How My Intermittent Fast and Keto Diet, Held up with Travelling

It was a really short and compact weekend getaway to Siargao. No time was wasted and all activity had to be planned out.

Am on a keto diet and proud! Lost 8 kilos since August 1. Then on September 2 I started intermittent fast 16/8 and my body fat dropped relatively faster compared to when I just had keto.

Ketogenic diet is probably one of the hardest diet to follow as it requires you to maintain a ketogenic state which takes hardwork and razor sharp discipline. Limitting your net carbs to 30 grams ain’t a walk in the park.

Intermittent fast, though not a diet requires will power too! Everybody is eating and you’re not because it’s not your schedule yet is never fun.

So how did my intermittent fast and keto diet survive my Siargao adventure? Or did my diet and fast survive it at all!

Well, I am proud to say that, it kind of it!

If you want to know about how, I shared some tips at www.theyogaholics.org and you can check it out in this post.

Honestly, though keto diet might sound scary and intermittent fasting may sound dull, they are actually a great help when it comes to travelling.

Maybe it’s just me, but avoiding carbs and still keeping track of my macros while on the rollercoaster ride of travel and adventure sort of kept me grounded and stable. Intermittent fasting also saved me alot of cash! Breakfast do cost money when you’re travelling. And my scheduled eating turns a simple idea of lunch exciting. It gave me something to look forward too.

By the way!

Today, September 10, I weighed 59.7 kilo! This is a first time in a very long time. And I am so happy. My body fat percentage dropped to 30% from 32% which is surprisingly fast. Keto and intermittent fasting really worked for me.

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