Do you know what happens when keto diet becomes mainstream?
Person A does a ton of research, read all the books, and listened to all of the podcasts. They've gone through fat-adaptation and keto flu. They've learned how to get in the zone. It's taken them weeks, months, years to bio-hack their body into a fat burning state. They see life changing results.
Person A touts this to others (as they rightfully should!). Person B, C, D all think "oh cool! Keto". They don't read all the books, do the research, and end up finding some Atkin like version (read bacon and butter with no veggies or fake food-like crap that's carb free) and crash into yet another fad diet. It's short term. It's going to come crashing down at some point. I've been that person... Most people don't have the will-power, perseverance and dedication as person A.
Meanwhile, over here in the blue ocean we have the science and technology that allows ANYONE to bio-hack their way to the metabolic holy grail, the fat burning zone. And what happens?
Well, it opens the doors to the lifestyle that person A is in. It becomes a sustainable way to live. It's a gradual process, one where you're allowed for less than 100% perfection. You find yourself changing your habits before your very eyes.
People not grabbing for their 3rd soda in a day, forgoing the crap, declining the junk.
All because their bodies are being fueled by what it prefers. Our body's are amazing machines and when we get a taste of what it should feel like we want more. More means giving up the crap.
Have you sipped into ketosis yet?
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