Get into Keto! By: Teresa Gomez
Nonfiction: Diet, E-book
E-book Count: 21
Book Count: 36
As I am going back on my diet, I thought I would look at a few books for reminders, hints, and new recipes. I should have known from the ! in the title that the reviews were not to be trusted. For one thing a book on this should understand the difference between nutritional ketoses and diabetic ketoacidosis. And the difference is more then dehydration. The list of foods has artificial sweeteners as both as something to avoid, eat with caution, and in half the recipes in the book. Also how many foods are labeled "hot dogs" besides hot dogs?