The Keto Journey: Month 3

  • This is a rant/ journal entry so you are welcome to skip this and wait to a cooler post LOL, I’m just tracking my “progress.”
  • Month 3 – Barely denting it.
    • Going into the third month of this lifestyle, I have had ups and downs all together. All I can see changes in my body, and I have not needed one of my medications anymore.
    Super slow but steady. Still got ways to go. Ugh.
    • The only frustrating thing has been that my scale does not drop 20 pounds in a short period of time. In fact, it dwindles. It comes up and down however it wants to. So I stopped caring about the numbers.
    The thing is, the pics vary as well! May have to just take measurements.

    Miracles aren’t real. Neither are “miraclelites”

    • I am realizing now that three months is not even a fraction of what a lifestyle entails, so I am still starting out.

    All I want is for my body to dissolve it’s own fat from within: the dangerous kind! Keto and Fatty Liver

  • I need to remember that the primary reason for this lifestyle, is for my body to read it self up the type of body fat that will cause future medical issues
    • stenosis
      midsection fat
      and the dreadful fat that accumulates around your face as you age.

    At least I finally made peace with food


    • Then, there is the fact that a keto lifestyle makes it easier to eat because the unnecessary foods ( processed breads, chips, starchy potatoes, rice and pastas) can all be swapped for something more substantial and with actual nutritional value.
    Best bread loaf ever!
    Best โ€œbread loafโ€ ever

    I don’t like the calorie counting and macros thing because I chose to continue to consume alcohol, but exercise can help with that. It is my responsibility to find an exercise that doesn’t hurt my knees. No excuses there.

    Published by herappleness

    A born-again blonde, M.P. is a freelance writer working for ๐Ÿ”ฅAF companies such as Enotes, JustAnswer, Textbroker, BlogMutt, and Studypool (akaLikePlum). She is an ageless Anglophile ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง obsessed w/ literature, tech, hot sauce, laced vinegar, fizzy water, and black tea. Can't stand "issues." Friends are strictly curated (and very successful) people. Loves all public servants.

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