Saturday, 12 October 2019

Get rid of body fat with Ketogenic Diet

Is it true? Has modern science finally discovered a diet that can strip off body fat like clockwork, while still allowing you to eat tasty meals like ribeye steak with roasted garlic and butter?

In my opinion, the nutrition industry is hopelessly broken. Instead of helping people improve their health and overall physical appearance, the world is filled with myths, scams, and flat-out lies.

I mean, it’s obvious the current dietary guidelines don’t work. Just look at the stats. 71.6% of American adults aged 20 and above are overweight, of which more than half are obese!

Now, if you’re one of the millions of people who follow all the nutrition rules outlined by health and fitness “gurus” but still carry excess fat, it is not your fault!

No matter how genetically “doomed” you may think you are, and no matter how frustrated you may feel after trying and discarding many diets, you absolutely can have the lean and alluring body of your dreams.
You see, getting into fantastic shape isn't nearly as cruel as nutrition and fitness “gurus” want you to believe. In fact, if you avoid the four most common and catastrophic diet mistakes, shaping your dream figure is actually a simple process.

According to some “experts,” losing weight and keeping it off is all about controlling the types of food you eat.

They say particular foods are "fattening" because they pause fat burning and cause a hormonal environment that leads to weight gain... while other foods "balance" the system and stimulate fat loss.

While that’s partially true, it doesn't give you the full picture. The reason is that if you want to lower the number on your scale, the most important thing you must do is enter a caloric deficit.

It’s simple. If you consume more calories than you burn, you’ll gain weight. And if you consume fewer calories than you burn, you’ll lose weight.

That’s a scientific fact.

Looking for proof? Well, dozens of studies show the vitality of calorie balance. One of these is a case study by Mark Haub, a professor of human nutrition at Kansas State University.

He carried excess pounds and, knowing the importance of calorie balance, decided to do an experiment. For two months, he only ate foods like Twinkies, Oreos, Dorito, and protein shakes while maintaining a daily energy deficit of 800 calories.

The result? In just two months, he lost 27 pounds and reduced his body fat from 33.4% to 24.9%.

Now, I don't recommend you follow such a diet, but it illustrates my point. If you want to lose fat, you must be in a calorie deficit.

Click here and learn how to become skinnier, healthier and happier version of yourself in the next couple weeks


  1. I totally agree the only way to lose weight is to watch the number of calories you are consuming, eating healthy food and exercising.


  2. I have heard much about the keto diets and many people swear by its success! I have not tried it myself, but may consider it. Thanks for sharing this information and joining my link party.


  3. I agree - the only way to lose weight is to count the calories. It's boring and tedious but it works! Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx

  4. The trouble with a ketogenic diet is that it is hard to stick to, and although we are physically supposed to eat meat and fibre, there is refined sugar and ready meals. Eat healthy meals and no pre packed foods. #KCACOLS

  5. I'm definitely not a fan of fad and trendy diets. I think its much better to eat sensibly, mainly healthily with a few treats thrown in #KCACOLS

  6. You're right about the fact that when it comes to losing weight, a calorie deficit is the key. Eating healthily is however something completely different. I guess the best thing is to keep a good balance of nutritious food choices and the amount of calories you consume.
    Thank you for linking up with #KCACOLS, hope you'll join in again next time!