I started about 2 months ago doing simple things to address my weight. Snacking less, drinking less, and being more active in general. Slowly but surely I've lost about 10 lbs with pretty minimal changes.
Hearing you guys talk about Keto and now reading about it here, it has me curious but I'm not sure if it's something I can do. My job requires me to travel about 1 week a month, and when we travel we have almost every meal catered - aka no choice in what's available to eat.
Typical meals we have brought in for us are pretty much everything listed to avoid - sandwiches, pasta, pizza, etc. I'm on the road currently and today's lunch was potato salad, baked beans, bbq brisket, and bbq chicken. There's nothing high fat there and the beans and potatoes are out right off the bat.
We bring our own snack food with us, but the working conditions don't give us time to go out and get or prepare our own meals. I could supplement meals with high fat snacks but I'd probably spend most days eating mostly snacks - hardly a fulfilling diet.
In your opinion(s), is the Keto diet even worth considering in this case? I certainly wouldn't want to have to deal with the "keto flu" once a month.