I have another user experience to share (with permission):
- Gender: Woman
- Age: 66
- Length of time on keto chow: 4 weeks.
- Results: very positive.
A favorite blouse fits so much better than it did a month ago, just before starting Keto Chow. I tried the Atkins diet several years ago and was moderately successful. Losing weight is much different than maintaining a lower weight. We are hopeful that this approach will do two things, keep weight off and avoid diabetes.I have often called myself a sugar addict and restricting carbs has clearly put my addiction in the spotlight. The flavors and formulas of keto chow have made the transition less traumatic and I have not experienced “keto flu”, to date. Mood swings and any food challenges seem to be resulting from extended family problems more than dietary adjustments. My former knee jerk reaction to self medicate with sugar has been offset with the immediate benefits. Swelling has gone down in my face, hands and feet. I can hear better, too.My husband has joined me in this lifestyle change and the mutual support is a tremendous benefit. We encourage each other, rather than trying to sabotage improvements. We also did a month of preparation. We cleaned non compliant foods out of the cupboards and freezers, except for snacks to feed grandchildren. We studied the keto chow blog to grasp preparation, and bought helpful equipment such as shaker bottles. My first challenge was to decide how much “real” food to eat and how many keto chow to consume. This is probably very subjective, according to the weight loss goals. I settled on one to two shakes a day, leaning toward one. Fasting is less difficult, because I do not feel as hungry when I have not had anything to eat.Favorite flavors: Pina colada, cinnamon bun, toffee and strawberry blast.I will continue to do periodic updates on my progress. No weight posts, taboo to ask a lady what she weighs.