Low-fat vs keto

Low-fat vs keto Interesting for a positive energy balance are now both extreme cases: for one we have a diet that consists almost entirely of carbohydrates, the low-fat diet, as well as the opposite case, in which virtually no carbohydrates are consumed, the ketogenic diet. With the strict low-fat diet, the fat intake is kept as low as possible. Although the blood sugar and consequently also the insulin levels rise, but since the carbohydrates are used primarily for direct energy production and the fat content is quite low, only a few fat calories can get into the fat deposits. Especially since fat has its other functions (hormones, structures), those take … Continue reading Low-fat vs keto