Video: Is Eating High-Fat, Keto Right For You? 10 Signs To Watch Out For

Video: Is Eating High-Fat Right For You? 10 Signs To Watch Out For #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo

How to know if eating high-fat, keto is right for you. 10 signs that tell you whether your body is ready to try a high-fat, keto eating style.

Nothing scares me more than a “my way or the highway” approach to health and wellness. Do I think more women would benefit from lowering their carbohydrate consumption? You bet. Do I feel like women would thrive on a higher-fat or keto eating style? Yep! Do I think that this is good for everyone? Heck no!

I can’t tell you what to do. I don’t know where you’ve come from, what you’ve done to get here, or how your body responds to things, we’re all different. What I CAN tell you; or more share with you, is what I’ve experienced with keto, what I’ve seen in my private practice (working with thousands of women all over the world on achieving a state of health), and what I know to be true about keto… for me.

Throughout my high-fat, keto experience, I’ve come to discover a couple of glaring signs that point to someones body being primed to trying a high-fat, keto eating style. Is keto for everyone? No way! Nothing is… But maybe, just maybe, eating more fats or eating keto is right for you.

In today’s keto video I share the 10 signs that may help you in determining if a high-fat, keto eating style is right for you.

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  • 3 things you don’t have to do when you eat high-fat, keto
  • When it’s time to change the way you eat
  • How what you eat for breakfast impacts your energy
  • Is keto safe for pregnant women?
  • Is high-fat, keto eating okay when breastfeeding?
  • The test you can do at home to determine if eating fat fuels you

Based on the 10 signs I’ve shared, what signs has your body given you that point to high-fat, keto eating perhaps being good for you?

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  1. I’m sooooo frustrated! I’ve been eating keto for 6 wks, drinking extongenous ketones, and I’ve gained 4 lbs! I have received SO MICH conflicting info (eat more calories, eat more fat, drink more water, try a detox, do an egg fast, etc!) and nothing has helped! I’m physically & mentally exhausted, & I don’t know what else to try! I take blood tests, even after fasting & drinking ketones the highest I’ve reached is .6! What’s up!?! Help me!

  2. Hello Leanne, I watched your video where you had mentioned that this might not be for everyone and to listen to your body, I have been successful with Keto by losing 38lbs plus… however I have had major mood changes and troubles sleeping (my hair finally stopped falling out) however the moods got so bad I am now on medication for it. I also had a week at Christmas where I ate freely what the family served (went off track) when I went back on Keto a week later I had put 7 lbs on and in 3 weeks only lost 1 lbs. I was on 10g carbs, 32 g protein and 62g fats, I have since increased my carbs to 20g Fats 66g Protein 59g, I am wondering if this is enough or should I increase the more?

    • Hi Jenny, it sounds like you may be undereating quite a bit! Are you sure you’re eating enough calories to sustain your metabolism?

  3. I am really considering this, I have been a bit lost with what to eat, I am always tired and doesn’t seem to matter what I eat I am bloated, (so probably carrying a lot of water.) not sure. but my blood sugar seems to make me crash, but I am not diabetic, but I feel like I always need to eat and if I eat the wrong things I really get tired where I have to lay down, I have always assumed my digestive system is working too hard to break down the stuff my body is not liking.

    • If what you’re doing isn’t working, you’re in a fine place to try something new! I can’t speak from a medical standpoint, as I am not your healthcare provider. But I have seen many women in your place have great success with this eating style.

  4. Hello! I’m considering trying this Keto thing because I need to lose weight and want to feel better, but my husband is slender already and he doesn’t want to lose weight. Thoughts on this? If I’m cooking for us both, will this cause him to lose too much weight too?

  5. Are there recipes for keto bread for sandwiches and what about guidelines for buying keto labeled all ready prepared breads and products in the grocery stores or on line?
    My husband wants to try to support me but won’t give up dairy and sandwiches and fruit. I have to admit I really miss fruit…it was a go to snack for us.

  6. I am a 66 year old female with type 2 diabetes, high BP, overweight, not too active due to various physical limitations. I recently tried to start a ketogenic diet but am so confused and frustrated and not sure what I am doing. I lost only 6 pounds over 5 weeks. I am on metfomin which I have been able to cut in half with better bs results. I have been including a lot of cheese, butter, cream cheese, sour cream, etc but not milk. Do you think this diet would work for me, is it safe for me? HELP!

  7. So where are the recipes to test? High carb breakfast, low carb high fat breakfast recipes???