The infographic below shows what you need to do… Cut Out Carbohydrates, Add Healthy Fats to Your Diet, Fast, Plan Your Snacking, Customize Your Food at the Restaurant, Supplement with Exogenous Ketones, Increase Your Physical Activity, Don’t Forget Your Protein, Consume Medium-Chain Triglyceride Oil, Plan Your Keto-Friendly Foods, and Test Your Ketone Levels and Make Changes as Needed.
Transitioning your body into ketosis is a process. Ketosis is the state where your body is burning ketones from fat and using it for energy. Normally, your body relies on glucose from food. The main way that you can make this change is by cutting down on carbs, as they provide the glucose.
You have to remember that if there is glucose, your body will choose this method to get its energy first.
It can take anywhere from a few days to a week to fully make this transition, but you can make choices that speed the process up. Ketosis is more than a diet; it is a lifestyle choice. It involves exercising, taking care of yourself, and cutting your carbs as much as possible. If you focus on all aspects of this change, you will be able to get your body into ketosis more quickly and keep it there.