Ketogenic lifestyle

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Re: Ketogenic lifestyle

Post by JMG » Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:01 pm

I've been off the diet for 1 1/2 weeks now. I'm sweating on this job so much I'm going through about 4 shirts a day and need the carbs. Not to mention that I have little time for lunch so really I'm just grabbing fast food. I'll jump back on as soon as this job's done...well, when it's done I'm going to have a beer. Then I'll get back on.
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Re: Ketogenic lifestyle

Post by Nature of a Man » Sat Sep 01, 2018 11:52 am

I tend to eat something close to Keto or Mediterranean diet even though I'm not officially "on a diet" or have any specific goals other than to eat healthy.

My meals lately mainly consist of fish (canned mackeral, which is inexpensive) and other protein sources (e.x. black beans, chia seeds), and lots of healthy fats (e.x. olive oil, peanuts, etc).

I find that cutting most red meat or cheese out of my diet helps me keep the grocery budget down if nothing else.

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