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The 28 Day Ketogenic Training Starts Tonight!

Are you ready to lose weight and regain your health?

Tonight we are starting a new round of training in our 28 Day Ketogenic Training program!  This is the training I wish I had when I was 400 lbs and unsure of what to do to lose weight, end my Metabolic Syndrome and cure my wife’s Type 2 Diabetes.

Tonight at 8 PM CST and every night for the next 28 days I will have a new Facebook live video for you walking you through everything you need to know about the ketogenic diet and answer any questions you might have along the way.  You will also get a fantastic ketogenic meal plan sent to you each week with 5 dinners, a breakfast, a soup or salad and a dessert for just $20 for the first month and $15 a month after that.

It’s a great way to join a community of over a thousand other people who have taken charge of their life and repaired their metabolism with this way of eating.

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28 Day Challenge Final Recap!

28 Day Challenge Final Recap!

The 28 Day Challenge is over!  At least this version of it.  We had several success stories come out of, most of which you can read about in the 28 Day Challenge Facebook group here.  Overall, this was a great challenge for everyone involved as I was the first time we had a specifically ketogenic bent to the teachings instead of just a general low carb focus so there was a ton of new information for everyone to learn and enjoy.

As for my own personal 28 days, I started January 2nd at 230.1 and ended January 30th at 220.4 which means I was about .3 lbs away from losing 10 lbs during the challenge.  Overall, I’d have to say that I was pretty happy with the results.

Just because the challenge is over doesn’t mean that you can’t lose weight!  Just join us in the FaceBook group and let us know if you need any help with what to do.  Everyone in that room is happy to help.  You can also get caught up on the lessons here.

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Day 26: How to Improve Your Sleep

 

How to Improve Your Sleep

These are the notes from last night’s video in the 28 Day Challenge.  You can join us in the 28 Day Challenge FaceBook Group here, get our FREE 28 Day Ketogenic Meal Plan here, and pick up our recipe and instructional books here.

Sleep is an incredibly important but often overlooked component of your overall health routine.  Sleep has been proven to increase overall health by improving your sex drive, reducing chronic pain, helping your body recover from injuries faster, improving your mood, increasing your ability to resist sugar cravings, improve your cognitive function, and increase your immunity.

 

You should experience better and more restful sleep in ketosis but there are things you can do to improve your sleep time.

 

Stick to a sleep schedule

Consistently going to bed and waking up at the same time every day trains your body when to sleep.  You will go to sleep faster and sleep more soundly.

 

Stop eating a few hours before bedtime

 

Your body shouldn’t have to work on digesting food while sleeping.  Not only will cutting out those late night snacks help you lose weight faster but your sleep will be more restful as your body can focus on doing the restorative work it needs to do at night instead of digesting food.

 

Create a bedtime ritual

 

Do the same thing every night before going to bed.  It might be a warm bath or reading a chapter in a book or listening to soothing music.  Try to limit your exposure to screens in that last hour before bedtime because that stimulates hormones that will keep you awake.

 

Create a “comfort zone”

 

Invest in things that make your bedroom a relaxing place.  This might be a new mattress or high thread count sheets.  You could get black out curtains, earplugs, or anything else that makes you more comfortable.

 

Destress

 

Stress keeps you awake.  Whether you are worried about bills or personal relationships, these stresses can keep you awake at night.  Some basic things you can do to reduce stress are getting organized, setting priorities, setting and meeting goals, stretching, being with friends and family and setting a budget.

 

If you would like to learn more sleep hacks, take a look at Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson.

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