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Even if you’re planning on losing hundreds and hundreds and pounds, there’s absolutely no need to exercise whilst in ketosis. KetoDetective investigates why this is the case!
Protein is one of the three main macronutrients in our diet, and is often considered the least important in the keto diet, despite being incredibly important. So how can we harness the power of protein?
A special report on mental health in students at UK universities. Includes advice and support.
Electrolytes are minerals involved in the fluid balance of liquid between cells. It can be a challenge to get sufficient electrolytes on the keto diet, so does that mean we’re at risk of deficiency?
Confused about cows? Don’t worry because KetoDetective has been on the case! Here’s what you need to know about our lovely cows in the UK.
It’s really exciting when we make progress on the keto diet, but it can be equally demotivating and depressing when we begin to plateau. But what does progress and plateau look like and how can we keep moving forward?
Today, we can still choose to eat like our paleolithic ancestors. But which diet is better – keto or paleo? KetoDetective investigates!
When it comes to dietary fat, should we trust the medical scaremongering, or is it time to follow our gut instinct? KetoDetective has been investigating in order to reveal to you the facts behind the fats!
It’s important not to think of the keto diet as something that fixes one part of you and then allows you to move on. Staying in ketosis has a holistic range of health benefits that will benefit you for a lifetime. That’s why we prefer to call it the keto lifestyle!