Ketosis Weight Loss Before And After

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Ketosis Done Right–meet Anne

Today we have an inspiring real world “n=1” example of how a ketogenic diet can be successfully used by a real woman to easily and happily lose weight! I thought it would be nice to give you all a much-deserved break from my own dietary misadventures and stop to appreciate the beauty of a well-done ketogenic diet. My recent experiment with Professor Seyfried’s dietary recommendations for cancer was one of extreme ketosis for the explicit purpose of cancer treatment. However, most people who decide to try a ketogenic diet do so with the goal of losing weight, and they use a more moderate plan, such as the one recommended by Dr.s Phinney and Volek, in their book The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living, or the one recommended by Dr. Ron Rosedale in his book The Rosedale Diet. It is this kind of plan I intend to try myself soon, motivated in no small part by my friend Anne, who has successfully applied ketogenic dietary theory to her own life, and who has generously agreed to share her inspirational story here with us. But first, a bit of context. On a beautiful autumn day last October, I was sitting on a beach in picturesque Rockport, Massachusetts with two friends, babbl Continue reading >>

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  1. Joseph_Arcita

    The somethingawful guide has a section for success stories. I really like the idea of that and I want to copy them. I want to create a section in the student's guide to showcase the hard-work of the members here at r/keto who succeed in meeting their goals with a keto diet. I think it would be very cool to compile a neat and ordered list of success stories.
    If you want to be a part of this then please submit the following:

    your name or pseudonym.

    your before and after photo(s) including time references.

    your before and after stats. (weight, body-fat %, blood profile, blood pressure, etc.)

    your story. how you found out about keto, what your apprehensions were before beginning and what convinced you to begin, your experiences with induction or plateaus, any advice, etc.
    I know that a lot of people here are currently in the middle of their journey -- no problem. there's no time limit. just bookmark this and keep it in the back of your mind. when you do reach your goal post and let me know so I can add you.
    also, if you remember someone who already posted impressive before/after keto pics in r/loseit or wherever then please direct them here.
    the people here are very positive and supportive so I think (hopefully) we'll be able to put together an impressive and inspiring list of stories.

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    name: ladysixstring
    photo: http://i55.tinypic.com/jg3bih.jpg
    before/after: i started at 165lbs at the beginning of june, i actually believe i am around 135lbs now
    story: found out about low carb because my boyfriend is a member of something awful. from jan-april i did about 30g of carbs a day and lost most of my weight. i literally only monitored carbs and everything else was fair game. in may i went to 60g of carbs a day for various reasons, i only really retained some water weight, but didn't lose any. then starting in june i found that this subreddit existed and i switched over to keto. now i am still at 30g of carbs a day, but i monitor my ratios of fat and protein more closely and i am eating more fat in general than i had before.

  3. Joseph_Arcita

    great. i just added you.

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