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Do you want to discover a great keto diet for women over 50? Then keep reading…What’s all the fuss about the keto diet? Did you know that keto diet is a low carb diet that thrives on the consumption of healthy fats while decreasing your carb intake? Your daily consumption of energy comes from 75% of healthy fats, 20% from protein, and only 5% from carbohydrates. This basically means you will consume 20 to 50 grams of carbohydrates per day. Instead of starving yourself, you are merely depriving the body of carbs. This can result in rapid weight loss, improved mental clarity, improved focus and overall better physical health. The moment you switch fuel sources, your body’s metabolism changes, making you feel more energized! Jumping on the keto wagon, as well as committing to anything, can be an intimidating endeavor. However, getting started with this is relatively simple. Limit your carbs or protein. Too much protein can put undue stress on your kidneys and the excess will be converted to glucose, then stored as fat anyway. So make sure that you get your protein portion just right as well. This should be the second priority after setting your daily carbs limit. The topics below are just a few of what you will find in the book. -Benefits of ketogenic diet -Keto diet types -Ketogenic diet for women over 50 -Why for over 50 -Keto side effects and how to solve them…And much moreEnsure that you drink water: Water is very important in a keto diet because your body needs it to store glycogen in the liver. When you eat foods low in carbs, the body uses up glycogen so you can burn fat, which also means depleting your water store as well. That means you will become dehydrated faster. You normally need 2 gallons a day, but I recommend going up to 3 or 4 gallons a day when you are on a keto diet. Take care of the electrolytes: Potassium, sodium, and magnesium are the major electrolytes in the body. Since a keto diet uses up water in the body, that also means that the electrolytes go along with the water. When you do not have enough electrolytes in the body, you feel sick. This is commonly referred to as the “keto flu”. Although this is only temporary, you do not have to suffer the keto fly if you keep your electrolytes level at a sufficient level. That means salting your food, drinking bone broth or any other broth, and eating picked veggies. If any of these alternatives are unfavorable for you, you can also take supplements to top up your electrolytes store, but make sure you consult your doctor first before you do that. Eat when you are hungry: Only when you are hungry, then eat. Some people have the mindset that they need to eat at least 4 to 6 meals, or even snack constantly between mealtimes. No wonder why they gain weight so much. In a keto diet, frequent eating is not recommended as it can interfere with your weight loss effort. So eat only when you are hungry. If you do not feel hungry, then don’t eat. But this should be easy considering that a keto diet or any other low-carb diets lack carbohydrate so this diet naturally suppresses appetite altogether. Ready to get started? Click “Buy Now”!