May 31, 2017 By Leanne Vogel August 7, 2018
Switch up your low-carb routine with carb-up pick-me-up. The essentials for your first keto carb-up are hot off the press: when and how often you should do a carb-up, how many and what type of carbs you should get.
Okay, you’re loving keto. You’re finally getting the results you’ve always dreamt of and your body is beginning to heal. Yet, things are just getting a little, well, stale. On top of that, you’re not feeling so hot, certainly not as good as you felt when you first embarked on your keto expedition. Welcome to the wonderful world of carb-ups.
When you first wade into the ketogenic waters, it’s easy to assume that carbs have the same place in your diet as paint thinner. But they’re not the boogeyman they’re made out to be. The occasional carb-up can actually save your keto butt, especially if you’re a woman. The key is to utilize those carbs strategically. Not sure if carb-ups are for you? Check out this dandy video and blog post.
If you’re finding yourself stuck, if your hormones are still a bit out of whack, or if you’re just not feeling up-to-par, this video will deliver the lowdown for your first keto carb-up.
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Hi! I’m Leanne (RHN FBCS)
a Keto Nutritionist, host of The Keto Diet Podcast, and best-selling author of The Keto Diet & Keto for Women. I want to live in a world where every woman has access to knowledge to better her health.