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Your Keto Journey # 11 – What is the cost?


A good friend came up to me the other day and asked me “what’s it going to cost me to start the Keto diet?“

My answer will surprise you.


We spend less money now for our Keto foods then we did on fattening, sugary groceries. So your cost is “nothing but the cost of the book“ I told her. You see, I am not Board Certified in Family Practice for more than 25 years and also Board Certified in Anti-Aging.  

But I know someone who is. His name is Dr. Don Colbert M.D.  His book is entitled “Dr. Colbert's Keto Zone Diet.“  It is precisely in this book that you'll get answers to your health, nutrition and body digestion questions.  From one of the best doctors around!

My husband and I are living proof that the Keto diet really works. In fact, we are so pleased with the results that we are starting to co-write a recipe book that absolutely anyone can follow and create delicious Keto meals.

But first let’s talk about our results.  I lost belly fat and I fit nicely into my old skinny jeans and those dresses that were just hanging in the back of my closet.  What used to be my husband’s big tummy is gone, so there is no longer any belly fat that hangs over his belt.  This man of mine is able to button his sports jacket and no more belly fat pushes against the buttons.  He looks great!

There’s more.  With summer coming, guess who looks good in a bathing suit again? We both do!

You can have the same results!  It’s no secret, there is no magic – it’s just a matter of changing out the foods you eat – and achieving amazing results.

No more hide-my-belly low hanging shirts and tops.

You’ll be able to tuck your top into your jeans just like I do now.

Oh, and wait! There’s more…

Dr. Colbert's book is avaliable using the link below:

Dr. Colbert’s Keto Zone Diet: Burn Fat, Balance Appetite Hormones, and Lose Weight

We may receive a commission if your use this link.  However, you will not pay more for your items.  Promise!

Scroll down to the comments and let me know what your biggest challenge is in your Keto journey.

Share your experiences – good, bad or ugly.

Share this blog post with someone you love and care about!

I’m here for you, as always.

Good Day, Good Week and Good Health to You All!

Kat Heil


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