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Lazy keto is a much easier (and more simple) way to partake in a low-carb lifestyle.
In this post, I’ll explain how this style of keto is different from the traditional version. Of course, I’ll throw in some lazy keto recipes too!
Some may look complicated, but these recipes are easy peasy cheat’s lazy versions.
Have you heard of the term “lazy keto?” Many people think this is what the ketogenic lifestyle is all about. Is this the same thing as “dirty keto“? There is so much misinformation and different terms out there that it’s no wonder people are confused!
Let’s clear everything up right now. I’ll even share some easy clean keto recipes that you can make with very little effort too.
What Is Lazy Keto?
The term lazy keto is used interchangeably with dirty keto. In my “what is dirty keto” guide, I explained everything about it!
Basically, lazy keto (or dirty keto) is where the only thing people track is carbs, and they try to eat less than 20 grams of carbs a day.
They don’t track any other macros – not fat, not fiber, and not protein. Just the carbs.
Another difference between lazy keto and clean (or pure) keto is that lazy keto allows people to eat food from whatever source they want as long as they consume less than 20 grams of carbs per day.
So many people who follow…