🥑 INTRO TO KETO ⚠️

by Apr 30, 2021Nutrition0 comments

All right welcome to module one of the crash course to Keto. Now in this module we would be breaking down ketosis! It’s very important that if you were going to go Keto, If that is your ultimate goal it’s very important you know where you’re going and what you are trying to achieve.

So in this model we will breaking down ketosis and showing you exactly what it is, how it works in the body and how you can go about achieving it. So look forward to seeing you guys. Hope you enjoy this module.

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