Two women, both 41-years-old with young children at home, decided to try the Keto diet.
The first woman was strict and did well the first week. She ate properly and got into ketosis. She even lost a few pounds that first week.
But in the second week she went out to eat. She did so well the first week, she decided to cheat. She drank a margarita… and it was downhill from there. She felt guilty about her failure and continued to break her Keto diet the rest of the week. By week three, she was back to her old ways and telling people she tried Keto, but “it didn’t work.”
What the Second Woman did?
Like the first woman, the second woman was also strict the first week and lost a few pounds. She was encouraged.
She also went out to eat, but somehow found the willpower to stick with Keto food choices. In week two, she lost even more weight. In the span of 14 days, she’d lost 11 lbs and counting.
Her kids noticed. Her husband noticed. Her friends asked her what she was doing differently.
The second woman never slipped up, and by the end of four weeks had lost 21 lbs. She was noticeably slimmer, was sleeping better, had much more energy, and was feeling the best she’d felt in years.
So What Made the Difference between these two women?
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