Keto Diet Food List for Beginners

Keto Diet Food List for Beginners

Ketogenic Diet Vs. Low Carb: Is There A Difference?
While all ketogenic diets are low carb, not all low carb diets are ketogenic.

The keto diet is a low carb diet that is based on the process of ketosis-a metabolic state in which your body uses ketones for fuel instead of glucose. For your body to reach a state of ketosis, carbohydrate (carb) intake must be limited to under 20 net carbs per day. (Sometimes a range of 25-30 net carbs works-it all depends on your body. Example: Your current weight, activity level, and gender all play a part in determining the number).

A Low Carb Diet is not based on ketosis & requires you to keep your carb intake to under 50 net carbs per day.

Keto Diet Food List for Beginners

Keto Meal Plans & Keto Diet Recipes: The Best Ketogenic Diet Beginner’s Resource

Welcome to The Best Ketogenic Diet Beginner’s Resource! Here you’ll find several keto meal plans, as well as keto diet recipes & tips to get started on a low carb diet!

What Can I Eat On The Ketogenic Diet?
You can find a very detailed list of all the foods you can eat on the keto diet on the Keto Shopping List & you can print a copy for future reference.

Keto Meal Plans & Keto Diet Recipes: The Best Ketogenic Diet Beginner’s Resource

Normal Lab Values Cheat Sheet for NCLEX: Lab Values from A to Z

Normal Lab Values Cheat Sheet for NCLEX: Lab Values from A to Z

It is important for you to remember normal lab values because they might be included in questions throughout the test.

  • The most common lab values student nurses need to know for the NCLEX.
  • Use it to study or keep on your clipboard to reference while at a clinical site.

Normal Lab Values Cheat Sheet for NCLEX: Lab Values from A to Z

Chest X-Ray Spot Diagnosis Chart: Abnormal Heart

Chest X-Ray Spot Diagnosis Chart: Abnormal Heart

Very Important for Health Professional working in Radiology Cardiology ER Nursing

In diagnosing heart disease, a chest X-ray (also called chest film) uses a very small amount of radiation to produce an image of the heart, lungs, and chest bones on film.

In congestive heart failure X-ray can show heart enlargement, fluid in the lungs, and lung disease.

Chest X-Ray Spot Diagnosis Chart: abnormal Heart Radiology Cardiology Emergency Nursing

Symptoms of Left Atrial Enlargement can happen at any age and may include: Shortness of breath. Swelling of your legs. Fatigue. Weight gain. Fainting.

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NCLEX Question of the Day – 03.28.17

NCLEX Question of the Day – 02.12.17