However, conservative approaches typically yield moderate results. In contrast, radically unconventional diets have a greater potential to make significant changes — changes that may come with an increased health risk for some.
The keto diet is the perfect example of this, with a plethora of research backing the substantial impact this uncommon approach has on several conditions ranging from diabetes and obesity to neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and epilepsy. However, there are small subsets of the population that may worsen their health by following a low-carb, high-fat diet like keto.
Long story short, the Mediterranean diet and the keto diet both have significant advantages under different contexts. When we combine them into one diet, however, most of their downsides melt away, leaving us with a way of eating that can significantly improve every aspect of health.
We’ll go over some of our favorite Keto Mediterranean recipes in this video. If you want to learn more about this approach, you can visit our article here on the website (https://www.ruled.me/ketogenic-mediterranean-diet/)
Looking for a specific recipe from the list? Here’s a link to each of the recipes in order. Remember, you can visit the links below for a full nutrition breakdown of each recipe:
00:27 Beef & Lamb Gyros
02:39 Lamb and Halloumi Burgers
05:06 Keto-Friendly Hummus
07:08 Low-carb Flatbread
09:28 Pesto Chicken, Feta, and Olive Casserole
11:45 Keto Seared Salmon and As