Ketogenic diets are gaining popularity, and are now becoming more common in the US, according to a new study.
Researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois say the diet will be a boon to the health of the American diet.
The ketogenic diet, or low-carbohydrate, or ketogenic, is a diet that uses low-fat and low-calorie foods.
According to the report, Americans consume an average of about 15,000 calories a day.
If they were eating the typical American diet, researchers say, it would take more than 3,500 pounds of meat and 1,000 pounds of potatoes to meet that requirement.
The researchers say the ketogenic food options will help reduce overall caloric intake, and they say they have already seen a reduction in the number of obese people.
The new study is the first to show that ketogenic diets will be successful in reducing the number and types of chronic diseases and obesity in people.
Researchers say the diets can help reduce chronic diseases, but they say the new diet has its limitations.
The researchers say that the diet can be very expensive, and people will have to make adjustments to their diets, but overall, it’s an exciting new research area.
The diet is currently available in about 40 countries and has been gaining popularity among health professionals in the past few years.
A recent report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that people in the United States were eating about 8,300 calories a week, or about one third of the daily requirement.