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Here are five keto-diet-approved menu items that chains including Chipotle, Blaze Pizza, and Qdoba have rolled out this year.
I tried the keto bowls at Chipotle and Qdoba to see whose was better, and I was totally unimpressed with both.
The ketogenic diet, or keto diet, aims to keep your body in ketosis. From insomnia to well-rested nights, here's how the keto diet affects your sleep.
The keto diet is seeing wild popularity for its supposed weight-loss effects. But, it does have some potential risks. Here's what you should know.
The high-fat diet keto diet is beloved by everyone from Silicon Valley tech workers to LeBron James — here’s how it works
The keto diet tricks your body into a starvation mode called ketosis. Followers of the plan say they lose weight while increasing mental focus.
Because sugar is a carb, many keto dieters drastically reduce their sugar intake, but they eliminate healthier carbs too. Nutritionists are starting to notice that people who live the longest tend to incorporate more plant-based foods, including fiber-rich carbs, into their diets.
Silicon Valley’s favorite diet can lead to kidney trouble — here’s how to go keto without getting sick
The popular keto diet has people fueling up on fats and limiting their intake of sugar and carbs. But if you're not careful, it can be a recipe for kidney damage or even long-term arthritis. Here's what to know.
The keto diet could make certain cancer treatments more effective in mice, a study found — and a human trial is moving forward
A study of mice who stuck to high-fat, low-carb, low-sugar diets suggests that the keto plan might help boost the performance of tumor-killing drugs. This fall, scientists plan to start a similar trial of the diet in humans.
Keto diets are high-fat, low-carb routines meant to kick your metabolism into starvation mode. I tried to cheat my way into following one with a meal-replacement shake. And the results weren't all pretty.
An exercise scientist says Silicon Valley’s favorite diet is a scary ‘experiment that the population is doing on itself’
The "keto" diet has quickly become popular in Silicon Valley, where people credit the high-fat regime with helping them stay lean, feel good, and, hopefully, live longer, too. But a new small study suggests that the diet could inhibit athletic performance.