You’ve heard all about the keto diet benefits and the dieters who rave about it. 

You’ve done your research.

Of the many benefits you are most likely after the extreme weight loss that comes with the keto diet. 

The reason for shredding these pounds is because your body goes through a state of ketosis. Therefore, your metabolism will adapt to ketone bodies.

Ketosis is the ultimate goal of the ketogenic diet in the first place. When consuming keto meals you will achieve ketosis. 

How To Achieve Ketosis?

The most simplest, fastest way to reach ketosis is by eliminating carbohydrates completely from your diet. 

By restricting your body of carbs you are essentially reprogramming your brain to become a fat burner instead of a sugar burner.

Think of this like cause and effect.

You get out what you put in.

So if you are putting carbs into your body it will produce sugar and on the other hand, if you are putting fat into your body, it’ll produce ketones.

This helps your body use fat as its primary fuel source.

Wait, what?!

What The Heck are Ketones?

Ketones are simply what’s produced when your body uses fat for energy.

So you might be flabbergasted at the above statement and a little confused.

That’s to be understood; Eating more fat to burn more fat is some bazar unconventional wisdom that you and I aren’t accustomed to.

Especially living in a carb-crazed society where burgers and fries are the cornerstone of any American family’s dining table.

Just by depriving your body of the carbs will allow you to produce these ketones.

This is one of the main reasons we couple the keto diet with intermittent fasting which helps speed up the production of ketones.

Now that you have a better understanding of ketosis let’s jump into the keto diet benefits you’ll experience.

Keto Diet Benefit #1: Heal Your Body

Cancer, Diabetes, Thyroid, and Cholesterol are some of the eye-popping health issues that the keto diet has been proven to help.

Contrary to popular belief, the keto diet didn’t just pop onto the scene yesterday. It’s actually been around since the 70’s.

There are several scientific studies to reveal some of the amazing results it’s had on patients with different ailments.

Here is what we found from those studies:

  1. Treat Epilepsy – Initially the ketogenic diet was introduced as treatment to help children suffering from epilepsy. It has be found that the diet can help reduce seizures.
  2. Treat Cancer – The rapid increase in the number of cancer cells is in direct proportion with the increase in the amount of insulin levels. To combat this, you reduce the amount of sugar in your blood by eliminating carbs from your diet. The high fat, low carb diet will induce ketosis where the cancer cells won’t be able to feed off sugar and your good cells will adapt the ketone bodies and survive.
  3. Diabetes & Hypertension – It has been shown going ketogenic will help type-2 diabetes since you are using ketone bodies for energy as opposed to glucose. Usually those who are overweight suffer from high blood pressure and the loss of excess weight will show to improve your hypertension.

Keto Diet Benefit #2: Improve Mental Focus

When I was looking for remedies to help with my attention deficit disorder (ADD) I was usually looking some magic pill or potion.

I realized that a week or two into the keto diet that I somehow my attention to details were a little more intense as of late and I was able to complete tasks without being distracted.

So I began to research and found that the keto diet can help improve your brain function.

Because you are burning fat and not sugar then you don’t experience the “brain fog” like you would in a traditional carb-heavy diet.

To learn more about the added benefits of the keto diet check out our Ultimate Guide To The Keto Diet.


So there you have it.

I know most of you reading this decided to go keto with the initial intent to lose weight fast, but wasn’t quite aware of the other benefits that come with ketogenic diet.

I’d like to hear about how the keto diet has personally helped you in more ways than one. Share your story in the comment section below.


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