Keto Q&A: Amenorrhea and Keto, Weight Gain, and Eating Disorders

Amenorrhea and Keto, Weight Gain, and Eating Disorders #keto #lowcarb #fatfueled #theketodiet

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This week we’re covering amenorrhea on keto, weight gain on keto, how to raise ketones, my opinion on Carb Nite, my history of an eating disorder, and more.


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  1. Leanne, thank you. Thank you so much for sharing your story. Your life so closely mirrors the struggles I fought through … from anorexia kind of mutating into bulimia to the feelings of guilt to the way that you were able to put into words some of the things I feel guilty about today but can’t articulate. You are so genuine and down to earth. I love your approach and your honesty. If you do ever decide to write a book about the not-so-smooth path that you followed to get here, I will read it again and again.
    It’s so painful to talk about those deep feelings. Thank you, with all my heart, for sharing. I watched this at work and now I’m sitting here crying at my desk! Haha. Oh geez, but really. I get you … because I feel like you get me.

    • I’m so glad that sharing my story was helpful for you, Ashley! Sharing our stories is so key to healing. Thank you so much for your support– a book like that would be so awesome! Sending you lots of positivity and hugs! <3

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I battled severe bulemia for nearly twenty years and your bravery was really moving. It’s so important for us to share our stories, that’s the most effective way to fight the stigma around eating disorders. They are so common yet many sufferers feel isolated in their experience. Inhabiting our bodies in this culture is a constant battle when it should be a celebration. Keep doing the great work you are doing, it’s reaching people.

  3. <3 I love you Leanne. You're an incredibly genuine and lovely person. Thank you for being so vulnerable and sharing your story. You made me cry for so many reasons but mostly out of joy that you are coming out of your pain and helping others embrace their truth and their bodies. Keep up the great work. We need you. <3

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