Why my approach to the keto diet is dairy-free and what consuming dairy can do to your body.
It’s no secret that the standard ketogenic diet uses dairy. Cheese, butter, cream, you name it. And, while some people may do really, really good on that, a lot of people don’t. But, they continue to eat it because a) they don’t know that the dairy is causing issues for them, and b) they don’t know that there’s an alternative.
Going dairy-free on your keto diet may be for you if you’re…
- Having a hard time becoming fat adapted
- Constantly dealing with eczema, diarrhea, itchy skin, or ear infections
- Trying to balance an autoimmune condition
- Stuck at a weight plateau
- Dealing with inflamed sinuses
- and more…
I created this video in April for the launch of my keto audiobooks and shared it on YouTube but it was never posted on the blog. The most popular question I get is why my ketogenic diet protocol does not include dairy. So, here’s the video!
- The benefits of consuming high-quality dairy sources
- Why eating dairy is bad
- When we should stop eating dairy
- Signs you’re allergic or sensitive to dairy
- How to eat low-carb and dairy-free
- Carb up video referenced at 1:57
- The Keto Bundle Audiobook – all of the keto things, plus recipes!
- Get this free dairy-free keto shopping list
Do you practice a dairy-free approach to your ketogenic diet? What steps did you take to go dairy-free? Let’s chat about it in the comments!