So, how did we get things so wrong? Dr. Yusef believes that previous studies were looking at intermediate steps in the process of heart disease rather than examining the endgame. They worried about how it affected our cholesterol levels but neglected to examine the final correlation with actual heart disease.
Ratatouille is a dish that demands effort. Regardless if you do it the fast and easy way or the traditional way, this dish will certainly be the star of the table. Since ratatouille is a medley of vegetables, you are ensured to be blessed with around 20g of fiber, 12g of protein, 100% vitamin A (yes!), 16% calcium, 600% vitamin C (omg!) and 24% iron! (Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.)
The standard keto diet (SKD) is an excellent choice for those primarily interested in the weight loss benefits of the diet. Targeted keto dieting (TKD) works well for those who are engaged in a vigorous workout regimen, allowing you to power through the toughest routine. And for those who are just as concerned about building or maintaining muscle mass and strength, but concerned about their ability to stick with such a restrictive diet on a continual basis, the cyclical keto diet may be the answer. Each one has its own advantages and restrictions, and each one requires a commitment you must be willing to make. I’m sure that you will find the benefits merit the minimal sacrifice.