What matters to successful and failing individuals in Keto’s diet …
The first lady was very strict and did a good job in the first week. She ate just right and went into ketone symptoms. She even lost a few pounds in the first week.
But in the second week she went out to eat. She did a good job in the first week and she decided to cheat. She drank a glass of margarita … from there it went down.
She was found guilty of her failure and continued to break her Keto diet for the rest of the week. The third week she went back to the original way and told people she was trying Keto, but it didn’t work.
Like the first woman, another woman was severe in the first week and lost a few pounds. She is very encouraged.
She also went out to eat but somehow found a willpower to stick to Keto’s food choices. In the second week, she lost more weight. For 14 days she lost 11 pounds.
Her child noticed that her husband noticed that her friend asked her what she did differently.
The second woman never finished and lost 21 pounds by the end of the week. She is obviously slim, sleeps better, is full of energy and thinks she feels best for years.
They understand the rules: They can eat and cannot eat food. They can even get many good recipes at your fingertips.
But what they don’t have is a daily plan for them to spend the first month on the key.
Without the program, they are easily affected by peer pressure. They are easy to prepare … and then make the wrong decision just because it’s easier.