Ketogenic Food Low Carb Recipes Atkins Paleo Alternative Guidance Site Launched

A new Ketogenic eating plan and recipe site has been launched, called Keto Strips. It compiles recipes, information and guidance on how to eat low carb, high fat and protein meals to maintain a healthier lifestyle.

Palm Beach Gardens, United States - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

A new site has launched for healthy eating recipes and resources, designed for anyone on law carb diets like the Atkins diet or a paleo diet. Called Keto Strips, it is an online resource where readers can find a range of low carb high fat recipes, and get expert tips and guidance on how to transform their favorite foods into Keto-friendly options. 

More information can be found at:

The site explains that the editor of the site was able to achieve a fitter state through changing their lifestyle, and it was because of this that Keto Strips was created. The aim of the site is to help other people dominate their health and fitness goals.

The focus of the site is Ketogenic eating, which is similar to both the Atkins and Paleo diets. It has not hit the mainstream in the same way as of yet, which means there can often be a shortage of information on the diet. 

Because of this, Keto Strips prides itself on compiling high quality information, guidance and recipes that can help people to live healthier, happier lives. 

The Atkins diet is one of the most famous diets in the world, and is based around the idea of eating high protein meals, with low carbs. The aim is to eat 50 grams of carbs or less every day.

On the other hand, the Paleo diet is based on the principle of caveman eating. On a simple level, if a caveman didn’t eat a particular type of food, then it is to be avoided when following the plan. This means no processed foods, as it is based on the diet of primal hunter/gatherers. 

A Ketogenic diet is based around eating high fat (65%) with moderate protein (30%) and low carbs (5%). The site offers a variety of low carb meal plans and recipes, helping people to plan effectively and cook delicious meals with ease.

Full details can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided on site. 

Contact Info:
Name: Everett Wilkinson
Address: 4521 PGA Boulevard , Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418, United States

For more information, please visit

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 274591

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