KETO DIET MEAL PLAN FOR BEGINNERS STEP BY STEP GUIDE

 KETO DIET MEAL PLAN FOR BEGINNERS STEP BY STEP GUIDE

  This is the ketogenic diet menu for beginners and today we will walk you through some step-by-step tutorials so you can get started on a life-long weight journey. Remember, this is not a quick weight loss plan. This is forever.

After about three weeks of writing my low-carb and keto posts, I think it's time to share a keto diet menu for those of you interested in learning more about this diet. I don't just want to share the basics of the diet; you should leave here with a real understanding of how keto works. That's my job, to make this so simple that anyone can do it. Although I don't want you to just know how to make keto work, I want you to understand keto inside and out!

Right now, you probably just want to know what you need to eat, how much to exercise, and what foods to avoid. All of these components are important, but honestly, the most important thing you can do is really understand how your body works, which we'll get to after you give it what you want.

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KETO DIET Menu FOR BEGINNERS: STATISTICS KNOW YOUR BODY: 

1) The first thing to do before starting the plan is to find out where you are right now.

Weigh yourself and measure yourself. While BMI calculators are not the best means of calculating body fat, most of us don't have the money to do it professionally.

You need to know these statistics:

Weight: It is best to weigh yourself first thing in the morning, completely naked. This will help you maintain your actual weight before eating and without clothing.

Height: I wish you knew, but who knows, you may have grown!

Hips: Stand with your feet about 4 inches apart and measure the widest part of your hips.

Calf: Place your weight on your dominant leg and measure the calf at its widest, approximately midway between the knee and the ankle.

Thigh: Stand with your feet approximately 30 cm (30 cm) apart. Measure the top of your thigh at the widest point.

Wrist: Measure the gap between the bony part of your wrist and the beginning of your hand.

Forearm: Tense the muscle and measure the majority of your forearm.

Once you have your stats, you can enter them into this BMI calculator to get your BMI. As you can see, I have about 18% body fat. Keep all your numbers in a progress journal that you can look back on to stay motivated and keep track of your progress. Like this one, check it out, this journal is PERFECT! It has pages for notes, goal setting, daily goals, exercise plans, measurement charts, and even a place for progress photos. How cool is that ?!

2) Now you need to learn a bit before moving on. Start by learning a little more about ketosis itself and the pitfalls to be aware of. I love Bodybuilding.com and I think this Keto Diet article is perfect for beginners, so check it out. Unless you are planning to start the bodybuilding part, 2 of the article will not apply to you.

KETO DIET Menu FOR BEGINNERS: PERSONAL MACROS

3) Now that you have the information you need on your current body condition and the information on ketosis, head over to this Keto Calculator Tutorial and find out how many grams of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins you need each day to lose weight. These numbers are critical, so don't forget to write them down. I keep a piece of paper taped to the wall so I can easily see them when planning meals.

KETO DIET Menu FOR BEGINNERS: OBJECTIVES

 4) So how do you feel? Are you excited to see the numbers behind what you will eat? It should be because you are about to find out how you can lose weight and still enjoy food that tastes amazing! This will be the last big project you complete before we get to the real food.

5) By now you should know where you are and where you want to be. Those are the first steps. Now is the time to start planning your meals. You can use these food lists to help you determine what kinds of foods you should be eating. Remember this is not a diet menu with an end date. This is a lifestyle change that you will pass on to your children.

If you start with 20g of carbohydrates a day, you should slowly move to

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