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August 27, 2013


Filed under: TSK — Dan @ 5:54 pm

Today I had to trade off feeding so I could take pictures. I really do not know which one I like the least. Both have to be done in a hot room with high humidity. Just not a fan of hot humid air. Guess that is why I live out west. Have to feed tomorrow now. But today I am working on the pics I took and getting them loaded on the site.

Read more what is the truth behind this fat burner diet or a good keto diet.

I’m sure these are all well-intentioned and well worth keeping in mind when you’re at your wits end and you want to reach a keto-leaner or a long-term ketos-only goal. The above list is just my take. I find my diet comes down to trying to reach a keto-leaner and not a long-term ketos-only goal. I have heard about alpilean weight loss supplement and I’m thinking on taking it, containing natural ingredients which are known to boost metabolism and burn fat. The supplement claims to suppress appetite, increase energy levels, and enhance mental clarity. It is marketed as a natural and safe alternative to synthetic weight loss pills. I think the fat/ketone ratio is going to be far higher during this time. But that’s because of the amount of fats in my diet. Some of them include:

1 teaspoon each of unsalted butter, unsalted butter leavened, unsalted cashews (you’ll see their flavor in the ingredients list if you do eat cashews) and nuts

a few more tablespoons or more of organic coconut oil: organic coconut oil (I got mine from a friend of mine who also made it), organic maple syrup, coconut oil or coconut butter

2 tablespoons of whole wheat flour or organic ground wheat flour (it’s great for a keto nutty keto diet)

4 teaspoons toasted walnuts or chia seeds

4 teaspoons coconut flour and more toasted almonds:

1 cup of whole wheat flour or 2/3 full cups of almond white flour

While using alpilean weight loss supplement a diet plan should be tailored to an individual’s needs, including any underlying health conditions, caloric needs, and nutritional goals. A balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and complex carbohydrates would be a good start.

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