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Ketogenic diets are exploding in popularity, particularly for those who want to get increased energy while losing weight. CNBC’s Chrissy Farr tries it out, with the help of a new device called Keyto that tells the user if they are in ketosis.

Ketogenic dieting has become a favorite pastime of Silicon Valley techies who want to hack their bodies to improve energy levels and performance. The regimen involves eating foods that are high in fat and some protein, while keeping carbohydrates to a minimum.

The goal of ketogenic diets is to get body to a state calld “ketosis,” which requires keeping carbohydrates to less than five percent of daily caloric intake. Once that happens, the body burns stored fats instead of recently eaten carbs, resulting in a buildup of acids called ketones within the body.

Some critics say “keto” is just another fad diet, like Atkins or Whole30, but others rave about the benefits of being in ketosis, ranging from weight loss to increased energy.

Ketones can actually be measured in the blood, the urine and the breath, which is how many people on the diet figure out if their carb restriction is having an impact. But measuring it through the blood or urine is a bit much for some.

So Keyto, a new start-up in the space, aims to make it easier for people on ketogenic diets to track their body’s transition into ketosis by simply blowing into a device. It was founded by Ethan Weiss, a cardiologist at UC San Francisco, and former Weight Watchers vice president Ray Wu.
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I Tried The Keto Diet With A Device That Tracks Your Progress

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  1. Let's see …. Mr. Robbie Cap, testified that this, keto diet, is not healthy,….. and you, Chrissy Farr, you feel like, crap ….. Well, girl …. it's because this diet is really a crap! …… Go, Plant Based Food, and you will be healthy forever!

    I started 20 years ago.

  2. The keto diet is just another example of Americans looking for an easy way out. By the way, our prehistoric ancestors did not eat mostly meat and they were generally not in ketosis. Newer data shows that they ate a mostly plant-based diet. Do you want to be healthy and lose weight eat mostly plants. Dont let that quack from bulletproof tell you otherwise

  3. Christine Farr is a very pretty woman🙂Another truth is that the Keto diet is doomed before widespread acceptance. Humans, generally, should emulate other animals- that is, exercise that approximates the Hunter/Gatherer lifestyle should come first. It’s not thee answer most people want to hear- as we dislike the sustained effort it requires. Diets, in thee absence of vigorous, whole life exercise, at least in my case, don’t keep me from disintegrating. I eat what I want while eliminating obviously harmful substances and avoiding excesses. It’s certainly not the easy way, as you have to deny yourself for the greater long term benefit. I don’t drink because my liver doesn’t like processing alcohol- even though alcohol makes one feel good. I’m not someone who can ‘drink in moderation’. I don’t smoke anything because my lung tissue is harmed by fumes- even though again, it feels good. In thee end, if you eliminate the bad in your food intake and exercise like a deer 🦌 or wolf 🐺 or any animal that has to work for it’s food every day, and take advantage of science and medicine- you’ll likely live a long and healthy life with a relatively short period of decline before death- just like animals 💎

  4. Horrible! What about long term effects? When are you going to cover the benefits of whole food plant based nutrition? Shame on you for pushing this message when it contaminates so much, takes a toll on your health and kills millions of animals

  5. I highly recommend reading "The Case Against Sugar"
    The concept of net calorie balance as the sole explanation for weight gain or loss is naive and way too simplistic. Try to cut back on the sugar and you'll be a lot healthier for it.

  6. You won't miss chocolate with these quick mix ideas:
    I make a mix with all natural peanut butter, cocoa powder, and sucralose(Splenda) and a bit of water as it does get dry.
    I add cocoa, vanilla, sucralose, to my coffee for a hot chocolate coffee.

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