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What is KETO?

Below are my experiences and opinions on keto. I am not a healthcare professional.
What is KETO? A Complete Guide to the Ketogenic Diet

What is this keto thing? It seems to be all over the place these days. Everywhere you look you see new YouTube channels, Instagram accounts, blogs, books, recipes, supplement companies, and classes popping up. It seems to be all keto all the time. But, what is keto? 

If you've been curious about this new keto trend, you're in the right place! In this in-depth guide, I will answer all your questions about all things keto.

What is keto?

Keto is simply short for the keto diet, which is short for the ketogenic diet. They all mean basically the same thing. I will use them interchangeably throughout this blog post.

A ketogenic diet, or keto as I refer to it, is a high fat, moderate protein, very low carb eating approach. Through eating this way consistently your body will get into a state referred to as nutritional ketosis. Once adapted to the keto approach in this way, your body will begin to use ketones for fuel instead of glucose. Ketones are broken down from fat sources. Whether that be dietary fat or stored body fat. Thus, why people call themselves "fat burners" on keto.
keto results
My first 2-months keto progress.

Why keto?

This diet has been around for ages and most known for being used to treat epilepsy patients. It has, however, seen a great resurgence lately and is touted as a dietary approach to help remedy everything from obesity to Type 2 Diabetes, to neurological disorders. It is even suggested as a supplementary Cancer therapy for certain types of cancer. Currently, much of the evidence is anecdotal but encouraging nonetheless. Promising research is trickling in pretty consistently though.

Just a side note, if you're interested in the studies and research that are being done surrounding keto, LCHF, insulin resistance, etc definitely follow Benjamin Bikman on Twitter or Instagram.

While there is some promising research coming out to suggest many health, wellness, and longevity-related implications for keto, most people are generally looking to keto for fat loss and body composition goals. Many see weight loss and strength gains adding keto into their healthy lifestyle plan. Ketones have a protein-sparing, anti-catabolic, anti-inflammatory effect. People looking to lose fat and gain muscle or strength look to keto for this reason.

Two keto benefits often overlooked are increased energy levels and mental performance. Most people on a keto diet experience noticeably increased energy levels as well as improved mental focus and clarity.

How do you get started with keto?

The simplest way to start keto is to drop your carbs to 20 to 30 grams total carbs per day. From there you can play around with protein and fats levels and see where you feel best and see the best results. I started with these, standard keto, macros:

What are keto macros?

There's much discussion surrounding keto macro goals. Keto macros are simply the macronutrient ratios you eat on a ketogenic diet based on the percentage of calories consumed. So, if you eat 1500 calories a day, what percentage of those calories are fat, protein, and carbohydrate? Those are your macros.

Keto macros vary widely based on your goals. For example, someone looking for fat loss will have different macros from someone looking to use keto as an Epilepsy therapy. 

While you will see keto macros from 90% to 60% fat, 5 to 30% protein, and 5 to 20% carbohydrates, the most common recommendation for a keto diet is 75% fat, 20% protein, and 5% carbohydrates.

How do you know when you're in nutritional ketosis?

While there are purported "signs" of being in nutritional ketosis, the most foolproof way to know is to test your ketone levels

There are several methods of testing your ketones. The first is urine test strips. There are varying opinions among the keto community whether these are accurate once you've been in ketosis for a while. They can be an affordable option for beginners though. The second is ketone breath meters. These aren't as readily available and are quite a bit more expensive. They are however very convenient as you just have to breathe into them and they don't require replacing test strips. The last option is ketone blood meters. These are similar to meters diabetics use to test their glucose (in fact, many test glucose as well). Blood ketone meters give an exact reading for ketone levels, such as 1.6 millimolar, and are handy for those really looking to optimize their ketone diet.

Just a note, these discussions of ketone levels are NOT for Type 1 diabetics. Type 1 diabetics are a special case and should check with a knowledgeable health practitioner and do further research.

What readings are considered ideal nutritional ketosis levels? Ketone levels of 0.5 millimolar or above are considered nutritional ketosis and 1 to 3 is considered the optimal range for most people seeking fat loss, strength performance, and mental focus benefits. Though, Jimmy Moore shares his levels ranged even up to 5 in the beginning. Also, levels around 3-5 millimolar are generally considered optimal therapeutic ranges (though I've seen recommendations up to 6).

