The Keto Diet Book Q&A with Leanne Vogel

The Keto Diet Book Q&A with Leanne Vogel #keto #lowcarb #highfat #theketodiet

A virtual book tour event celebrating The Keto Diet. Answering all of your ketogenic diet questions!

Sitting down and chatting with you all about the book, and answering your questions as it relates to my programs, the ketogenic diet, and more.

We cover what Fat Fueled Profile you should start with, grams vs. macros, total vs. net carbs, exhaustion on keto, approaching keto with ADHD, keto and pregnancy, butter vs. ghee, keto kids, breaking plateaus, and more.

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Where do you hope I’ll visit on the next leg of The Keto Diet Book Tour? More details about the second leg coming SOON!

 

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  1. I’ve been eating a ketogenic diet off and on (mostly on) for about 3 years and lost 50#. However I’ve had some weight creep back on and I don’t feel so great (no hunger, no cravings, no snacking, but energy levels fluctuate) so I need to have a do-over to make sure I’m doing this right. I just started listening to your podcast and bought your two books so I’m hoping to approach this anew. I’m 63 and, while I know you naturally might focus on younger women, I would be interested in any knowledge you have regarding post-menopausal challenges. I’m convinced keto keeps me a whole lot younger and healthier than a carby woe would, but I feel I might need to tweak it a bit – for example it seems I can’t eat a ton of calories if I want to maintain my weight. And protein levels at my age – higher, lower? Many post-menopausal women don’t get enough. Thanks – looking forward to soaking up your hard work. Marie

  2. Hi Leanne

    Just bought your book and can’t wait to get started! Have read most of it and have am not sure which phase to start with as I fit into a couple of categories
    Hoping you can suggest where to start
    Here’s quick FAQ on me:
    menopausal/post menopausal (still have some hot flashes
    prediabetic (been that way for years) No meds
    lost 20lbs – normal weight/size
    Taking thyroid meds
    Have psoriasis (taking Humira injectable biweekly – symptoms are under control)
    Walk every day (min 10,000 steps)
    have been doing low carb
    Blood sugar is all over the place – especially high in the morning and more normal later in the day

    Can you please suggest which phase?

    Thanks
    Lori

    • Hey, Lori! Have you gone through the guide on pg. 52? I recommend using that to find which profiles may work best for you, and choose the one that resonates with you the most. If you try it and it’s not really working, try the other. I hope this helps!

  3. I’m in the process of reading your book The Complete Guide to a High- Fat Diet and also downloaded the 4 week keto plan. I am completely sold on this way of eating HOWEVER, I have had acute pancreatitus (self-diagnosed) on two separate occasions, usually waking me up around 3 in the morning since beginning to eat high fat, low carb. Lasts for about 12 hours. Does this mean that I am not a candidate for Keto?

    • Hey, Kay! Best to chat with your healthcare provider on this one!

  4. While I know I’m very late to this post, I just wanted to say that my skin has never looked clearer since I started implementing this diet. I’m not full keto but am totally going low carb. My skin has been relatively good for the last 10 years however extremely oily with occasional large and painful pimples. Since eating more oil and fat – oh and collagen- and using grapeseed oil as my facial moisturizer my skin is beautiful with a healthy looking “shine” with zero large bumps. Even my little sister complimented me on how great my skin looks. Fist bump to fat!

  5. Thanks for sharing this info on Keto. It’s the first time I have ever NOT been hungry for hours after eating.

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