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      Ke?to?sis (n.)

      Ketosis is a metabolic state where your liver produces raised levels of "ketones" through healthy fats. Typically, glucose is the primary fuel source of the body and brain, but it can be replaced by these ketones. In this state of ketosis, your body optimizes fat as fuel and can lead to many health benefits. Because the fat is coming from high quality sources, it also leads to improved lipid labs (triglycerides, LDL, HDL, and more).

      Although fasting is the quickest way to get to ketosis - it's certainly not sustainable. Instead, followers of the keto diet find a balance of what to eat (and when) to keep their body constantly producing ketones. This lifestyle - the ketogenic diet - is a balance of losing weight and performing efficiently.

      A strict ketogenic diet is not for everyone. We recommend consulting with a doctor to make sure this restriction is for you.

      The Keto Plan

      Though there are various definitions of a Keto diet, the general guidelines are as follows:

      • Very low carb intake
      • Medium level of protein
      • High levels of high quality fat as a major fuel source

      At Factor 75, we have our own Nutritional Philosophy, based on cutting edge research and feedback from our advisory board.

      Though we aren't strictly Keto, we do provide some excellent Keto meals.

      At Factor 75, the definition of Keto that guides us in creating our Keto meals is:

      • High Quality Fats 60 - 80%
      • Protein 20 - 35%
      • Low Glycemic Carbs 5 - 15%
      • Less than 20 grams of net carbs per meal

      This ratio - and no refined sugars - burns fat.

      Keto Benefits

      Research has shown that adherence to a Ketogenic diet can:

      Increase endurance

      Increase energy

      Increase mental focus

      Lessen sugar cravings

      Curb appetite

      Improve GI symptoms like acid reflux

      Aid in weight loss

      Improve cardiovascular health

      A few of Factor 75's favorite Ketogenic foods:

      Steak w/ Tomato Basil Salsa

      Lamb Burger

      Taco Bowl


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