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The Ketogenic Diet is a high fat, moderate protein, and very low carbohydrate diet.

Through the restriction of carbohydrates, it re-programs your metabolism to burn your fat stores for fuel rather than using the glycogen stored in your muscles.

The low-carb intake helps to keep your insulin and blood sugar levels from spiking.

This allows your fat cells to begin releasing fatty acids, which your liver will then breakdown to produce what are called “ketones.”

Ketosis is the physiological state that is achieved when your body breaks down ketones for energy rather than the glucose from carbohydrates.

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What’s up, you guys drew here from fit to fat to fit. And in this video I’m going to be going over the best Quito foods out there for you. So if any, you don’t know me, I’m the author of the book complete Quito and most people know me for my fit to fat to fit transformation that I did way back in the day. And if you’re interested in learning more about complete Quito or how to do keto the right way, definitely check out my programs. I have a ton of programs from beginner level to more advanced level and everything in between. So just click the link below or swipe up to check out some of those programs you guys

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let’s move on to it. Shall we the best Quito foods. So I’m going to be going over all of these in detail and there’s, this is not in any kind of a order of importance. They’re just random and I’m just going to go over each one in depth. So the first one is fatty cuts of meat. So for so long we’ve been taught that fat is bad for us, right? So most people gravitate towards the lean cuts of meat because we’ve thought it was healthier. So things like chicken breast and Turkey and Turkey, bacon, anything low fat, you know, we consumed. And so most people gravitate towards leaner cuts of me. But on keto and with newer science and newer research, we know that saturated fat from animals is not as unhealthy as we’ve been taught to believe. Actually it’s really healthy for you, especially on a well formulated ketogenic diet.

So a fattier cuts of meats. You know, I’m talking about things like steak and yes, occasionally bacon, whole eggs. Um, those are the types of meats that you want to focus on, on the ketogenic diet. And like I said, they are healthy for you. The second thing is seafood. So seafood has a good amount of Omega three fatty acids naturally. So things like salmon, sardines, oysters, I’m a big fan of all those seafoods um, you know, and to each their own. Not everyone enjoys the taste of seafood, but seafood is very Quito friendly and has a lot of nutrients that your body needs. And so I definitely highly recommend it for anyone out there that is, that wants to do Quito the best way possible. Definitely incorporate you seafood at least one to three times per week. The next one is fermented veggies. What is that?

Fermented veggies are things like kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, um, this is good for your gut bacteria. And so adding in fermented veggies is actually really healthy for you as long as there’s no added sugars in these products. So make sure there’s no added sugar to the kimchi or the sauerkraut. Definitely there’s usually not added sugar to pickles, but double check just to make sure. So good for your gut bacteria, very low in carbohydrates. Uh, the next one is non starchy vegetables, so these are things like broccoli, cauliflower, spinach and kale. Um, these are, uh, vegetables that are high in phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals, but also low in carbohydrates, which is why they don’t always taste good to some people because they’re not full of sugar, but they’re very nutrient dense and they’re a really good on a ketogenic diet because of the low carbohydrate content and those types of vegetables that I mentioned.

So make sure and incorporate these fermented veggies and non starchy vegetables. Um, the next one is dairy and I put a little asterisk next to it because dairy is one of those things where, yes, it’s keto friendly, but people can overdo it on dairy so people can over consume dairy, too much cheese, too much cream. And before you know it, they’re actually gaining weight on keto when they’re trying to lose weight. So if you’re going to have dairy and you don’t have a lactose intolerance, then it’s okay to incorporate it. But I would still limit it to maybe one serving per day so that you’re not overdoing it on dairy. But yes, it is keto friendly, high in fat, and generally low in carbohydrates. The next one is high quality oils. Um, so the oils you want to stay away from or vegetable oils, canola oils, very rancid, very toxic to your body.

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