That's a tough diet, especially with pregnant wife in the house who love to bake!Still fighting the plantar fasciitis but sticking to the “no sweets, no bread and no taters” diet. Down from 211 to 194 since I started but was 199 on 7/1/20 so 5 more off. My original goal was 190 but I am now aiming at 185.
I did the Whole Thirty diet with my wife a few months ago and dropped pounds like crazy. But I don't necessarily recommend it. I also had no energy - I could barely get through a workout. And I won't tell you what was coming out the other end. Too many nuts in your diet isn't much better than too many beers
Exactly. I started keto last December. The first month is a lot of transition. It takes a few weeks to get your body retuned to a better diet when you're coming off of a high carb diet. But it doesn't take forever. After 30 days, you're pretty much over the hardest part. If you quit then and go back to carbs, you are missing the benefits that you are about to be realizing.I have heard the biggest trick on those types of diets is to get pas the 30 days and your body getting used to drawing the energy from other forms of carbohydrates. Would love to hear BoneCollector's thoughts on this one.