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Studies show natural saturated fat can be beneficial and neither dietary cholesterol nor saturated fat have any significant effect on the risk of heart disease. Dietary cholesterol also has little to no impact on blood serum cholesterol, so you can eat that delicious omelet without worrying about heart disease and cholesterol.  Mounting evidence reveals low-carb and ketogenic diets improve the risk factors of heart disease by decreasing triglycerides, increasing the HDL (good) cholesterol, lowering blood pressure, decreasing insulin resistance and inflammation, and more!There Aren’t Enough Healthy Plant Foods on KetoLow-carb doesn’t mean no carb. You can eat lots of low-carb veggies, nuts, seeds, and other nutritious, flavorful plant foods on keto. Plant foods contain
advantageous compounds like antioxidants. While some people choose a carnivore keto approach that excludes
or minimizes plant foods, others follow a vegetarian or varied omnivore style of eating.