Video: 15 Signs You Need More Fat

Signs you need more fat #lowcarb #keto #highfat

15 signs that point to you needing to eat more fat and the health complications that come from not eating enough.

Happy Wednesday! I know so, so many of you are thoroughly enjoying fat, eating it by the spoonful, and feeling amazing. But there are countless beings out there that are still restricting their fat intake and feeling horrible because of it.

In today’s keto video, I’m outlining 15 signs that point to fat needing to take center stage in your life. If you’re already doing it, maybe you know of someone that could benefit from this information.

And, if you’re on the fence about this whole ‘high-fat’  or ‘keto’ thing, perhaps one, or more, of the signs I’ve shared describes your current state of health.

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Highlights…

  • How eating low-fat negatively affects your mood
  • When it’s time to eat more fat
  • Health imbalances that are signs of eating low-fat

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  1. Probably a silly question but having a hard time. How do you stay within your calories to ‘loose’ weight when the fat, protein & under 20 of carb normally go way over. Is it just adding minimal
    Fat? I was under the impression it was 75% of your intake of fats. What am I missing??

    • Could it be that your calories are set too low? I eat anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000+ calories a day and TONS of fat. Many of the calorie calculators online are too low or don’t consider the fact that you’re eating keto. There’s a calorie formula in The Keto Beginning that factors in weight loss if you’d like to give it a try. Also, here’s a post that explains why significant calorie restriction isn’t the best approach for weight loss. I hope this helps!

  2. Hello Leanne! My 40yr old daughter had bariactric surgery 2 mos ago & has just discovered Ketogenics & wants to try it! Will this program help her or harm her now that her stomach has been altered?

    • I can’t speak from a medical standpoint, as I am not her health care provider. But I have seen many women in her place have great success with this eating style. I would recommend working alongside her health care provider if she’s concerned about it!

  3. Hello, I would like to learn more about this Keto diet. I have been trying the bulletproof diet and it’s difficult because I’m vegetarian, and a woman…. Though I’ve started eating fish and eggs…
    I’m 39, 70 lbs overweight, and was recently diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis…
    Is this diet good for me?
    I guess I’m just looking for guidance and advice….
    Thank you!!!

    • 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. Here’s a video about thriving as a vegan/vegetarian on keto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnmXo7Uonik So many tips in there!

  4. Hi I went into Diabetic ketoacidosis while following this type of diet,I thought it was working bang I was in hospital, Is there a diet I could follow without the ill affects?

    • So sorry to hear that, Jim! If you’re diabetic, it’s best to work alongside a trained health practitioner when on the keto diet.

  5. Ohww, yes those old transition symptoms, can be really nasty….. Your body has to adapt to a new metabolism, and that is huge!

  6. Ummm…ok, so I deal with about 10-12 of the 15 things you mentioned. The biggies??? Always cold, irregular periods (although, I’m 46, done having kids and actually glad to see my periods fading – I had 1 period in 2015 and have had 2 very light ones so far this year), hot flashes, joint pain, brain fog…and I can’t remember the rest, lol.
    I’m also overcoming candida. I recently went on an elimination diet and lost 10 pounds that I really didn’t need to lose (I’m 5’4″ and 110#).
    The last few weeks have been a bear. I was almost in tears by 8pm because I SO exhausted. Are you saying your program could work for me???

    • Hey, Lori! I’m so sorry you’re experiencing these things. 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.

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