BEE HEALTHY MEDICAL WEIGHT LOSS

Ketogenic Diet

THE FASTEST WAY TO BURN FAT

GET IN KETOSIS

 

Ketosis is the point at which your body switches from burning carbs as fuel to burning fats as fuel. This transition is referred to as the Ketosis. When you follow our Ketosis Diet you will burn fat, optimize cognition and improve energy levels. Our Nutritional System was developed to limit the time it takes your body to enter Ketosis, while also supplying your body with essential fats, protein and enzymes.

  • FAT FOR FUEL
  • PRESERVATIVE FREE
  • KOSHER
  • GELATIN FREE
  • NO ARTIFICIAL COLORS OR FLAVORS

KETO CALCULATOR

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FAQ

  • 1. What is Ketosis?

    Getting into Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 2. What are “macros” and how do I count them?

    Getting into Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 3. What are “net carbs” and how do I count them?

    Getting into Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 4. How long does it take to get into Ketosis?

    Getting into Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 5. What should I eat?

    Getting into Ketosis limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 6. What is the “Keto Flu”?

    Getting into Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

  • 7. Will the Ketosis raise my cholesterol?

    Getting in Ketosis requires limiting carbohydrate consumption to less than 20 grams per day. This means that you have to pay close attention to nutrition labels so you know exactly how many carbs are in the foods you care consuming.

    Nutrition labels on food products will list total carbohydrates as a combination of fiber and sugar. Fiber will not raise blood sugar and affect your ability to be in Ketosis. Therefore, you will use “net carbs” to calculate your daily carbohydrate consumption.

    Net carbs is reached by subtracting fiber content from the total carbohydrate content of the food.

    We have a free carb calculator on our website to help make this easy.

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