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Many people are afraid of the “keto flu” or taking a full month or more to get in a state of nutritional ketosis. Well the good news is that you don’t have to put in that kind of pain and suffering to burn fat as your primary fuel source, and melt away those unwanted pounds. Watch the video and find
Old adages are dropping like flies in the world of health optimization. The ketogenic diet has shown people it’s not just calories in calories out. Now a new study from the British Journal of Sports Medicine has just put the last nail in the coffin of the old theory that to burn fat you need to exercise longer. Many people believe that you