How to Customize Your Own Ketogenic Diet Meal Plan by: Orlando Scott
E-book Count: 22
Book Count: 37
First this book is the sequel to another book on dieting. Second it is clear that the author besides jumping on the keto bandwagon follows all the main stream dieting advice that most people that follow a keto diet disagree with. There was a section on how to most exactly determine how many calories you are currently burning, so that you can then calculate how many fewer ones you need to eat to lose at the rate that you want to. There is the suggestion that you should eat many small meals and snacks all day long because otherwise you will be too hungry. It has almost no actual advice on how to customize a keto diet and the things that it does suggest is crazy. For example it says to make things easy you can make 6-12 meals ahead (1-2 days) and then just eat the same thing at each meal. And then it gives samples of what to eat in a day for a 2,000 calorie a day diet for someone at a 20% deficit, These include 1.4 cups of tuna and 3/5 cups of brown rice with 12 tablespoons of olive oil, divided up into your 6 meals for the day, or 12 oz of Pork Loin, 35 teaspoons of canola oil and 9 cups of cauliflower again divided into 6 servings. Yummy!