Week 1

Week 1 — Keto low-carb challenge

Now that your fridge and pantry are well-stocked with lots of delicious ingredients, let’s cook and enjoy. We’ve prepared everything else you need, let’s do this!

Week 1 overview, recipes and shopping list

Choose a day:
 

Monday – day 1

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, until satisfied.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (see below).
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Eat until you feel satisfied. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option, including adding bacon or other low-carb foods.

Have coffee or tea if you like. Moderate amounts of full-fat milk or cream are OK.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner – delicious keto Asian cabbage stir-fry. Feel free to add some more butter or mayonnaise to feel satisfied.

Should you want to cook an additional lunch, choose any keto low-carb meal (additional shopping required). Lunch out is not recommended today, but if necessary, please follow these guidelines.

Dinner

Enjoy our simple chicken with broccoli and butter for dinner. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (2 servings per person).

 

Absence of hunger

A low-carb high-fat diet reduces hunger, and there’s no need for snacking if you’re doing it right.

If you’re hungry between meals, add more fat – like butter, mayo or olive oil – to your next meal. And consider increasing the portion size. Make sure to eat until you’re satisfied at every meal.
 

Cup of bouillon

Drink bouillon

Have a cup of bouillon today. Dissolve half a bouillon cube (stock cube) in a cup of hot water and drink it (options).

Doing this daily during the first week will help you get enough water and salt. This can avoid early side effects, like headache, lethargy or irritability.

These side effects are common on days 2-4 when starting a strict low-carb diet, but with the bouillon (broth) they are usually minor. Learn more .

Tuesday – day 2

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option, like classic bacon and eggs. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended. If you have to, then follow these guidelines.

Dinner

Tonight’s dinner is a classic, and for a good reason. Tuna salad with boiled eggs.

Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (2 servings per person).

About the food

Eat as much as you need to feel satisfied. No counting calories or weighing food required.

No snacking. If you’re hungry between meals you need more fat with meals. Don’t fear fat. Fat is your friend. Learn more

Bouillon

Today you may start feeling symptoms of the “low-carb flu”, sugar withdrawal symptoms. These may include a headache, fatigue, difficulties concentrating, irritability etc.

To feel your best, have a cup of bouillon (options). Take a painkiller if needed. Any problems usually pass within a few days.

Bonus inspiration

What if everything you knew about nutrition was wrong? That’s the question behind the low-carb movie Cereal Killers. You can watch the trailer below.

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Wednesday – day 3

Important today:

  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option like fried eggs. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (guide).

Dinner

A flavorful Buffalo chicken with paprika mayo served with butter-fried cabbage. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Side effects

Today you may experience some temporary side effects from getting started on low carb, i.e. sugar withdrawal. You might feel a bit tired etc.

Today and tomorrow may be the toughest days. When you make it through, it will get easier from now on. Remember the bouillon (stock cubes) – you can have a second cup today if you need it to feel fine.

Replenish motivation

It’s crucial to keep going the first week. After the first week, you’ll likely feel great. You’ll also see signs that your weight is dropping. Week one is the hardest.

For additional motivation to keep going during the first week, check out a success story of your choice today. This is what can happen to you if you keep going:

 

Thursday – day 4

Important today:

  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (guide).

Dinner

A creamy and delicious Thai fish with curry and coconut. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Yesterday and today may be the toughest days. However, it usually starts getting easier. Remember the bouillon (stock cube).

Are you experiencing other side effects than “only” feeling tired and generally not great? Here are other specific side effects that people occasionally experience during the first two weeks, and how to cure them:

 


 

Friday – day 5

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (stock cube).
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Enjoy our delicious and easy-to make keto pizza. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Feeling better? Most people are past the worst side effects by now. Some people even feel more energetic than ever. If not, make sure you’re getting enough water and salt (stock cube).

