A popular and requested class these days is Keto 101, a presentation that I offer to introduce folks to the ketogenic diet – a low-carb, high-fat eating plan that encourages the use of ketones instead of (tissue-aging) glucose to fuel our brains, and fat to fuel our muscles.
Transitioning to this type of diet from a Standard American Diet (SAD) can be a daunting task, but easier if you have first shifted to an ancestral or paleo diet. A favorite guidebook to the popular paleo diet is ”The . . .