Keto is Working, with a few tweaks.

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Hey, it’s time for an update on how my wife and I are doing on Keto. Short version: both of us are having great success. I’m not going to post any photos just yet, because I don’t like this mid program photo idea. It’s just me. I’m weird.

Right now, I weigh less than I have since the year 2000. I weigh 249 lbs. Yikes. I still have more than 60 pounds to go. That’s why I don’t want to take photos yet. And my wife is weighing less than she has in about that long. This program is a winner.

As hinted at in the title, we have had to make some tweaks. I’m not going to go into great detail, but I have some health issues that require meds that affect my bowels. Eating the few carbs we are allowed has been problematic, and exacerbated the problem. So we have made some minor adjustments in the food we allow ourselves to eat. We have added some things allowed on the South Beach Diet. We will, occasionally, allow some brown rice or whole grain pasta. And once or twice a week, I will have some oatmeal in the morning.

On days when we add some of those items, I reduce my calorie intake. I will ensure that I have less than 1900 calories on those days. Since we are very fat adapted, sometimes we don’t even go out of Ketosis, which is a big plus, but even when we do, we’re back in after a single night of fasting.

That reminds me, we are practicing intermittent fasting. We don’t eat between 8 pm and noon. It took me a while to get adjusted, because I’m a breakfast lover. My wife has done this for years, so for her it was no big deal.

I just want to say, if you are afraid to try this program, don’t be. It’s awesome. And if you want, you can try the South Beach Diet. It has been modified to be very Keto friendly. The main thing is, seriously, cut the sugar out of your diet. Completely. That alone will make incredible changes. And processed flour along with white rice and white pasta. Get rid of those processed foods. Do it today. You’ll be glad you did.

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