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Westman a professor with expertise in diabetes, obesity and insulin resistance. While some of the recipes may seem non-keto, clever swaps like almond flour for regular flour let you have the feeling of eating decadent foods like breaded chicken without coming out of ketosis. Diet risk? I’m still learning, still books my way, scientific so far, so ketogenic good!
Discover some of the hottest new ketogenic diet books out in the new year, and what top registered dietitians really think about them. Are you considering going on the ketogenic diet? The reason for this, says Hultin, is that the diet itself is challenging to follow. Also, the diet isn’t without risks. Keto beginners may follow the diet incorrectly and miss out on essential nutrients — like potassium, calcium, magnesium, and fiber — which are commonly found in whole grains, certain veggies, and fruits, which are limited on a keto menu. Another risk? Beyond that, people at risk for heart disease will probably want to avoid the diet, or consult their doctor before trying it, because many foods on a ketogenic diet are high in saturated fat. People with type 1 diabetes, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and individuals whose gallbladder has been removed are among the other people whom dietitians advise to avoid the keto diet.
One of the things about choosing the ketogenic diet and lifestyle is that you choose to educate yourself against a lifetime of misinformation and incorrect data. If ever there was a book that lays out the ketogenic diet and lifestyle in a more simple, clear, concise and excellent way, I have yet to encounter it. Westman provide a complete, easy-to-understand, and hard-to-refute explanation of the ketogenic diet and lifestyle. The only area that I think it lacks is fitness. This book is a must-read. There is no book in existence that is more complete, more thorough, more compelling than this when it comes to making the case for a ketogenic diet and lifestyle. Because it is full of technical details, some people might find it difficult to read, but for people who are not opposed to that sort of thing, this is an incredibly insightful and educational book. I regret that I only have two thumbs with which to give it a rating. If you were forced to pick ONLY one book from this list, this book would be your best choice. He wrote this as a book that people can give to their spouses, family members, and, most importantly, DOCTORS as a quick and easy way to get the gist of the science behind the ketogenic diet and lifestyle. And he very much succeeded.