We want to give you the roadmap to success.
We are currently living in a day and age unlike any other in history. More than ever before, we are being exposed to obesogens (toxins that make us fat), addictive chemicals and factors that promote fatigue, stress, poor overall health and weight gain. And science has proven that those who are signicantly overweight are at a greater risk of developing various health challenges as they age.
Today, people are fed up (literally) with the diet failures, empty promises, yo-yo weight gain and not feeling healthy and vibrant. You may be one of them. And despite the money and efforts invested in helping people lose weight (such as the advent of diet foods and placing gyms, health clubs and even juice bars on every corner), America is now the most overweight industrialized nation in the world. As a society, we are accomplishing the exact opposite of what our goals have been: to get fit and thrive.
Ultimately, you have to take responsibility for your own health and life ... but that can be hard to do when you’re being bombarded with contradictory information, brain-altering addictive chemicals and an onslaught of toxins that promote weight-loss resistance. So, don't beat yourself up for past failure. We’re here to help you move forward towards ultimate health.
Our mission is simple: We have a vision to transform the health and lives of 1 million people by 2020, and we believe that, in order to accomplish this, we have to look to the past. More specifcally, we have to return to the time-tested nutritional principles of our ancestors — or what we like to refer to as ancient nutrition.
You see, it was very common for our ancestors to eat a substantial meal and then skip a meal or even an entire day’s worth of food. This commonly followed practice would send their bodies into a health-promoting state of ketosis (see “Keto360 Explained” for more information). In short, the Keto360 program is designed to help your body more easily achieve a state of ketosis.
We will give you the tools and know-how to transform your health once and for all. Remember, Keto360 is not just a short-term program, but a sustainable total health transformation.
To explain “Keto360,” we first need to discuss this: What is “keto,” exactly?
The term keto is short for ketosis. Following a ketogenic diet like Keto360 puts your body into a health-promoting state of “ketosis,” which is a metabolic state that occurs when a portion (small or large) of the body’s energy comes from ketones (end products of fat metabolism) in the blood, rather than from glucose (sugar).
Essentially, when in a state of ketosis, your body uses fat as fuel, including your very own stored body fat. This is in contrast to a glycolytic state, where blood glucose (sugar) provides most of the body’s fuel (or energy). In other words, you go from a “sugar burner,” who gets his or her energy from carbs, to a “fat burner,” who actively burns fat stores (including stubborn fat!) for energy instead. Cool, huh?
Ketosis is a natural process the body initiates to help us survive when food intake is low. During this state, we produce ketones, which are produced from the breakdown of fats in the liver. Ketones can be used as energy.
The end goal of a properly maintained keto diet is to put your body into this metabolic state.
When you fuel your body with fats and reduce carbohydrate intake, you will begin to burn fat as an energy source. Optimal ketone levels can help your body “flip the switch” for your best performance at home, work and in the gym.
Unlike typical low-carb diets, which tend to be high in protein, ketogenic diets are moderate in protein and the largest percentage of your calories come from high-quality fats.
Maintaining moderate protein intake is important because excess protein can prevent you from getting the full benefits of a ketogenic diet.
* - NOTE: Results will vary from person to person, and not everyone will see the results that others see.
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