By eating foods that contain a lot of good fats, moderate proteins and little to no carbohydrates, your body gets into ketosis. The liver starts producing keto bodies, molecules that provide energy during periods of limited carbohydrate intake. As a result, the body's metabolism no longer focuses on burning glucose (the largest energy source from carbohydrates), but on burning fat. Additional benefits are that you are less hungry, have no fluctuations in blood sugar levels and do not lose muscle mass. 'The keto diet' contains more than 150 recipes and practical information about the ketogenic lifestyle. Martina Slajerova, founder of the KetoDiet blog, provides a complete guide to the keto diet, based on the most recent studies.