Keto Chow – Keto Meal Replacement Shakes, Engineered Staple Food 2018-02-23T11:00:54+00:00
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Complete Nutrition for Nutritional Ketosis

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Optimized, Complete, Keto Nutrition

Keto Chow is a complete keto food designed to give you everything you need in a convenient, portable shake. Mix up a bunch, grab and go! No need to worry about electrolytes, carbs, vitamins, or macros. It’s dead-on every time with no fuss.

0g
Protein
0.9g
Total Carbs
0.58g
Net Carbs
0mg
Potassium
0mg
Sodium
0mg
Magnesium
0
Essential Vitamins
0
Amino Acids
Nutrition Information
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Ingredients
21 meal bags
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Individual Samples

For those that want to use their own protein/sweetener/flavor (or just to save on international shipping) we have Keto Chow Base Powder, we also have fish oil pills for Omega 3s, Blender Bottles for mixing, and Hydro Flasks for keeping your Chow cold.

How to prepare Keto Chow

Here’s the short version: Add 79ml of heavy cream to a shaker/blender bottle. Add 1 scoop of the Keto Chow powder, then fill the bottle to 16 ounces. Shake it up until all the powder is wet. Stick in your fridge, it needs a few hours (overnight is best).

For more detailed instructions, please visit the How to Prepare Keto Chow page.

Recent Blog Posts

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24Feb, 2018

Keto Chow 2.1 update – packaging is printing right now!

Like literally this very moment. One of the guys sent me a photo of the "Sample all the NEW things" bags that are on the press right now. There was a huge storm this weekend here and the media was delayed, a bunch of their production team came in today (Saturday) to get it rolling out in time. The way [...]

23Feb, 2018

Results and conclusions from 6 week fat experiment (42 days of Keto Chow)

https://youtu.be/IcGx5W7qcUk I have my analysis done on the data from my 6-week experiment doing Keto Chow for all my meals and swapping out different types of fats to see how they impact my lipid panels. It's all chronicled over on the page about the experiment, along with an extensive array of graphs and other fun stuff. I also proved that [...]

19Feb, 2018

Flavor of the Week February 19-25: 10% off sale on Salted Caramel 2.0 week packs

For the next week, you can get 10% off the 21 meal "week" size of Salted Caramel 2.0. Check out the flavor reviews of 2.0 Salted Caramel! Speaking of reviews, you should check out our store reviews on Google, and the reviews of Keto Chow. Here's a "taste": Keto Chow tastes great and is very satisfying to me. I like [...]

16Feb, 2018

42 Days of Keto Chow – Day 43 (done)

https://youtu.be/R2TDRjzbn3I Took my final blood test and had my final DEXA scan. I did some updates to the experiment page too. Should have the blood test results by Wednesday of next week.

15Feb, 2018

42 Days of Keto Chow – Day 42, done done done.

https://youtu.be/ubXCjmH0YCc Final day. Honestly could have gone longer if it wasn't for the stupid sugar this week, the rather bad tasting Macadamia nut oil, or the gastrointestinal duress of liquid coconut oil. I'm looking forward to going back to my preferred heavy cream and avocado oil mixture. These last 2 days I have had diarrhea, it might be from the [...]

Frequently Asked Questions

Keto in General

I’m going to steal this one right from the /r/keto FAQ:

All foods containing fat – even pure oils – contain a mixture of three kinds of fat:

  • saturated
  • polyunsaturated, and
  • monounsaturated.

Foods are often identified by their predominant fat; for example, olive oil as “monounsaturated” butter as “saturated” – but all real foods contain mixtures of the three.

All three types of fats are necessary and important to human health and should be incorporated into the diet in a balanced proportion. The question is, what ”is” balanced.

  • Saturated fat, particularly in the absence of high carbohydrate intake, is not dangerous to human health — on the contrary, when balanced with mono and poly-unsaturated fats in a controlled carbohydrate dietary environment, saturated fat may actually have real and measurable benefits in a number of different arenas. Saturated fat is quickly oxidized to energy, once you are keto adapted. So you can enjoy plenty of butter and animal fat guilt free. Interestingly, coconut oil is something very different: it consists of Medium Chain Triglycerids (MCT) which cannot be stored by the body, it has to immediately oxidize it. That means when you eat coconut oil, your body will immediately produce ketones, even when you are not keto-adapted. Nevertheless this does not mean you are getting all the metabolic advantages that you would get when keto-adapted state.
  • In addition, the benefits of monounsaturated fats (like olive oil) are well known and well documented.
  • Fats high in polyunsaturated fats, like vegetable oils, usually contain a lot of omega-6, and very little omega-3. The ideal ratio between omega-6 to omega-3 is 2:1 to 1:1, and in general this ratio is often 20:1 or even worse. It is therefore important to avoid oils high in omega-6, like corn or soy. Vegetable oils that are rich in omega-3 contains it in the form of ALA which the body has to convert to DHA and EPA to be of any use. The conversion is highly inefficient, so in practice ALA omega-3 rich vegetable oils like flaxseed oil or canola are no good choice either. The best way to get omega-3 is through fatty fish like salmon, or with a DHA + EPA supplement.

As a general rule of thumb, avoid fats high in omega-6, and run like hell from highly processed fat(anything that says “hardened”, or contains trans-fats) like margarine. Eat foods naturally high in fat like meat, fish, and nuts; use plenty of olive oil, butter. In fact 50% butter with 50% olive oil approximates quite closely the composition of body fat – meaning that this is the type of fat that the body can make best use off.

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