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Welcome to Keto Your way!

I am very excited to take up this new adventure with Keto Your Way. Up to now, I have been lucky to travel a hugely interesting and diverse career path; in science, education and research. And so, I am happy to have another exciting quest to work on now with Keto Your Way.

Growing up, I was very familiar with the saying “health is your wealth”. I probably didn’t fully understand this saying as a small child. Journeying my way through life, I have come to understand the importance and relevance of lifestyle and wellbeing in relation to my own and my family’s health. Lifestyle – covering good food, exercise and time to “stand and stare” and just breathe.

When I was researching into treatments for a health issue about six years ago, I came across the terms: “ketogenic” and “low carb” (carbohydrate). I am not a medical practitioner, but with my scientist hat on, it made sense to me.  And here’s something I feel is an important piece in any puzzle – for something to work for me it has to make sense to me. That’s why I like the “Keto Your Way” approach. Very soon, I could see for myself the difference this approach made: significantly lowered blood sugar levels, increased energy and stamina, decreased tiredness.

Of course, I soon discovered that sourcing keto and low carb products, ingredients and treats was not so easy! Which leads us to our Keto Your Way online shop. The aim here is to have as many useful, healthy and sought after products as we can.

I love to bake, which comes in handy where keto and low carb treats are concerned. I hope to share some of my favourite recipes with you, as well as my efforts in baking them – masterpieces and disasters alike! Check into our Blog page to see recipes and latest creations.

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Best wishes,

About The keto diet

The ketogenic diet is a low-carb diet. It limits carbohydrate intake, replacing them with fats. This process puts your body into a metabolic state called ketosis. Limited intake of carbohydrates causes your body to begin to burn fat for energy, instead of glucose and carbohydrates. As a result, the liver produces ketones, which your body can use for energy.

The ketogenic diet was originally introduced in the 1920s as a treatment for epilepsy. It was found to have other health benefits, and also to help to lose weight. One of the main benefits can be a significant reduction in blood sugar and insulin levels.
Other benefits include:

The ketogenic diet has also been reported to have therapeutic applications for Type1 and Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, auto-immune conditions, PCOS, depression and anxiety.

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A healthy ketogenic diet should be based on whole, nutrient-dense foods, such as meat, fish, eggs, and non-starchy vegetables, along with natural fats.

  • Meats – All meats are perfect for keto, but they have to be picked wisely. Always make sure the meat you consume has no added sugar, starch or breading
  • Fish and seafood – Most fish are keto-friendly products. The best would be fatty fish such as as mackerel, salmon, sardines, shrimps, lobsters and crab
  • Keto-friendly vegetables – Mostly non-starchy vegetables like leafy greens and salad veggies. Other examples can be: cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli and zucchini.
  • Eggs, cheese and full-fat diary
  • Fruit and berries – Low-carb citrus fruit, coconut and berries
  • Low-carb seeds and nuts – For example almonds, brazil nuts and macademia nuts, chia, pumpkin seeds
  • Fats and sauces – Non-processed coconut oil, olive oil, butter, guacamole or pesto

As is the case with any new diet, it is always important to consult with your own doctor before you begin.