December 4


7-Day Ketogenic Regimen for Better Cholesterol and Blood Glucose Levels

By Gabriela

December 4, 2017

The keto regimen is known by the name low carb regimen, where the body makes ketones in the liver and uses it as energy.

The regimen is known by names such as LCHF, i.e., low carb high fat, ketogenic regimen, and low carb regimen. As a matter of fact, it was designed by Dr.Geyelin in the 20s.

The Ketogenic regimen is comprised of foods which are high in fat and low in carbs. Dr.Geyelin came up with that regimen because he discovered a strong link between the absences of carb foods and a reduced number of seizures in his patients.

Also, he found a strong connection of that kind of regimen and regulation in the blood glucose levels, lower cholesterol levels, and controlled hunger.

Studies show that it’s beneficial for treating Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, diabetes, and heart issues.


The regimen is focused on removing sugar the same as other low carb regimens. It is known that the body uses sugar to make energy when we keep a regimen which is rich in carbs.

But when sugar is unavailable, the body will start to melt the fat which is accumulated and reach the ketosis state. And that is when the regimen teaches the body how to melt its fat. Therefore, all we need to do is eat fewer carbs and more healthy fats and protein.

Menu for 7-Day Ketogenic Regimen

Day #1

Breakfast – bacon, tomato, and eggs

Lunch – olive oil, chicken meat, and feta cheese salad

Dinner –  steamed asparagus and grilled salmon, butter

Day #2

Breakfast – basil, eggs, tomatoes and goat cheese

Lunch – almond milk, peanut butter, stevia, milkshake, and cocoa butter

Dinner –  veggies, meatballs, cheddar cheese

Day #3

Breakfast –  keto milkshake

Lunch – avocado, olive oil, and prawns

Dinner – broccoli salad, pork chops, parmesan cheese

Day #4

Breakfast – omelet with spices, Interchopen, peppers, and avocado

Lunch – salsa celery, a handful of nuts and guacamole

Dinner – cheese, steamed veggies, and stuffed chicken

Day #5

Breakfast – Omelet with tomatoes and cheese

Lunch – Use the leftovers from day #4

Dinner – salad, eggs, and mushrooms

Day #6

Breakfast – omelet with veggies and ham

Lunch – Handful of nuts, ham, and cheese

Dinner – salad, eggs, and beef steak

Day #7

Breakfast – eggs with bacon and mushrooms

Lunch – guacamole and salsa cheese hamburger

Dinner –  salad, eggs, and beef steak

Start today. Consult a doctor before making any changes in the usual regimen.


  • Gabriela

    Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Health Page, Fitness trainer and instructor has dedicated her career to educating and informing people for over 10 years. As one of the most passionate diabetes advocates, Gabi has worked tirelessly to ensure that those people receive the education and support they need to properly manage their diabetes and achieve their health, fitness and weight loss goals.

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