Mapping the Popularity of the Keto Diet
Did you know that Keto Diet ranked first as the most searched diets on Google in 2018? As Keto Diet is gaining immense popularity all around the world, so is the controversy surrounding it. Before, exploring the reasons behind the popularity of this diet fad, let us find out what Keto Diet is actually all about.
People on a Keto Diet have a limit of consuming 20 grams of carbohydrates per day, in contrast to a normal diet in which this limit is 300 grams. The ultimate aim of a Keto Diet is to promote a process called ketosis, in which the body starts burning fats instead of storing them.
Keto Diet is becoming increasing popular in different part of the world with people who are willing to restrict carbs in order to lose excess weight from their bodies. Where many believe that a Keto Diet is only successful if integrated into one’s lifestyle for a sustainable period of time, the main controversy surrounding the Keto Diet revolves around the health risks for people who are diabetic or have a history of any cardiovascular ailments. Although, there are also others who believe that the biggest challenge of the Keto Diet lies in its social standpoint and acceptance.