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The Keto diet continues to trend well into 2019. I don't know about you, but nearly half the people I know swear by the Ketogenic diet. If you don't know what Keto is, its a diet that consists of cutting your carb intake and boosting your fat intake. The reason this diet is so vastly popular is it triggers a natural bodily process, called ketosis, to burn fat and lose weight. Unfortunately, many people struggle to stick to the diet because so many of their favorite foods are off limits. Like any diet, Keto is only successful if you stick to it. Don't let one cheat day roll over into a cheat week, try one of these six Keto Diet hacks to keep you on track.

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