Noticing any other side effects? Learn more

Bonus insight

For most people sugar cravings almost disappear on a strict low-carb diet. Are you still experiencing a lot of them? Then you may be one of many, who has an addiction to battle.

Check out the video below, and the video course continues here

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Saturday – day 6

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
Breakfast

During the weekend, the breakfast changes to delicious bacon and eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Enjoy our chicken fajita bowl. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (two servings per person).

 

Minimizing side effects

Today you should feel mostly great again – perhaps even full of energy. If not, read up about early side effects and how to manage them

Bonus inspiration

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Do you want to learn to cook amazing keto food? Check out our two full seasons of Cooking Keto with Kristie . In season 2 each episode has a guest from the low-carb community participating in the cooking.

In the episode above, Kristie invites Dr. Èvelyne Bourdua-Roy to join her in the kitchen making some delicious “Swedish” meatballs.

Èvelyne is ready to get her hands dirty and while they prepare this maybe-not-so-Swedish-after-all dish, they also discuss a wide range of keto and low-carb related topics. For example how to turn your whole family to low carb, why dried parsley is more convenient than fresh and what ‘weird’ keto treats Kristie is keeping in her freezer. You will also learn more about Èvelyne’s daily work and patients, and there will also be quite a few carb myths debunked.

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Sunday – day 7

Important today:

  • Weigh in
  • Shop for the upcoming week
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner

The weigh-in is optional, but perhaps you want to see what has happened this week? Check your weight and waist circumference again.

Most people lose a few pounds (1-2 kilos) or more in the first week of a strict low-carb diet. If not, check out the short Top 5 tips for weight loss video – especially tip #2 about regular weigh-ins.

Shop

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Time to go shopping for some great food!

The week 2 shopping list contains everything you need for the entire second week of the challenge.

Note: When using or printing the shopping list, make sure you select the appropriate number of people you’re shopping for. Also, for your convenience you can select US or metric measurements. Consider checking what you already have in your kitchen before you go shopping to avoid buying duplicates of spices etc.

 
Breakfast

Bacon and eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Bacon-wrapped burgers. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Today, you should feel great again – perhaps even full of energy. If not, have a cup of bouillon (from stock cube) and read up about early side effects and how to manage them.

Bonus insight

What’s the point of low carb – shouldn’t we all just eat everything in moderation?

That’s what people say. But unfortunately this philosophy usually results in failure, especially long term. What’s wrong with moderation? In the video below, six of the top low-carb doctors in the world give their quick and spontaneous answers to that common question.

For more on why most people still believe in “moderation” and calorie counting, check out this interview: “We’ve been pretty much lied to for 30-40 years”

Everything in moderation?

 
 
 

Continue to Monday week 2

 
 

Return to Week 1 overview

 

Q&A

Do you have questions about this challenge? Check the questions and answers page.

Optional question

Help us improve this guide. Answer this quick question in the comments below: What’s the one thing you would like to improve in this week’s guide?

