How fast can I expect to lose weight at 290 pounds, 40% body fat, and 38% muscle on a ketogenic diet?

If you go to the gym and eat right, very quickly. Since you already know your stats and follow keto, I will assume this. Since you have a high body percentage and weight you can get "newbie gains" easily. If the scale doesn't move, you're likely still progressing in terms of body recomposition.

With just diet? Still quickly. You'll lose a lot of water weight at first, and then have roughly consistent weight loss. The human body, especially large ones, already burns a stupid amount of energy just by existing. If you ever eat a carby meal, however, you can expect to gain a lot of weight quickly from water retention and bloat. Don't be fooled.

The only real way you can get a date is by taking your numbers and use an online TDEE calculator to find out how many kcal you burn with your activity level (Katch-McArdle is the most accurate). Then you can subtract say 750 from that and lose 1.5lbs a week. There's a million weight loss calculators online. If you count your kcal, no matter the diet, you'll lose the same.

Keto is great for all the reasons you likely already know, but any cheat meals will leave you feeling terrible. Stick with the diet for a month or two and you can begin cycling carbs without the dreaded keto flu.

How do we get a happy and peaceful life?

See,..Simple way to live a happy and peaceful life is being good and doing goodI know it feels routine to listen this and you may find it hard to implement but I'm telling you seriously once start doing this you will never withdraw the plan being good and

What is the pre-workout diet and supplements?

You skip the bad stuff, always get Legday in, and hit the heavy bag hard. But if you want your body to continue performing like a Lamborghini, then you've gotta put in the high-octane fuel-and that means eating the right foods before your workouts.The

Should you do cardio after HIIT?

Well...any intense exercise (like HIIT, MRT, bodyweight circuits, etc.) will release fatty acids from the fat cells.There is also some afterburn effect, but not as much as previously believed (see this article for about that The Afterburn Effect (Revisited)