14 Feb
Success With the Keto Lifestyle Starts with Proper Planning

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Hey ladies especially and gentlemen, if you’re trying to go keto, you gotta plan those meals right. The deal with keto is you gotta eat high-fat protein, moderate protein, and low-carb foods to get that sweet ketosis state where you’re burning fat instead of carbs for energy.

So, first things first, make a list of keto-friendly foods that’ll get you where you wanna be. Think juicy, fatty cuts of beef, pork, chicken, and fish, along with healthy fats like avocado, olive oil, and nuts. Plus, low-carb veggies like spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, and zucchini are dope too.

Next up, you gotta do some math and calculate your macros. Figure out how much fat, protein, and carbs you need each day to hit that ketosis sweet spot. I’m talking a ratio of 70–75% fat, 20–25% protein, and 5–10% carbs.

Once you’ve got that sorted, it’s time to get cooking. Mix and match your proteins, fats, and veggies to make delicious keto meals. Whip up some bacon, eggs, and avocado for breakfast, and maybe a chicken and avocado salad for lunch. Dinner could be a steak with roasted broccoli and a side of cauliflower rice. Yum!

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If you’re tight on time, do some meal prep at the beginning of the week. Cook up a bunch of proteins and veggies, then portion them out for easy meal assembly. And don’t forget to stock up on keto-friendly snacks like cheese or nuts to keep you going between meals.Finally, be careful with those hidden carbs. Even healthy foods like fruit and veggies can mess with your carb count if you’re not careful. Keep an eye on your portions and track your carb intake to make sure you’re hitting those keto goals. 

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So, there you have it, my friend. With a little planning and some dope recipes, you’ll be crushing that keto game in no time.