THIS SIMPLE KETOGENIC 
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MELTED 51 POUNDS OF FAT
Avoid These Low Carb Foods To Get Into Ketosis By Tommorow
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"Weight loss is the primary reason my patients use the ketogenic diet. Previous research shows good evidence of a faster weight loss when patients go on a ketogenic diet compared to participants on a low-fat diet."
- Harvard Health Publishing
"Ketosis results in a steady flow of fuel, in the form of ketones, to the brain. This means your focus and your concentration increases too."
- National Library of Medicine

"The ketogenic diet can improve risk factors like body fat, HDL cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and blood sugar."

- Centre for Obesity Research and Epidemiology
How Can The Ketogenic30 Be So Powerful?
Ketogenic30 Benefit #1
Eliminate Sugar Addiction


Carbohydrates are made up of sugar, which turns into glucose, which is good in small doses. But in excess has been shown to be more additive than cocaine, cause inflammation, feed cancer cells, and is  the leading cause of obesity.

When your body gets used to you eating large amounts of sugar and carbohydrates, it starts to expect it. When it doesn't receive it's daily HIGH dose of carbs, it sends your brain signals that it's starving. Enter unbearable cravings.

Going keto eliminates sugar addiction and kills cravings, leading to better dietary decisions and a happier YOU.
Ketogenic30 Benefit #2
Burn Stubborn Fat


In a recent study, people on a ketogenic diet lose 2.2 times more weight than those on a low-calorie, low-fat diet. Triglyceride and cholesterol levels also improved.

When comparing a ketogenic diet to a low-fat diet, research proves a ketogenic diet is more effective for weight loss.

That's why the ketogenic diet has become so popular over the last few years, it is helping people get rid of excess fat and weight.

When your body gets into fat-burning ketosis, you become what is known as "fat-adapted."

That's when your fat cells shrink, enter your bloodstream, end up in your liver where they are converted to ketones.

Then, you use those ketones for energy, instead of glucose from carbs.
Ketogenic30 Benefit #3
Reduce Inflammation


Being in a state of ketosis, has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties as well as reducing pain caused by inflammation. 

A well-formulated ketogenic diet consists largely of anti-inflammatory fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. Saturated fats recommened inside Ketogenic30 promote liver detoxification and support thyroid health, leading to a reduced inflammation at the cell and tissue levels
Reduced Inflammation = Faster Fat Loss
Ketogenic30 Benefit #4
More Energy and Better Mental Focus


After just a few days on a ketogenic diet you'll notice how much more energy you have. You'll have consistent energy throughout the day, with no crashes or need for caffeine or sugar.

Once you become fat-adapted using fat (i.e ketones) for fuel you'll find you'll have endless energy even without having eaten for several hours.

When you're in ketosis your brain uses ketones for energy, instead of glucose, helping you have more focus for longer periods of time.

Many studies have shown a ketogenic diet leads to improved cognitive performance, memory function, and improved learning comprehension.
Ketogenic30 Benefit #5
Slows Aging And Promotes Longevity


If you want to increase your lifespan you need to lower oxidative stress in your body. You do that by lowering and balancing your blood sugar levels and insulin.

A ketogenic diet decreases blood sugar levels – allowing the formation of ketones to be used as fuel.

Your mitochondria is responsible for fighting oxidative stress and lowering free radicals (aging chemicals/cell killers). 

Getting into ketosis is believed to have beneficial effects on the health and strength of your mitochondria. 

A ketogenic diet reduces free radicals, thus lowering oxidative stress by promoting healthy cells, balanced blood sugar, and optimized hormones.
Ketogenic30 Benefit #6
Cardiovascular Health and Physical Performance


It is now commonly accepted that dietary cholesterol does NOT raise blood cholesterol. It wasn't always the case, the science behind cholesterol and saturated fat has come a long way.

Cardiac risk factors have been shown to improve on a ketogenic diet. If you want to lower your triglycerides, improve your blood pressure, balance your insulin, and increase your HDL (good) cholesterol, then a ketogenic diet is perfect for you.

