How I Keto Diet AKA Strict Keto

How I Keto Diet AKA Strict Keto

How I Keto Diet AKA Strict Keto. I lost around 50 on my own with it. In a nutshell, it gives you 5/6 small meals a day, way less restricted than my current diet. I started with this book. You can have fruit, pasta, carbs etc.. Then one day a week eat whatever you want literally. BUT the key is no cheating during the week. It does include a training/cardio plan too.

That really isn’t bad, doesn’t take up too much time and I learned a lot from it. He breaks it into 12-week timeframes or what he calls a challenge. People have lost 15- 50 in this timeframe. It’s a great diet, I would and do recommend to people. It will take time to prep though. You will have to plan and bring food to work. So, if you are ready to do that I say go for it. You will see results if you are true to it. I promise you.

I was 209 when I had the nerve to weigh. So, I believe I did two consecutive challenges and lost 24 the first and close to that the second. It was in 2008/2009 so a little bit a blur. But it was what got me interested in competing. So, I then started working with a local trainer. I am friendly with and he got me down the last few lbs to do a show. So, I wasn’t truly ready but I had lost 85 lbs and wanted to do it for me.

Here is the accompanying cookbook for super easy meals. Once I am finished this prep, I’ll be going back to a lot of these. So,I want to maintain 10 above show weight not have to lose 20 plus lbs over and over. I am done with that.

Now, when I’m in competition mode I workout twice a day/7 days a week. Weight training 4 days and fasted cardio every morning. Cardio every night (on weight training days and non-weight training days.)

My meals look like the following currently:

For Meal 1: Protein (chicken, ground turkey, egg whites), salsa (I like pico de gallo), avocado, olive oil (I don’t add until I’m ready to eat it because if you heat the olive oil it takes away the health benefits you get from it) and hot sauce.

Meal 2: rice cake and peanut butter

Meal 3:  Protein (chicken, ground turkey, egg whites), greens (cabbage, asparagus, spinach etc.), and a condiment like hot sauce, mustard or soy sauce, olive oil (I don’t add until I’m ready to eat it because if you heat the olive oil it takes away the health benefits you get from it)

For Meal #4:  Protein (chicken, ground turkey, egg whites) and almonds

Meal 5: Protein (chicken, ground turkey, egg whites), greens (cabbage, asparagus, spinach etc.), olive oil (I don’t add until I’m ready to eat it because if you heat the olive oil it takes away the health benefits you get from it)

If I’m still hungry I may repeat meal 5 again.

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