What Happens if You Eat Nothing But Bacon for 30 Days Straight ?

If you think that bacon is a gift from the gods, pretty much like the biggest part of the population, we might have just the right thing for you.

A ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that promotes weight loss and brings some amazing health benefits (including protection against Alzheimer’s, diabetes, cancer and epilepsy), according to a number of studies.

The name comes from ketones, the chemical substances made when the body breaks down fat for energy. One of the main factors that make the ketogenic diet superior to its low-fat counterpart is the combination of increased protein intake and lowered blood sugar levels. And the best thing about it is that you can lose a significant amount of weight while enjoying your favorite foods!

Not so long ago, a true hero named Dan Quibell tried the most extreme version of the ketogenic lifestyle – he ate bacon for 30 days straight. Sounds awesome?

That’s because it really is. Not only he enjoyed this diet tremendously, he actually lost 20 pounds and felt great during the whole experiment. But Dan is not the only one who believes in this tasty concept – the idea is quickly gaining a massive followership on social media. Check out

The Bacon Experiment, an active Facebook group dedicated to the benefits of the revolutionary “bacon diet“.

As crazy as it may seem to the traditional conception of dieting, eating fat does not make you fat. Traditional diets have failed us all far too many times, while a high-fat diet can actually help you eliminate your body fat and preserve lean muscle mass.

But don’t take our word for it – there are plenty of scientific studies and recorded personal experiences that may convince you to give the low-carb & high-fat approach the chance it deserves. Perhaps eating only bacon is a bit too much, but there are a lot of more balanced ways to introduce the ketogenic diet into your life.

In the meanwhile, read the detailed inspirational interview (taken from ketogasm) with Dan Quibell here:


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