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Similarity Between Ketogenic Diet And  Paleo Diet.

Similarity Between Ketogenic Diet And Paleo Diet. Welcome to another JeaKen Video. Today we will be talking on Ketogenic Diets
and Paleo Diet. But before we get started take a minute to
subscribe to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. Is the Ketogenic Diet Similar to the Paleo
Diet? It’s safe to say just about everyone pursuing
weight loss goals or a healthier way of eating has heard of the Ketogenic Diet and the Paleo
Diet. Both have gained popularity in the last 30
years or so and make no mistake, they both are effective methods for losing weight, as
well as providing a multitude of other health benefits. The two diets are commonly grouped together
as they do share a great deal of qualities, however they are vastly different. From the core concept right down to the “allowed
foods”, they are very different from one another. Let’s take a closer look at both the similarities
and differences of both the ketogenic diet and Paleo diet. Core Concept. Ketogenic Diet. Those enjoying a keto lifestyle are continually
counting macronutrients, specifically the incredibly low carbohydrate intake necessary
to get into and remain in a state of nutritional ketosis. When carbohydrates are limited the body naturally
reverts to the next energy source in line. ketones. Stored fat releases fatty acids which are
then converted into ketones in the liver. Basically, the body is a fat burning machine. Paleo Diet. People here aren’t interested in cumbersome
counting and the seemingly daunting task of logging each and every meal to stay within
a certain boundary. The term Paleo is derived from the Paleolithic
Era, the Stone Age, some 2.5 million years ago, when cavemen roamed the land hunting
and gathering food. This dietary plan is all about getting back
to the basics and avoiding manmade food products. What to Eat. Ketogenic Diet. The biggest restriction with this way of eating
is carbs, which should be no more than 5 to 10% of daily intake. Not all carbs are equal. Keto-followers are encouraged to stay within
their daily allowance by eating natural carbs, such as in vegetables, and steer clear of
box meals, highly processed foods, and virtually anything “white” such as potatoes, rice and
breads. Grains are a no-no. The biggest percentage of daily dietary intake
should come from healthy fats found in animal protein, full fat dairy and avocados. Speaking of animal protein, keto dieters should
choose organic and grass-fed meat products if possible. Lunch meat and hot dogs are a thing of the
past. Hello chicken, turkey, beef, fish and eggs. Leafy greens become a staple and starchy vegetables
don’t even make it to the table. A helpful hint. If the vegetable grows above ground, in most
cases it’s a keeper. Also, though it may be hard to believe, most
fruits are incredibly high in carbohydrates. Fruits should be consumed in moderation and
berries are the best choice. Nuts are in the same boat; a little goes a
long way on the carb count. And finally, as far as sweeteners go, the
ketogenic diet does not advocate refined sugars or artificial sweeteners. Liquid Stevia can be used, but sparingly. Paleo Diet. Paleo people keep it simple. That’s the key to this lifestyle in a nutshell. The categories of forbidden foods are. grains, legumes, dairy and refined sugar. The list might be short, but what does that
really leave the Paleo dieter to eat? Protein. And like the ketogenic folks, choosing organic,
grass-fed animal protein is always best. The focus in Paleo is more on the food quality
and digestive health than counting carbs. Nutrient-rich, high-quality foods free from
chemicals and toxins are the way to go. Don’t stress about the carbs in a sweet potato
or a banana. Enjoy it! Remember, the idea isn’t carb-counting; eat
those vegetables, starchy ones too! A moderate amount of fruits and nuts are welcome
here in Paleo-land. Opposite those on the keto diet, dairy is
on the bad foods list. Studies have shown dairy to be a direct link
to digestive issues and other inflammatory conditions like arthritis and joint pain. Another big difference is the use of Paleo-approved
sweeteners. Honey, coconut sugar and dried fruits are
allowed. Atkins vs Keto. The Atkins diet is not the same as the ketogenic
diet. Atkins is simply a hard limit on carbohydrate
intake without concerns of food quality. This means junk food and poor fat choices
are abundant. Weight loss still occurs even with diet soft
drinks and loads of bacon. The body still burns fat as it is in ketosis. But the body is also being deprived of essential
minerals and nutrients found in nutritious foods. The Verdict. Yes, the ketogenic diet and Paleo diet are
both similar and very different. It is entirely a matter of personal goals
and lifestyle as to which is the better option for any individual. One could even combine the two or do a periodic
switch. As with any diet, adding in exercise, getting
plenty of good quality rest and minimizing stress are extremely beneficial for overall
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