You may have noticed some new meals on our menu labeled as “Keto Reset.” This is our next rev down the path of better keto support.
Several months ago, we launched a limited menu of keto-friendly meals to support customers adopting a high-fat diet.
We received feedback from the keto community that these meals, while compliant in terms of carbohydrates, weren’t quite meeting their other macro needs. Customer feedback is a critical component of our recipe development process, so we took a step back to reevaluate our support for the keto community.
Through that step back, we’ve articulated our company’s Stance on Keto and developed our new Keto Reset program – our improved support for those interested in, or currently eating a ketogenic-style diet.
You may notice a shorter rotation for these meals than our core menu offering. Our keto reset is a 3-week recurring filter. Our menu design is supportive of our belief that a ketogenic diet, for the majority of us, is a short-term shift in eating patterns, not a lifelong diet. Currently, in those three weeks, you can get up to 5 different meals each week to help support your keto journey*.
Our Keto Reset meals will help you transition into ketosis in a way that aligns with our core nutritional values.
- Our keto meals hover around 70% fat, 20% or less protein, and 10% carbs, with an upper limit of 15g net carbs for both the boost and standard size.
- Aligned with our core menu foundation, our keto reset meals remain free of gluten and dairy-containing ingredients.
- We intentionally chose to include plenty of non-starchy vegetables to ensure that our keto community continues to meet their micronutrient needs.
*Currently, we offer 5 meals per week on our Keto Reset menu. As we continue to develop our keto support, our aim is to provide the highest quality meals possible that fit into the ketogenic diet nutritional parameters. With feedback from our keto community, we’re working towards increasing the breadth of our keto compliant menu.
New to keto? First, take a look at our keto basics post. Then, follow the steps below to ease your body into a fat-adaptive mode and then into a long-term sustainable strategy moving forward:
STEP 1: WEEK 1-2
Cut out processed foods and sugars. Basically, avoid things that come in a box. Pair this with our Paleo or No-preference menu filter. Stay here for 1-2 weeks.
STEP 2: WEEK 3
Switch to our Low-carb menu filter. Our low-carb meals cut out starchy vegetables and gluten-free grains, with an upper limit of 25g total carbohydrates for all meal sizes. This will further reduce your carbohydrate intake, so your body adjusts to using less carbs and more fats for fuel. Stay here for another week.
STEP 3: WEEK 4-7
Enter our 3-week keto reset filter. These meals go even lower in carbs and even higher in fat to help you reach ketosis. A critical component of this reset is making sure you’re actually hitting your macronutrient requirements and testing your ketone levels. Tracking your food intake is necessary, at least at the beginning, and we have an easy way to help you do that with our My Fitness Pal get started guide.
STEP 4: WEEK 8
Revert back to our low-carb filter, strategically adding in more carbs so that you can see how your body tolerates specific amounts. Our low carb filter provides enough variety and flexibility that you can maintain it long-term.
Questions on our Keto Reset filter? Drop them below and we’ll answer them.