If weight loss is a goal of yours and you’re doing your research, you’re probably finding articles on endless diet strategies—from going vegan to intermittent fasting to Noom. And of course, the keto diet is one of those buzzy eating methods that never seems to go away. In fact, there are more versions of keto than ever, from targeted keto to cyclic keto. The benefits of this low-carb lifestyle change has been touted by celebrities like Halle Berry, Kourtney Kardashian, and Megan Fox. But it’s the real-person transformations that will really shock you they may even tempt you into stocking up on avocados, lean meats, and cheese the next time you’re at the grocery store. A little background on the keto diet ICYMI: Keto, for starters, is short for ketogenic —and the diet promotes weight loss by being low in carbohydrates, high in protein, and moderately high in fat. If you need help picturing what a typical keto dinner looks like, think a salmon filet plated with a mound of broccoli and a drizzle of olive oil.
But do they do more harm than good? In fact, the fitness and wellness site has posted around 50 stories about her since July This is the truth and reality of what us women go through after having a baby. Exhausted, in love I remember taking that pic just so I could remember my beautiful amazing body that just birthed a queen.
Companies and advertisers know how convincing they can be, but the rub is that they can be false advertising and also maybe make people feel bad about themselves. So grateful for the energy and focus I’m feeling these days. A post shared by keto. The feeling of not being enough as you are. In the meantime, here’s a few inspirational keto diet before-and-after photos. A post shared by JP keto. Today 2 years ago I decided to try the keto diet and I have never looked back. Only moving forward.