The effect that a high-fat, low-carb, moderate protein, keto eating style has had on my body in the last 12 months. What happened to my hormones when I practiced carb-backloading and more.
The results are in! Today, we’re comparing what my blood work looked like June 2014 before I ate high-fat, keto, to January 2015 when I had been eating extremely high-fat, keto 6 months, to July 2015 when I had been eating Fat Fueled, keto to heal my hormones and balance my thyroid and adrenal dysfunction.
Why July seeing as it’s October right now? I wanted to provide a clean, 12-month update but also wanted to hold off on sharing it with you until all of my results had come back and I could share some momentous news with you. And, boy, did I ever…
A must-watch if you’re battling with imbalanced hormones, and looking to use a high-fat, keto eating style to get you there. PS: It may just convince you not to dabble with carb backloading if you’re struggling with these things…
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I know that what I’m doing is working because; after 8 years of amenorrhea (missing periods), I’ve started ovulating and got my period… completely naturally!
- How carb-backloading affected my hormones
- What happened to my triglycerides by eating more fat on keto
- How heavy lifting affected my health
- The spark that ignited my interest to develop the Fat Fueled, keto lifestyle to take my hormone health to the next level
- Video: What 6 months of eating high-fat, keto did to my body
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Note: Carb backloading is a strategy where a person works out heavily and then POUNDS the carbs throughout the night. Anywhere between 300 to 500 grams of carbs are consumed. The carbohydrates used in a backload are things like carb powders and not-so-high-quality, insulin spiking foods. The goal is volume, not quality. This strategy is completely different than a carb night which aims at consuming around 100 grams of carbs in the form of sweet potatoes, cassava, green plantains and other plant-based foods.
I would love to hear about your high-fat, keto journey! Are you getting blood work done as you go? How has your body responded to eating more fats on keto?