Some drink coffee with butter ( recipe here ) and eat plenty of meat; some do vegetarian recipes, some are dairy and nut free. There are lots of options out there to suit any dietary restriction. Q: What happens after you reach your goal weight on keto? A: Some people want to go off keto once they’ve reached their goal weight, others choose to stay on keto or take up a clean-eating diet. I’ve been on keto for almost a decade now. One thing to always remember – if you go back to your old habits you will put the weight back on.
– Drink a lot of water. This helps to flush the system and keep you healthy.
– Cycle with Clenbuterol to stop side effects.
– Ensure that you consume enough antioxidant. Eating vegetables and fruits are advised as well as taking vitamin C and E supplements.
– The use of Milk thistle is very important. This liver protection herb works by inhibiting the entrance of harmful substances into the liver cells. It also expedites the removal of these potentially harmful elements out of the liver.
– Using NAC is good. This supports liver function and boost the production of I-glutathione. This acts as a powerful antioxidant as well.
– RLA, also acts as a powerful antioxidant and aids in protecting the liver.
Yes, cutting is a catabolic process, which is why alot of people lose muscle on diets, especially when they start to get below about 15% BF. As I've posted on here (albeit not in this section) I'm a big fan of Lyle McDonald's Ultimate Diet for dieting without losing muscle. It absolutely is possible with an intelligent diet, in this case a CKD (Cyclical Ketogenic Diet). The diet has distinct micro-phases all within one week of severely cutting calories combined with depletion workouts and the really heavy low-rep workout is strategically placed after the carb-up. Basically it is designed to strip fat whilst also incorporating an anabolic phase.