low carb but no keto foods
Counter: It’s interesting to note that a group of experts who rightfully admitted that a ketogenic
diet can help with weight loss also ranked it low on safety. Further, a recent meta analysis examined 12 studies utilizing a ketogenic diet and saw no adverse effects.  Well, if sustained
weight loss for two years following the study is an adverse effect, then I think it’s one that most people would be willing to risk it for. Lastly, it’s even been published and shown to be safe in children with intractable epilepsy. Moreover, the primary criticism (from the experts) regarding safety lies in the high-fat content. We must keep in mind that the ketogenic diet relies heavily on healthy monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids. Those fats have been shown, time and again, to improve cholesterol
and decrease mortality risk from cardiovascular disease. The majority of fat sources found in the ketogenic diet stem from salmon, other fatty fish, nuts, seeds, olives, olive oil, and avocado. Heart Healthy: 1. 9/5 StarsThe keto diet was ranked near the bottom of the heart-healthy category and one of the primary reasons was an outright piece of misinformation. The expert stated that one who follows the keto diet gives up non-starchy vegetables.