What Are You Doing Wrong? Let’s Look at It:
- Carb intake is too high
- Protein intake is either too low or too high
- Carb cheating
- Calorie intake is too high
Are you guilty of doing one of the following above?
If you are, don’t beat yourself up over it because I am going to show you how you can get your body into the ketosis state and maintain it so you meet your weight loss goals through my book called “The Keto Guidebook: Your Guide to Perfecting Your Eating Habits,” and your first lesson starts now.
To perfect your eating habits, your micronutrient intake, made up of fat, proteins, and carbohydrates, must be on point. It should be within these ranges:
- Fat – 60% to 75% calories
- Protein – 15% to 30% calories
- Carbohydrates – 5% to 10% calories
Most often, it’s not, leading you to either not lose weight at all or lose weight in the first few months and then go cold — no weight loss at all! You’re unable to maintain that success rate of losing weight because your body goes out of the ketosis state and you know why — because you thought it was okay to reward yourself with a chocolate cake when it wasn’t okay at all…at least not just yet.
Your reward just opened the flood gates to your body’s old energy source and it couldn’t help, but use it instead of fat, resulting in stalled weight loss and an unhappy you!
This is why the keto diet didn’t work for you, but I know for a fact that it does and I have the evidence to proof it! In my keto diet ebook, I have mentioned several benefits of the low-carb and high-fat diet so let’s look at a few of them to get you onboard to give this diet another go.