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Weight Loss And The Ketogenic Diet

It’s pretty obvious the well-known advice to “eat less, move more” for losing weight is not working for most people — if any. In fact, at least ⅔ of dieters who lose weight not only gain it back, but often do so with some extra weight. Yikes. So the question is, can there be a real solution to this problem? There just might be, and it’s a little-known process that more and more people are catching on to: ketosis for weight loss. Ketosis on a low-carb, ketogenic diet works because it helps suppress your appetite unlike other ways of eating. Not only that, it can also support increased focus and mental clarity. Imagine no longer obsessing about food or worrying about eating too much because your appetite is just… under control. No more counting calories! No more cravings. No more crazy amounts of exercise. Just satiety and a regulated appetite. Not only that, a ketogenic diet might even be able to help you lose weight faster than other methods — while keeping the weight off. If this idea appeals to you (and come on, how could it not?), you might be ready to try a ketogenic diet for weight loss. But you’re still left with some questions, so let’s cover all of the d Continue reading >>

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  1. pman65

    How often do you carb up? (reps)

    ^ Is it every weekend or can it be like every 9 days ?

  2. Surf_N_Turf

    Alot of people just base the frequency of their carb up based on how they feel, some have a scheduled time. If your gym performance isn't suffering and you feel like you only need a carb up every nine days that's fine IMO.

  3. fates_child03

    Depending on if I'm cutting, bulking or recomping makes the most difference on my carb ups.
    Cutting I usually carb up 1 day out of 14.
    Recomping 1 day out of 10.
    Bulking 1 day out of 7.

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