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Keto is 60-80% fat, 15-30% protein, and 5-10% carohydrates. Individuals who are just starting keto should know the right
amount of macros to consume daily based on their current weight, energy
needs (calories), and activity level. To do this, you’ll want to use a keto calculator. But don’t stop there. As you progress on the keto diet, it’s good
practice to recalculate your macros. You can do this every four
weeks or when you’re no longer losing weight — in other words, when you’ve reached a weight loss plateau. Keep in mind that no matter what your protein and fat numbers are, limit your carbs to only 50 grams per day. (50 grams of net carbs if you’re including plants in your keto diet or 50 grams of total carbs if you’re focusing on meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs only). 2. Plan your meals and keep them simple. Life can get crazy, and when you’re under a lot of stress, you’re likely to opt for high-carb, sugary foods.