September 27, 2016

Why Am I Not in Ketosis Yet?

Are you having trouble getting into ketosis?

Do you feel like nothing is happening even though you've been following your low-carb diet correctly and drinking lots of water?

If you're not in ketosis yet, are you confused because you don't seem to be making any progress?

Other people are losing a ton of weight doing:
  • Atkins Induction
  • Protein Power
  • Keto Diet
  • Nutritional Ketosis (LCHF)
but nothing has worked for you. You can't seem to get into ketosis no matter what you do.


September 16, 2016

7 Brutal Ways Low-Carb Dieters Torture Themselves

Barbecued Pork Ribs: Why Torture Yourself Eating Low Carb?
Can You Lose 15 Pounds in
2 Weeks Eating Spareribs?
What's up with low-carb dieters these days?

I really need someone to explain it to me. I'm at a total loss to understand.

I realize that dieting is difficult, that it requires you to give up a lot of your favorite foods, revamp your lifestyle, and substitute those old food habits with healthier alternatives, but c'mon.
  • I mean, do you really expect to drop 15 pounds in only a couple of weeks?
  • Do you enjoy all of the pain and misery you are bringing upon yourself due to these false expectations and fantasies?
  • Did someone, somewhere, tell you that low-carb diets are a quick weight-loss scheme?
Or what?

Where did that idea actually come from?


September 02, 2016

How to Lose Weight Faster on Your Low-Carb Diet

Eating Lean Meats Can Help You Lose Weight Faster on Low Carb
The Secret to Losing Weight
Faster on Low Carb
Are you looking for the secret to losing weight faster on your low-carb diet?

Yes, there's a way.

But first:

In general, a low-carb diet doesn't cause you to lose weight any faster than a low-calorie diet does, unless you have a lot of body fat to get rid of.

People who fall into the obese category can lose a bucket-load of body fat during the first few months, on any diet, but there is a biological reason for that. 

For most folks, the body limits the amount of body fat it is willing to take out of storage because it doesn't know how long your dietary restriction is going to last. If you have a 100 pounds, or more, to lose, the body will be more willing to give up a large portion of its fat stores than if you only need to shed 20 or 30 pounds. 

People lose weight at various rates, even on low carb.

Sound disappointing? It doesn't have to be. Not if you're willing to do whatever it takes to speed things up.