Pop is one of the hardest treats to kick when beginning keto. New dieters must avoid the high amounts of sugar at all costs, but these longings can be tough. Diet sodas are the perfect antidotes for satisfying soda cravings, and many options don’t use artificial sweeteners!
For some people, the thought of going into a full-on keto diet can be daunting. An alternative known as “lazy keto” can be helpful, though! Lazy keto is less strict and easier to follow, and dieters can reach ketosis on it. However, if dieters aren’t careful, lazy keto can easily become not keto at all.
Many people on the keto diet struggle with the decision to have an alcoholic drink. Not because all dieters feel cravings for it like they would sugar, but rather that they hear so often about “keto-safe” drinks, yet don’t get a solid answer as to what they are.
Alcohol isn’t needed to live, so if you want to cut it out completely, that’s OK. But those who like to wind down with a beverage can do so if they’re choosy. They also can’t drink too much. Here’s why!
No diet is easy, as anyone who stayed on the Keto diet will tell you. Changing your body can come with some side effects. But there’s light at the end of the very short tunnel, as the less-than-favorable impacts won’t last, and you’ll come out feeling so much better!
If you’re not prepared when starting keto, though, you can feel demoralized and want to go back to those sugar-highs. Don’t give in! Here are some of the things we wish we were told before taking on the Ketogenic diet, so you can prepare and keep going without worrying about your body!
A lot of people worry about the things they’ll have to give up when they begin their Keto diet. Trust us when we say that giving up donuts, spaghetti, and a ton of carb-based treats will make you feel great, but there’s one thing we just can’t seem to give up. So many people have not only come to love its taste – they need it to wake up in the morning. It’s often the first question they have: