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Are you on Keto, but still don’t look fit? Here are 4 solutions

Are you on Keto, or even better, have you decided to switch to KMD and somehow you still feel heavy, bloated and overweight? If the centimetres around your waistline, arms and legs are not dropping, you could be overeating and not paying attention to micronutrients. Don’t worry, It happens to many Ketonians, especially if they…

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Stop counting macros, eat more meat!

Stop counting macros sounds like anti-Keto approach but it doesn’t have to be! Before I start, I would like to point out that this article covers the subject of fat-loss. A therapeutic aspect of the Ketogenic diet for neurological or other health problems is another subject. Let’s talk about the most frequent reason people start…

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Zero-carb chips or micro crepes with Keto attitude

Zero-carb chips that can serve as mini crepe bites? Yes, we managed and they taste and look so good that they simply have to be published for all the Keto foodies out there. Greek Goes Keto does not promote snacking between meals, so we’ll have to give them a better role. They are so versatile!…

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Ketonians that keep inspiring us: Barbara from Cyprus

Ketonians are truly inspiring and as we have the opportunity to virtually meet more of them we get this urge to share their stories with you. So far, Greek Goes Keto has shared inspiring stories of three American Ketonians but it seems like Keto Mediterranean diet is finally getting more attention and popularity in the…

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Keto taramasalata – It can be done without bread and potatoes!

Keto Taramasalata was one of the most requested Ketonisations we kept receiving from Greeks and lovers of everything Greek. It’s extremely popular among tourists but rarely anyone knows the ancient recipe. We thought, since we ketonised the Skordalia, a good Ketonian will know how to turn it into Taramasalata with just adding some fish roe….

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Keto and legumes – should we eat any of them?

Keto and legumes is an edgy subject and since the springtime is just around the corner, I thought it was a perfect time to write an article about it. In Greece, for generations, all the way back to ancient times, people ate a lot of legumes. Lentils, chickpeas, all sorts of beans, but also –…

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Keto frying oil or fat – what do you use?

Keto frying oil or fat or should you fry food at all is the question here. Since you are on a Greek website, you might think that I will be writing another saga about olive oil. Well, think again! 😉 This Keto Greek loves the olive oil, but not so much for frying. Especially if…

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Keto for children – Everything you need to know

Keto for children is as safe as it is for adults if done correctly! This is a simple sentence but I wanted to start this article with this statement. Yes, originally, the Ketogenic diet was designed for treating children with epilepsy. However, it became extremely popular in the past 10 years due to obesity epidemy…

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Keto Paella ala El Greco – Or how the Greek ketonised the Spanish legend

Keto Paella has been on our mind ever since we started Greek Goes Keto. Both Roberta and I love Spanish culture, music, language, art, almost everything from the land of Pan. In fact, our dear friend Alejandro from Almeria could confirm our love for his land.