Chapter 9.

Lazy keto

Lazy keto

Lazy keto is very similar to dirty keto; however, it takes things a bit further. It’s lazy. Vegetables are non-existent and traditional meals (mix of selected ingredients) are hardly eaten as they are more often than not single items. On a lazy keto diet, you will find people eating a block of cheese for food, whipped cream, bacon or whatever is around at the time of need that is high fat and low carb.

This dieting style to some might not seem healthy; however, for some, it’s perfect for their lifestyle and dieting preferences and has been a success at helping them lose weight. Lazy keto mostly focuses on keeping fats up.

The diet would be good for;

  • Those that love meat and dairy
  • Dislike veggies
  • Time poor
  • Hate planning and would prefer to eat at will

The diet won’t be the best for;

  • Those that love veggies
  • Intolerant to Dairy
  • Obviously vegans or vegetarians
  • Insulin resistant or females over 40 as dairy is a red flag
  • Health conscious
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