easier to follow a keto diet than Others
Many people will give themselves all kinds of reasons not to go on a diet. Trust me, this is normal. You’re used to eating the foods you love and living the life you want.
Most of us find it difficult to make changes. We don’t always understand the reasons we must change. This is not usually the case. We are often clear about the benefits of change. But let’s be clear: Desiring change is one thing. Actually implementing it is another.
It is easy to stick with what you already know. It is easy to continue on the same path. But, if you’ve tried many diets and none of them worked, and your current meal plans have not been working, it’s time to change. If you have been wanting to try the keto diet for a while, it is time to act.
It is not as difficult as you might think.
There are many foods that you enjoy that can be made keto-friendly. You only need to select the keto-friendly foods that you already enjoy and then add other keto-friendly food options. This is all you have to do to make the switch.
There’s no ordeal. There’s no do-or-die moment. All it comes down to building upon what you already have. Perhaps you enjoy eating pork rinds. Perhaps you love butter. Perhaps you are a fan of cream cheese. Maybe you have a special affinity for avocado.
These are all keto-compliant ingredients. You just have to add them up. Many people don’t know what the keto diet means. They feel it is a mysterious door. You are already at least partially keto-compliant. Some people are more keto-compliant than others.
Perhaps you only like eggs and everything else is too sugary or carb-rich. Perhaps you have a friend who eats a lot of greasy and fatty foods but doesn’t really like potatoes, rice, bread or potatoes. This person will be able to transition much more easily, as they already have the “seeds” of the keto diet in their current meal plan.
It’s about adding to what you already have
People make the common mistake of thinking they must abandon their old eating habits when going on a diet. They believe they must completely forgo all of the foods they used to eat in order to discover new and better recipes.
This is completely incorrect. You will fail every time you try to play the game in this manner. You won’t believe me when I say that I warned you. You have to be flexible with your choices. Don’t take anything off your meal plan.
Your taste buds will slowly change if you are focusing on the ingredients you’re adding. You will start to prioritize things that are no longer important. You will eventually transition to a keto-compliant diet.
All it comes down to focus. You don’t have to give up on your favorite foods or make excuses for not eating them. You can instead supplement your meals and put more emphasis on keto foods. You can gradually train your tastebuds so that you can eventually switch to keto.
For some, this may happen quickly. Congratulations to them. It doesn’t matter if it takes you a while to alter your taste preferences. Do not place yourself on a timeline. This is not a race.
It’s not your goal to impress others. You aren’t trying to impress others. This is your personal project. It’s okay if your timeline takes a bit longer. You can speed up if you wish.
It’s vital to not place unnecessary pressure on your self. It is hard enough to change, so don’t let your emotions get out of control. It will be easier to stay focused on what you already have and to build on the keto foods you are enjoying.
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