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    Well, it depends on what you are trying to achieve. If you are 300 lbs and try to burn fat, Keto is a good option. If you are already pretty much fit you watch calories and Intermittent Fasting to be healthy you can afford to say screw it when you see Donuts.

    I pair it with “healthier” eating, try and limit carbs, sugars, and processed stuff and eat at least one big salad a day. I still treat myself to some of my favourites like Pizza on Friday with my kids.

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      I agree. I feel that since I started Intermittent Fasting, I can eat in moderation some of my favourite foods. Whereas before, I couldn't. Too many blood sugar swings, etc. And then I couldn't stop. IF rocks!

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    Intermittent Fasting is just a tool, not a diet. Intermittent Fasting (IF) is a way of eating that restricts when you eat, usually on a daily or weekly schedule – not what you eat. It makes it easier to be in a caloric deficit, hence weight loss. If you skip breakfast and lunch, it will allow you to be more full and consume more calories at dinner (And still lose weight.)

    Keto speeds up the process by adding ketosis to the mix, burning more fat quicker.

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    My doctor told me to eliminate processed food, flour, sugar. So I mostly eat meats, veggies, fruit, nuts stuff like that. Cheat days need 24 hours to plan so that there’s no impulse.

    I eat anything; meals are primarily clean most of the time – low volumes of junk or processed food.

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