Weight Loss Plateau? Not Getting Results with Keto and IF Intermittent Fasting?

As we continue on our journeys, we may find that our results diminish or outright stall and I set out to answer the question of what to do if you hit a plateau and are not getting results on Keto and Intermittent Fasting.

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To be clear, I have not yet hit a plateau, but, my second month saw drastically less results compared to my first month on doing keto and IF (intermittent fasting/OMAD one meal a day). This was despite me buckling down tighter and being even more strict in month two than month one.

I realized after a bunch of research, that a plateau is actually a good sign. In this video, I talk about what a plateau is, the difference between “ketosis” and “fat loss ketosis”, and share a few strategies to help you increase the results you’re looking for when doing the ketogenic diet combined with Intermittent Fasting (IF), or even OMAD (one meal a day).

The whole reason why I migrated from Slow Carb to Keto+IF is because I was shocked to receive a diagnosis of pre-diabetes after having not gone to a doctor in over a decade.

These are the books that made me into a believer in a combination of Keto and IF (intermittent fasting) for both fat loss, and, addressing insulin-resistance, pre-diabetes, and the earlier stages of type 2 diabetes:

The IF Book that changed my view: https://amzn.to/3bnSJnr
My Fave Book for Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/38qa5hU

If you want to know how to lose weight fast, or more importantly, how to lose fat fast, I welcome you to check out the rest of this series of videos on combining the ketogenic diet along with intermittent fasting.

I feel so fortunate to have discovered this way of eating, and think it’s something worth considering for yourself if you’re like me: someone who neglected their health, gained a ton of fat, and got to the point of pre-diabetes.

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I am not a doctor or health professional. Before going on a diet, it is recommended that you speak to your doctor.

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