The 7 Biggest Keto Mistakes (Avoid these Pitfalls) 2021

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The ketogenic way of eating is a very powerful way of eating that can reverse chronic disease and move you towards your ideal body weight. But, when you first start, it can be a little confusing. Best to learn the 7 biggest keto mistakes from me, than to commit them yourself.

By doing keto correctly you can return your body to the good health it was intended to have. Sadly, there are many different opinions of what you should and should not do. I want you to have success and happiness on your health journey and so I made this video for you. Please apply its principles, and share it with a friend because so many people are confused.

If you are not making the progress you expected with keto it is quite likely you are making one or more of the mistakes I discuss in this video. Better than to learn now so you can keep your progress going. When people see your progress and ask, “What are you doing?” you will be able to tell them the proper path to take.

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  1. i did keto then dipped into carnivore then went to anabolic.. well im now 230 little muscle… started doing keto… anabolic barely got 1800 calories.. since starting keto bam.. 2400 to 2800 calories.. 226g of fat……….. 150g of protein… my way.. i eat 2 meals a day within 8 hours of each other,, then no more food

  2. I have to buy the adkins or healthy meal frozen simply because keto takes soooo much time if your blessed enough to still be working you don't have time to take one hr to make tortilla shells then another half of hr to prepare cook the food. Or hrs to bake something with almond flour etc.

  3. I remember when I was 5 years old id put dirt and different rocks in my mouth and I would find one rock that tasted good/ rewarding my tastebuds/brain

    I Thought nothing of it for years but now im like its not even weird i probably needed more of a mineral that the rock contained Clearly*

  4. Other than my Keto coffee in the morning, I eat just two daily meals – around noon and 6:30 – so I’m in the right zone for intermittent fasting. My greatest challenge – RESIST SNACKING! Those few hours between dinner and bedtime, while i’m relaxed and winding down reading a book or watching tv, the urge to nibble is constant. I found myself completely avoiding carbs during the day so I could save up to snack in the evening. I figured a few dozen cheddar chips, a small scoop of M&Ms, or a tablespoon of peanut butter and a square of dark chocolate equal less than 20 carbs – I’d be safe. WRONG! Trust me, if you just say NO for a couple of weeks, the urge will subside.

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