Keto Diet not Working for You? Try this Secret to Make it Easy.
What is a Keto Diet?
What Foods Can I Eat on a Keto Diet, and What Food is Off-Limits?
- Fish, seafood, meat
- Vegetables that grow above ground
- Cheese and eggs
- Natural fats
- i.e (butter, olive oil, etc.)
- Pasta, rice, potatoes
- Beer, Soda, Juice
- Bread, Cakes, Donuts, etc.
- Candy, Chocolate, etc.
What’s The Big Hype? Why is It Supposed to Work?
How Do You Know When You’re in Ketosis?Urine test strips are available, like the ones below, that will give you a reading letting you know when your body has reached a ketogenic state, or is in “ketosis“.
If It Sounds So Simple, Why Are So Many People Falling Off?
Because it’s hard!The Keto diet’s original purpose was not for weight loss, but to treat epilepsy in children. Those on the diet had to be monitored strictly by a physician. So even if you think you’re following the rules of the diet, as it turns out, you may not be. According to my research, it is extremely difficult to get your body into a state of ketosis on your own through diet alone, and even if you do get to ketosis, you may not be there long enough to burn much fat.
So What’s The Secret?
Oh, I Forgot The Best Part…
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A Note To My Readers:
When I started Women Over Fifty Network I made a promise to myself that if I found a product that made my life easier, or in this case improved it, I would share it with you in hopes of it making your lives better. This is hands down one of those products.
I will never recommend a product I don’t use myself, or a product with which I haven’t personally had results.
Stay tuned for my next post about my experience with pure therapeutic ketones.