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Aug 15th '19, 08:26 AM  
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Tips needed

I am looking to lose weight for health benefits. Wondering if people can share some tips with me
Aug 15th '19, 11:56 AM  
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Hi, rickoshey here,
spreading news on how one can burn fat in your body.
The keto, or ketogenic, diet is growing in popularity. It focuses on eating almost no carbs. Instead, you replace your daily calories with fat and protein to encourage your body to enter a state called ketosis, where it starts to burn fat for energy.
While this sounds like the ideal weight loss plan, it can be challenging to understand or even to know where to start. What do you need to know about the keto diet before you decide to try it out?
The keto diet requires a change in your mindset. The entire basis of keto is that you maintain perpetually low carb levels so that your body has no choice but to burn fat for energy. This, in turn, can help you lose weight as your body turns to your internal fat stores to keep you moving. It’s called a diet, but it’s more of a lifestyle change.

How do you reduce your regular carb intake while still enjoying the foods you love? Start paying attention to the carbs in everyday meals. Things like natural fats — butter, various oils — and meats have no carbs per 100 grams. Many kinds of cheese also have zero carbs – be sure to check the label. Eggs usually have one carb per 100 grams, and vegetables that are above ground have anywhere from one to five carbs.
On the other side of the spectrum, you’ll want to avoid things that have too many carbs. Pasta, bread and most sweets are anathemas on the keto diet. You can eat an entire day’s worth of carbohydrates in a single protein bar.
So what do you want to eat? Eggs are an excellent option for the keto diet. Each egg contains 13 percent of your daily recommended protein intake, based on a 2,000-calorie diet, in addition to 5 grams of fat and tons of vitamins and minerals. Also, lean proteins like chicken, turkey and red meats are low-carb options that can help you meet both your fat and protein macros for the day.
Don’t neglect your vegetables and fruits. Veggies that grow above ground have very few carbs per serving. Further, they are chock full of healthy fiber that helps reduce your daily net carb intake.
While the keto diet can be a great way to lose weight, it’s not for everyone. Doctors don’t recommend this extremely low-carb diet for pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers.

Make sure you talk to your doctor before you make any major changes to your diet to make sure you’re healthy enough for this kind of lifestyle change. The goal is to get healthier, not make yourself sick trying to lose weight.
Jan 16th '20, 05:59 AM  
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Tips needed

The Keto Diet isn’t really proving to be a healthy choice...although you’ll definitely lose weight. It isn’t heart healthy for one.
I personally like and can live with Intermittent Fasting...I’ll go a day here and there throughout the week and not eat, then when I do eat-I’ll eat once a day eating pretty much what I want. I get full quickly because my stomach shrinks from the days I don’t eat. I’ve cut out sodas replacing them with unsweetened tea with lemon, fizzy water and water.
I use Stevia instead of sugar...IF I need to salt something which is rare I use Pink Himalayan Sea Salt or Black Pepper.
I drink Amazing Green drinks several times a week which cuts my cravings.
I take supplements for hair, skin and nails,
Phytoceramides, choline for liver and brain along with b12, C and D3 with M2K
Lysine and probiotics. I also take 2 shots of Apple Cider Vinegar.
That’s pretty much my regime.
Not much to think about.
It keeps me stable and if I overindulge it gets me back stable again.

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I do try the apple cider vinegar but give up to quickly because I never look forward to the taste
Jan 16th '20, 15:44 PM  
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I mix mine with a little apple juice to kill the taste Horrible, but the benefits are so Good. The apple juice really helps!

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