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319 comments

  1. Donna
    I am following the diet, but not the menu. I find myself happy just eating twice a day, and an occasional bullet proof coffee. I've lost 10 lbs in the first six days. I'm having a hard time reaching the fat macros. Will this cause future problems?
  2. larry
    Hello, I have a few questions, I live in the middle of America in a very small town. most supplies I will have to travel 30 minutes to get to a market, my problem is the fish and seafood meals, I dont trust any of the markets for fish, it is not fresh, and all of the frozen tastes the same, like a white tasteless mush, yuck.
    can I pick a meat from another meal and substitute for the fish ?? About the only protein I can get from meat will be from beef, pork, and chicken.. and also cabbage, am I allowed to substitute other veggies for Cabbage ?? Thanks for the time and effort you put into this diet to help others, I stumbled across it and I feel It will really benefit me. I am disabled and unable to exercise much, I had a knee replacement 2 weeks ago and Am starting to move around so I want to get started on this journey. Thank you and God Bless to all , Larry
  3. Johanna Ramirez
    How do I print out the two week meal plan only? Also is there a food list of what to eat and what not to eat and portion sizes?
  4. Diane
    Hi Dawn my name is Diane and I just finished by first week and you wrote exactly what I’m feeling. No weight loss but I do feel less bloated and I do feel like I have lost weight but the scale says different. My cousin who has been in Ketosis and has maintained her weight loss for over 2 years now says it’s normal for the weight to come off slow at first and then it should just start coming off once the body adjusts to burning fat. She says the body goes through a conversion period. But like you I feel like I’m doing something wrong. Good luck!
  5. Anuradhi
    Hi, does the nutrition icon work for you guys?
  6. Trish
    I am missing my milk... Can I have 250mls of milk with coffee and ice (no sugar)?
  7. sally
    answers to posts would be useful!!!
  8. Maleah
    Real nutritional information for recipes would be helpful. Most have fat, protein and carb info but I would like to see the rest of the nutritional info included as well.
  9. Amber
    Worked for me!! I lost 10 lbs in 2 weeks!! 30 more to go. I cannot believe I've finally found somethi g that gives you results.
  10. Lucca
    If you don't have to weigh your food or count cals how do you know how many carbs you are eating?
  11. Anne
    I found some foods with fat gives me heart burn and reflux I've tried bacon and eggs but then get unwell because of the fat admittedly I've eaten this with sourdough bread though but know my stomach is sensitive and cant do to much high fat foods any suggestions on what to do and or eat I really want to do this eating plan but these symptoms are of concern. Thank you looking forward to your reply
  12. Charissa Lewis
    Do I need to be taking any vitamins
    Reply: #275
  13. Philip
    So I've just finished my first week of the challenge. I'm a 22 year old male weighing at 86.5kg. I have followed each recipe, substituting a few ingredients (such as leeks/celery for red onion) but still eating keto foods and I am not currently 84.8kg (lost 3.5 pounds in 1 week). I have tried dieting before mainly eating salad and fruit, but then there was not as much fun in the food I was eating. The meals on this challenge are really nice, especially the pizza and the chicken fajitas. I am going to try the bacon wrapped burger tonight, but I already know that I will love this just from the ingredients.

    I have also managed to lose weight even by treating myself to the snacks on offer. The salad sandwiches and the hot chocolate are my favourites (hot chocolate is bitter but still tastes great). Fingers crossed I manage to lose the same amount of weight in week 2, if not more. There are so many great recipes to try out once I have finished the 2 week challenge too - although I don't think it should be called a challenge as it's so easy to stick to!

    Reply: #290
  14. Denise
    I am 57 years old, I started out the challenge at 183 pounds. I was not officially declared that I have type 2 diabetes, but I have all the symptoms and started this because I was tired of trying to control it in my own way. Once I had knowledge also, that I also have all the symptoms of sugar addiction, I finally said enough is enough, I am tired of this. So I actually followed the directions, imagine that! So with that, by day 4, I could not handle the three meals a day, it was too much, I just was not that hungry so I slimmed it down to one meal a day and was perfectly happy. Today I am at 173 pounds (lost ten pounds) and I also lost 2 inches in my waist. It has been a really rough week! I had all the first week symptoms! But! I had victory yesterday! I felt so good! I felt like I had the energy like I had when I was 30! I cleaned out cupboards, scrubbed the house, I mean, it was a great day yesterday! I did have a bit of a headache yesterday when I woke up and again today, but took some ibuprofen and I was good to go! I am changing my mind set on that this is a life change, not a diet. I am praying for the Lord to give me strength to continue this forever! Thank you Diet Doctor, omg, thank you! Oh, Oh, I must also state, the mental clarity probably starting around day 4 or so, has been increasing and getting better and better, I just all around, feel great! I just wanted to share this to give hope to others, don't give up!
    Replies: #273, #305
  15. Jennifer
    I am loving this so far! Not much movement on the scale yet, but clothes fit better, hair and skin look better, and I'm sleeping better than I have in years. My big concern is that by following this plan to a tee, while my carbs stay at or below 20, I'm going way over my macros in protein and fat. Is that ok as long as my carbs are in check? Should I be tweaking this plan somehow? Also, do the admins ever reply to these posts?
  16. Natalia
    I'm following the keto diet but I'm not able to follow the two week challenge plan because I don't eat meat. It would be great to have a pescaterian version available. I'm sure some people would love a vegetarian pan as well. Thanks for what you are doing!
  17. Lori
    Natalie I grow up a vegetarian. You can eat legumes, add butter or mayo and even coconut, also to you veggies. My mom would mash the beans or lentils and add mayo. She put it in a sandwich, but you can make a baked cheese tortilla and roll the legumes in it. I hope this helps. Also don’t forget nut with melted butter. Make sure you portion you food.
  18. Loretta Jones
    May I sub keto coconut porridge for scrambled eggs?
  19. Jennifer
    Why are there no replies to any of these posts. I pay membership to this site and have done for some time so why is no one bothering to reply?
    Reply: #270
  20. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Jennifer!

