I Tried the Keto Diet and Lost More Weight Than I Expected To I Tried the Keto Diet and Lost More Weight Than I Expected To Here's what happened when I committed to the high-fat, low-carb diet for two weeks. I'm not usually a fan of prescribed "diets"-I live by more of the anti-diet mantra. Call me jaded, but the word "diet" has a bit of a negative connotation these days, with "fad" and "restrictive" usually preceding it. So, when I had the chance to give Dr. Axe's new Keto360 program a two-week test run, I did some serious digging on the ketogenic diet and whether it's healthy. Here's what I learned about the keto diet: You essentially swap a high-carb diet, which most Americans tend to eat, for a diet that's very high in fat (the healthy kinds), moderate in protein, and very low in carbohydrates. The idea is that you change the source from which your body gets its energy (and burns calories) from glucose (from carbohydrates) to ketones (from fat). This shift doesn't happen after one bullet proof coffee , though. It usually takes a few days of eating this way for your body to reach ketosis-where it's looking to fat as its first source of fuel. Once there, though, your body "will be burning fat all the time," says Dr. Axe. "It doesn't matter if you're working out or sleeping, or what you're doing, your body continues to burn fat in ketosis." Check link in bio @ketobellytone #weightlosswell#weightlose#weightlos#weightlossdiary#weightlosstransformation#weightlosshelp#weightlossinspiration#weightlosstips#weightlossjourney2018#weightlossjourney#weightlossmeals#weightlossrecipes#slimmingworldweightloss#bellyfatburner#bellyfatloss#bellyfatblaster#ketotransformation#ketomadeeasy#keto#ketomeals#ketorecipes
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The number on the scale does NOT drastically change your happiness level 👇🏼 I shared a transformation photo yesterday showing my 60lb weight loss so far and I want to clarify a few things: 1. I was not unhappy at 275 lbs. Most would assume because of my massive weight gain in college that I had to have been depressed and was eating my feelings. Wrong. It’s quite the opposite. When I actually am unhappy, I eat nothing. The skinniest moment in my life was my saddest. It’s unhealthy but thankfully I’m usually an upbeat and happy person. I’d go out with friends to restaurants, hang out. Have a good time. And if you haven’t noticed, food/ drinks are what our social activity revolve around most of the time. It’s a slippery slope without self- control. . 2. My weight never defined me but it did define certain areas of my life. . 3. Was I uncomfortable? Yes. Physically it is uncomfortable being obese. That’s a fact. . 4. Honestly, it only happened once that I looked at myself and cried thinking, “How did I get here?! How did I let this happen?” The other 99% of the time, I was in denial. I’d look in the mirror and not see the 100+ lbs I gained. I was so addicted to food that I wouldn’t let myself see the problem. Denial lead me to be almost 300lbs. . 5. I still felt beautiful at 275lbs. Shocked? It’s okay I understand. Were there things I wanted to change? Yes but I knew I was still beautiful and was worthy of love. I was and continue to be a great friend, a thoughtful partner, and a passionate girl boss. Even at 275lbs. . 6. I’m so happy where I am now but I’ve still got a ways to go... like 70 more pounds til I’m at my goal weight. Will I be even more happy then? Maybe. More confident? For sure. But I’m not waiting until I’m 145lbs to be those things. I’ve found a way to sustainably get there eating healthier versions of my favorite food and not restricting but rather restraining. Still eating a burger and pizza from time
It's really hard to summarise @just_geen in a small insta caption. She is an inspiration to all of us. Even with all the restrictions that comes with been black in the fitness industry, @just_geen is unapologetically herself, not obeying with any rules or restrictions they have put for women like herself in the fitness industry. She continuously breaks those barriers. Leading the way for other black women.