Extra Easy Keto: 7 Days to Ketogenic Weight Loss on a Low-Carb Diet (Paperback)
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From USA Today and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author Stephanie Laska comes a seven-day keto kick-start that is extra easy to follow!
As seen on NBC’s Today show and the cover of Woman’s World magazine, Stephanie Laska shares her secrets to losing 140 pounds. If you want to lose weight on a keto-ish diet while having a life, this is the book for you. There are no complex math equations or “ridonculous” ketogenic rules to follow—think simple and stress-free! Whether you want to start a keto diet fresh or need help getting over a weight-loss hump, Stephanie Laska is here to help you begin in an Extra Easy Keto way.
Over seven days, Stephanie will lay out a workable plan in bite-sized pieces. With carb-counting cheat sheets and proven meal-planning tricks, Extra Easy Keto is doable for everyone! You can have your (sugar-free) cake and eat it too. From cheesy casseroles to low-carb cheesecakes, fat-fueled, keto-friendly foods satisfy hunger, facilitate weight loss, and taste great.
Stephanie Laska doesn’t just talk the talk; she walks the walk. She is one of the few keto authors who has successfully lost half of her body weight (140 pounds!) and maintained that weight loss for a decade. Her mission is to help as many people as possible fight obesity one carb at a time.
Stephanie’s honest sass and fresh approach to the keto diet break all the traditional rules of dieting. You might have caught her cooking debut with Al Roker on NBC’s Today show or seen her on the covers of Woman’s World magazine. Her story has been celebrated in articles or images shared by Parade, Fox News, U.S. News & World Report, New York Post, among many others.
Stephanie participated in the USA Today Storytellers Project and has appeared multiple times on CBS’s GoodDay Sacramento. She has run a dozen marathons—most notably the New York City Marathon Not bad for a girl who ran her first mile (as in ever!) at close to age forty.