Silicon Valley's favorite diet is now available in a three-day meal kit that costs $210 - we gave it a try
A low-carb, high-fat diet that's been described as "Atkins on steroids" is gaining momentum in Silicon Valley. The ketogenic diet - "keto" for short - encourages eating bacon, butter, eggs, nuts, avocados, and other healthy fats, and tech workers say it super-charges the human body.
Eat lots of fat might sound great, but the keto diet is harder to maintain than you might expect.Urban Remedy , an organic food company that sells r eady-to-eat meals, juices, and snacks in the Bay Area and online, launched a pre-made keto meal kit to help people dive in.
The plan includes three days' worth of low-carb, high-fat meals, so customers don't have to keep track of their carbohydrate intake in the early days of the diet. The plan costs $210.
I am an experienced keto-dieter, and I decided to give Urban Remedy's Keto Meal Plan a try. Here's how it went.