KETOTARIAN®
By DR. WILL COLE

The plant-forward version of ketogenic eating with no meat or dairy.

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Lose Weight, Fight Inflammation, Reclaim Your Health and Energy with this 100% Plant Based Plan

KETOTARIAN®
BY DR. WILL COLE

Use fat as fuel with this plant forward meal plan. Optimize your body with a wide variety of vegetables, sustainable seafood, farm eggs, and healthy fats.

THE GREENER, SUSTAINABLE WAY TO REACH KETOSIS

We partnered with functional medicine expert, Dr. Will Cole, to deliver Ketotarian® The Meal Plan - a way of eating that takes the best of plant-based and keto diets to create a plan that provides all the health and weight-loss benefits both. This plan incorporates a wide variety of nutrient rich vegetables, sustainable seafood, organic farm eggs, and healthy fats to nourish and transition your body into a state of ketosis.

“I have spent years treating patients for their health issues, and I have witnessed firsthand just how powerful food can be in either fueling disease or facilitating optimal health. The beauty of the Ketotarian® diet is that it takes the benefits of the ketogenic diet, but emphasizes natural whole plant foods”

DR. WILL COLE

WHAT IS KETOTARIAN®

Ketotarian® is designed in collaboration with functional medicine expert, Dr. Will Cole, and our founder and chef, Tricia Williams, an expert in the fields of Nutrition and Holistic Health. Ketotarian® takes the science of ketogenic and vegetarian diets to create a plan to optimize your cells, your gut health and your overall health. A plant-forward program, without dairy or meat, this plan incorporates a wide variety of nutrient rich vegetables, sustainable seafood, organic farm eggs, and healthy fats to nourish and transition your body into a state of ketosis.

When your body switches from burning sugar to burning fat through the production of ketones, your body activates a pathway to reduce inflammation through inhibiting inflammatory pathways in the body.

Dr. Will Cole developed the principles to Ketotarian®; Daily Dose brings the plan to life via a culinary experience that makes healthy, fat-burning food as delicious as it is scientific.

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THE KETOTARIAN® MEAL PLAN BY DR. WILL COLE

In partnering with Dr. Will Cole, we brought Ketotarian® to life via a perfectly balanced, farm to table meal delivery service. Our shared view is that the foods you put into your system have the power to optimize your health and your body.

“I am so excited to partner with Dr. Will Cole on the Ketotarian Meal Plan. We are seeing amazing results with our customers, from weight loss, reduced inflammation and reduction of systems in chronic diseases. ”

Tricia Williams

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“ Dr. Will Cole shows us how to invest in ourselves thru proper diet and nutrition. After all, health is wealth. What a beautiful way to take care of our future today."

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"The science developing around Keto is exciting, so having someone as knowledgeable as Will write Ketotarian® is essential for embracing keto in a plant-based way."

Jason Wachob
founder and CEO of mindbodygreen

"Before Daily Dose, I had never seen a food plan the combines organic ingredients, keto, AND plant based. Plus, it’s absolutely delicious, with unique flavors and combinations. Grateful to have found a meal plan that is plant-focused and doesn’t spike my blood glucose.”

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Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder
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Dr. Will Cole is a leading functional medicine expert named one of the top 50 functional-medicine and integrative doctors in the nation. Dr.Cole specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing a functional medicine approach for a wide range of health issues.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DOES THIS DIFFER FROM OTHER KETOGENIC DIETS?

The conventional ketogenic diet can be extremely heavy in meat and dairy. This doesn’t take into account the sensitivities people have to these foods. It can also ostracize anyone who would rather follow a more plant-based diet. Too much meat and dairy, especially lower quality or industrially produced versions, can be inflammatory. The Ketotarian® diet, leverages all of the benefits of eating a high-fat diet without the often-inflammatory effects of dairy and conventional, processed meats (which have been linked to cancer when consumed in high amounts). It’s keto for everyone.

SO WHY NOT JUST EAT VEGAN OR VEGETARIAN?

The Ketotarian® diet not only beats the conventional ketogenic diet for anti-inflammatory power, but also avoids the common mistakes Dr. Cole sees many well-intentioned vegans and vegetarians making. At their core, totally plant-based diets can lead to more environmentally friendly eating habits and can have intensive detoxification properties, help fight cancer, and keep blood sugar under control. However, as with the ketogenic diet, people often don’t practice these diets precisely. Far too often that many vegetarians and vegans become “carbotarians”. The result over time can be severe deficiencies of vital nutrients, as well as dangerous levels of inflammation.

WHY IS THE KETOTARIAN® DIET SO GOOD AT FIGHTING INFLAMMATION?

The Ketotarian® diet is particularly good at quelling that inflammation storm. Research has shown that specifically eating a high-fat diet devoid of plant fiber actually increases inflammation. By putting your body into a state of ketosis through a Ketotarian® diet, you reduce inflammation by up-regulating the pathway responsible for antioxidant gene induction, as well as turning on genes responsible for the health and function of your detoxification pathways. You’ll also promote healthier cell function.

WHY IS THE KETOTARIAN® DIET SO GOOD AT FIGHTING INFLAMMATION?

The Ketotarian® diet is particularly good at quelling that inflammation storm. Research has shown that specifically eating a high-fat diet devoid of plant fiber actually increases inflammation. By putting your body into a state of ketosis through a Ketotarian® diet, you reduce inflammation by up-regulating the pathway responsible for antioxidant gene induction, as well as turning on genes responsible for the health and function of your detoxification pathways. You’ll also promote healthier cell function.

WHY IS THE KETOTARIAN® DIET SO GOOD AT BALANCING BLOOD SUGAR?

The typical American eats and drinks an average of 130 pounds of added sugar every year. Some of it from obvious sources but much of it from hidden sources. Most people today eat so much sugar and so many carbohydrates that we end up with blood glucose levels that are dangerously high, since our body doesn’t need nearly that much fuel.
High blood sugar is toxic and it can lead to serious health issues. In addition, any sugar the body can’t burn gets stored as fat around your liver, stomach, and in circulating fat (known as triglycerides). Burning sugar as your primary source of energy is like using dirty fuel: You have to refuel often (or you will get “hangry” on that blood sugar roller coaster).You don’t have to get stuck on the blood-sugar roller coaster. Instead, you could be burning fat. Fat-burning is a more efficient fuel source for your metabolism.

WHAT ARE KETONES?

A by-product of fat metabolism is ketones, which your body and brain can use as a slow-burning, efficient source of fuel. This allows you to consume far fewer carbohydrates while simultaneously increasing your energy. Less blood sugar means less insulin, and as insulin levels fall and your body requires energy, your liver produces ketones to fuel your body. Your brain can also use ketones as an alternative fuel source when blood levels of ketones are high enough to cross the blood-brain barrier.

IS IT HEALTHY TO EAT THAT MUCH FAT?

Your brain is comprised of 60 percent fat. At birth, many of us relied on fat in the form of breast milk for brain development and energy. And for those who drank formula, MCT oil (derived from coconut and palm oil) is added to most formulas as a source of healthy fats. In order for the brain to work optimally, it needs a lot of energy, and from an evolutionary and biological standpoint, the most sustainable form of energy comes from healthy fats.

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