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Ketogenic Diet for Beginners - Your Essential Guide to Living the Keto Lifestyle - cover

Ketogenic Diet for Beginners - Your Essential Guide to Living the Keto Lifestyle

Katherine Aaron

Publisher: EWJ Publishing

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Summary

Have you been wondering how are you going to lose that stubborn weight? You have exhausted all means to lose those fats, but all to no avail. You have been dreaming of that figure eight shape or that six pacts physique! A condition where your body will burns fat instead of carbohydrates for fuel is known as nutritional ketosis. This state is a robust approach to improve your health by consuming low-carbohydrates, moderate-protein, and high-fat diet.

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