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Welcome to the Anti-Inflammatory Keto Reset

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Welcome to the 30-day Anti-Inflammatory Keto Reset challenge! We’ll spend the next month sharing nutritional lessons, cooking how-tos, a meal plan and a cookbook that includes all of the recipes you need to get inflammation under control. You’ll also get the added perk of working towards metabolic flexibility, better sleep and improved energy! 

An anti-inflammatory keto diet combines the best of both worlds – it uses anti-inflammatory foods like healthy fats, herbs and spices, while also limiting carbs. We suggest aiming for 35 to 45 grams total carbs per day, although once you see how your body responds, you can experiment with different amounts, scaling slightly higher or lower. (Some people can eat in the range of 50 to 75 grams total carbs while maintaining ketosis, while others need to dip below 40 to successfully enter ketosis.)

When moving into a keto diet, you can use sweeter vegetables in the first week as a transition (think sweet potatoes, berries, carrots and beets) and then remove them in the second week. Some people coming from a high-carb diet may find they need to transition more slowly rather than all at once. Aiming for 70 carbs or less in the first week is ideal and then gradually decreasing to be between 35 to 45 grams of total carbs for the following 3 weeks and beyond –  if you choose to continue eating this way because you feel so good.

If you haven’t already, be sure to download the keto reset challenge cookbook, which has a detailed list of foods to eat and foods to avoid as well as your meal plan and recipes. 

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Watch this video to get a better understanding of why this challenge is such a valuable resource to reduce inflammation in the body, how it works and how to get started for a super successful 30-day journey to better health! 

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