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Do you have to track on keto?

Tracking seems to be quite the hot topic among the keto community. Some are for it, some vehemently against it, and some "meh" whatever.
Overall, most people beginning a new ketogenic diet or seeking specific health or wellness goals with keto will be best served to track their calories, macros, and definitely their carbohydrate grams. The most common recommendations being 20-30 grams of carbs on keto.

There are great apps available to track your keto diet. My Fitness Pal and SparkPeople are popular options that offer free versions and allow you to customize your macronutrient goals.

Tracking Printable

Do calories count on keto?

Do you have to track calories on the keto diet? Well, that depends greatly on your goals and how in-touch you are with your body and hunger and fullness cues. 

I often see people profess that you absolutely shouldn't count calories on the keto diet. While that will work fabulously for a lot of folks, it will not work for everyone. ultimately you can out-eat a keto diet. Meaning, you can reach a level of just too many calories for your goals even on perfectly clean, keto foods.

Beginners, those really out of touch with their hunger and fullness cues, and those simply not seeing the results they desire on keto would be best served by tracking their calories on keto. Though it needn't be a forever thing, it can be beneficial for a period of time.

Does carb type matter?

Are all carbs created equal or does quality matter? It seems to be a common notion that keto is just bacon, eggs and butter. In reality, a well-crafted keto diet will be abundant in low-carbohydrate, nutrient-dense greens and veggies. 

Because you are limiting your carbs so much on keto, you want to get the most bang for your buck nutrition-wise from the carbs you do choose. Therefore, it is best to focus your carb choices on nutrient-dense carbohydrates. Think nutrient-packed, low-carb veggies like greens, broccoli, etc. Berries are another nutrient-dense powerhouse. In order to reach your nutrition requirements, you will want to focus on these nutrient-dense carb sources and minimize empty, junk carb sources like sweeteners as much as possible.

activity levels on keto

What about exercise on keto?

Do you have to exercise with keto? What are the best exercises to do on keto?

First, no you don't have to exercise on keto. Will you see optimal gains towards your goals without exercise? Maybe. But probably not. Exercise is good for us overall. We should all exercise at our current ability level and work towards improvement. Whatever your goals on keto, exercise should be part of your game plan.

Now, as far as best exercise, it's the same for keto as anything else. Everyone should start at their ability level and work towards a program including strength training, some level of cardio that gets your heart rate up, and flexibility training. A well-rounded fitness program will benefit everyone, keto included.

The one caveat, it may be wise to go easy the first 3 weeks or so on keto. As your body transitions be a little gentle. Just focus on keeping your daily movement up. Walks are a great option. After that, find what you love and will do consistently. If you already have a consistent workout program, just take it slightly easier as you adapt.

If you find, even once keto-adapted, that your workout energy levels are down or you're struggling with workout performance, consider trying a keto pre-workout with creatine, MCT, and exogenous ketones.

Best Keto Supplements

What about all of these keto supplements flooding the market?

Keto supplement companies are popping up all over the place. As with any diet that becomes popular, companies will swoop in to capitalize on the new market. Though it is best to focus on real, whole foods, I still think this can be highly beneficial to those on the keto diet. Just beware not all keto supplements are created equal, nor are they even necessarily truly keto. Always read your labels for carb counts and ingredients.

Also, some are touting claims that you can simply take their keto supplement as a replacement for the keto diet. I would humbly disagree. Taking a keto supplement and eating a standard high carb American diet is no comparison to consistent keto eating. However, many of these supplements can be a great addition to your existing ketogenic diet lifestyle.

Some of the most promising keto supplements currently out are no-carb electrolyte powders, MCT powders, exogenous ketones, and various keto shake products. Keeping your electrolytes in balance is extremely important on keto. No-carb electrolyte powders are an amazing help for this common keto issue. This is the one supplement that will benefit the majority of people on the keto diet. MCT Powders are a great option for those that don't do well with (or prefer the taste of) MCT oil. Try some MCT Powder in your keto coffee or post-workout shakes. Exogenous ketones are exactly what they sound like, ketones you consume. They can be a great boost to your ketone levels when you're first beginning ketosis or looking for therapeutic ketone levels. Try adding MCT powder to your exogenous ketones for maximum benefit. Keto shake products can be a good option for those too busy for breakfast or looking for a replacement for their high carb post-workout shakes. Some make a great flavored coffee creamer alternative as well.

