What is the
Ketogenic Diet?

The Ketogenic diet, Keto for short, is a diet that promotes the metabolic formation of ketone bodies which cause the body to use stored fat, rather than carbohydrates and glucose (sugar) as its principal energy source

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How does it work?

The ketogenic diet is a low carb, moderate protein, and high healthy fat diet (LCHF) which puts the body into a metabolic state known as ketosis. When you’re body is in a state of ketosis, the liver produce ketones which become the main energy source for the body. The ketones convert fat into energy.

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Our Goal!

The goal of the Ketosis Roadmap Team is to guide you on your journey to being healthy. We wish to help you overcome any health challenge you face by lending support by providing you the tools to be successful, sharing healthy recipes and meal plans, and giving you one on one coaching if you want to maximize your health.

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Our Story

Our journey is similar to many others, it starts with a desire to be healthy and to feed our families healthily. Heather and I are both moms with large families, and lots of responsibilities. We both, like many of you, want to do what is best for our families so we began researching healthier ways of eating. Keto was that answer for us.


My Story

Hi, my name is Dana Choate. I am a wife, mother of 8 children, and a Health and Wellness Coach. I am also a medical and nutrition student. I am always studying how holistic medicine and nutrition work together to help people overcome various diseases and health problems. During my journey I have learned many tools to assist with weight loss and would love the opportunity to share those with you during a FREE consultation. If your interested and want to take advantage of this FREE opportunity email me at healthcoach.ketosisroadmap@gmail.com

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Blog Posts

  1. Flaxseed Oil on a Ketogenic Diet (here)
  2. Instructions for Bone Broth Fast (here)
  3. Just say NO….to Sugar!! (here)
  4. Keto Acronym Cheat Sheet (here)
  5. Ketosis Roadmap Food Guide (here)