Which non-nutritive sweetener is better- allulose or erythritol? Erythritol is a commonly used sugar alcohol, but allulose is quickly gaining popularity and will soon likely pass erythritol in popularity.
We’re going to discuss how ketosis works and how you can get into ketosis as quickly as possible. This is going to speed up the process and show off the benefits – as well as some of the challenges – of the ketogenic diet.
Allulose is relatively side-effect free. You still need to moderate your intake because any compound should be balanced in your diet, but you’re less likely to deal with any discomfort like from sugar alcohols.
Yes, Allulose is keto. By eating allulose-based sweets, you can fully satisfy your sweet tooth (allulose has 70% the sweetness of table sugar) while enjoying the amazing benefits of the ketogenic diet.
Have you been told by society or Weight Watchers or someone that eating low-fat will help you lose weight? Are you counting calories in your low-fat snack pack wondering when this is actually going to help your health?
The keto or ketogenic diet is a low carb, high fat diet. It has many benefits including turning our bodies into fat burning machines- so awesome, right? But is it good for athletes? Watch our video below to find out!