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Is Keto Better for You?

By Angela Bates a Recent ASU Nutrition Student Low carbohydrate diets have existed in many forms since at least the late 1700s, when they were used to treat diabetes. The “Banting Diet” was developed by William Banting in 1863, who … Continue reading

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My 1 Week Ketogenic Meal Plan

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   As a Nutrition Student at Arizona State University, I recognize how important a diet is for overall health and wellness. I … Continue reading

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Understanding Keto Myths Versus Facts

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   Myth: Eating more fat will make you fat. An excess in fat consumption paired with a high amount of carbohydrate intake … Continue reading

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Ketogenic Diet: Do’s and Don’ts from a Nutrition Students attempt

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   DO’S: Drink at least a gallon of water a day. Because the ketogenic acts as a diuretic, the amount of urine … Continue reading

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Ketogenic Diet: Vegan and Vegetarians

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet A standard ketogenic diet is a diet filled with high-quality meats, fatty fish, poultry, nuts/seeds, cruciferous vegetables, dairy, and eggs. Does that … Continue reading

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