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Both approaches lead to weight loss, but when it comes to maintaining good health, feeling your best, and keeping the weight off after losing it—food quality matters. This is where the clean keto diet comes in. This guide covers the clean keto diet, its benefits, and tips on making it easy as possible for you. The Benefits of Clean KetoThe clean keto diet limits carbs to 20-50 grams daily so that the body can reach a metabolic state of ketosis. Unless a person follows a high-protein version of keto, protein is kept moderate while fats are always high (about 55-60% of your total calories).  On top of these macros, clean keto emphasizes the consumption of whole foods
or minimally processed foods. Processed foods are still allowed, but only occasionally—since some people can’t stick to a clean diet 100% of the time. We’ve previously discussed the differences between clean keto and dirty
keto in case you’re still deciding which approach to use as a beginner. While the dirty keto diet can still result in ketosis and weight loss (at least in the short term), clean keto is better for the following reasons:Micronutrient DensityYour bodycannot produce micronutrients—vitamins and minerals—which is why you need to get them from food. Whole foods are the best sources of micronutrients. On the other hand, food processing leads to the loss of certain
nutrients which are highly sensitive, such as ascorbic acid, folic acid, and thiamin.