Keto Range

Diet Whey Keto is a more keto friendly whey protein powder for those following a ketogenic diet. It contains the usual high quality whey protein, tastes great, and targets fat loss to help maintain a lean physique. Diet Whey Keto is best for anyone wanting to target fat loss while increasing their protein intake in order to fuel muscle gain and intense training sessions. FAQs What is a keto diet?
The ketogenic diet is a high fat, low carbohydrate diet that’s designed to put your body into a metabolic state called ketosis. In this state, your body becomes efficient in burning fat for energy and also turns fat into ketones, which can supply energy in the brain.
What is ketosis?
Ketosis is a metabolic state in which your body burns fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates.
Why do people follow a ketogenic diet?
Research has shown that a keto diet can be just as effective for weight loss as a low fat diet. People follow the keto diet in order to burn body fat and lose weight, without the need for calorie counting. Studies have indicated that following a keto diet may have other health benefits, but these are not yet conclusive, so it is always advised to consult your doctor before changing your diet.
Do I have to be on a keto diet to use Diet Whey Keto protein powder?
Not necessarily! It has been created for those following this diet, but it is also good for anybody looking for an option low in carbs.
We offer a huge range of flavours, ensuring our protein powders make some of the best tasting protein shakes out there.
How much protein is recommended while following a keto diet?
Generally, ketogenic resources recommend around 10-20% of total daily calories. As an example, if you are consuming 2000 calories a day, this translates to around 75g of protein.
Can I have protein powder on keto?
The milk protein, whey, is one of the best options for a low carb and keto friendly protein powder.
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Do these protein powders and bars help with weight loss?
This depends on your overall diet. If the powders and shakes help you snack with fewer calories, meaning you go into a calorie deficit then yes, they can.
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