INFJ Keto Personality Type

You like to seek meaning and connection in ideas, relationships, and material possessions.

You have a great desire to want to understand what motivates people and are insightful about others.

You are meticulous and committed to their firm values.

You like to develop a clear vision about how best to serve the common good.

Organized and decisive in implementing your vision.

9 Tips for Keto Success as an INFJ

If you do focus on a ketogenic lifestyle for weight loss you may become overly perfectionistic and self-critical when they fail to get the results they want as quickly as you want, so plan your long-term goals and plan accordingly, I like to use a PSMF approach for quick results and back to the standard keto.

Since you are very future-oriented so focusing on their long-term goals helps them to stay motivated, make a spreadsheet and plan out the weight loss or milestones needed to achieve your goals.

Because of seeing everything connected you are well aware of the long-term health consequences of poor eating and see the value of avoiding health issues as you age, and keto can be ideal for this.

Since you’re a visual thinker take the time to look in the future think how you would feel healthier and how you want to live as time goes on.

Plan ketogenic meals in bulk and plan for meals you can take on the go, and enjoy a nice walk alone or going to read a good book in the sunshine. Ahh soo peaceful!

As an INFJ you want to make the world a better place. Figure out all the ketogenic resources out there and make connections and build a picture no one else sees and share your knowledge on a blog. (don’t worry you don’t need to share your identity if you don’t want to)

You can weigh your self everyday if you wish to collect the information about how your body works, don’t use it to judge yourself and discover the trends on how and what you eat and when you eat affects you.

Sit down with a pen and paper and plan your ketogenic meals, when I made the decision to start keto, I created a plan from Monday to Sunday on how I would eat and worked out my ketogenic diet.

As you may find yourself stressed at time this will make you crave unhealthy food, while many people try and divert this activity I feel it is best to plan accordingly and plan a cheat meal with the resolution to get back to your ketogenic lifestyle the next day, do not allow yourself to keep putting off your healthy eating habits otherwise you’ll get stuck in a
vicious cycle, some have found it helpful to plan a cheat meal every few months and do it even if you don’t feel like it as it separates the emotions from the eating.