2018 was supposed to be year of “The Dog,” but it’s turning out to be the year of the “High-fat Diet”. We have customers who are eating Paleo, Vegan, Pescatarian, Whole30, Atkins, Keto, Lectin-Avoidance/Plant Paradox, Mediterranean, Flexitarian, and the controversial new meat/fat only “Carnivore Diet”. Most companies are running around trying to develop products for each one, but not here at Skinny & Co. Why? Because our NutraLock™ Coconut Oil is already a perfect match for ALL of them. Nature gave us the perfect fat, so we ran with it.
We've never seen our bodies shed weight so easily.
A fundamental shift is happening in the “Diet” industry. Saturated fat, demonized by the FDA for over 40 years, is now “healthy” again as people realize low-fat diets are slowly killing them and the ones they love. Think about it, how many people do you know that lost weight on high-carb/low-fat diets? Probably very few, and with how unhealthy the world is nowadays, it’s not surprising that people are rebelling against “conventional” FDA wisdom. Many of us here at Skinny have been playing with a mixture of Keto and Dr. Gundry’s Plant Paradox diet, and you know what? We’ve never seen our bodies shed extra weight so easily. It turns out our bodies LOVE high-fat / low-carb diets.
Your body needs a minimum of one tablespoon of healthy saturated fats daily.
Which diet is the best? Well, everyone is so unique that the answer to that question is completely dependent on the individual. The best and most advanced option is to try www.Viome.com and have your gut flora tested, to see what is best for your body from a genetic point of view. Our bodies are highly adaptive and can work efficiently in a variety of dietary situations, but it’s up to you to find out which one your unique genetics need. One thing we can say for certain is that your body needs a minimum of one tablespoon of healthy saturated fats daily. So no matter what your diet or goals are, grab a spoon, grab that jar, and eat a dab of Skinny!
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