6 Ways To Get Into Ketosis Fast
Hello Dear Friends,
This is Mike Miryala here, Head Pharmacist at Keto Summit & CoBionic and several other Pharmacies in Central Texas. Thank you for becoming part of the family.
I am glad that you have taken the steps towards becoming healthier by buying our keto cookbook. The recipes in the book have been used by over half a million people to get fitter.
The ketogenic diet is a powerful tool for weight loss and overall health. But for many people, the journey to keto success is not always an easy one. It requires discipline, determination, and a willingness to change.
You need to be determined to make a change to succeed in this journey.
Here are some tips on how to get into ketosis fast and avoid failure.
- Reduce your carbohydrate intake: The most important step in getting into ketosis is to reduce your intake of carbohydrates. The ketogenic diet typically involves consuming less than 50 grams of carbs per day.
- Increase your fat intake: To make up for the reduction in carbs, you’ll need to increase your fat intake. Aim to consume at least 70-75% of your total calories from healthy fats, such as olive oil, avocado, and nuts.
- Consume moderate amounts of protein: The ketogenic diet is also moderate in protein, aiming for about 20-25% of total calories. Eating too much protein can kick you out of ketosis, so it’s important to keep track of your protein intake.
- Intermittent fasting: Intermittent fasting can also help speed up the process of entering ketosis as it helps to deplete glycogen stores faster.
- Exercise: Exercise can also help deplete glycogen stores and increase the production of ketones.
- Monitor your ketone levels: Use a ketone meter or test strips to monitor your ketone levels. When you’re in ketosis, your ketone levels will be elevated.
It’s important to note that, entering ketosis can take several days to a week, and it may take longer for some people. Additionally, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting the ketogenic diet or making any significant changes to your diet or lifestyle.