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Best diet for fitness: Keto or vegan?

Diet and exercise go hand in hand, and everyone’s got an opinion on food. Some swear by the very low-carb, moderate protein and incredibly high-fat ketogenic diet. On the other extreme, vegans opt for a plant-only diet which generally means higher carbs, lower fat and moderate to low protein. When it comes to building muscle and staying fit, which is best?

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Can a diet that is around 70 percent fat, 25 percent protein, and 5 percent carbs provide the energy necessary for fitness? Yes, because it’s not just a diet, it is also a radical switch in metabolism, from carb burning to fat burning. Muscle mass building may not be as fast as in a high protein diet, but stable sugar metabolism is a real bonus.

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Keto can work great if you do your homework. It's not all deep-fried butter. 

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No one argues vegans can’t be lean, but how muscular can they get? Apparently, plenty swole. There are lots of vegan protein sources, and with proper supplementation and good info, a plant-based beast is certainly possible. 

Plus, the fact that your diet is basically free of cholesterol will make your heart happy.

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Potatoes are vegan, right?

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Being vegan isn't for everyone.

FINAL RESULTS
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Best diet for fitness: Keto or vegan?
#TeamKeto
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamVegan
Garden of Life Raw Organic Fit Vegan Meal Replacement
Buy a vegan boost