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62 views • September 2, 2021

Setting realistic expectations for fat loss — Amy Berger

Adapt Your Life
Adapt Your Life
[Conversations with Amy Berger: Episode 8] When you're looking to lose weight on a keto diet -- or with any other way of eating, for that matter -- approaching the process with realistic expectations can save you a lot of frustration and disappointment if things don't go quite as smoothly as you were hoping. Even when you're doing "everything right," fat loss rarely happens as quickly and easily as you wish it would. It's also critical to understand that your scale weight isn't the best way to assess how keto is working for you. That's right -- even if your main goal is fat loss, that number doesn't tell the whole story. It's surprisingly common for your size and shape to change even if your scale weight has barely moved. Plus, daily fluctuations in your weight mostly reflect totally normal shifts in water and other factors. Seeing a small rise or drop in your weight from day to day doesn't mean you've gained or lost fat. It means you live in a human body, and it's completely normal for your weight to shift a little here and there. Don't let the scale play head games with you when everything is actually going just fine! Find out more in this episode of Conversations with Amy Berger!👇 🔺LEARN WITH US 🔺 REVERSE OBESITY🔺REVERSE TYPE 2 DIABETES🔺REVERSE CHRONIC DISEASE🔺WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW. Sign up here to join our mailing list and get your free guide 👇 8 REASONS NOT TO TRUST YOUR SCALE
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