This program is read by the author.
DIRTY, LAZY, KETO is part girlfriend’s guide, part inspirational story detailing the secret to losing weight and keeping it off without the strict restrictions of a traditional keto diet.
Fully expanded edition of the bestselling mini-guide!
You don’t have to be perfect at keto to be successful! Stephanie Laska lost 140 pounds, roughly half of her body weight, by following her own version of the keto diet. She figured out the secret to losing weight was to break the rules. Who wants to count every single crumb that enters their mouth? Um, no one! Stephanie found long-term success with an outlaw version of the keto diet she calls both "dirty" and "lazy".
Are you interested in the Ketogenic diet? Have you tried it and found it difficult and intimidating?
Good news! This guide is here to help inspire keto beginners and offer a fresh approach to those keto-shamed for wanting a Diet Coke.
We all know losing weight isn’t just about the food – it’s so much more complicated. Stephanie shares her heartfelt secrets to weight loss success in DIRTY, LAZY, KETO: Get Started Losing Weight While Breaking the Rules.
· Meal ideas, recipes, and food pyramids – but with hand-holding and girlfriend counseling sessions for when things get rough
· Answers the embarrassing keto questions you’ve been too afraid to ask
· Tricks to overcome roadblocks like happy hour and cake-pushers
· The down and dirty on how and why this works
Let Stephanie help you find true success, the dirty, lazy way!
A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Essentials
More about mental hangups
As someone who has lost 95 pounds from keto , in a seven month timeframe,and kept it off for years, I feel like this book gives way more information on mental hangups during obesity then it does the actual information regarding the ketogenic lifestyle. I applaud the author in the amazing weight loss that she’s had, and especially for keeping it off for as many years as she has, however, this book is more like focusing on problems most of us have when we are obese rather than more information of what is entailed in the ketogenic way of life. I, personally, don’t want to focus on that. I purchased this book in hopes of learning even more than I already know about keto, but wish I’d saved my money honestly.