Even though the Ketogenic Diet has been around for years many people still have questions about how it affects their mental, physical, and emotional health. On this Fit2Fat2Fit podcast, Drew took the time to interview medical professionals and the long-time adoptees of the keto diet to find the answers to common questions and misconceptions about keto. He compiled his findings, along with lifestyle and management options in his new book, Complete Keto. During this episode, he shares excerpts from the book that focus on how to add carbohydrates back into a diet AFTER the body has become keto-adapted.
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[4:48] Humans were designed to be omnivores.
[6:27] The importance of testing throughout the keto-adaptation phase.
[8:38] How to use the Targeted Ketogenic Diet (TKD) to enhance performance during a workout.
[13:05] The Cyclical Ketogenic Diet (CKD) is a balanced approach that allows carbs one or two days a week.
[15:47] The Intermittent Ketogenic Diet (IKD) uses the CK30-day program as a total body reset.
[17:36] What about staying on a strict ketogenic diet for life?
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