Do You Need Recipes or Meal Plans?
Some books or programs provide you with a number of recipes for specific meals like breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Others are packed with recipes for bread, which for many people is the toughest thing to give up, desserts or fat bombs.
Others are complete programs that explain the concept of a ketogenic diet, provide specific meal plans and also recipes.
When you start out and you want simple recipe books, the Keto in 5 books referred to above are great.
If you need more hand holding, there are two programs I like.
The first is from the same team at TasteAholics. They’ve put together weekly meal plans with recipes, grocery lists and everything you’ll need to plan a whole week of meals.
These are not free, but you can try their free 1 week trial to see if it is what you are looking for.
The second is from the team at Perfect Keto.
They’ve created a 30 day kick start program. It is free and they give you lots of resources to get you started with Keto.
Read more about it here or click on the image below to sign up and get going…