How to Avoid Unhealthy Effects of Keto and Low Carb Diets!


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are you missing nutrients on a keto diet?

Keto may be appealing to you because you want to lose weight, clear up your skin, train your body to control appetite, improve your mental focus, fight type II diabetes, gain more energy.. etc. However, with any diet, you have to think – What could I be missing out on?

The Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition reports that low-carb diets can lead to deficiencies in as many as 27 micronutrients!

If you’re eating healthy…. WHY are you missing these nutrients?!


When carbohydrates are heavily eliminated, oftentimes fruits and leafy green vegetables are too – leaving meats and high-fat foods such as butter, bacon, and egg yolks. 

Whether you’re on Keto to cut fat, or turning it into a lifestyle choice, you want to ensure you are staying healthy – Especially if you’re also feeding your kids a Keto diet.

So, how  do you reap the rewards of Keto while making sure you’re not missing out on any nutrients?!


By now, we know we should have superfoods in our diet every single day. If you don’t have the time or money – Muchless the patience to shop, chop, and juice every day, we have your solution!

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Organifi Green Juice is the only green superfood on the market infused with coconut water, which helps you absorb the other superfoods in our proprietary blend including – ashwagandha, wheat grass, moringa, spirulina, chlorella, matcha green tea, and turmeric.

The benefits of green juice are many: Weight loss – through increased metabolism, Increased mental acuity and mental cognition, Elevated mood, Hydration, Revitalization, Immune Booster, Detoxification, Hormone balancing, Improved sleep…


Contains all the essential amino acids needed by the body. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins which are needed to grow, repair and maintain cells.


A green algae super high in protein and healthy polyunsaturated fats.


A good source for plant protein! Spirulina is also high in iron and calcium. The Aztecs first discovered this food in Central America, and they consumed it daily for energy and strength.


We all know this herb as a fragrant addition to popular dishes and drinks. The Mint leaf has been used the world over for aiding in the occasional indigestion, cramps, whitening teeth, and as a sleep aid.


Ashwagandha is an adaptogen which is made of (a combination of amino acids, vitamins, and herbs) that help modulate your response to stress or a changing environment. Adaptogens help the body cope with external stresses such as toxins in the environment and internal stresses


Beets are high in folate and manganese. Many people don’t care for the texture of raw beets, however, the isolated juice tastes great in the mix and is a nutritious super ingredient.


A common refreshment in Japanese monasteries, Matcha is high in an antioxidant called EGCG which reduces stress, regulates hormones within normal ranges, and reduces appetite.


Known as the “life-blood” of plant life. Even the ancient egyptians worshipped this food for it’s positive health benefits.


This spice contains powerful antioxidants.


You may not know this, but this citrus fruit has incredible appetite fighting effects, and has been known to cool and alkalize the body. This is crucial for stabilizing your blood-sugar already within normal ranges.


This natural refreshment is high in potassium and assists in the transport of all of the above ingredients throughout the blood stream.

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Every ingredient is Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, Gluten Free and Soy Free. There are no artificial sweeteners, not even stevia. It is sweetened it with a hint of monk fruit and mint so it tastes absolutely amazing!


The added ingredient Ashwagandha has been shown in clinical studies to reduce stress. Stress is one of the major factors in holding onto unwanted weight. 

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  1. I just read the recipe for bacon veggie omelet
    It has 6 eggs! Am I supposed to eat the whole thing in one setting or is this a meal for four???

  2. Anjali Patil

    i would like to start with keto diet, but the problem with me is i cant do exercise as i hve spur in my heels n cant walk normally, second i have shoulder pain on the verge of frozen shoulder but i m on physio therapy for both ….Your diet suggests heavy exercise….please give me some alternative for this…i walk for 2.5 kms thats the only exercise i do….waiting for you suggestions…
    thank you

    • 80% of weight loss actually comes from diet alone. If you stick to a Keto diet, you can absolutely still see drastic results. I would talk to your doctor about what exercise would be appropriate to incorporate!

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