Keto Chow is complete nutrition for Nutritional Ketosis. It's a drink mix that quickly and easily makes a complete keto meal. It's not meant to replace your bacon and steak. Rather, it's targeted to replace the mundane meals; running to a meeting, breakfast in the car, stuck in class, etc... By design, a serving of Keto Chow provides 1/3 of your daily needs of electrolytes, vitamins, protein and more. The aim is that you could replace all your meals without ill effect if you are so inclined, but most users replace 1-2 meals a day and have a fantastic keto meal with family or friends for the 3rd. It's also quite tasty with a range of great flavors. You combine the powdered mix with your own personal amount of heavy cream (and water) to get the calories you want, anywhere from 800 calories a day, up to 2200 calories. Many liken the taste and texture to melted ice cream or a milkshake. The full-flavored mixture of Keto Chow does contain whey protein and artificial sweeteners; if those are a concern for you there's also a "Base Powder" option that has the electrolytes and vitamins but not the flavor/protein/sweetener. You can mix our base powder with a protein powder and sweetener of your choice. Want easy, complete nutrition give Keto Chow a try!
Check out "Basics of Nutritional Ketosis – What is Keto, how to do it, how to succeed" for some great information.
People love Keto Chow over on Reddit! Check out This review, or this one, or this review. You can also search Reddit for "Keto Chow" or "KetoChow" (both sorted so the newest posts are always at the top).
You'll need to provide Heavy Cream, there's more info on the Preparation Instructions page.
You can check out the nutrition info and ingredients for the flavors.
- Salted Caramel
- Chocolate Peanut Butter
- Cookies & Cream
This recipe has the added benefit of being customizable for people with different caloric requirements. Without any cream it's right around 500 calories/day and still hits all the right nutrients except protein, and the different fatty acids. You can scale the calories from 1000 up to 5000 calories a day, there's a handy calculator (green button) on the Preparation Instructions page to help you out.
If you want to know more about keto diets, check out my blog posts on the subject. They start explaining what keto is and move on to my own experience doing ketogenic soylent.