What The Keto Diet Does To A Woman

It only takes a quick Google search to see it. The hottest diet of the past few years is the Ketogenic Diet.

In fact, it was the #1 searched diet of 2016.


First, it can and does work quickly for weight loss.

Second, it’s extremely therapeutic and diabetic friendly.

Third, it allows you to over-eat many of your favorite ‘fatty’ foods that your doctor would normally tell you are ‘off limits, but in reality they can be extremely healthy once the body enters a true state of what’s known as ‘ketosis’.

Yummmmm…. I can smell the steak and bacon sizzling right now.

Ketosis is a hot, hot, hot, topic, which is why everyone from all walks of life is jumping on the bandwagon…

Endurance athletes… bodybuilders… seniors… diabetics… heck, even Navy Seals are touting the amazing benefits of the ketogenic diet.

In fact, my program The 3-Week Ketogenic Diet has helped over 10,000 people lose stubborn fat in just 21 days.

Inside this free article you’ll discover why this hot trend is bound to stick around for years to come.

The History The Ketogenic Diet & Entering Ketosis

Charlie Abraham had no success controlling his seizures as a child. No medicine nor brain surgery helped. When he was 5 years old, his family put him on the ketogenic diet (developed by Dr. Russell Wilder at the Mayo Clinic in 1924), and within a month he was seizure-free. He remained seizure-free even as an adult.

As a result, his family started the Charlie Foundation in 1994. The Foundation is a global leader that tries to help epileptic patients through ketogenic diets. (Incidentally, when better meds came out to control seizures, the ketogenic diet was eventually ignored). This foundation is also an educational resource center for anyone searching for information about the ketogenic diet.