Most of the time, people fail on the ketogenic diet because they
just aren't prepared.
You see, Keto is really unlike any other way of eating. Typically,
with most diets,you can "cheat" on the diet and many times, it's
However, with most forms of Keto (minus those used by athletes),
the whole idea is to be ketogenic the whole time.
It's actually a
And almost everyone has to test themselves in the beginning to know
what "ketosis feels like", otherwise, you statistically will have more
carbs and protein than needed and never actually get into ketosis... which
Because of this, we encourage new Keto'ers (this means you!) to pick
up an intro or starter program on Keto... one that has daily step by step
"do this, not that". You really only need something that's 14 to 30 days
long and then you're in your groove and are set to go at it alone.
Fortunately, you can join our 28 Day Keto Challenge and have all this
done for you
Obviously, there are programs out there that do a great job as well.
The point is to get on something structured in the beginning.
Preferably with some help.
If you're serious.
If not and you're just interested in learning about Keto but not applying,
then you shouldn't worry about it. However, if you're after
results, the proven first steps are structure, habit, and help.
Remember, ketogenic diets are first and foremost, medical diets.
Typically done UNDER SUPERVISION
and for good reason.
It can be difficult to start and sustain.
Nevertheless, no good thing comes easy. Just make sure to stack the
chips in your favor.
Always remember this.