Nowadays Ketogenic/Keto diet is the most popular diet among people looking to remain fit and healthy. Going back in history, we see that the first-time Ketogenic diet term was used in 1924 for the treatment of epilepsy.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which functioning of the brain becomes abnormal, which ultimately causes loss of awareness, sensation or periods of unusual behavior, etc. The patients of epilepsy are treated with a Ketogenic diet, not now but from the last 100 years.
Over the last few years, a noticeable increase has been observed in recognition and use of the Ketogenic diet among the peoples from worldwide regions.
The ketogenic diet is a low-carbohydrate and high-fat diet. Generally, the body uses glucose in the bloodstream as a source of energy, instead of fat. Resultantly fats available in Pancreas increase which causes to overweight of the body and belly fat. When we use a Ketogenic diet, our body starts using fats. The pancreas burns the fats into smaller particles called Ketones. Thereafter, the body uses these Ketones as a source of energy and resultantly it causes to quickly lose weight.
A Keto diet contains high-fats, protein, and low-carbs. It includes 50-60% fats (saturated and unsaturated), 30-35% protein and 5-10% carbohydrates. The high-fats in Keto diet include fatty cuts of beef, coconut oil, palm oil, dark chicken meat, poultry skin, cocoa butter, olive oil, fatty fish, vegetable oil, avocado oil, and peanut butter. You can also use a wide range of seeds and nuts if you are on a Ketogenic diet such as almonds, sesame, and peanuts, etc.
How to Make Keto-Friendly Root Beer Float
There is a very simple and easy process to prepare a Keto-friendly root beer float. Remember! When the word “Keto-friendly” used anywhere in the medical field, it always means “Health-friendly”. So we will learn how to make a health-friendly root beer float in 2 easy steps.
Get some sugar-free root beer. Although you can pick your favorite root beer it must be sugar-free. I recommend you sugar-free root beer “Zevia”.
Pour in a slight heavy cream and freeze it. After a few hours, get it full on ice-cream effect. Your Keto-friendly root beer is ready. Enjoy. If you didn’t want to freeze, you can directly get full-on ice-cream after pouring. However, a freeze will give you more taste and enjoyment.