When I initially began loading my food up with butter, bacon, eggs, and a side of leafy greens, I think quite a few people were hesitant. As usual, there was at least one troll on Facebook who was determined to prove that the diet was not good for a person’s heart (false – see why here) and that it wasn’t a feasible way of eating (again, false).
Category: Keto Journey
These eggs meet all the expectations of my insatiable taste buds and stay well below my macros! The best part is, they taste just like the real thing. I can’t wait to bring these to all my local gatherings all summer long!
However, while you’re surfing the web and checking out info, you most likely will run into recipes with foreign ingredients, worries about the keto flu, and many other concerning things. Then you might start questioning whether you can even do this. The answer is: Yes, you can. So, before you start freaking out about spending too much money and feeling lousy, check out these nine things you need to know.
I know that this lifestyle – which I intend to maintain long after I drop the weight – can lower my bad cholesterol, lower my blood sugar, knock me out of my obesity, up my energy levels, and help stabilize the catastrophic storm inside of my mind.
It just means I have to do better today, which shouldn’t be hard now that I know I can get through a day without chocolate or soda.
On one hand, I feel excited and ready. On the other hand, I don’t think I’ve ever seen this many carbs in one morning… ever. Isn’t it funny how you never notice something until you can’t eat it?