Top 5 Ketogenic Diet Cookbooks of 2017
There are so many different diets in play that offer various benefits. It’s hard to keep up with the latest craze, especially when they all turn out to be fads. But some are supposed to offer us health benefits and be something we’re more likely to stick with in the long term.
So when we’re talking of the Keto Diet, what do we really mean? Well, the Keto Diet is actually more commonly known under its full term, the Ketogenic Diet. This is a diet which often referred to differently and has in the past, assumed many different names, but in a nutshell, it is an extremely low carb diet.
The Keto Diet focuses on lowering carbohydrates dramatically as it is mainly aimed at those who are looking to lose a decent amount of weight. When the body sets to lose excess weight through the Keto Diet, it does so by focusing on where the body will produce ketones, which is in the liver. That way there won’t be excess fuel in the body which will turn into fat. This is how the Keto Diet got its name.
It’s all related to insulin and glucose. Basically, lowering carbohydrate will induce the body into a state known as ketosis. Ketosis is natural and if you want to lose weight, it’s a great way to start. But how do we know which carbohydrates to cut out and when?
In this article we are going to take a look at the top 5 Ketogenic cook books of 2017. That way, not only will there be no confusion over what to eat, but you’ll also have some delicious recipes to get you started.
First in our list, has to be “Bacon and Butter: The Ultimate Ketogenic Diet Cookbook”. Written by Celby Richoux, the book showcases a variety of tasty recipes, most of which are great for beginners. We love the mouth-watering title too!
Second up we have “The Ketogenic Cookbook”, written by Jimmy Moore and Maria Emmerich. A great source of information that features over 200 recipes. This one really has amazing photography and likes to keep it simple in terms of recipes.
“Easy Low-Carb Slow Cooking” is written by Robin Donovan and tells no lies. This cook book is full of simple recipes that are extremely tasty. This is good for those who are short of food prep time.
At number four we have “The Wicked Good Ketogenic Diet Cookbook”. Written by Amanda C. Hughes, this fabulous little book contains recipes that are sectioned off in categories. So after you’ve taken a look at the breakfast options you can also check out which drinks and smoothies the Keto Diet allows!
Last but not least it’s “The 30 Day Ketogenic Cleanse”. Written by Maria Emmerich, The Keto Cleanse is quite the introduction. It’s a little more hard core, very good for those who are looking to make a radical change.