Keto Coffee Creamer

Which sweeteners are allowed on keto?

You will find wildly varying opinions here. From purists who think sweeteners of any kind should be banned because the mere sweet taste can cause an insulin response, to those who allow artificial chemical-laden sweeteners of all kinds. 

Best case scenario, try to minimize your sweetener use. Dr. Jason Fung shares in his book The Obesity Code that many no-calorie sweeteners like stevia have been shown to raise insulin. In light of this, I use very little sweeteners, even more natural ones. When you do choose to use sweeteners, look for naturally derived varieties with the least amount of carbs. Read your labels! You would be surprised how carbs can sneak in here, even with natural, calorie-free sweeteners. Some stevia blend products can contain 2+ grams of carbs per serving. That can really add up.

The most common natural keto diet friendly sweeteners currently used are:
  1. Stevia
  2. Monk Fruit also called Luo Han Guo

What is "keto flu" and how do you avoid it?

The "keto flu" is a term widely used in the keto community to describe the not great, withdrawal-type symptoms some experience while their body transitions to fad adaptation. Transitioning from being a glucose burner to being a fat burner will take time. Many will experience fatigue, headaches, muscle cramps, and just general unwell feelings at the beginning of this transition. You're taking away carbs that your body is used to running on and it tends to let you know it is disgruntled. Also, keto tends to cause your body to flush water and salt, which is great for getting rid of bloating and excess water, but can cause electrolyte imbalance and dehydration.

Thankfully, this will all pass once your body adapts and most people will feel amazing at this point. In the meantime, however, it's not a whole lot of fun.

This is where keto supplements really shine. Electrolytes and exogenous ketone supplements can greatly help ease this transition and keto flu suffering. Also, ensuring you're getting enough water and salt is imperative on keto. It's all about finding that balance.

Best Exogenous Ketonesbest keto flu supplements

What is "low carb purgatory" and can keto help with this?

Low Carb purgatory is another slang term used for not feeling great on a low carb or LCHF (low carb high fat) diet. Generally, the cause of low carb purgatory is eating low carb, but not low carb enough to be in ketosis. Your body is caught in this weird state of not getting carbs, but not necessarily being low enough in carbs to get into ketosis and transition to burning ketones. Again it will let you know it is not happy.

It can also be used interchangeably with "keto flu", meaning the transition time on a low carb diet.

Keto is often the answer to low carb purgatory symptoms. Simply restructure your macros to be ketogenic and once you transition into nutritional ketosis (see keto flu above for coping tips) the low carb purgatory symptoms should vanish.

Total carbs or net carbs?

Should you count total carbs or "net" carbs? This is another hot-button topic, though most people seem to be relying on net carbs. "Net carbs" is simply not counting the fiber grams in your carbohydrate gram counting. Whether you choose to track your total carbs or net carbs is something very individual and best played with along with ketone testing to see how your body is responding. (I personally count total carbs and stick to 10-20 grams. It just works for me.)

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How do I beat a keto plateau?

A "keto plateau" is generally when someone is not losing weight on a keto diet. Or was losing weight on a keto diet, but temporarily stalled. There are several things to be tried when this happens:
  1. Track your calories and macros and make sure they are ideal. Many will find their calories, carbs, or protein levels are too high.
  2. Track TOTAL carbs. If you're counting net carbs, try switching to counting total carbs.
  3. Cut out all sweeteners. As I mentioned above, they've been shown to raise insulin.
  4. Test your ketone levels and make sure they're ideal. Some people will think they're eating keto but aren't actually at optimal ketone levels.
  5. DITCH the "keto" or "low carb" prepackaged treats. This will stop many a keto weight loss journey in its tracks. Often these are laden with sugar alcohols, artificial ingredients, and "hidden" carbs.
  6. Make sure you're getting enough water and salt. Keto can cause your body to flush both, which we need optimal levels of when trying to lose weight.
  7. Try going dairy-free for a few weeks. This seems to be an issue for many more than realize it and is a common cure for keto stalls.
  8. Try cutting out nuts for a few weeks. Again, a common stumbling block for weight loss on keto.
  9. Try adding some keto supplements. Some MCT powder, exogenous ketones, or electrolytes might do the trick to get the scale moving again.
  10. Alternately, take out the keto supplements. On the flip side, if you're doing a lot of keto supplements, like exogenous ketone blends, try taking them out and see if that gets you the results you're seeking.
  11. Try intermittent fasting. While beyond the scope of this blog post, IF is commonly practiced alongside keto. A simple google search will provide many options to try.
Hot Cocoa Keto Pancakes

What if I get bored on keto?

