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Goodbye carbs, hello high fats: the Atkins diet is back, and this time it's called Keto


Goodbye carbs, hello high fats: the Atkins diet is back, and this time it's called Keto
Telegraph.co.uk

The keto diet is the latest low-carb craze to hit the active scene. In truth, it's been around for a while â decades, in fact, and has been used in the treatment of children with epilepsy â but the term is now finding a mainstream health following. On the plus side, it offers fast weight loss, and on the minus side ... well, according to Australian nutritionist Susie Burrell, writing for news.com earlier this week, there really isn't much on the minus side. "There is no evidence to show that keto diets are damaging to the body," she wrote.Fish & veges for a Thursday to help buffer the pizza & donuts consuming for comfort as the Blues broke our hearts last night. #nutrition #nutritionist #dietitian @shapemeplan A post shared by Susie Burrell (@susiediet) on Jun 22, 2017 at 1:30am PDTThe keto (short for ketogenic) diet works when your body produces ketones from broken down fats in the liver for energy, rather than relying on insulin to convert carbohydrates.

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