The Ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting have much more in common than you might think. When these two combined, the process of burning fat is much faster.

Both diets increase the production of ketone bodies and “burn” the body’s fat storage. Intermittent fasting combined with hyperlipidic diets can help you reach the weight you dream of reaching.

The ketogenic diet is based on a low consumption of carbohydrates, regardless of the total caloric intake. This diet can be described as a hyperlipidic hypoglycemic diet, which produces ketone bodies as a result of the process of burning fat in the body, leading to the stage of ketosis.

Our body is able to take energy from both carbohydrates and fats, depending on what it has at its disposal.

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The best method of detoxifying the body is fasting with liquids. When the body is not fed (does not receive energy from food), it begins to “burn” fat deposits to use as an energy source (especially “burning” the abdominal fat). Simple caloric restriction does not have the same effect on the body as intermittent fasting or ketogenic diet. It is said that if you skip a meal, it is bad for your metabolism, which is false. The old recommendations with 3 meals and 2 snacks are no longer relevant and over time lead to an increase (the rate of obesity and diabetes has increased worldwide).