The traditional keto diet we have become accustomed to is where about 80% of your calories come from fat, 15% protein and limiting it to just 5% from carbs.
Where as keto 2.0, the new macro shift is 50% fat, 30% protein and 20% carb.
Keto 2.0 has been suggested to allow for a more plant based diet to increase fibre along with leaner proteins such as fish, turkey and chicken in addition to eating more vegetables
and fruit which is where you’re increasing nutrient diversity.
Moving towards more of a Mediterranean Diet has been considered the gold class standard for overall health. This way of eating may not be for everyone, as it does take some serious dedication to ensure you remain in ketosis, but there is a growing base of customers that are looking for alternative options to the everyday meal.
So why not look to have a couple of keto meals on your menu or in your cabinet.
Keto Granola toasting a mixture of nuts and seeds in coconut oil
Broccoli and Cauliflower Rice as base for a salad or in lieu of rice
Spiralised Zucchini (Zoodles) to replace pasta
Almond Flour and Herbs for a delicious crumb
Vegetarian Quiche using Fat Head Dough
Chia Puddings made with Coconut Milk
Croffles are so versatile sweet or savoury