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The keto diet is amazing in many ways. It can give you steady energy levels and heightened mental focus. It keeps you full and many have reported serious weight loss success. Oh and all while chowing down on all those foods you were told to avoid your whole life. Eggs. Steak. Cheese. Even BACON! But if there is one thing that sucks about the diet... it’s snacking.

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Do you find yourself dragging after lunch, reaching for another coffee to keep you going? Ready to put an end to those dreaded coffee crashes? Then look no further… keto coffee was made for you! Keto coffee is simply coffee paired with healthy fats for an energizing, satisfying twist on the morning cup of joe. No sugars here – careful selection of fats is all you need. 

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Grandma is coming to town. She’s missed you dearly. So much so that she’s taking you out to Italian tonight. You’re insulin is probably spiking reading this. You’re…. breaking Keto. What will happen? Can we hop right back in after a “cheat day”? Or is our keto mission derailed, along with all weight loss and well-being? In this post we’ll look at the science of eating carbs while in on the keto diet. And we’ll answer the burning question… what happens when you get kicked out of ketosis.

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“Wait why am I doing this diet again? All that talk about unlimited energy and mental focus… what a bunch of B.S.! I just feel exhausted, dizzy, and irritable. Ugh I’m gonna go lay down.” Ever felt like that during your first week on keto? If so, it wasn’t all in your head. It was the keto flu. But the good news.. It’s temporary – we’re talking only a week for most people – and can be cured with a few easy steps. Today you’ll learn how to conquer the Keto Flu with 7 simple cures.

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The Ketogenic Diet is now the #1 searched diet in America. Suddenly more than Vegan. And at least 5X more than Paleo! It comes with some serious promise: weight loss, higher energy levels, and even noticeably increased cognitive performance. And unlike many other diets, there’s some very strong research to support it. But where did the keto diet come from?

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