| Stalled or not losing weight on keto? Learn the Top 5 common mistakes people make on a keto diet (ketogenic). Hoping this video will help out anyone who isn’t losing weight or getting the results they expected on keto. If your weight loss has stalled or slowed down this may help. Ketogenic diets really work well, you just need to keep it simple and stick to the core fundamentals.

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Information provided with in this video is for informational purposes only. The information is a result of years of my own practice and experience. However, this information is NOT intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional.

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38 Replies to “Top 5 Common Mistakes Made on a Ketogenic Diet”

  1. so how is your body going to be able to build muscle if your protein intake is below your body needs? 80gms not gonna do much for muscle gain…. ay thoughts?

  2. I agree with everything except that after you've been in ketogenesis for a few months you can take a week break from it once in a while and loosen up your diet for a week or two. I had to travel and eat accordingly but my body never went out of ketogenesis. When I returned I was able to get right back into my vegan keto diet (Spirutein shakes and guacamole) without any re-transition. So 'unstable glucose levels' are not a factor for me – provided I don't eat excessively during breaks from the diet.

  3. You say 4.4 mmol is good for glucose, but what is the range that is good? I check my ketones with that same device, I try to stay within 2-3 mmol for my ketones. Sometimes I drop down to .7 :*(

  4. I'm gaining fat on this diet, and I'm only eating twice a day. I have 5 eggs with each meal, and between 3/4 lb — 1.0 lb of ground beef ( with sufficient fat content, as well). I've actually put on some muscle, but I can't seem to get the last layers of fat off of my stomach. I'm wondering if I should do more cardio at the gym, but I don't want to eat into my muscle growth, which I have done in the past. I seem to have a strange metabolism, where I can gain muscle fast, but at the expense of gaining unwanted body fat with it. I figured eating only two meals a day would be fine, but so far it's not working the way I had hoped. Anybody have any suggestions as to what I might be doing wrong?

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