The best weapon against boredom is variety. For keto, this means trying new foods and recipes. Really try to get out of your comfort zone, you may find new loves.

The internet has done an amazing job at providing loads of free keto recipes. A quick search on Google or Pinterest will provide a host of delicious options. (You can find my keto Pinterest board here.) There are also some great keto recipe books starting to become available. Go nuts, try new things!

One word of caution, as with anything else, one person's keto may not be keto. Check ingredients and carb counts.

What are the most common keto foods?


Clean keto foods list:

  • Fats: Coconut oil, grass-fed butter, grass-fed ghee, walnut oil, macadamia nut oil, olive oil, avocado oil, avocado oil mayo and salad dressings, low carb nut butters (reading labels and practicing portion control is vital here), MCT oil, coconut, coconut cream, coconut milk, coconut butter, cream cheese, sour cream, low carb cheeses, eggs.
  • Meats: Virtually all meat, poultry, and fish or seafood. Read labels on processed versions as many add non-clean additives and sugars. Also, grass-fed, wild caught, organic is always best when relevant depending on budget. Beef, chicken, pork, venison, duck, salmon, oysters, sardines, lamb, cod, tuna, turkey...
  • Low carb nuts: Pecans, Brazil nuts, and macadamia nuts are best, but many others are great with tighter portion control. Check carb count on the labels.
  • Low carb veggies: Green veggies are best. Check carb counts on labels. Salad greens, broccoli, asparagus, cucumber, zucchini, collard greens, swiss chard, green onions, spinach.
  • Fruit: Portion control is extremely important here, as well as reading labels (or googling) carb counts. Berries are best. As well as non-traditional fruits like avocado.
  • Salts and Spices: Experiment with a variety of salts and spices. Always read labels on spice blends for lurking carbs and sugar. 
  • Beverages: Unsweetened versions of any coffee, tea, mineral water, electrolyte-added water, sparkling water, Perrier, lemon water, cucumber water, and low carb non-dairy milk alternatives (like unsweetened versions of Milkadamia, cashew milk, coconut milk, Ripple, etc).
  • Treats: Be extremely careful with keto treats. Especially the various keto-treat and bread-type recipes online and the pre-packaged keto foods beginning to roll out. Read ingredients and count the carbs! Good options are low sugar dark chocolate and fat bombs.
  • Alcohol: It may be a good idea to test your ketones and see how various alcohols affect them. Low sugar red wine and low carb hard alcohols like vodka are good options for many. Because of the way our body processes alcohol, most will find it beneficial to limit it, especially at the beginning of their keto diet.

I hope that answers all your questions. From my perspective of course. If I left any of your questions unanswered in this keto diet summary, feel free to ask in the comments below. I have follow-up posts and videos coming soon to expand on most of these topics if you're wanting further info!

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KETO Cocktails: The Lemon Drop

I love a good glass of red wine now and then, I mean it's practically a health food, right? ;) But sometimes I just want a cocktail. I'm all for moderation and having a drink now and then, but I'm just not down with the calorie, carb, and sugar counts of some of my favorites. Seriously, have you ever looked them up? Eek. So, I've set to work at converting my favorite cocktail recipes to be more keto diet friendly!

The first cocktail recipe I'm tackling is the lemon drop. I used to love these, but haven't had one in years because of the sugar in them. In my early twenties I had a friend who used to make them for me all the time. We would have a shaker full of these, a good dinner, and a chick flick on a weeknight, it was kind of bliss. Her recipe called for so. much. SUGAR though! Looking back I think she may have used a wee bit more sugar than most, but they were really good.

