KETO set is a ketogenic box diet addressed to people who would like to try a low-carbohydrate diet. The goal of a lower carbohydrate supply is to make the body enter a state called ketosis, which can improve the rate of weight loss. Ketosis is a metabolic state in which the body undergoes an increase in plasma ketone levels. At the same time, blood glucose and insulin levels remain low. Unlike the standard situation in which energy derives from glucose, in the state of ketosis, ketone bodies formed as a result of the oxidation of free fatty acids are used to obtain energy. To reach the state of ketosis, meals and beverages which change the proportions of the assumed macronutrients cannot be included in the daily diet. Additional advantages of using this food model are lowered appetite and a longer feeling of satiation after having a meal.
The basis of the dishes proposed in our ketogenic catering are products rich in both animal and plant fats. These include: meat, fish, eggs, high-fat dairy products, nuts, seeds and plant oils. The menu also includes vegetables and fruit with low carbohydrate content: tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and cherries. Moreover, in order to diversify meals, products dedicated to the ketogenic diet are included, such as pure grain bread, konjac pasta, almond flour and erythritol.
KETO diet is available in the following calorific values: 1500 kcal, 1750 kcal, 2000 kcal and 2500 kcal. Each of them consists of four meals: Breakfast, Dinner, Afternoon Snack and Supper.
If you cannot decide which calorific value is right for you, do not hesitate to contact our nutritionists.
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Are you wondering who this type of catering is for? Due to the fact that the KETO box diet is a highly elimination set, a nutritionist or a doctor should be consulted before choosing it. We do not recommend this type of diet for:
• people with liver failure, pancreatic diseases and congenital disorders of fat metabolism,
• people with cardiovascular diseases,
• people suffering from malnutrition or people struggling with vitamin and mineral deficiencies,
• people with digestive system disorders (stomach and intestinal diseases),
• pregnant and breast-feeding women,
• sportspeople and physically active people.
It is necessary to bear in mind that excessive consumption of fats in the long run may be unfavourable even for a healthy person, therefore this food model should be consumed only during a limited period of time.