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Health & Fitness: 5 Tips When Developing Your Meal Plan for KETO Diet

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Planning what to eat every day can be a daunting task, and it is one of the main reasons why most people choose to take their meals in a fast food joint or their favorite restaurants.

However, getting KETO-friendly meals in these places can be challenging. If you are lucky to find a restaurant that sells these kinds of healthy meals, be lest assured that you would pay a fortune for it.


Most people abandon the KETO diet because they are forced to eat the same meal every other day. Boring, right? But there is a reliable way out of this – meal planning!

Meal planning for your ketogenic diet is astoundingly flexible. You choose what to easy base on your schedule, needs, and preferences. Popular websites like Keto Vale offer you free downloadable plans for your personal use.

So, why develop a meal plan for my ketogenic diet?

Mainly, the ketogenic diet follows specific rules;

· 75% fats

· 20% proteins and,

· 5% carbs

In case your dream is to get the benefits you read and hear about the KETO diet in multiple information sources, then you need to follow the above set rules. You cannot do this without the help of a well-outlined meal plan, or can you?

To help you develop a meal plan that will help you get the best out of the celebrated KETO diet, here are a few tips that can help you make sound decisions.

Do a thorough review of your week

The first thing you need to do before you put pen to paper is to look at your weekly schedule ask yourself the following questions.

Do you leave very early in the morning for work, and you have no time to cook?

Do you stay in the office the whole day? If so, does the office have a microwave where you can warm your meals?

A great meal plan will work best if well blended with your schedule. There is no need for developing an excellent plan, only for you to realize that you cannot follow it since you do not have the time.

Write down what you have

Check your fridge and pantry and determine what you have for your KETO diet. Doing this will help you know what you need to shop for so that you can ensure you don’t inconvenience your entire plan. If the quantity of what you have is not enough, then determine what you need to add when you go to the market.

PS: if you are starting off, clear your fridge and pantry any unhealthy foods that will give you cravings.

Go shopping!

Don’t rush to develop a list before you have all foods neatly packed in your fridge and pantry. Before you hit the market, however, make sure that you have researched on recommended foods for the ketogenic diet, so that you don’t find yourself buying things that will do you more harm than good.

Choose your recipe

This is the best part of developing a meal plan – selecting what you will eat for the rest of the week.

Here, refer to tip one so that you can select recipes that go hand in hand with your daily routine. To make sure you don’t get bored with this diet, make sure you develop a new recipe every week. There are thousands of recipes you can get online, or you can seek the help of a nutritionist – but only do this when you have a budget. If you don’t know how to cook, buy a keto cookbook, it helps tremendously especially when you’re new to this diet.

Finally, … develop a realistic plan

Do not browse the internet and come up with a recipe you cannot follow. This will make you feel as though the KETO diet is unachievable, and abandon it along the way. Look at all the recipes you find, and only write down what you can cook. With common sense and the will to pay attention to detail, no recipe is too hard to follow. Have a curious mind and try different things every week.

There you have it! With these tips, you will be able to develop a meal plan that works best and your lifestyle. At first, it will seem like a handle you cannot cross. As they say, a journey of a thousand miles starts with one step. Don’t lose hope. In no time, you will be able to do it easier and quicker. Best of luck!

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