    We are really sorry, but we simply don’t yet have the resources to respond to all questions in the comments or via email.

    We do respond to questions about the membership, but for other questions, it would be great if you could help each other in the comment section.

    Why are there no replies to any of these posts. I pay membership to this site and have done for some time so why is no one bothering to reply?

  21. Carol Harlan
    Yay Amanda!!!
    I’ve lost 5! Heading into week two.
    Carol
  22. sue
    Lost 5 pounds on the first week. I am looking forward to shedding many more pounds.I have tried to lose weight for months without success.Thank you so much !
  23. Debbie
    That's great to hear Denise - I am on day 8 and had my first headache today - I thought I had escaped the side effects! However feeling good otherwise and have already lost 5.5 pounds and feel lighter which is great - I need to lose another 20 pounds approx so a good start. Like you you I am hoping to make a life change and not treat it as a diet. Best of luck :-)
  24. Patricia Quinn
    should I be eating 2 servings of each meal or just one?
    Reply: #303
  25. Doyle Welborn
    Yes, multivitamins, especially potassium
  26. Gabriele
    You must be noticing by now that almost everyone is asking questions. I think it is a bit odd that you don't answer questions, and expect other participants to answer questions. A bit like the blind leading the blind; possible but not optimally effective. Honestly, I'm not inclined to sign up for the full program unless there is a blog that answers questions with expert answers. So, start answering questions and the site will be much improved.
  27. Michelle
    People if you watch the videos and read the information all of your questions are answered there. Substitutions, how much can you eat, vegetarian meal plans etc, etc. All the answers are there if you look and you should be watching and reading it all.
  28. Debbie
    I started to eat fruit due to summer fruit. Tempting right? Resulting in carb creep behaviour. So joined the challenge to do reset. Thank you. Cabbage is the new bread.
  29. Nesa
    This is my 3rd day on the diet and I think I'm doing everything fine. I'm not usually a morning eater and I love coffee, therefore it's easy for my first meal to be around midday. I start off with coffee with whipped cream since I don't want to add sweetener. Lunch and dinner so far consists of either pork, chicken or bacon with broccoli, string beans and cauliflower. I add heavy cream or cheese for a different flavor. I realize that I'm full after eating without the added carbs. My drinks are iced tea and lemon without sweetener , water and coffee. I'm currently at 182lbs and I hope to lose some weight after the end of the week . If there is anything I can do to get better results I am open to suggestions.
    I am just hoping this diet works after reading all the success stories and getting inspired.
  30. Teresa Martinez
    Hi,today Sunday is the last day of my first week of the diet . I followed your suggestions for the meals, water, bullion etc. And very sincerely I loved it!!!!! Specially the excellent idea of cooking supper and lunch for the next day is fabulous...
    I felt good, Friday I had a lot of energy but Saturday I woke up with a lot of dizziness . My boyfriend very lovingly prepared my coffee and breakfast (2 bacon slices and 1egg w a bit of mozzarella cheese) I ate it in bed.
    At night I had some guests and offered some pastry. After they left I ate a donut with coffee hoping that could take the dizziness away ☹️
    I had a terrible night sleep, the dizziness continue....
    This morning Sunday, I decided to eat oatmeal w almonds, raisins and cinnamon and 1 small orange.
    I’m not feeling well!!!!! What is happening???? I had never experienced that dizziness, what should I do for it to disappear????
    Please help me!!!!!
  31. Jacolyn
    I have been on Keto and IF for nearly 6 weeks. Have only lost 6lbs (a bit disappointed, I must admit ) I have noticed that my cravings are minimal and the hunger is gone. I really like that I am no longer starving all the time & thinking about when my next meal is. I have not cheated once in the last 6 weeks but I feel as if I must be doing something wrong as the weight is not coming off as I thought it would. (I have 30lbs to lose) I have been checking my ketone level (blood) and I run usually in the range of 1.4 to 1.9. I am watching my proteinas I occassionally go over but not by very much. Also wondering if I am having too much dairy as I've read that some people can have issues with weight loss if too much dairy. Thoughts I what I might be doing wrong or should I just stay the course?? Thanks!
    Reply: #286
  32. Kundayi
    My husband and I used to have the same problem with diary and switched to Almond milk and some creamed coconut milk added for our coffees (mixture). We took diary out completely and lost weight but that’s before Keto. Starting Keto now
  33. Julie
    If anyone know the answers, you are welcome to answer. Hello Diet Doctor :) I have a question about the 2 week challenge. I started sunday July 22nd and yesterday I skipped breakfast and lunch and today I skipped breafast. I am used to intermittent fasting. Question is: Should I follow the 3 meals a day OR is it ok to skip breakfast and /or lunch during the challenge? Thank you :)
    Reply: #284
  34. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Julie!

