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Ketogenic Diet and Your Heart – Keto -Triglycerides – Cholesterol
January 10, 2020
Does the keto diet cause heart disease? What about cholesterol & Triglycerides & all those fats on the ketogenic diet?
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Here’s what is true about the keto diet and heart disease.
Turns out that the keto diet actually can help your heart health and does not seem to cause heart disease. As research advances, (see this link : https://www.ruled.me/the-ketogenic-diet-and-cholesterol/ ) A low-fat diet versus a ketogenic diet has also been examined and studied specifically for lipoprotein improvements. Studies have been conducted for as few as 24 weeks to more than a year. These heart health studies resulted in triglycerides decreased due to the ketogenic diet limitations on carbohydrates and refined sugars. The heart study also showed an increase in the good HDL cholesterol levels.
What about the keto diet myth that you can eat all the bacon and cheese that you want? What does this do to the heart and cholesterol buildup in the arteries?
A menu consisting of bacon and cheese isn’t going to cut it on the ketogenic diet. That’s simply not true and a terrible meal plan. The ketogenic diet is based on getting the correct number of macronutrients (protein, fats and carbohydrates) to maximize results and maintain a state of ketosis.
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Need another reason the bacon and cheese diet is absurd? Humans need to balance electrolytes. Sodium, potassium and magnesium are imperative for health and wellness. Some of this can come from animal proteins, but the best sources are above-ground veggies. Plus, vegetables are a great source of vitamins and antioxidants.
Turns out that cholesterol isn’t such a bad guy after all and you can be heart healthy on a keto diet when followed correctly.
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