How do I start the Keto diet?

Keto sounds great, but how do I get started?

Eating Keto Keto Keto foods

Keto sounds great, but how do I get started?

To enter Ketosis your consumption of carbohydrates must be limited to around 5% of your diet. 

To get started on Keto this means completely cutting out sugary and processed foodstuffs, grains and root vegetables. In principle you’ll want to aim for a fat:protein:carbohydrate to a ratio of around 75:15:10

Keep reading for an overview of foods to avoid and to enjoy...

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Grilled avocado?

Keto Low carb Recipe

Grilled avocado?

The Keto Bakery was founded on the principle of making living a Keto lifestyle easy and more enjoyable. We do this by delivering low carb - gluten free - grain free freshly baked goods directly to your door.

Currently we’re working hard in the kitchen to expand our savoury product range.

In the meantime we'll be sharing recipes for our favourite easy Keto meals for you to make at home and enjoy with our brownies and cupcakes

 

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Keeping it Keto during a Global Pandemic #stayathome

April 6th - Absolutely no need to leave the house, we're still baking, and posting out all of our low carb treats, sweet and savoury. 

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New Horizons for Spring

events markets news

As of this week you'll be able to find us in neighbouring Hackney and Islington too. 

  • EAT17, Brooksby's Walk, Homerton 
  • Stroud Green Market, 10-2pm, Sunday 15th March

 

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Low carb Veganuary - can it be done?

Eating both low-carb and Vegan may sound impossible at first as Vegan or plant-based diets are often relatively low in fat whilst high in carbs. And, Keto or low-carb diets typically include animal products as they provide plenty of fat with minimal carbs; especially grass-fed beef, oily fish, and dairy. If you are up for the challenge this January then here are some quick tips:  Avoid the carb-loaded plant protein sources of legumes, beans and grains and above ground vegetables. Feast on the good plant based fats; coconut oil and cream, olive, avocado, macademia oils, cacao butter. Enjoy plenty of...

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