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Indian Weight Loss Diet Plan

The Best Indian Weight Loss Diet Plan

Are you planning on losing weight and getting fit this year? Well, the answer is simple. You need to start eating right. It’s a pretty common saying that you become what you eat. But in India, owing to our culture and eating habits, the task seems unachievable. Never does a day pass when we don’t enjoy Samosas, Bhujias, Parathas, and other oily stuff. Our hospitality is bizarre enough that we consider forcing our guests to overeat, as a gesture of love and respect. It’s no wonder that India is seeing an alarming increase in the obese population. According to Wikipedia, morbid obesity is affecting 5% of the country’s population.

The answer doesn’t lie in shunning our very own delicacies and recipes and switching to exotic ingredients. That’s where Keto Diet jumps in. A modern scientific approach to deal with your many health problems. Creating a perfect blend and equilibrium of taste and health, in your favorite snacks and daily meals, keto lifestyle does its job flawlessly- Weight Loss, Blood Sugar Control, Increased Energy levels, Healthier Skin and much more.

The Science Behind Keto

Eating something high in carbs makes your body produce more glucose. Glucose is the most natural molecule for your body to convert and use as energy so your body prefers glucose over any other energy source. When glucose is used as a prime energy source, your fats are not needed and are therefore stored or accumulated. Typically on a regular, higher carbohydrate diet, your body uses glucose as the primary source of energy. By reducing the intake of carbs, the body is provoked into a state known as ketosis. The word keto is derived from the word ketosis, which is the name of a metabolic process in your body. Keto Diets are a range of low-carbohydrate (carb) diets and are accomplished by lowering the intake of carbohydrates.

In the case of ketogenic diets, two new studies published in Cell Metabolism, show how cutting back carbohydrates and intermittent fasting not only helps with weight but may stretch out your life while improving your memory along the way. As for memory, the researchers write: “In healthspan testing, we found a striking effect of Cyclic KD [ketogenic diet] on memory as well as more modest effects on a broader range of measures. We saw consistent memory improvement in two distinct tasks over 6 months”.

 

Keto Diet Plans for Weight Loss

Veg Diet Plan
Day 1:
Early Morning  a cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast 1 tsp of Keto  peanut butter with brown bread, a handful of Keto Seed Mix/Keto Trail Mix with one Keto Dosa and a small bowl of salad
Filler (Brunch Time) 2 keto Cookies
Lunch Zucchini+ onion +tomato +capsicum(vegetables of your choice but keto compliant), 2 chapatis of Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler 1 scoop of Keto Protein
Dinner One bowl of soupy veg Keto Noodles with olive/coconut/keto oil
Day 2:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast 1 tsp of Keto  peanut butter with brown bread, a handful of Keto Seed Mix and 1 scoop of Keto Protein
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee
Lunch Sarson ka saag/palak paneer cooked in Keto Cooking oil and 2 chapatis of keto flour or home-baked Keto Bread with a bowl of stir-fried veggies 
Filler (Filler time) 2 pieces of any Keto snack or half Keto Breakfast Bar
Dinner The vegetable gravy of your choice(keto compliant) with one keto chapati
Day 3:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast A handful of Keto seed mix with one Keto Dosa and a small bowl of salad
Filler (Brunch Time) 2 Keto Cookies
Lunch Zucchini+onion+tomato+tomato+capsicum (Keto compliant veggies of your choice), 2 chapatis of Keto flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) A scoop of Keto Protein
Dinner One bowl of soupy veggie Keto Noodles with olive/coconut/keto oil
Day 4:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast A handful of Keto seed mix and a scoop of Keto Protein
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/keto Coffee
Lunch Sarso ka saag/palak paneer cooked in Keto Cooking Oil and 2 chapatis of keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread with a bowl of stir-fried veggies
Filler (Snacks Time) 2 pieces of any Keto Snack or half Keto Breakfast Bar
Dinner Veggies gravy of your choice (keto compliant)with one keto chapati
Day 5:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast A handful of Keto seed mix with one Keto Dosa and a small bowl of salad
Filler (Brunch Time) 2 Keto Cookies
Lunch Zucchini+onion+tomato+tomato+capsicum (Keto compliant veggies of your choice), 2 chapatis of Keto flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 scoop of Keto Protein
Dinner One bowl of soupy veggie Keto Noodles with olive/coconut/keto oil
Day 6:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast A handful of Keto seed mix and a scoop of Keto Protein
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/keto Coffee
Lunch Sarso ka saag/palak paneer cooked in Keto Cooking Oil and 2 chapatis of keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread with a bowl of stir-fried veggies
Filler (Snacks Time) 2 pieces of any Keto Snack or half Keto Breakfast Bar
Dinner Veggies gravy of your choice (keto compliant)with one keto chapati
Day 7:
Early Morning A cup of Keto/black tea with 10ml MCT Oil
Breakfast A handful of Keto seed mix with one Keto Dosa and a small bowl of salad
Filler (Brunch Time) 2 Keto Cookies
Lunch Zucchini+onion+tomato+tomato+capsicum (Keto compliant veggies of your choice), 2 chapatis of Keto flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 scoop of Keto Protein
Dinner One bowl of soupy veggie Keto Noodles with olive/coconut/keto oil
Non-Veg Diet Plan

