GSKC 2019

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So you finished our 2-week get started keto challenge? That’s fantastic! Here’s a secret: the first two weeks are the hardest. Indeed, that’s when you get 90% of the side effects, and 10% of the benefits. Now it gets way easier! You already know how to cook and eat low carb, so just keep doing it and reap the benefits.

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Here’s another piece of good news: As a member you can continue enjoying our low-carb and keto meal plans for as long as you like.

You just need to decide if you want to stick to a strict ketogenic low-carb diet — for maximum effectiveness — or if you’re ready to reintroduce a few carbs and try a more flexible, moderate low-carb diet.1
You can even choose vegetarian or dairy-free weekly meal plans, or meal plans based on Team Diet Doctor’s all-time favorites.

All meal plans come with weekly shopping lists and easily printable recipe lists, for 1-8 people with US or metric units.

You can choose to skip meals and the shopping lists will adapt. You can even replace meals with any of our 700+ low-carb recipes, and everything will adapt. And the food is amazing, but you know that already.


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  1. The idea that fewer carbs is usually more effective for weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal is mainly based on the consistent experience of experienced practitioners, and stories from people trying different levels of carb restriction [weak evidence]

    The only intervention study – to our knowledge – that compared different levels of carb restriction was a small trial that found trends towards greater weight loss and greater improvements in cardiometabolic risk factors as carb intake went lower.

    PeerJ 2019: Low-carbohydrate diets differing in carbohydrate restriction improve cardiometabolic and anthropometric markers in healthy adults: a randomised clinical trial [moderate evidence]

    Glycemic control appears to improve more the lower carb intake is:

    Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2008: Restricted-carbohydrate diets in patients with type 2 diabetes: a meta-analysis [moderate evidence, downgraded as it’s comparing effects between different low-carb trials. There is no RCT comparing low carb to lower carb.]