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Hearty Tips For The Long Journey

• Get yourself a carb counter to keep your daily carb intake in check.
• Make sure to get rid of all of your high-carb produces from the cupboard.
• Slowly try to alter your daily habits and accept new ones in order to make sure that they would complement your new diet style
• Try to stay as much hydrated as you can buy drinking water.
• Always make sure to keep your sodium intake in check. It will make your Keto journey much more pleasant. Some tips may include.
 Drinking organic broth if possible
 Taking just a pinch of pink salt with your consumed meals
 Adding about ¼ teaspoon of pink salt to 16 ounces of water consumed
 Adding vegetables such as kelp to your dishes
 Eating up vegetables such as cucumber or celery for a more natural approach to sodium replenishment
• Try to include a basic amount of physical exercise into your diet regime as well. It would not only make you healthy but also accelerate the effectiveness of your Keto diet. A general exercise routine may include
 Monday: Resistance training for upper body (20 minutes)
 Tuesday: Resistance training for Lower Body (20 minutes)
 Wednesday: Long walk of 30 minutes
 Thursday: Resistance training for upper body (20 minutes)
 Friday: Resistance training for Lower Body (20 minutes)
 Sat/Sun: Recreational time.
With that, we are done with the Ketogenic Part of our Diet now. Let’s focus a bit on learning the fundamentals of your Instant Pot!

What to do if you feel constipated?

It’s pretty standard for individuals to experience uneven bowel movements during the early days. Below are some tips that will help you to mitigate your bowel problems.
• Consume plenty of water
• Consume 1 teaspoon of Coconut oil
• Stop eating nuts if you do
• Try coffee or tea
• Try eating flax seeds or chia seeds
• Consume more fibrous vegetables
• Take magnesium supplements

Is Alcohol allowed on a diet?

Alcohols are allowed on the Keto Diet! However, you should be wary as there are lots of hidden carbs in Alcohol.
Beer, wine, and other mixed drinks are packed to the brim with carbs, so they should be avoided. Liquor is your best option. And in the case of liquors, you should always try to avoid flavoured ones as well, since they contain hidden carbs too.

Won’t eating so much fat hamper heart health?

This is a ubiquitous question, so let me clear it up for you.
There was once a conception that invariably, all types of fats, including saturated, monosaturated, polyunsaturated, etc., are harmful to the human body. However, the truth is slightly different.
Saturated Fats have been proven to be extremely harmful to our body! On the flip side, polyunsaturated fats found in fish are excellent for improving your cholesterol levels.
Monounsaturated Fat also helps to maintain a healthy balance in your body and decrease cholesterol.

How long does it usually take to get into Ketosis?

A Ketogenic diet plan isn’t a diet that can push you immediately into Ketosis! It’s a slow and gradual process that takes time to work correctly. You won’t enter Ketosis until your body has adjusted itself to the new diet, only after which you will enter Ketosis.
This usually takes somewhere between 2-7 days, depending on your body type, activity levels, and the food that you are consuming.
Perhaps the fastest and easier way to enter Ketosis is to follow the Keto food guidelines and limit your carb intake to less than 20g per day.

How should you track your carb intake?

This is yet another question that seems to hover inside the minds of new readers. The most generic way to track your carbs intake is to use online or digital services such as MyFitnessPal. Apps like these help to track your overall carb and fibber intake and allows you to calculate your required net carbs. And just in case you are wondering, a simple
way to calculate the net carbs is to deduct the total fibber intake of the meal from total carb  intake.


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