I am not keto, just been lowering my carbs, its all about killing those processed food addiction habits.
This guys YouTube channel really did it for me, low carb meal prep.
I basically copied the meal but replaced rice with sweet potato. I also now do it all in a pressure cooker.
I make usually 5 sets of meals similar to above either based on chicken breast or beef.
I stole the sweet potato idea from him as well, he has got many variations of these meals.
The thing with these low carb pre-made meals is you can eat a few of them a day if you feel like eating like a pig and still lose weight as long as you stay away from sugar/rice/pasta carbs.
I never lost weight until I did/copied this setup.
I have watched general broadcast TV shows on diet and looked up stuff on the web etc but got nowhere, nothing compared to just watching every single detail on what to do on YouTube. Youtube made a world of difference because I didn't know how to cook, I didn't know how to meal prep. Books tell you to "cook the chicken", I didn't know how to do it properly.
I am also lazy, I couldn't be bothered cooking every night, so making 5 meals in a single go made a huge the difference.
This is another reason why I see/claim broadcast TV as evil, and that broadcast TV must be replaced with internet only streaming in the coming future world. I would still be stuck in a fat headache riddled hole if it wasn't for YouTube and its ability to conveniently show me the details of cooking/meal-prep as well as what to eat.
My weight loss was quite large, the more I stick to it the more the weight goes, I am actually thinking of reintroducing rice so that its generally more healthy. I go in and out of doing a small set of pushups per day to keep some muscle, but I got to make this more routine also.
I think for those who are keen to see how much weight they can drop, a chicken+brocolli+sweet potato meal prep diet with water as your only drink, is a great way to see the power of dropping carbs. Then you can go and add rice for a more healthy level of carbs and understand just how powerful carbs are, you don't need much rice to see your weight go back up.
Suffer from acid reflux its plagued me for a long time, and I been trying to gain the habit of eating as much as possible earlier in the day, that and still dropping out the sweet foods I am sneaking into my diet due to bad habits and stress.
The more I stress the more I want to run to chocolate or coffee with sugar in it and then get raging acid reflux, I realize I really am at war with "processed foods addiction", it may as well be heroin rather than chocolate/coffee.
One small gain for me is that I realized coffee with any milk is far worse for my acid reflux than just plain coffee, and I am willing to bet dropping that teaspoon of sugar will lower acid reflux even more.
I have realized all the processed foods/sugar really is poison, like having drugs sitting around, but broadcast TV/media made it feel normal, when in fact it's incredibly destructive to your life.