THEKetogenic Diet Plan

The Ketogenic Diet Plan


Ketogenic Diet Plan

So, what’s the deal? What exactly is THE Ketogenic Diet Plan? Well, it all really depends on what works for you. First of all, there are many, many, great options of how to go about a LCHF diet. LCHF stands for Low-Carb/High-Fat diet, or as we say around here, a Low Carb HEALTHY Fat Diet, thanks to Dr Jo over at Fat is My Friend. These options may – or may not – put you into dietary ketosis it depends on a variety of factors.

There are many versions of Low-Carb/High-Fat (LCHF) as both a short-term diet intended to supposedly “reset” your metabolism, and as a permanent incorporation into one’s daily way of eating. Both of these viewpoints are referred to as “diets” depending upon who is speaking.

Regardless of your opinion on what exactly defines a “diet” the first thing people want to know is what to eat. Well, if you go for a Low Carb Healthy Fat lifestyle, by far the most adaptable book for any plan would be Eat Happy by Anna Vocino.

Not sure what to eat? Just Eat Happy.

Want detailed scientific reasons for eliminating sugars, grains, and processed foods from your diet? Check out our Nutritional Ketosis page, or read a book from the Library of Luminaries. Experts across multiple fields agree. Simple carbohydrates, such as those found in syrups, candy, and soda, are not good for you. So, the overall message is: don’t consume them, or at the very least don’t consume them except on occasion.

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Want a  meal plan? There are plenty outthere, and here is a list of the best right in one place for you. Check out the Ketosis Meal Plan page for more info on the best Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) meal plans out there.

It is important to note that if you are on The Ketogenic Diet Plan, or any other LCHF diet, then you won’t necessarily lose weight, but as a result many people seem to experience fat loss and often find relief from various health conditions once they eliminate sugars, processed foods, and grains from their standard diet.

Remember what Nicole Recine says:

NicoleRecine“Keto doesn’t equal fat loss, and fat loss doesn’t have to mean keto. They’re two different things.”

~Nicole Recine RN, MSN, CDE

 



The Ketogenic Diet Plan – 9 Points

Simply adapt these 9 points to your life for 12 weeks. Measure yourself once in pounds and inches on the day you start the program, and onceafter 12 weeks. You’ll be staring at the results for yourself on paper and in the mirror. Did you see an amazing transformation in yourself? Happy with the results? Consequently, after experiencing a positive change with this lifestyle there’s no need to go back to your old way of eating.

12 weeks may seem daunting to you.

You should know that if you dedicate this time to your health, then a foundation is established for the success of your future.

A health and fitness routine can give you a better quality of life, and a longer life.

There is no need to be intimidated.

Is 12 weeks worth changing the rest of your life?

If it seems like you’ll never make it, then take at least 30 days to give the plan, or a similar one, a try. Take before and after measurements even if you take the short route. You will see a difference.

Why a 30 day minimum? Because it will take at least 30 days to start experiencing the full benefits of The Ketogenic Diet Plan. The menu, your exercise schedule and frequency, and anything else related to your own health and fitness are all up to you; however, if you want to shred fat, then spend a little time in the fat burning zone: ZONE 2 Cardio!

Get at least 30 – 45 minutes of Zone 2 cardio with a proper warm up and cool down period in Zone 1.


 

As long as you follow the guidelines in the 9 Point Plan, you can design your own menu for yourself. But, If you need specific meal plans done for you, then Leanne Vogel at Healthful Pursuit has created 7 days of meal planning that work perfectly on this diet!!!


So here it is!

The 9 Point Plan

Put the 9 Point Plan, to work in your life for the next 12 weeks, and get the body you want with the foods you’ll love!

  1. Eat Real Food.
  2. No Sweeteners
  3. Eat Mostly Vegetables
  4. No Grains or Soy
  5. Eat Diverse Foods
  6. No Vegetable Oils
  7. Eat Enough
  8. Move Your Body
  9. Breathe

Want more details? Check out this page dedicated to WHY those 9 Points to the Plan can help you along the journey where you Find your Way to Health, Fitness, & Peace of Mind.


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