As you'll discover, studies have FAILED to show a connection between high saturated fat intake/ketogenic diet and negative effects on cardiovascular health.

In regards to physical health and performance, results have shown those on a ketogenic diet had lowered oxidative stress, lower lactate load, and better mitochondrial respiration.
More Saturated Fat = Faster Fat Loss

Introducing...The Ketogenic30
For Getting Into Ketosis FAST
How The Ketogenic30 Compares To Other Keto Diet Programs
The Ketogenic30 Program
  •  Promotes long-term results
The Ketogenic30 program not only helps you lose weight quickly, but it helps you transition into "non-keto" eating easily and without rebound weight gain. Eating keto forever isn't sustainable, so you shouldn't do a strict short-term keto program.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  •  Focuses on short-term results
When a program focuses on short-term results, rebound weight gain is almost inevitable. Once you add carbs back into your diet after going keto for a specific period of time you shouldn't gain the weight back, but most programs don't think about what you're going to do AFTER keto.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • ELIMINATES Keto Flu 
Since you're eating keto-carbs, your body utilizes important electrolytes to keep the "keto flu" away from interrupting your day. You'll also have a stronger immune system and healthier and stronger cells.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Ignores Keto Flu 
Completely avoiding carbs and not repleneshing your electrolytes with REAL food, leads to keto flu symptoms. Most programs cause keto flu OR recommend buying expensive supplements to counter the negative effects.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • Allows Keto-Carbs
With the 4-Phase Ketogenic Fat Loss Formula, you'll experience the fat-burning benefits associated with being a ketogenic fat-burner. By eating the right keto-carbs, you won't harm your metabolism, which is something often ignored by most keto programs.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Permanently removes carbs
Avoiding and restricting carbs for the rest of your life isn't sustainable, enjoyable, or practical.  While short term carb restriction is beneficial to your health and weight loss, long-term avoidance (more than 30 days) has shown many negative side effects.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • Optimizes gut health
Since The Ketogenic30 provides you with a meal plan full of keto-friendly fruits, vegetables, and gut-friendly ingredients your digestive system will be happy and healthy.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Bloating, digestive issues, and constipation
Just eating high amounts of fat and protein can strain your digestive system. Most keto programs don't provide enough microbiome friendly foods and recipes.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • Boosts metabolically active tissue
Within the Ketogenic30 you’ll learn how to strategically time your carbohydrate intake to maximize strength and muscle tone. Metabolically active tissue/muscle is what burns fat, so if you want to get rid of extra fat you're carrying around, then you MUST preserve, maintain, and grow your LEAN muscle.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Causes lean muscle loss
Restricting carbohydrate intake for long periods of time leads to lean muscle loss. Your muscles (and brain) primary's fuel source is glucose, so if you deprive your body of glucose/carbs for too long and incorrectly, you could lose precious metabolically active tissue. And remember muscle is what burns fat.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • Simple and Quick Keto Meals and Recipes
The Ketogenic30 provides you with simple, easy to do recipes even the busiest person can do. Most of the recipes inside the program can be completed in 10-15 minutes and in only a few simple steps with a few ingredients.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Complicated Recipes
Pick up any ketogenic book at your local bookstore and you'll find complicated recipes with 10 steps and 20 ingredients. Unless you're a trained chef with unlimited time on your hands, these recipes aren't sustainable.
The Ketogenic30 Program
  • Promotes energy, focus and brain power
With specific macronutrient guidelines inside the Ketogenic30 meal plan, each ketogenic meal is tailored toward optimizing your physical and mental abilities.
Other Keto Diet Programs
  • Brain fog, fatigue, and irritability
No or low carb diets cause disruption in our mood, mental sharpness and energy levels. The fact is, your body and brain require some specific carbs to stay healthy and sharp.
WHAT’S INSIDE THE KETOGENIC30 DIET PROGRAM?
Ketogenic 30 Jumpstart Handbook ($97 Value)
A step-by-step blueprint that lays out every detail of how to eat a targeted keto diet for rapid fat loss and complete body rejuvenation.

