The honest answer is no. A dietitian explains why.
First things first, it's not a diet.
Certain weight-loss diets may be risky to both mother and baby during pregnancy and nursing.
If weight loss is the goal, you may want to consider a different diet.
It's possible to stick to the keto diet even if grass-fed meat isn't an option for you.
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Because butter and cheese can get old real fast.
Should you be drinking it too?
It's possible for your diet to be too extreme to be healthy.
Because sipping on animal bones sometimes creeps even the biggest carnivores out.
These zero-calorie sweeteners are allowed on the keto diet.
A mother’s greatest challenge is not brain cancer, but Keto.
And it's worked for 20 years.
Think you've reached ketosis? Think again.