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Most people don’t associate vegetables with being a large part of the ketogenic diet. And while this might be true, it’s still important to make sure you’re eating plenty of non-starchy veggies even if you’re on keto. This is because vegetables are high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants that you probably aren’t getting a […]Continue reading
If you’re on the ketogenic diet, then you’ve probably seen a few questionable ingredients lingering around in your gluten-free products that you weren’t sure about. Xanthan gum is marketed as a natural emulsifier, and it’s used as an alternative to gluten in lots of so-called health food products. But is it safe to eat? Doing […]Continue reading
Are you eating enough fiber from your low carb and ketogenic diet? Some people are afraid that they won’t get enough fiber on keto because keto diet restricts a lot of sweet fruits and starchy vegetables. The truth is you can get more than enough fiber on keto if you know how and where to […]Continue reading
What is Acacia? Acacia fiber is a highly soluble fiber which is sourced from the Acacia tree sap. The acacia mostly grows in Africa and some parts of India and Pakistan. The acacia fiber is also referred to as acacia gum or gum arabic. Because of its high soluble-fiber content, acacia fiber is commonly consumed as […]Continue reading
What is Psyllium? Psyllium husk fiber is a form of soluble fiber derived from the seed husks of a plant called Plantago ovata, an herb commonly grown in India and other parts of Western and Southern Asia. The husk is ground into a glue-like, clear substance known as the mucilage which is packed with the […]Continue reading
If you want to improve your gut health, cholesterol levels, body weight, and bowel frequency, then consuming enough fiber will benefit you. Did you know that eating a high fibre diet helps lower the risk of heart disease, obesity, and diabetes type 2 as well as preventing hemorrhoids and may also reduce the risk of […]Continue reading
When you start a new way of eating, it’s quite common to experience some irregularity in terms of bowel movement – after all, your body was used to different types of food, and now needs time to adapt. The ketogenic diet can be quite of a drastic change in your eating habits, especially if you […]Continue reading