How to follow a targeted keto lifestyle WITHOUT suffering through the keto flu OR slowing down your metabolism..

Lose 46% MORE weight than Low Fat Dieting, Control insulin & blood sugar to fight against diabetes, Increase GOOD cholesterol, while reducing risk of heart disease, and Crush Cravings, ERASE Hunger, & TURN OFF your sugar addiction

Following a fat loss diet is never easy… but it can be VERY SIMPLE when you have access to the evidence based Ketogenic30 guides and handbooks...

Just plug in the key and turn it and make the switch from burning carbs to burning fat in only a few short days
Ketogenic30 Meal Plans ($97 Value)
An easy to follow, complete 30-day meal plan including meals for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner. This jumpstart handbook won't leave anything to chance.

Includes over 120 keto-friendly recipes that you don't have to search all over Pinterest for, sift through blog posts, and then not be sure your recipe is actually healthy.

Simply put, in no time you'll find yourself shedding weight, getting healthier, and you'll LOVE the simple to do and delicious recipes
The Ultimate Keto-Approved Food List ($7 Value)
Comprehensive list of keto foods: meats, veggies, fruits, beverages, fats, oils, dairy, and nuts!

Includes over 80 items so you'll never have to wonder what to look for at the grocery store

Plenty of options so you can create hundreds of delicious recipes of your own!
10-Minute Keto Meals ($37 Value)
Over 60 Ketogenic Recipes makes following The Ketogenic30 simple and delicious.

You'll find ALL of the keto-friendly recipes from your Ketogenic30 meal plan.

One of the reasons people fail with the Keto diet is complicated recipes requiring Chef level skills. The 10-Minute Ketogenic Meals provides you with simple, delicious, and QUICK meals that make following a ketogenic diet easy and achievable.
BUT, that's not all you're going to receive....
Bonuses You'll LOVE When You Order The Ketogenic30 Today:
Keto Metabolism (Ketobolic) Workouts ($197 Value)
The top 5 bodyweight exercises you should master before starting ANY exercise program.

10 written "metabolic" workouts so you know exactly what to do during The Ketogenic30

10 Personal Trainer guided exercise videos (a $299 value) coaching and training you to perform the best, safest, and most effective workout EVER.

You will see amazing weight loss results even if you decide to skip the exercise portion, but when you combine the power of metabolic exercise and this diet, you'll see 3x the progress!
Ketogenic30 Private Facebook Group and Community ($37 Value)
When you pick up the Ketogenic30 today, you'll receive access to a Facebook community where you'll get direct access to me and thousands of others on the same journey.

Accountability and support from me and your fellow Ketogenic30 members.

Share your progress, ideas, and encouragement with the community and reach your goals as a team!
Keto Recipes - Condiments, Sauces, and Desserts ($27 Value)
20 more Ketogenic friendly recipes to compliment your 10-Minute Meals. Guilt-free desserts, easy to make condiments and sauces.

Discover how to "ketofy" any popular condiment or dessert recipe like ketchup, BBQ sauce, chocolate chip cookies, ice cream, and more...
And that's STILL not all....
Keto Supplements Guide ($7 Value)
There are a number of supplements that will help you in transitioning into ketosis and making a Ketogenic diet more effective.

With that in mind, this brief bonus guide reveals 12 of the best Keto supplements found today.
Beating The Keto Flu ($7 Value)
Not everybody experiences the “Keto flu” when their bodies transition into ketosis, but some do.

Fortunately, it’s a temporary short-term experience.

Even better, you can reduce “Keto flu” symptoms and make them go away by following the advice in this useful guide.
Intermittent Fasting Guide ($7 Value)
Intermittent Fasting (or I.F. for short) can be a useful tool for Keto dieters.

In this guide, you’ll learn what intermittent fasting is, the health benefits it can provide you, as well as 5 different styles of I.F. you can try.

