Hello! Having finished university early last year, 3 years of non-stop drinking and recovery takeaways caused a big change in body composition. I've experimented with Keto a few times and always seen decent results so I plan to not just do it for 3-4 weeks and stop due to parties and birthdays, I liked the feeling and confidence that came with looking good and plan to make it a permanent goal. With no big plans until April and no peer-pressure to go out drinking now is the perfect time for me to stick to a routine and reinforce the benefits of long term vs short term mentality. Today I am fasting and drinking nothing but some lemon tea and will start Ketosis Diet tomorrow. Current Stats: Age 24 Height: 6.1 Weight: 248lbs Goals: 14 Weeks Target Weight: 220lbs Which equates to a loss of 28lbs in 14 weeks. With the initial water weight loss I hope this is achieveable, some input on this would be nice. I'm not phased by losing some muscle, I have god damn tree trunk legs and a barrel chest from on and off lifting for years with a shitty diet, I got my bench to 155kg and my deadlifts to 200kg when I was eating like a pig so I had obvious size gains there. I don't plan to focus on increasing lifts and setting records in that sense, my workouts are to purely help me lose weight and kill time in the evenings. Supplements: Multi-Vitamin Tablet morning and night Psyllium husks Husk Tablets OxyElite Pro (got a free pack of 90 tabs so may as well use it, if it helps the slightest then beats nothing) I'll post my workouts after I have done them and can hopefully get some input. I'm unsure whether to weigh myself daily, once every 3 days or once a week. Leaning towards once a week.