The Keto Rules for a Seccessful​​​ Journey

Today I would like to discuss the Keto rules for a successful journey!

I know we have so many rules, how much fat, how many carbs but this is more about how do we keep ourselves accountable. So let’s call this self-accountability help.

 

I believe we need 5 Rules

  1. Discuss your progress
  2. Find recipes that satisfy your cravings
  3. Track your progress
  4. Know your Why
  5. Love the process

A detailed look at each of the Keto rules for a successful journey.

Find Recipes that satisfy your cravings.

Try different Keto friendly foods, sauces, veggies or dips till you find one that satisfies your craving. I crave salt over sweat so Pork Rinds with baba ganoush dip is my goto. My wife it sweats so mug cake does the trick for her. Check in with that facebook group or Instagram following to see what is out there for you to try.

 

Track your progress

Use a phone app to document what you ate. How it matched up to your macro goals. This gives you the ability to go back and find what is working for you and what is not. I have added the breathalyzer to this rule (as seen in post Let me show you a better way to measure if you are in Ketosis!) With the breathalyzer I can confirm that the meal didn’t affect my blood sugar or reduce my level of ketone production by hidden carbs. If the number goes down adjust the next meal. My point to this rule is information is power.

 

Know Your Why.

This is exactly what it sounds like. Why are you on this journey. Do you want to lose weight? Do you want to be more healthy? Once you know the “why”, it is much easier to make deals with yourself when that little voice is asking for a large fries or a pizza. You can say to yourself, “my why is more important to me (if true) then what the little voice is selling. Let me tell you, my little voice is a great salesperson but I am not buying and that tells me that my “why” is solid and true. 

 

Love the Process

You need to make this Keto journey a lifestyle. Learn to love food choices. My kids wouldn’t eat sushi (Keto friendly) but if we moved to Japan they would learn very quickly. Use the power of your “why” to learn to love the keto friendly food choices. You master that and you no longer on a diet you are just eating! Learn to love prepping food on the weekend (do it with a friend or loved one). My wife and I get quality time talking about our weeks while cutting veggies or cooking meals for the week. I look forward to our time together and this time to talk with her and the weekly food prep gets done in no time. 

 

Rules 

One of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere.

 

You are the Ruler, Govern your daily activity to achieve your goals. What you do today will ultimately move towards success in the future. 

 

 

 

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