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The Ultimate Keto Diet Guide & 100 Recipes - Bonus 7 Day Meal Planner - Burn Fat Fast & Stop Counting Calories Forever - cover

The Ultimate Keto Diet Guide & 100 Recipes - Bonus 7 Day Meal Planner - Burn Fat Fast & Stop Counting Calories Forever

Elizabeth Jayne

Publisher: Progressive Publishing

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Summary

Do Want to Burn Fat or Store fat? Do you want to use fat to fuel your body? Do you want to stop counting calories forever?
 
You'll learn all this and more, all for the cost of your morning coffee!!
 
50 Page Complete Guide to the Ketogenic Diet and 100 Delicious Recipes (all with detailed nutritional information).
 
Includes Bonus 7 Day Quick Start Guide & Meal Planner
 
The Quick Start Guide and 7 Day Meal Planner means you can start today.
 
Do you want to experience the benefits of the Ketogenic Diet (lose stubborn belly fat, reduced blood sugar levels, increased energy and mental focus) but are not sure where to start?
 
Do you want a step by step Ketogenic Diet plan tailored to you?
 
Would you like to master the Ketogenic Diet and learn how to never count calories again?
 
Do you want a wide range of delicious and easy Ketogenic recipes to choose from?
 
You'll get all this and more in the 'Ketogenic Diet: Low Carb, High Fat Diet Guide and 100 Recipe Cookbook for Beginners for Fast Weight Loss'
 
You'll also learn:
 
Why most diets fail and how to keep on track
 
How you could be eating more carbs than you think and need.
 
What food types to eat and what to avoid
 
Using the 80% Approach, never to have to count calories again!
 
Download now and discover the easy Ketogenic Diet and how it can help YOU with your health goals

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