Press & Collaborations

Connecting with people, organizations, and brands that are on the same journey & mission as we are, is extremely important to us. The same goes for spreading the word about a healthy and well-formulated Keto lifestyle. The following written content is 100% aligned with these intentions.

Informative guest blogs

We provide 100% evidence-based content, supported by the latest research. We are on top of the latest research in the world of Keto and low-carb.

Paleoversusketo

paleo lifestyle

versus keto

Published on The Noakes Foundation

Written by lotte damen

During her 5-month internship at The Noakes Foundation, Lotte wrote on different relevant keto-related topics. In this blog, she extensively describes the difference between a paleo and a keto lifestyle.

Both lifestyles focus on eating wholesome foods, and a lower amount of carbohydrates but they differ from each other in their purpose. What’s more?

Ketoanddepression

the ketogenic diet and depression

Published on The Noakes Foundation

Written by lotte damen

The relationship between nutrition and mental health is an important topic among health professionals. There is growing evidence that implementing a Ketogenic lifestyle can have a positive affect on depression-related symptoms.

What is known about the link between ketones, neurotransmitters and depression?

Typesoffat

the 4 main types of fat: good vs bad

Published on Keto Cacao

written by lotte damen

On a keto or low-carb high-fat lifestyle, fat is your best friend. It is your primary energy source that allows your body to enter and maintain ketosis and covers 70-80% of your daily macros. However, this doesn’t mean you can just pick whatever type of fat you like.

So which types of fat should you include in your circle of friends, and which ones are not worth your attention?

 

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