Day 1: 
Breakfast An egg omelet, a small bowl of Poha, a handful of nuts or seeds
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Mushroom or zucchini with pan-fried chicken (100g) or Paneer (100g) and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 egg burji with onion, tomato, and capsicum, a handful of almonds/peanuts/pumpkin seed 
Dinner One bowl of soupy vegetable with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 2:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet with a butter,  bowl of salad, one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Lettuce/cabbage with pan-fried chicken (100g) or paneer bhurji with vegetables and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) A handful of nuts & seeds with stir-fried vegetables cooked in abundant ghee/keto oil
Dinner 3 sausage or two-piece he made chicken curry, a bowl of salad with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 3:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet, a small bowl of Poha, a handful of nuts or seeds 
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Mushroom or zucchini with pan-fried chicken (100g) or Paneer (100g) and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 egg burji with onion, tomato, and capsicum, a handful of almonds/peanuts/pumpkin seed 
Dinner One bowl of soupy vegetable with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 4:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet with a butter,  bowl of salad, one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Lettuce/cabbage with pan-fried chicken (100g) or paneer bhurji with vegetables and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) A handful of nuts & seeds with stir-fried vegetables cooked in abundant ghee/keto oil
Dinner 3 sausage or two-piece he made chicken curry, a bowl of salad with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 5:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet, a small bowl of Poha, a handful of nuts or seeds 
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Mushroom or zucchini with pan-fried chicken (100g) or Paneer (100g) and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 egg burji with onion, tomato, and capsicum, a handful of almonds/peanuts/pumpkin seed 
Dinner One bowl of soupy vegetable with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 6:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet with a butter,  bowl of salad, one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home baked Keto Bread
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Lettuce/cabbage with pan fried chicken (100g) or paneer bhurji with vegetables and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) Handful nuts & seeds with stir fried vegetables cooked in abundant ghee/keto oil
Dinner 3 sausage or two piece he made chicken curry, bowl of salad with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice
Day 7:
Breakfast 1 egg omelet, a small bowl of Poha, a handful of nuts or seeds 
Filler (Brunch Time) Green Tea/Black Tea/Keto Tea/Black Coffee/Keto Coffee with 1tsp MCT Oil
Lunch Mushroom or zucchini with pan-fried chicken (100g) or Paneer (100g) and one chapati of 50% regular flour + 50% Almond/Coconut/Keto Flour or home-baked Keto Bread
Filler (Snacks Time) 1 egg burji with onion, tomato and capsicum, a handful of almonds/peanuts/pumpkin seed
Dinner One bowl of soupy vegetable with olive/coconut/keto oil and a mini bowl of brown rice

Balanced Diet Chart

Every nutrient needs to be kept into consideration while creating a Balanced Diet Chart to ensure that all the intended benefits are served to you.


Carbohydrates

Never say no to low-carb vegetables such as Broccoli, Cauliflower, Spinach, Tomatoes, Kale, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, etc. You Shouldn’t eat massive amounts of them either, without check. Carbs are digested with ease and thus your fats get accumulated, if not digested. Carb intake is the biggest reason for weight gain and related conditions.
Keto diet helps you check your carb intake and thus leave room for your fats to get digested. 


Fats

Eat 2–3 meals per day. You shouldn’t be afraid of eating fat, while on a keto diet, as trying to go with both low-carb and low-fat at the same time will make things worse. It will make you feel miserable and force you to abandon the plan. Taking healthy fats based on your keto diet plan will do wonders for your weight loss regime.


Proteins

Stating the importance of Protein consumption will always be an understatement. Proteins have been shown to boost your metabolism by 80 to 100 calories per day. High-protein consumption can also reduce your cravings and obsessive food thoughts, reduce the desire for late-night snacking by as much as half and make you so full that you, by default eat 440 fewer calories per day. When it comes to losing weight, protein is the king of nutrients. Keto diet helps you take in the right quality and quantity of proteins to ensure your energy levels are not compromised.


Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients because they perform hundreds of roles in the body. There is a fine line between getting enough of these nutrients and getting too much. Eating a keto diet remains the best way to get sufficient amounts of the vitamins and minerals you need.

Electrolytes

Electrolytes are vital for the normal functioning of the human body. Common electrolytes include sodium, potassium, calcium and bicarbonates. Keto diet helps your maintain a balanced electrolyte concentration in your body.