What Is Keto diet
A ketogenic diet is defined as a low carbohydrate diet with a moderate protein intake and without restricting fat utilization for induction of ketosis in the body. The ketogenic diet was first introduced by dr Russel Wilder in 1921 for the treatment of epilepsy in pediatric patients. In this diet Fat-carbohydrates and protein ratio is 4:1. The diet consists of 75% consumption of fats from plants or animal sources.