Keto Diet Lifestyle Community Forum Reduce Carbs Fitness Site Launched

A new Keto diet and lifestyle community site has been launched, called Native Keto. It brings together nutritional experts and fitness gurus, along with anyone interested in transforming their life through the approach to eating.

Hickory, United States - January 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A new community site based on the Keto diet and lifestyle has launched, called Native Keto, offering information and guidance on the movement, along with a support group. Founded by Rob Goodwin, a 23-year veteran personal trainer and fitness expert, it was created to help improve fitness and help people achieve a healthier lifestyle.

More information can be found at: https://www.nativeketo.com

There are currently many popular diets and fitness movements and one of the most attractive options is the Ketogenic diet. There are a number of benefits to the Keto diet, which is based on the idea of drastically reducing the amount of carbs people eat.

The Keto diet puts the body in a state of Ketosis, during which the body develops strategies for generating efficient energy. Ketones in the liver are also able to supply energy to the brain.

Ketosis results in lower levels of insulin in the body, which can be beneficial for anyone suffering from diabetes. It also helps to control hunger levels, because appetite is reduced. Further, the reduction in grain and sugar in the diet can lead to improved gut health, including a decrease in bloating and gas.

Native Keto explains that, unlike fad diets, the Keto diet is sustainable and a good way of achieving a healthier lifestyle. The site brings together an expert team of world class athletes, nutrition experts, body hackers and everyday people who want to achieve the extraordinary through the ketogenic lifestyle and nutritional ketosis.

The Facebook group accompanying the site has boomed, and there will soon be a community forum for members to discuss topics around the lifestyle. The site is also home to information and articles on the Keto lifestyle and diet, showing interested parties how they can change their life through adopting it.

Rob Goodwin has helped thousands of men and women achieve fitness success around the globe. He prides himself on his service and commitment to helping others, and the new site is part of this venture.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Rob Goodwin
Email: info@nativeketo.com
Organization: Native Keto
Address: 841 8th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 28601, United States
Phone: +1-828-256-1155

For more information, please visit https://www.nativeketo.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 287089

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