Note: Intermittent Fasting is not a requirement on the Keto Diet. But it can kickstart ketosis and accelerate fat loss.
Free Supply Of Low-Carb Keto Protein Powder (Value $97)
This premium superfood protein powder is the most delicious keto-friendly low-carb powder on the market and I've partnered with Biotrust to give you a FREE carton. The keto-friendly protein formula delivers the precise ratio of protein and antioxidants needed to power the metabolism, diminish food cravings, promote gut health and help combat the keto flu.
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The Ketogenic30 Diet Program FAQs
How can I sign up for the Ketogenic30 Diet Program?
To sign up for the Ketogenic30 Diet program, simply click the “start my order” button above or below that. Once you click, you’ll be taken to a page which allows you to enter in your information before ordering from our secure checkout page.
When will I be able to start using my Ketogenic30 Diet Program?
As soon as you complete your order, you’ll receive INSTANT access to your complete program. The entire course is digital which means you don’t have to wait for DVD’s or books to be shipped to you. A special link will be emailed to you as soon as you complete your order and you can start reviewing your meal plan in a matter of seconds from your computer or mobile device.
What does being in ketosis mean and what will a ketogenic diet do to my body?
The term ‘ketogenic’ refers to the process of your body (liver) producing organic substances known as ketones.

When you greatly limit your carb intake, your body needs to get its energy from another fuel source; in the case of the keto diet, your body starts to utilize fats for energy since glucose is limited.

As a result?

Your body becomes “fat-adapted” and relies primarily on a metabolic process called lipolysis for deriving energy from fats. When your body carries out lipolysis, ketones are made by your liver (as a byproduct).

Once ketones are made in high enough amounts, your body enters a state called nutritional ketosis.

Being in ketosis has a multitude of benefits for humans, especially for helping burn stored body fat for energy. This makes the keto diet ideal for those trying to lose weight.
How Do I Know This Program Will Work For Me?
I understand you're skeptical about everything having to do with losing weight, as you should be. Let me assure you, this is unlike any program you've ever done in the past.

I don't want you to diet, count calories, or keep track of points. I want you to enjoy eating again.

I don't want you to kill yourself at the gym and spend hours a week on treadmill. I want you to maximize your exercise times to spend time with your family.

I don't want you to break the bank hiring personal trainers, nutritionists, or buying supplements. I want you to have the support and expert advice you need to succeed.

The Ketogenic30  literally provides you with everything you need to lose weight, get healthy, and make healthy habits.
Can I do the workouts at home or, do I need a gym membership?
You can do the workouts at a gym, office, hotel room, and, of course, your home!

Aside from the large amounts of time and money you’re going to save, driving to and from the gym can be a pain, trying to sneak around the muscle heads trying to hit on you is annoying, and not knowing what the heck to do between those two is mega-frustrating. You’ll just need a set of dumbbells for best results.
Since the keto diet is high in fat, won’t that cause intake cause high cholesterol?
Research actually suggests the opposite is true. By cutting out carbs and emphasizing high-fat intake (as opposed to increasing carbs and decreasing fat), your cholesterol and blood lipid profiles can improve.

It’s important to remember that the fat/cholesterol you consume doesn’t intrinsically increase your plasma triglycerides or lipoproteins.

For example: Medium-chain triglycerides (like the fats found in coconut), are digested and utilized for energy rapidly, unlike long-chain triglycerides. Much of the fat you consume on the keto diet will be used for energetic purposes (i.e. maintaining healthy cellular function).
Are there any simple and tasty recipes for the keto diet?
Of course! Included with your Ketogenic30 program, you will receive the Ketogenic30 10-Minute Meal Cookbook which contains over 100 different breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, sides and dessert options to choose from - All of which are 100% keto-friendly.
What about eating out on the keto diet?
Most people actually find that it’s not a big problem. There’s something at almost every restaurant that you can have: salads with a generous amount of fat-rich dressing are usually a good bet, and at nicer restaurants you can get delicious fatty steaks slathered in butter or grilled fish with vegetables! If your order comes with bread or potatoes or some other carb-loaded side, just ask for a side salad instead. I’ve included a ton of my personal keto substitution options within the Ketogenic30 program as well.
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