Non-Scale Victories are ways to track weight loss. Aside from stepping on the scale, how do you measure progress on the keto diet? Take a closer look at non-scale victories. These crucial milestones might just be the secret! Because there is no official number associated with them, their value is often overlooked.
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Listen to Jeannie’s DIRTY, LAZY, KETO weight loss success story. She lost over 100 pounds! How did she achieve such amazing success? Jeannie learned to track weight loss by celebrating non-scale victories. With lots of show and tell examples, she explains how to track weight loss in ways that don’t involve the scale.
Congratulations, Jeannie on your 100 pound weight loss on DIRTY, LAZY, KETO! This isn’t the first time we have heard from Jeannie. You might remember her previous interview about stress and weight loss where she discussed the role of exercise. This is one of the most popular videos on the DIRTY, LAZY, KETO podcast.
“How Do I Become Successful on the Keto Diet?” That’s the million-dollar question. Everyone wants to know the secret behind losing weight (and keeping it off for good).
You might be surprised to learn how nothing fancy is required to lose weight with “dirty keto” or “lazy keto”. No specialty ingredients or expensive items are required! I lost 140 pounds by eating dirty keto meals and snacks from my neighborhood grocery store. Everyday food is all you need.
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