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It’s our duty and obligation to educate about keto and low-carb diets.
Our goal is to promote healthy habits, clean eating and #cleanketo. We believe low-carb and keto diets are the right lifestyle choices for anyone who wants to lead a long, healthy and successful life. 

Our mission of putting as many people into the state of ketosis is reflected in what we’re presenting you here – evidence based, trustworthy and easy to ready educational articles about the ketogenic diet, low-carb lifestyle and anything you need to know to BE KETO and BE HEALTHY. 

Ketogenic Diet and Brain injuries

The ketogenic diet, known for its low-carb, high-fat approach, offers promising potential for brain injury recovery. It induces ketosis, potentially aiding in faster brain recovery by improving glucose metabolism and reducing inflammation and oxidative stress. This diet, along with ketone supplementation, could be a key strategy in managing the long-term effects of brain injuries.
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Ketogenic Diet and Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson's disease (PD) affects 1% of people over 60 years of age, causing progressive neurological decline. While its exact causes remain elusive, the ketogenic diet, which induces nutritional ketosis, is emerging as a promising intervention. By restricting carbohydrates to use ketones as energy, this diet may help stabilise blood sugar levels, reduce insulin resistance and improve both cognitive and motor function in PD patients, offering hope for managing the challenging symptoms of the disease.
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The low FODMAP diet – what to eat, what to avoid, menus and sample recipes

In this article, we introduce the concept of the low FODMAP diet, explain which products belong to the FODMAP group, present the symptoms of their intolerance and discuss how this diet can help alleviate symptoms and improve the quality of life of people with intestinal complaints. In addition, we compare the low FODMAP diet with the ketogenic diet, highlighting the differences and potential benefits of combining the two
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Oils on the keto diet

Oils on the keto diet

From the article, you will learn which oils have both health benefits and are good for the ketogenic diet; what is best to fry on in keto and whether rapeseed oil is generally advisable; and how to use particular oils, including MCT oil.
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What is ketosis and what are its symptoms?

Ketosis is a metabolic state in which the body obtains energy from fatty acids, whereas normally the main source of energy is glucose. The state of ketosis is particularly desirable for people losing weight - it is synonymous with the efficient burning of the body's own fat and protein. How do you achieve ketosis? When can we speak of a state of ketosis? Answers to these and other related questions can be found below.
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MCT oil – types of fatty acids

MCT oil is an oil containing medium-chain fatty acids. Their metabolism in the body is different from that of other fats: they are easily digested and then absorbed from the intestinal epithelial cells and transported directly to the liver via the portal vein. They also exhibit thermogenic properties and have a beneficial effect on metabolic processes. The product's properties are mainly appreciated by athletes, those on a ketogenic diet and those who prefer a healthy lifestyle in general: MCT oil can supplement the diet with valuable fatty acids. What types are there?
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How to use MCT oil?

MCT oil is a specific tasteless fat, belonging to the group of medium-chain fatty acids. Mainly extracted from coconut pulp, it is currently one of the most important dietary trends: athletes, weight loss and those on a ketogenic diet use it.
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MCT oil benefits and uses

It is used by athletes, weight loss and those on a ketogenic diet: MCT oil is a supplement that is attributed with a number of health-promoting properties. Derived from coconuts and palm kernels, it contains medium-chain saturated fatty acids, i.e. fatty acids with relatively short carbon chains. This is the characteristic that determines the unique properties of MCT oil.
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Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy

Did you know that ketogenic diets were originally designed to treat epilepsy, over 110 years ago? Advances in research show that diets low in carbohydrates and high in fats (ketogenic diets) can reduce brain excitement, having anticonvulsant and antiepileptic effects. If someone already took two or three medications and the seizures were not controlled, the ketogenic diet is recommended to control new events. From the moment the crises begin to be controlled, the medication will be reduced.How does it work?
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