Chapter 10.

Clean Keto

Is the keto diet safe?

Clean keto is a term that is arising to fight against the movement of dirty and lazy keto; however, truth be told, it’s not that far off standard keto dieting, except the fact that it’s heavily focused on eating vegetables and not over-reliant on eating dairy or processed meats.

The diet is very similar to a traditional low-carb diet, which focuses on eating an array of fresh veggies, meat, fish and other animal products; however, on top of this, it’s focused on consuming a high amount of healthy fats.

This style of keto focuses on keeping healthy fats up, carbs low and protein controlled.

The diet would be good for:

  • Those that love veggies
  • Prefer to eat clean
  • Health focused
  • Have allergies and intolerances

The diet won’t be the best for:

  • Those who don’t like to prep food or to shop
  • Don’t like veggies
  • Prefer to eat lazy and dirty

Here are some examples of clean keto meals.

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Meet the Keto Guide Authors

Jaxon Calder
Jaxon has been one of Australia’s leading health and weight loss coaches for the last 11 years, he is a second-generation personal trainer, director of Lean for Life which is ranked in Australia’s top 3 weight loss companies ad founded KetoLean Australia's first Keto Product Range.
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Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health at Auckland University of Technology and Director of the University’s Human Potential Centre (HPC), Grant lead's Australia and New Zealand in science-based healthy living and specialises in Keto dieting.