    It's OK to skip meals, but remember to eat until you feel full. Being hungry is not a good way to lose weight in the long run.

    If anyone know the answers, you are welcome to answer. Hello Diet Doctor :) I have a question about the 2 week challenge. I started sunday July 22nd and yesterday I skipped breakfast and lunch and today I skipped breafast. I am used to intermittent fasting. Question is: Should I follow the 3 meals a day OR is it ok to skip breakfast and /or lunch during the challenge? Thank you :)

  35. Sherri
    Hello, I think I need to start over on the two week challenge:( I initially lost 5 lbs during the first week; then went on vacation to see our grandchildren and family in Colorado. I gave in and had bread, chips, and ice cream on occasion! I was doing so well before I left. No sweets, was not hungry and did not even partake in my husband's birthday cake .... carrot cake and I love it. So why did I give in when I went to Colorado???? Just got back from CO and I got on the scale and gained back my 5 lbs. So mad at myself!!! :( Anyway, today is a brand new start week! So, question is should I forego the bulletproof coffee (with butter and cream) or can I start over again and include this as part of my day. I prefer to usually do the coffee in the morning instead of breakfast. Then I like to eat bacon and eggs for my lunch. Also, when I didn't cheat that first week I still didn't get into ketosis (just trace amount) even though I was following the plan very carefully. Does it take some people a lot longer to get into ketosis than others even when following the plan? Thank you.
  36. Jordon
    You might need to use a calorie counting app just to track your eating for one day to see where hidden carbs might be coming from. Sure you might not be getting your carbs from chips or chocolate, but you may be getting them from higher carb vegetables, nuts/ect. Keto is under 50/20 for carbs, right? If you have a samsung, use SHealth to track. I'm not sure what iPhone has.
  37. Jordon
    Also, losing the first eight pounds is water weight (I think that is listed somewhere on here). But losing more than 8 pounds a month isn't really ideal depending on where you are in your weight loss. While losing weight too fast, you won't be able to adapt and will gain it back. Plus you risk the sagging skin thing. Surprised I didn't see anything on this about working out/gaining muscle. Losing weight and losing fat are two totally different things. But anyway.

