Our “Keto Box’ has been put together to cater to anyone following the Ketogenic Diet and contains only 36g of total carbohydrate. (Comfortably feeds two carnivores for 5 nights)
400g Scotch Fillet (AKA Ribeye) Steaks (2 x 200g)
46g Protein 11.4g Fat per 200g serving
50g Hand made Bearnaise Sauce
1g Protein 12g Fat per 50g tub
500g Prime Pork Classic Sausage (gluten free) – Includes 36g Carbs per pack
57.5g Protein 83g Fat 36g Carbs per packet (6 sausages)
500g Pork Belly Slices (Boneless/Rind On)
75g Protein 182.5g Fat per packet
500g Boneless Chicken Thighs
115g Protein 40g Fat per packet
600g Cheese & Bacon ‘PHAT’ burger patties (4 x 150g)
120g Protein 105g Fat 1g Carbs per packet
30g Free Range Pork ‘Crack’ (crackling)
9.2g Protein 14.8g Fat per pack
250g Free Range Pork Lard
99.8g Fat per 100g serving
A keto diet is well known for being a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver to be used as energy. It’s referred to as many different names – ketogenic diet, low carb diet, low carb high fat (LCHF), etc. When you eat something high in carbs, your body will produce glucose and insulin.
Glucose is the easiest molecule for your body to convert and use as energy so that it will be chosen over any other energy source. Since the glucose is being used as a primary energy source, your fats are not needed and are therefore stored. Typically on a normal, higher carbohydrate diet, the body will use glucose as the main form of energy. By lowering the intake of carbs, the body is induced into a state known as ketosis, whereby ketones produced in the liver are used as the preferred energy source.
There are many benefits to eating ‘Keto’ however, the most common, is by far and away the weight loss associated with such a diet.