Several months of research were required to develop this whole seed bar that combines the goodness of nuts and protein, all with no added sugar.
Snack ketogenic Super nuts.
Ultra-gourmand nut bar with 64% whole fruit and no added sugar. Ideal as part of a ketogenic diet or during a dry period!
Snack ketogenic Super nuts.
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IS SUPER NUTS SUITABLE FOR THE KETOGENIC DIET?
AbsolutelyOur R&D team worked for many months to develop a keto snack that could be adapted to this diet. Today, we are pleased to offer you this whole nut bar that combines the benefits of nuts with proteins, all with no added sugar and Nutriscore A.
WHAT ARE THE NUTRITIONAL VALUES OF THE KETO SUPER NUTS BAR?
A40g Super Nuts bar contains 197 calories, including 13g of fat, only 7g of carbohydrates (of which only 2g are naturally present in almonds and peanuts), 10g of fiber and about 8g of protein.
Your Super Nuts bar is made of a mixture of nuts, sunflower and rice proteins and sea salt.
WHAT IS THE KETOGENIC DIET?
It is a diet where we replace the majority of carbohydrates with fat and protein. The idea is that you get more calories from protein and fat and less from carbohydrates. This will put you in a state of ketosis. This is a fairly restrictive diet to stick to over time but it can have many health benefits.
WHAT IS KETOSIS?
Ketosis is a metabolic state in which the blood contains high levels of ketone bodies. This occurs when the body begins to use fat as its primary source of energy due to reduced access to glucose and blood sugar. This is usually caused by starvation, fasting or a very low carbohydrate diet.
Many cells in the body prefer to use glucose as fuel. When your body does not have enough glucose to fuel these cells, levels of the hormone insulin drop and body fat stores release large amounts of fatty acids.
Many of these fatty acids are transported to the liver where they are oxidized and converted to ketones, also known as ketone bodies. These are then used as alternative energy sources throughout the body. Unlike fatty acids, ketones can cross the blood-brain barrier and fuel the brain without glucose.
In short, this is when your body uses fat as fuel instead of carbohydrates.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO REACH THE HEALTHY STATE?
With less than 50 grams of carbohydrates per day, your body eventually runs out of fuel (blood sugar). This usually takes 3 to 4 days. Then, your body draws on fats and proteins for energy. This is called ketosis.
DOES THE KETOGEN DIET HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?
People most often use a ketogenic diet to lose weight. When you follow a low-carbohydrate diet, your body gets its energy from ketones (which come from the fat produced by the liver). Over time, this can lead to weight loss and significant fat loss. But the most obvious impact of the ketogenic diet on weight loss is mainly due to the fact that a higher fat and protein intake is necessarily more satiety-inducing (appetite suppressant) than a high-carbohydrate diet.
Some people find it easy to stick to a ketogenic diet (by sticking to 50g of carbohydrates per day), while others find it unsustainable. It should also be noted that some studies do not support the effectiveness of the ketogenic diet for weight loss. But the ketogenic diet is also known to help manage certain health conditions, such as acne, epilepsy, heart disease... Don't hesitate to talk to a doctor to see if this diet is suitable for you.
WHAT TO EAT WHEN ON A HEARTY DIET?
You should reduce your carbohydrate intake considerably and favor foods rich in fat and protein. Like nuts, meat, eggs, fatty fish, oil (olive oil, coconut oil) and butter, avocado etc... Conversely, avoid foods such as potatoes and pasta, bread, cereals, legumes, fruits too rich in carbohydrates, sodas and candy.
WHAT IS "KETO GRIP"?
When you start a ketogenic diet, you usually change your diet in a radical way by cutting out carbohydrates, which are often numerous in the "standard" diet. The first few days of this new diet may cause some symptoms: proof that your body is adapting and changing its fuel source (from carbohydrates to fat).
You may then experience side effects such as headaches, nausea, bad breath and fatigue.
HOW MANY CARBS PER DAY FOR THE KETOGEN DIET?
While each study is different, on average, the ketogenic diet recommends consumingabout 50g of carbohydrates or less per day. It is therefore very important to reduce or even cut all carbohydrate-rich foods from your diet.
Although there are many advantages in the long term (such as participating in the treatment of such and such a disease as diabetes and certain types of cardiovascular disease), adopting a ketogenic diet means completely rethinking your lifestyle and your consumption. It is indeed necessary to avoid all sources of carbohydrates and sugars (often contained in your favorite foods). The best thing to do before taking the plunge is to gather as much information as possible on the ketogenic diet to better understand the situation in which it is used.
While the ketogenic diet may seem restrictive, you may not be required to follow the carbohydrate levels per day to the letter. You will not be in ketosis but in the short term following the ketogenic diet outline will allow you to reduce the level of sugar you consume on a daily basis (which we are used to consuming in excess of our needs) and thus have a more balanced basic diet.