Weight Loss Goal Reached. You don't eat more than you burn so as not to gain the weight back, and you don't eat less than you burn so as not to continue losing. Goals for weight loss can focus on outcomes or the process.
Maintenance is the stage of weight loss that comes after you reach your goal weight. If you can't further decrease the calories you eat or increase your physical activity, you may want to revisit your weight-loss goal. The goal with maintenance is to aim to eat what you burn in a day to maintain your status quo.
Whether it's a lower weight, a smaller pant size, or something completely different like running a marathon.
Now try to set a new goal.
If you feel great on keto and never want to quit - don't! Once your weight has been steady for four weeks, you've likely found the sweet spot—the place where your SmartPoints Budget will maintain your weight while you continue with your healthy habits. Keto is perfectly safe for the long term and there's no real need to come out of ketosis if you don't want to.