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KETO & Low-Carb food recipes. The best way to weight loss is with KETO & Low-Carb delicious and easy to make food.

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Tips & Tricks

Tips & Tricks to make KETO and Low-Carb transition as smooth as possible. Eating healthy does not need to be expensive.

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What is KETO & Low-Carb diet?

A low-carb diet is low in carbohydrates, primarily found in sugary foods, pasta and bread. Instead, you eat whole foods including natural proteins, fats and vegetables.
Studies show that low-carb diets result in weight loss and improved health markers. These diets have been in common use for decades and are recommended by many doctors. Best yet, there’s usually no need to count calories or use special products. All you need to do is to eat whole foods that make for a complete, nutritious and filling diet. With our recipes you will never be short for your meals ideas.

KETO diet is extreme Low-Carb diet that works on same principles. Both are extremely effective for weight loss, type 2 diabetes management and many more diseases inc. Alzheimer disease.

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How to make a low-carb or keto diet cheaper?

Some low-carb foods can be very expensive and many people believe a low-carb or keto diet must be expensive. But that’s not true. You don’t need expensive products. You can eat delicious and healthy low-carb meals that are super cheap.

With a little planning and some smart shopping, you could save a lot of money. You’ll quickly learn how.

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KETO and Low Carb side effects

Are you struggling while starting out on a low-carb or keto diet? Do you get headaches, leg cramps, constipation or any of the other more common low-carb and KETO side effects? Use the information on this page to avoid them – and feel great while losing weight.

The main solution to the most common problems when starting low carb is to increase the intake of water and salt. It’s even better to do it preventatively during the first week. If you do, you’ll most likely not experience any of these problems, or they’ll only be minor.

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