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Carnivore vs Keto

Carnivore Diet v Keto Diet….they have some similarities such as being based on high protein, high healthy fats, essenially zero carb, and can help with many ailments. So what are the differences? Lets dive in a little…. 

What is Carnivore Diet?

The Carnivore diet is quickly gaining popularity as a way to improve health and boost overall wellbeing. The diet consists of only eating animal products such as meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. Although this may sound extreme, many people report a wide range of physical and mental health benefits from following the Carnivore diet. In this blog post, we will discuss the potential health benefits of the Carnivore diet [1], the foods that are included in the diet, and some tips for those who are thinking of trying it.

The Carnivore diet has been linked to weight loss, increased energy levels, improved mental clarity, and better digestion. It is also thought to reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity. Additionally, the diet is high in protein, which can help build muscle and improve overall strength and endurance.

The Carnivore diet consists of meat, fish, eggs, and dairy, with some people also including organ meats and certain types of seafood. It is important to note that processed meats and other animal products that are high in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats are not allowed. Additionally, it is important to stay hydrated and get enough sleep while following the diet.

What is Keto Dieting?

The ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that involves limiting carbohydrates and increasing fat intake. This type of diet has been used for centuries to treat various medical conditions, such as epilepsy and diabetes. It is also a popular weight loss diet, as it helps to reduce hunger and cravings while increasing energy levels.

When following a keto diet, the primary source of energy comes from fat rather than carbohydrates. This is because when carbohydrates are restricted, the body enters a metabolic state known as ketosis. During ketosis, the body begins to burn fat for fuel, resulting in the production of ketone bodies.

When following a keto diet, it’s important to eat a variety of healthy fats, such as coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, and nuts. Eating plenty of non-starchy vegetables, such as leafy greens, cauliflower, and broccoli, is also important. Protein intake is also slightly limited. This is because too much protein kicks the body out of ketosis and begins the whole process again. 

Differences Keto v Carnivore

The carnivore diet is a type of diet that involves only eating animal products, such as meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. It is an extreme form of a low-carbohydrate diet, as it eliminates all plant products. On the other hand, the ketogenic diet is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet that involves limiting carbohydrates and increasing fat intake.

The main difference between the two diets is the source of macronutrients. On the carnivore diet, the primary source of macronutrients comes from animal products, while on the ketogenic diet, the primary source of macronutrients comes from fat. This means that the carnivore diet is an all-meat diet, while the ketogenic diet allows for some plant-based foods in addition to animal products.

Which diet is best for me?

Personally, I think both diets are the best options we have these days. If we limit our intake of processed foods and carbohydrates, we are already in a good position. The choice on which diet is best for you is up to personal preference to be honest. If you enjoy eating some vegetables and you want to continue to eat some plant based products, then Keto is the right diet for you. If youre a meat eater through and through, then the carnivore diet is more your style. I will always suggest to experiment and find what works best for you. We are a large species with many different make-ups, so what works for one may not work for all. 


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4 Responses

  1. If I understood correctly, meat products are used in this type of diet. The question that is in my mind is that if one day everyone decides to use this type of diet, what will happen to the food reserves? Because the use of meat products requires a lot of reserves and the land will not have the capacity to supply all these materials. In general, it is clear that this diet is very useful for our bodies because it is rich in protein.

    1. Thanks for your reply Liam! I don’t think we will have to worry about everybody switching to one diet. There will always be people who don’t think that this diet is for them and that’s fine. the meat industry isn’t the best but the vegan farming industry isn’t any better. Even though it would be easier to get the abundance of food from farming corn, grains, and soy, the mono crop agriculture is just as, if not more dangerous for the environment and animals. Let me know if you have any questions! have a great day!

  2. Great article! You did a great job of outlining the differences between the two diets and the potential health benefits, which is very informative. I think it’s important to consider that everyone is different and that what works for one person may not work for another. Ultimately, it’s up to the individual to decide which diet works best for them.

    1. thanks for the read Jeremy! I agree it should be someones choice on which diet works best for them. I just hope to inform people to make the best decision they can. Have a great day and thank you again!

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