I think my keto-ized recipe comes pretty dang close to those delicious memories! It'…

30 Easy Prep and Pack Whole30 Lunch Recipes

The Whole30Program is amazing. I highly recommend it. Every time I've done a Whole 30 I have felt AMAZING by the end. It's a very empowering experience. It is not however an easy one. Mostly because the food prep can take much more time if you're used to grab and go options. A little planning ahead and you can definitely make it through the 30 days.

When it comes to Whole30 lunches, 3 things worked best for me:

Quick and easy salads.Prepping food on Sunday.Cooking too much at dinner and eating leftovers for lunch the next day.
I thought I'd share 30 of the awesome Whole30 lunch recipes I've found from my favorite bloggers (and a few from me!). I've included all three options I listed above. Some quick and easy salads, some to prep an entire recipe on the weekend and then portion them for lunches that week, and some to be cooked for dinner and the leftovers packed for lunch the next day. Play around and see what works best for you.

This list of 30 Whole30 Lunch Reci…

Keto Paleo Friendly Coffee Creamer Recipe

Going keto paleo has me missing one thing: the organic grass-fed half-and-half I'd been having in my coffee. Since going paleo over a year ago I've searched and searched and just never found anything else I love in my coffee. I'd just about given up on a keto paleo-friendly coffee creamer!

I was almost to resign myself to black coffee forever, but then I decided to resort again to trying to make my own. This version is simple and quite delicious. Not only is it keto paleo, but Whole30 and 21 Day Sugar Detox friendly as well.

Keto Paleo Cinnamon Vanilla Coffee Creamer
1 can Organic Canned Coconut Milk(the kind in the carton just won't do it)
1 teaspoon Cinnamon Vietnamese Organic
1 teaspoon Organic Pure Vanilla for 100% Whole30 compliant swap for vanilla powder
2 teaspoons raw local honey or Organic Maple Syrup (optional, leave out for KETO, Whole30, or 21DSD)

Blend all ingredients well in your blender. Store in the refrigerator (the cinnamon tends to set…

Easy Paleo Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Growing up the only encounter I had with sweet potatoes was at Thanksgiving dinner. I hesitate to even call them sweet potatoes though. They were more like sugar coated sugar, with a side of sugar. Seriously!
The recipe was to coat a baking dish in margarine, add diced sweet potatoes, top with more margarine and a healthy heaping of brown sugar. Bake. And then? At the end you top the whole thing with a bag of marshmallows and bake again.
Blech! Needless to say I was never fond of sweet potatoes.
When I first went paleo I decided to reacquaint myself with sweet potatoes. They’re a great paleo-friendly carb source. I must confess the thought made me shudder, but I persevered. I tried them simple. Baked. I was so shocked. They're so good!
Now, I love sweet potatoes. They’re a go-to side dish for family dinners. Not only are they delicious, but they’re good for us and easy to make. The funny thing about sweet potatoes is they taste amazing all on their own. When it comes to sweet potato r…

Jillian Michaels BodyShred Full Review

I have to say my two months of BodyShred flew by! It seems like I just started yesterday. Ah, time flies while you're having fun. Right? OK, in this full review post, I hope to give you a good overview of exactly what the BodyShred program is as well as my thoughts and opinions on the program. So, is Jillian Michaels BodyShred hype or help? Let's chat...

Jillian Michaels BODYSHRED is Jillian's latest total-package fitness program. This set includes:

What's in the box:BodyShred Fitness Guide
BodyShred Meal Plan
BodyShred Rotational Calendar
BodyShred "Let Them See You Sweat" Workout Towel
     8 - Shred Style Circuit Workouts
       1. Launch
       2. Rise
       3. Amplify
       4. Escalate
       5. Conquer
       6. Triumph 
       7. Zenith
       8. Apex
     2 - Straight Cardio Workouts
       1. Fire Up
       2. Ignite
    Plus, bonus workout Opus and a disc on the cast and teaching the moves. So, a total of 12 DVDs are included in this set.

The BodyShred Workouts

Paleo Smoky Grilled Pineapple Burgers

Since going Paleo my family has fallen even more in love with our grill. Paleo and grilling just work well together. The past couple of years I've even been stepping outside my grilling comfort zone more and more. Grilling things I'd never thought to have grilled before and trying new flavor combinations. I have to say I'm pretty thrilled with the results of most of my flavor experiments. 

