Thin and Healthy on Keto

Being Thin and Healthy #keto #lowcarb #highfat

Can you be thin and healthy on a ketogenic diet? What I have to do to maintain my goal weight, the rules I live by, and what I can’t even handle hearing anymore in the ketogenic diet space.

Hello fabulous you! In 2017, I’ll be adding more vlog-style videos like this one into the video rotation on the blog. You guys have ask for a more candid-style video, so I’m doing it!

The videos will highlight the struggles and daily hustle of a ketogenic woman (me!)… starting with today’s highly controversial topic. Some of you will love this, some of you will dislike it, and that’s okay. I know that, had I heard these words a couple of years ago, it would have saved me a lot of heartache and self-loathing.

Can you be HEALTHY and THIN at the same time?

How do you LOVE your body, while also achieving your body goals?

What I have to say to people that think I’m fat…

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  • How I feel about negative comments toward my body
  • The positive behaviors behind health
  • What an extra 20 pounds says about you, your body, and your health


How do you view the thin vs. healthy conversation? Do you have people in your life that support your view? Let’s chat about it in the comments!

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  1. I tried for years to get down to that so called ideal 140lbs for a female 5’9″ and I never could do it. The harder I tried the sicker I got. It wasn’t until I had an underwater lean mass disbursement weighing, and found out that I had 139lbs of lean body mass, that I realized that I would never ever be 140lbs unless I was half dead. After that I readjusted my expectations of what was a healthy weight for me. Now I can be accepting of 165 – 170lbs, and with keto in my life I know I will get there.

    • The unrealistic expectations we set for ourselves are so rough! I’m glad to hear you were able to realize this and readjust.