Keto for the short term is a low carb diet, and high-fat helps in losing weight to fighting against epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, and other diseases. It is Removing carbohydrates and replacing them with fat. This diet will lessen the concentration of sugar and insulin levels and allow the burning of fats into ketones in the liver to supply energy.
What is ketosis?
Ketosis includes carbohydrates to 20-50 grams each day and transforming fats to fuel energy from nuts, eggs, and meats. It minimizes the protein when converted into glucose that will inhibit the ketosis process.
Types of Ketogenic Diet
Standard Ketogenic Diet (SKD)
It contains high 70-75% fat, 20% protein which is moderate, and 5-10% low carbs.
You can try converting it into grams depending on what available scale you have to get the Standard Ketogenic Diet.
Very-low-carb ketogenic diet (VLCKD)
Refers to SKD that is very low in carbohydrates.
Well Formulated Ketogenic Diet (WFKD)
Originally came from one of the researchers of the ketogenic diet, Steve Phinney. Implies the Standard Ketogenic Diet is followed and meets all the proportions of fats, proteins, and carbs exactly.
MCT Ketogenic Diet
Use the blueprint of standard focused on the MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides) found on the coconut oil and emulsion liquid on this diet.
Calorie-restricted ketogenic diet
Same with the other diets that there is a calorie restriction to a certain amount.
Here is the list of ketogenic diets you can have searched on their website or more.
Almost all diets are the same with low carbohydrates and high fats intake. However, this is only a guide to see more of the types of the ketogenic diet that can approach dieticians to find great advice for you.