The average person on the SAD diet (Standard American Diet) eats around 225 grams of carbs every day. A keto diet limits this to less than 50 grams. This forces the body to switch to a “fat adapted” state where it relies on fat stores instead of carbs for energy. You will find more energy as your body can tap into its stores (your fat) at any time. Enjoy a constant, steady stream of KETO energy instead of dips throughout the day because you’re not spiking your blood sugar levels. But to get to this glorious point, you need to make the transition from relying on carbs for fuel to running on fat.