Keto is a fast-food alternative that has gained popularity in the US and the UK, and the United Kingdom is one of the country’s biggest exporters of the protein.
Ketos are fast-casual foods, typically consisting of rice, beans, vegetables and cheese.
They are often sold with salad, soup, pasta or pasta sauce.
They are a relatively healthy option and have been touted as being lower in fat, sugar and salt than other fast-diet foods.
However, some studies suggest that they are associated with higher rates of type 2 diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol.
A recent review of evidence in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that eating keto can increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetics.
The authors of the review noted that a number of studies showed that people who consumed keto had lower rates of hypertension, and their blood sugar levels were lower, than those who did not eat keto.
Keto is also associated with more insulin resistance and type 2 obesity, so it is a potentially serious health risk.
The health effects of keto have also been linked to a lack of fibre, which has been linked with obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
“If you want to go keto, there’s not a whole lot of advice,” said Paula Mathers, who has been eating a keto diet for more than a decade.
“[There’s] a lot of conflicting advice.
Some people advise you to eat a ketogenic diet to prevent heart disease, while other people advise eating a diet that’s not keto and just focusing on healthy foods.””
I think people are misinformed on keto,” she added.”
If we were really in the business of health, we would be promoting that as a diet.
But it’s not in our job to advise people to go and do that.”
I’ve heard from people saying they’re not sure they want to do it but I’m here to tell you that it’s a great idea” Paula Mathering, who started eating a low-carb diet for four yearsSource: Getty Images, Getty Images News, Keto shop,ketos,paula mathers source Google Photos (UK).
Originally published March 6, 2018.