The Keto diet using KETO recipe is eating extremely low carbohydrate (no more than 30 grams per day) and boosting fats to extremely high levels for long periods of time (to the point where they may make up as much as 65 percent of your daily macronutrients intake.) The goal here is to put your body into a state of ketosis. The body is intended to be more likely to use fat for energy in this state of ketosis, and studies shows that it does. You should end up shredded if you deplete your carbohydrate/glycogen liver storage and then switch to fat for sustenance.
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Because there are no carbs, and because the diet has such a large amount of fat, you will feel pretty full, and fat is a very good fuel source for your body. (One alteration I’ve made is to have a good fish fillet about an hour before I train, which provides me with enough energy to get through my workout.) (I am aware of the arguments for not eating fats during the first 2-3 hours of training.) While I won’t take fats for 2-3 hours after training since I want quick absorption and blood flow, I don’t see why I shouldn’t slow everything down before exercising so my body has access to a slow digesting energy source).
Some experts recommend eating 30 grams of carbs right after exercising, just enough to replenish liver glycogen levels. Then there are many who argue that even that amount will knock you out of ketosis, which is what you’re aiming to achieve. I chose to take the “no post-workout” method after doing the post-workout drink for the last 8+ years of my training! I suppose I’d better give it a shot!
For those who want to know if you can get in shape while eating whatever you want (in moderation), during my carb up time I will be relaxed about what I eat for the first six weeks, but for the next six weeks I will only consume clean carbs.