If you’re unfamiliar with the ketogenic diet, it’s basically the modern-day answer to the Atkins diet.
A very low-carb diet that is high in fat and moderates in protein is the ketogenic diet or keto for short. It is similar to other low-carb and grain-free diets, such as Paleo and Atkins, and calls for meat, milk, eggs, fish, nuts, butter, oils, and non-starchy vegetables to be eaten.
Replacing most of the body’s intake of carbohydrates with fat makes it better to burn fat for energy. Cells typically use blood sugar, which comes from carbohydrates, to generate power. But the body will instead burn stored fat when there are more ketones (fat molecules) in the blood than blood sugar. This metabolic state is known as Ketosis.
Studies have shown that the keto diet is efficient for seizure reduction. As a result, researchers believe that it may also have positive benefits for other neurological conditions, such as autism, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injuries, and brain tumors.
Keto is best known for its advantages of weight loss. The diet is also used to regulate malnutrition and improve weight loss in obese persons. In people with type 2 diabetes, it can also help regulate blood sugar.
Here are 12 awesome and delicious Keto recipes you can try.
These simple taco coats are ideal to make Keto Tacos! For a low-carb taco night, cheddar baked cheese came in the shape of a taco filled with spicy ground beef.
Cauliflower is a pretty decent carb replacement. It’s buttery, works with all kinds of flavors and, when baked, tastes like comfort food. If you crave mashed potatoes or filled potato skins, this recipe is ideal. All the savory elements are in it, like butter, sour cream, chives, cheddar, bacon!
Creamy and crowd-pleasing, keto blue cheese chicken salad is the concept of comfort food. There are choices for using leftover Instant Pot chicken or store-purchased rotisserie in this recipe.
It’s not going to get any easier than a plain sheet pan soup. Place your shrimp, peppers, and onions in a spicy marinade, and you’ll be ready to dive in less than 30 minutes. Don’t forget to serve inside the low-carb tortillas.
In Chinese carryout dishes, sesame chicken is often battered or breaded, making it a bad option for those who stick to low-carb diets. Without all the carbs, you can use the recipe to recreate the famous dish, using arrowroot to help the sauce stick!
Great news! Burgers are not completely free of the keto diet limits. Inside a lettuce wrap, try layering all the ingredients. For the special sauce, just remember to use a low-carb barbecue sauce.
Now that this keto shredded chicken recipe is here, Mexican night is never going to be the same. While no tortillas are in sight, to form soft-shell tacos, you can include low-carb versions to create soft-shell tacos.
These amazing Keto Cranberry Cheesecake Bars are rich in layers like a crust, vanilla cheesecake, low-carb cranberry sauce, and pecan crumble, with almond flour. It’s a decadent keto treat with 5 net carbs each!
This One Pan Cabbage Casserole is a low-carbon version of the classic. Browned beef, chopped cabbage, tomatoes, and spices come together to make a nutritious, easy-to-eat meal! Basically, it’s a low-carb twist on cabbage rolls. Generally, the cabbage rolls are pretty bland. You split the cabbage leaves, then make stuffing and then roll them into the cabbage leaves as you would have enchiladas. It’s just a mechanism that is involved. This Low Carb Cheesy Cabbage Casserole is a one-size-fits-all dinner ready in 30 minutes! It’s a great quick keto meal!
Quick Keto Cinnamon Rolls that you’d never guess is low carb. Only two net carbs a roll! With the cream cheese frosting, these simple Keto Cinnamon Rolls are super low in carbs, coming to just under 2 net carbs per slice! They still have no eggs, so they’re great for anyone with allergies! This is a perfect keto breakfast without blowing your diet, which you will enjoy!
These Classic Keto Whoopie Pies feature a light and fluffy vanilla filling with a smooth, chewy cookie! These low-carb treats are less than five net carbs each, and gluten-free! This is one low-carb dessert recipe you will make over and over again!
With tender shredded chicken, spicy buffalo sauce, and lots of cheese, this low-carb Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Soup is loaded! Per serving, under 5 net carbs and great for keto meal planning!