Despite the effectiveness of the keto diet, most people want even faster results. In this article, you’ll be given 5 tips that when combined with the keto diet will accelerate your weight loss.Read more
Eating needs to stop being about calories and weight loss or gain. It should be fun, easy-to-understand. It should be more about having that sense of enjoyment and freedom from the pressure of calorie-counting.Read more
Usually when people face setbacks with the keto diet, they’re probably flouting one of the rules without realizing it. In this article, we’ll look at a few reasons why your weight loss is not happening even though you’re on a keto diet.Read more
To reach a state of ketosis, you’ll need to train your body to burn fat for fuel. The best way to do that will be to get most of your calories from fat.Read more
To be on a keto diet means that you’re going to be eating fatty foods all the time. About 75% to 80% of your calories will come from fat. Initially, this may seem like fun. You get to eat all the bacon you want.Read more
It takes about 5 to 7 days for the human body to go into ketosis.
During this stage and process, there will be a few ‘repercussions’ and changes that you can expect to see.
Do not worry about weight loss or calorie counts and all the other noise that only serves to distract you.
Only focus on ketosis and maintaining it. They say that it takes 21 days to form a habit.
In reality, it can take up to 66 days or longer to form a habit.
Unlike conventional diets that require you to adjust your macronutrient intake, the gluten-free diet requires you to only do one thing – eliminate consumption of ALL foods that contain gluten.Read more
Gluten has developed a very bad reputation over the past few years.
With all the talk about genetically modified foods and other issues, there have been a lot of misconceptions that are being passed around as facts.
Gluten is NOT bad and only affects those who are sensitive to it.
There are several health issues (symptoms) that can arise when you have celiac disease.
While not everyone may have celiac disease, you can still be non-celiac gluten intolerant.
That basically means you’ll display similar symptoms, just not as severe.