Audio: Keto, High-fat Living a Breeze? Solutions for making the switch easy

Audio: Keto, High-fat Living a Breeze? Solutions for making the switch easy. #keto #lowcarb #paleo

A recorded keto Q&A session on why your body may not be thriving on the high-carb, whole food approach to “healthy” eating and how to make the switch to a keto eating style rich in healthy keto fats.

“Healthy eating” is opting for whole grains, preparing glorious fruit bowls, piling on the vegetables, saying HELL YES to fresh-pressed juices, glorious dried fruits, and more… right?

Are you doing this right now? Is your health top notch? Craving things? PCOS? Infertility?

Clearly, what we’re doing isn’t working, and we owe it to ourselves to do something different.

That different for me, was adopting a higher-fat, lower-carb eating, keto style.

Myra; our guest today, has done the very same thing, shifting from the high-carb whole food approach to a keto life filled with glorious keto fats.

In today’s keto Q&A we reveal,

  • why carbs (and protein) are making you hungry
  • solutions for shifting from “healthy” high-carb to keto
  • how to develop high-fat, keto recipes
  • how to stay motivated on a high-fat, keto eating style
  • our keto experience, from start to now, 5 months later

A must-listen for keto health seekers interested in understanding what to expect (and look forward to) when switching from “healthy” high-carbs to a keto eating style rich in healthy keto fats.


For listeners/readers who want to check out Myra’s recipes and approach to whole food-based nutritional ketosis with fabulously rich fat-filled recipes, head on over to The Happy Health Freak.

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  1. I can’t get the video to work with Myra and you. Have listened to the other ones. Thanks.What is the cost to work with you?

  2. i like these educational videos. I do eat quite a bit of coconut oil, but maybe that’s not the best idea, as it does not help with hormones? I heard its great for the brain though. What fats are best? avocado, olive, mct, coconut…?

  3. This Keto Q&A was really intriguing! Thank you for educating yourself so that you can educate the rest of us! I’m curious, Leanne–if i join your meal plan program, will the plans be Keto-driven? or at least in the notes section have Keto-suggestions? Please let me know. Also I have to say–your website is THE most user friendly, fun, pretty site I’ve ever seen. I LOVE it.

  4. I just listened to your talk with Myra and I was wondering if you’re concerned with your cholesterol eating bacon fat or chicken skins etc? I know the coconut oil and mct oils , nuts and nut butters don’t have a negative impact on the cholesterol. However, I would think a lot of meat and lard and bacon fat would. What do you think?

  5. This is great Leanne! Thank you for all the amazing work you do, and for the FREEDOM you have created in my life! xox

  6. How does one track blood sugar? Doyou use a strip, like a ph test strip?

      • Oh darn…so you have to prick your finger? lol I don’t know if I’m that motivated. I inherited several of those and got rid of them all :{