Video: The First 30 Days Of Eating “High-Fat” or “Keto”

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My 30-day experience of eating high-fat for the first time. What to expect when you go high-fat, and how to avoid bumps along the way.

We’re stepping back in time today! I’m celebrating my 1 ½ year anniversary of eating high-fat and, because I receive so many questions about making the transition, I’m reading excerpts from the journal that I kept during the 30-day transition to high-fat living.

From the very beginning, I’ve focused on a grain-free, dairy-free, whole foods ketogenic approach. While my carb counts, tracking, and macros have shifted along the way, the experience I had is very similar to the experience you’ll have… minus the part about not feeling supported and screwing up a bunch. You have me, so it’ll be a lot easier!

The farther I’ve gone; the more natural ketosis has felt in my body. I don’t count calories, I don’t restrict, I just eat fat and lots of it.

Press “play” if you want to understand what the first 30 days of eating high-fat feels like, what you can expect and what you can look forward to. Or, if you’re curious and just want to hear me read my diary…

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  • Why listening to your body is key to your success.
  • What to do if you don’t know how to listen to your body.
  • Steps to eliminate keto flu before it starts.
  • How eating too much protein can affect your blood sugar.
  • What carb cravings mean when you’re low-carb.


When you transitioned to eating more fat, did you have similar experiences?

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  1. This was so helpful. thank you! I’m on day 6 and struggling wrapping my brain around the ‘eating too much protein’ thing. As a pescatarian, it has NEVER been a problem for me that I eat too much protein, but in Keto I do. But I’m sticking with it because I already feel so much better.

  2. Hi,

    I am on day 6. Today is the first day when I feel some energy. Its 2 PM now and I just felt a dip in my energy, Since morning today I was feeling great. Unlike last 4 days when I was deep in Keto flu with fatigue and brain fog.

    This is my first try at keto diet. Is it possible that I can adapt to burning fat for fuel so quickly?

    • It all depends on the person! Some people adapt within weeks, while others take months! It sounds like you’re in the early stages of fat adaption, but give it some more time.