Getting your keto on is not for the faint of heart. You will be tested by a lot of things, and it’s important to know how to push through. So here are some tips for dirty keto and how you can get back into shape!
Don’t skip meals or micromanage eating. Your body will tell you when it needs fuel. If it doesn’t have enough food or nutrition in its system then it will let you know, and that’s okay! Just listen and take care of yourself as best as possible while going through this process. And try not to stress or worry too much either!
Don’t worry about counting carbs.
When you’re on a keto diet, it can be tempting to focus on the fat and protein content of your meals. You could eat a huge amount of bacon and eggs for breakfast, then follow it up with a cheeseburger for lunch. This way, you would get lots of satiety from the fat and protein in each meal (and not just feel hungry again until dinner).
However, there are other reasons why this may not be such a good idea. First off: if you eat too much high-fat food all day long—or even just one meal—your body will store some of what it doesn’t use as energy into fat cells instead! That’s right: when we don’t give our bodies enough fuel (calories), they have no choice but to order up some more from somewhere else. So even if someone does manage their calories well enough that they don’t gain weight after starting Keto their hunger may still increase over time because once those extra calories get stored away as fat cells in their bodies…
Enjoy those leafy greens.
Enjoy those leafy greens!
Greens are low in carbs and high in nutrients. They’re also a great source of fiber, vitamins A, C, K and folate (folic acid). And they’re loaded with magnesium — a mineral that can help you maintain healthy blood pressure levels by relaxing your blood vessels so that they don’t constrict as much during exercise or stress.
Just add more fat.
One of the best ways to dirty keto is by adding more fat. If you’re not getting enough fat in your diet, it’s time to increase the amount of fats and oils you consume.
Adding more healthy fats like olive oil, coconut oil and avocado can help boost energy levels while also helping with weight loss. It is also important that these foods be consumed from natural sources as they may contain pesticides or other additives that are harmful for the human body when consumed in large amounts over long periods of time (like years).
A good way to add some healthy fats into your diet would be through eating fatty foods such as cheese or pastries made with butter instead of margarine because these types of products contain less carbs than regular ones do but still provide plenty amounts needed daily just like any other nutrient needed daily being consumed regularly throughout day/night cycle without missing so much sleep time each night while still maintaining proper nutrition levels during rest periods between meals throughout day/night cycle without missing so much sleep time each night while still maintaining proper nutrition levels during rest periods between meals
Eat low-carb cheeses with abandon.
Cheeses are a great source of fat and protein, but they’re also loaded with calcium and vitamin D. You can eat cheese in moderation—it’s delicious!
Cheese can be used in cooking as a substitute for flour or other ingredients that you normally use when you bake, like breadcrumbs or eggs. The addition of cheese to your meals will make them more flavorful and interesting. If you want to get the most out of this ketogenic diet plan for weight loss purposes (and who doesn’t?), then try adding some cheddar into your favorite recipes!
Drink plenty of water and bone broth.
Drink plenty of water and bone broth.
If you want to get dirty on the keto diet, then drinking plenty of water is a must—at least two liters per day. If you’re not sure how much water to drink or don’t like the taste, try making your own bone broth with beef bones or chicken bones (you’ll need a few). Bone broth is rich in minerals, amino acids and other nutrients that can help improve your health by supporting digestion and boosting immunity. It also helps you sleep better as it contains melatonin which helps regulate circadian rhythms (the cycle between day and night).
Avoid drinking your calories.
- Avoid sugary drinks.
- Avoid juice.
- Avoid alcohol.
- Avoid sweetened coffee and tea, as well as sweetened hot chocolate (the latter two contain natural sugars). This is a good time to remind you that if it’s not calorie-free and low-carb, it’s still not keto! If you’re going to have something sweet in your life at all, make sure it’s an occasional treat—and even then try to limit yourself (like having dessert once every few weeks instead of weekly).
Try intermittent fasting.
If you’re looking for a way to dirty keto and improve your health, fasting might be the answer. Fasting has been shown to help with weight loss and other health issues. It can also improve brain function, blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels—even increase longevity!
You can make keto work for you and your lifestyle by doing things that are simple enough to not make it seem like too much work.
Lazy Keto is a great way to start out on this journey, but then again, so is any other diet out there. If you’re not feeling up for the whole “keto” thing, then just eat how you normally would—in moderation!
I hope you’ve found this article helpful. If you are new to low-carb eating and the ketogenic lifestyle, I recommend starting with some of these tips and experimenting with them until you find something that works best for your needs. Remember that it can take time to get used to cooking differently and finding new foods, so don’t give up if at first things aren’t perfect!