NEWSCENE ENTREPRENEURSHOP CORNER. . . (From left) Tabitha “Tudy” Jones (left standing) shares tips on how to lose weight through Keto dieting at a Keto Food Tasting event she held on January 4th. Pictured are Keto gumbo (top center) and Keto waffles and chicken (top right). Event attendees discovered Keto is more than just salad, cheese and meat. (Bottom right) Keto giblet gravy, Keto collard greens, Keto dressing, and Keto smoked turkey. Pictures By Tonya Love and Story By Dr. Yvonne D. Nelson Research has revealed that many epilepsy patients can find relief in the form of heightened, and in some cases, full control of B. their seizures by switching to a ketogenic diet. Developed in the 20s by Dr. Hugh Conklin, the diet began to be relied on less frequently as more effective medications to control seizures were developed. The ketogenic diet is not only useful for people with a variety of neurological disorders. The high-fat diet provides just the right amount of protein to sustain a normal person's body maintenance and growth and has very low amounts of carbohydrates. On January 4, 2020, Tabitha "Tudy" Jones hosted a Keto Food Tasting event for a group of friends and relatives. The event, featuring samples of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert entrees, was designed to show non-Keto participants that Keto is more than just salad, cheese, and meat. "The Keto way of life is restricted from some high carb food items, but Keto food can still be enjoyable," said Jones. "Keto is not only an accelerated weight loss program. It can also benefit those with diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and a number of other ailments. Although it is not a cure for all it is a step in the right direction." Some people liken the Keto diet to the Atkins diet plan which is a low-carbohydrate diet usually recommended for weight loss. Proponents of both plans claim that as long as you avoid eating foods high in carbohydrates, like sugar, soda, pastries, and white bread, you can still lose weight eating as much protein and fat as you want. "The sample products were prepared with a bit of soul to include chicken and Keto waffles, collard greens, Keto cornbread, smoked turkey, Keto dressing, spinach and cream cheese pork loin, and a few additional dishes," said Jones. "We use good fats like olive oil, real butter, cheese, eggs, and avocados. It is my mission to help people maintain their good health or to help them to journey to their particular destination in life." To learn more about the Keto diet through Jones, you can enroll in her "Keto Meal Pre-2-Week" trial program featuring five (5) meals each week for $130 bi-weekly. At the end of your trial period, you are responsible for deciding whether or not you want to continue. Those who chose to continue can do so at the regular bi-weekly rate of $150 for the five (5) meals. "This program requires time and commitment to be successful, but what else do you have to lose except weight?" said Jones. "We hope you’re ready... Happy Ketoing!" For more information, call or text (901) 634-7865. 16

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