In the past I'd never have thought to grill fruit, but it's amazing. Grilling fruit and adding it to traditionally savory dishes? Brilliant.

Oh yes, and? New rule: every burger recipe for the rest of forever must contain grilled pineapple. OK, maybe more of a guideline. It's a seriously delicious combination though.

This Smoky Grilled Pineapple Burger is always a crowd-pleaser at my house. It's not only Paleo, but Whole30, glutenfree, lower carb, and clean eating friendly. I promise you won't miss the bun! 

paleo, grilled pineapple burger, smoky grilled pineapple burger,…

Paleo Peppermint Mocha Coffee Creamer Recipe

It's just not the holidays for me without a Starbucks peppermint mocha (or white chocolate peppermint mocha, mmm). I generally splurge once or twice during the holiday season with the real thing. Since going keto paleo, however, I'm not sure if I will. Sometimes the sugar just isn't worth it!

Problem is I like them, miss them, and would really enjoy them all season long!
So..... I decided I wanted to tackle the peppermint mocha and come up with Paleo-friendly version. With this simple recipe, I can have a peppermint mocha anytime.

Not only is this recipe Paleo, but it's also Whole30, gluten-free, vegan, primal, and 100% junk-free. Paleo Peppermint Mocha RecipeIngredients:
1 can Organic Canned Coconut Milk(Regular, NOT light. Seriously, ew.)
1/3 cup Organic Cocoa Powder
2 to 3 Tablespoons Organic Grade B Maple Syrup (Optional, leave out for keto or Whole30.)
1/2 to 1 teaspoon Organic Peppermint Extract(Depending how pepperminty you like it. I do 1/2 teaspoon)
1 teaspoon Organic …

KETO Hot Cocoa Pancakes

OK, I know I've been on quite the low carb pancake tangent lately, but THESE! Seriously, these are yummtastic. Yummazing? Ya, they're really good. They just might be my favorite recipe I've ever done. Ever. OK, that might be my paleo apple crisp recipe, but that's not low, I wonder if I could tweak that low carb...

That would be brilliant!

You know, bloggers area always talking seo this and seo that (seo stands for search engine optimization if you're not a blogger) and I'm just over here yammering. I'm pretty sure when google's spider crawlers (anyone shiver at that word picture? eesh) get to FitViews they just think, "Yeesh, move along. Nothing to see here." Ha ha ha!

Anyway, pancakes. KETO Hot Cocoa Low Carb Pancakes no less. So good. 

As I've mentioned before I'm back to low carb (keto actually) and developing new recipes to make it easier to stick with. I find I just plain feel great when I eat ketogenic, and I definitely h…

Paleo Spaghetti and Meat Sauce

Have you ever blown up a spaghetti squash in the microwave? I have. Multiple times. I don't recommend it. It's quite the mess to clean up. And the noise? Will likely make you jump.
I kept seeing people say to just cook the whole spaghetti squash in the microwave. Don't bother cutting it, they said, it's so quick and easy, they raved. 
Ya, no. I blow it up.
So. You've been warned. If you do dare to put the thing whole in your microwave, at least make sure you have the camera set up...
Oh, and maybe poke a "vent" hole in it very carefully with a knife.
Paleo (Whole30) Spaghetti with Meat Sauce:

Ingredients1 spaghetti squash
2 lbs lean grass-fed ground beef
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
1 (14.5 oz) can organic fire-roasted diced tomatoes
1 (6 oz) can organic tomato paste
1/2 cup water
1 1/2 teaspoons Himalayan pink salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
2 teaspoons organic basil
2 teaspoons organic oregano
1 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon organic granulated garlic


Hype or Help: Jillian Michaels Body Revolution Final Program Review

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Disclaimer: I received Jillian Michaels Body Revolutionfor review purposes. As always opinions are 100% honest and my own.

After three long months of testing this program I'm finally down to the review! I've had so many questions, and I hope to answer them all here.
So, is it hype or help? Have a seat, let's talk about that...

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What's Included with Jillian Michaels Body Revolution: 15 Workout DVDsResistance CableFitness Guide BookFat Burning Meal Plan7 Day Kick-Start Your Metabolism Plan90 Day JournalBookmark
What's in the box? My unboxing video if you want to see it all:
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