You broke my plateau!

Hi everyone, I have seen some posts recently about plateaus. So I thought I’d let everyone know how I recently broke mine. When I started the ketogenic diet, it was experimental. I had been diagnosed with GERD at 28 and I didn’t want to take a pill every day for the rest of my life. I found some peer-reviewed scientific articles suggesting that up to 80% of people with GERD find relief on a ketogenic diet within 1 week. I have a grandfather who passed away from esophageal cancer due to GERD, so my motivation was NOT to lose weight, just to decrease stomach acid and hopefully prevent esophageal cancer. I have been ketogenic for just over a year. I have lost between 30 and 35 pounds and I feel great! No more acid problems! Most of that weight loss was in the first 7 months of my diet and then I stalled. I kept eating the same and kept taking 15,000-18,000 steps per day. Like I said, it wasn’t about the weight. But I was curious as to why it suddenly stopped. I’m not big, but I still have what I call my “wobbly parts” (my husband hates me saying that hahaha) so I know I COULD lose more. So I decided to download Carb Manager just to see where I was in my daily routine. Turns out, I’m normally reaching my carb and calorie intake, but not even close to my fat requirements. I started adding tablespoons of cream cheese, avocado, and sour cream to everything and cooking with extra butter to see how that affected my body. 1 week later … I’m 5 pounds lighter! Now before I get attacked for this, it is important to note that I eat a lot of veggies every day. They did all my blood tests, I am very, very healthy. Anyway, for anyone stuck, consider downloading an app to help you see if you’re hitting your macros! * Additional personal information * I have noticed that when I am in ketosis I have bradycardia with a resting heart rate as low as 52 (although my doctor is not concerned), after a weekend of Carby my heart rate goes back up to 65 -75.

Hi everyone, I have seen some posts recently about plateaus. So I thought I’d let everyone know how I recently broke mine. When I started the ketogenic diet, it was experimental. I had been diagnosed with GERD at 28 and I didn’t want to take a pill every day for the rest of my life. I found some peer-reviewed scientific articles suggesting that up to 80% of people with GERD find relief on a ketogenic diet within 1 week. I have a grandfather who passed away from esophageal cancer due to GERD, so my motivation was NOT to lose weight, just to decrease stomach acid and hopefully prevent esophageal cancer. I have been ketogenic for just over a year. I have lost between 30 and 35 pounds and I feel great! No more acid problems! Most of that weight loss was in the first 7 months of my diet and then I stalled. I kept eating the same and kept taking 15,000-18,000 steps per day. Like I said, it wasn’t about the weight. But I was curious as to why it suddenly stopped. I’m not big, but I still have what I call my “wobbly parts” (my husband hates me saying that hahaha) so I know I COULD lose more. So I decided to download Carb Manager just to see where I was in my daily routine. Turns out, I’m normally reaching my carb and calorie intake, but not even close to my fat requirements. I started adding tablespoons of cream cheese, avocado, and sour cream to everything and cooking with extra butter to see how that affected my body. 1 week later … I’m 5 pounds lighter! Now before I get attacked for this, it is important to note that I eat a lot of veggies every day. They did all my blood tests, I am very, very healthy. Anyway, for anyone stuck, consider downloading an app to help you see if you’re hitting your macros! * Additional personal information * I have noticed that when I am in ketosis I have bradycardia with a resting heart rate as low as 52 (although my doctor is not concerned), after a weekend of Carby my heart rate goes back up to 65 -75.

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