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I am excited to share this meal plan with you, I firmly believe in the importance of healthy eating.  

Eating healthily is fundamental to good health and well-being, it helps us maintain a healthy weight and reduces the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol as well as the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

This low carb Nigerian meal plan has a time table, it will be emailed to you when you sign up and indicate interest.

This meal plan is keto compliant and essential if you decide to go low carb to burn those excess fats or lose weight.  

Losing weight can be easier and quicker by increasing your metabolism rate and burning more calories. Metabolic rate is the rate at which the body burns calories or the overall rate of tissue oxidation of fuels by all the body's organs. For example, if you consume 2500 calories daily and you burn 2500 calories daily, you will stay at the same weight.

You need to consume lesser calories, this will help you remain below the number of calories you require to lose weight or maintain your weight. If for instance you accidentally eat more calories in a day, it is okay. We understand how difficult it is to switch from eating whatever to eating all healthy and in smaller portions all of a sudden.

In general, if you consume more calories than the body burns, it will result in weight gain. The calorie intake necessary to achieve this will vary from individual to individual. As a guide, consuming more calories than the body burns daily will cause weight gain even if you are eating low carb. This is not to scare you, many people over the years have bought into the hype that Keto is the secret to magic weight loss, don’t get me wrong, Keto works but you need to help it help you by following instructions of eating fewer carbs.


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