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  38. Clint
    How do I sign in? Do I have to open the webpage each time? Thought I was in when opening email but no luck. Can you give itemize a few snacks. Lost 8 lbs on week one.
  39. jihad hijazi
    hello team
    i appreciate your hard work but i have something.
    I am not feeling any of the side effects, neither fatigue, hedaches, nor any of them and i'm at day 4.
    is this normal or there is something wrong?
    and thank you.
  40. Tress
    How are u doing now? I'm a 23 yo female and I used to weight 83kg, it's been 4 months now and I'm down to 71kg now!
  41. Sharron L Green
    I would like to see a second choice for an alternative dish when you really don't like the meal choice. Also maybe two choices. One for the vegetable and one for the meat. All of the choices keeping to the same gram count.
  42. Lisa
    Hi all
    Today marks the 4th day for me, everything that was mentioned about side effects and what I would be feeling that day was absolutely true to a T!! As for the weight drop, not much but 2 lbs, so far, I still have a ways to go, but my clothes feel looser. I depend on the bouillon, it is extremely helpful. Good luck to everyone 👏🏼🙌🤛👍
  43. Sharron
    Attention Diet Doctor - I am at the end of my first week on your diet plan. I have been using Cronometer to track what I eat from the plan. It is showing HUGE amounts of protein in each days worth of meals. So far I am not seeing the results as being balanced. Are the meals supposed to be High Fat, Med Protein and very low carb? So far the protein and fats are running close together. Is that healthy?
  44. Suky
    I am on day 4. LOVE IT! I am not hungry and I swear my sleep is better and I have tons of energy throughout the day. Plus no icky side effects (yet). I read this is a user forum as opposed to a place where Diet Doctor answers our questions. He does not. So I am hoping to start a support rapport with anyone out there who may be checking in here regularly. The only thing I am NOT doing is cutting out my glass of wine. Today is it-No more vino. Any one else struggling with that?
  45. Paul C
    I have lost 3.5 kgs in the first week of the challenge, but I have constant headaches, I eat enough salt, but cannot shake these headaches. I am doing the intermittant fasting and only eat dinner and lunch
    Is his normal??
  46. Ian
    Is it helpful and weight loss beneficial to skip one meal a day - often I eat my first meal at 12 and next at 6pm ? Thanks Ian
  47. Desserae
    So I’m starting my keto journey today and I must of been reading the wrong link and went grocery shopping for the other recipes you guys offer, such as bacon and eggs, Asian cabbage stir fry , fajitas salad and coconut Curry fish one is this okay to still do for my first week or do I need to follow these exact recipes this week?
  48. Kathy D.
    I am excited to start the Keto Diet today. I just signed up for the 2 week challenge. I'm definitely not very hungry after a breakfast of scrambled eggs and bacon(YUM!) 7am. I made the Lemon Cheesecake Fluff and I had a serving of it about 1pm. Not very hungry.
    I am excited to think what I might have later for dinner. I've been looking up a lot of recipes online. There are tons out there.

    Can't wait for the results in 2 weeks!!

  49. sherry
    Where are the answers to these questions... No help without the answers..
  50. NC
    Hello everybody. Sherry its seems that no question here is being answered. Its my 3rd day on first week but i dont see any changes at all though I'm doing intermittent fasting of (16:8). Now i realized that the recommended food and recipe here is great and tasty but you know what? I just realized how much calories on each meal plan its shocking! I don't really think a person need that much calories a day though everyone is different.

    I cant wait if any in this group or the support will at least give me some clarity on how calories not matter in keto but I have to say I very skeptical on this plan however I will again try it for a week and see what happen.

    Looking for any feedback.

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