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Fresh Keto Meals,
at Your Door Daily

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Our Food

Natural, delicious food that tastes like home

Have you ever been on a diet and you're either not losing weight, or your tired of the same food that you have to reheat after being in your fridge for two-three days?

The Keto Kitchen Miami has entered the chat... We serve delicious fresh food, daily!

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Quality Ingredients

We use only organic, top ingredients for each and every meal.

Balanced Meals

We curate your customized plan to your personal caloric intake (macros).

Order On the Go

We cook and deliver fresh everyday.

New Store Front

You can reserve to pick up a meal from our new store front.

What is Keto?

  • Keto refers to the ketogenic diet.

  • A ketogenic diet is very low in carbohydrates, moderate in protein, and high in dietary fat. 

  • The ketogenic diet was originally designed in the 1920s for patients with epilepsy, as a treatment option to help reduce their seizures.

  • Many of those patients on a keto diet also experienced other health benefits, like lowered body fat, stabilized blood sugar, lower cholesterol, and reduced hunger.

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What are Macros?

  • On a high carb low fat diet (HCLF), many people follow an 80/10/10 ratio: 80% carbs, 10% fat, 10% protein.

  • A competitive bodybuilding diet is typically higher in carbs, lower in fat, and moderate in protein to build muscle, but becomes much more high protein closer to their competition when they need to lean out.

  • A ketogenic diet is around 70% fat or more, moderate in protein, and only about 5-10% carbs. This keto ratio isn’t set in stone—it will vary based on the individual’s body, their carbohydrate tolerance, and their insulin resistance. One person may be able to eat more carbs than another person, but still be in nutritional ketosis.

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Calories on Keto

  • Calories provide fuel for our bodies.

  • Macros, or macronutrients, are what provide our bodies with those calories, in the form of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

  • Your daily carbs + protein + fat = 100% of your calories. The ratio of macronutrients that add up to that 100% will vary from person to person, based on what they eat.

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