By Leanne Vogel
The Super Bowl calls for some super awesome snacks, and if you’re trying to keep it keto, I’ve got 23 delicious recipes to please a crowd. From snacks to dips, to wings and desserts, it’s game on!
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.
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Do you ever feel drained after a workout? Weak and lethargic? Or perhaps you suffer from headaches, muscle cramps and other aches and pains even after a few hours of rest? If that’s the case, then there might be something missing in your nutrition – electrolytes! Yes, if you’ve been looking for ways to optimize…
Keto has numerous benefits, such as blood sugar balance, weight loss, and better brain function. But unfortunately, many keto newbies struggle with digestive issues and keto flu as they try to enter ketosis. These are the first barriers keeping people from reaping the benefits of keto.
How imbalanced electrolytes can throw off everything in your body. I had a client come to me recently with fainting spells coupled with high blood pressure. Let’s call him, Jim. During his “attacks” Jim would get super dizzy, nearly pass out, and when tested, his blood pressure was high.
I’ve worn my fair share of continuous glucose monitors (CGM) over the years. I’ve seen apps come and go, and others completely rise to the occasion. Are you looking to use a CGM for your personal health goals and you’re not sure which to choose? I’m hoping these details can help!
There’s a lot of misconception around insulin, glucose, HbA1c, and what these markers tell you about your metabolic, and overall health. The goal isn’t always, “the lower the better”. Grab your most-recent panel, and I’ll show you how to make sense of your blood work!
Did you know, you can look at your regular ‘ol blood work panel (the one your doctor has ran for you) and pinpoint functional issues you may be having? Yup! Why doesn’t the doctor see them? Because they’re looking at your blood work diagnostically, not functionally. But if you follow these simple steps, you’ll be…
We’re having a blast talking about blood work. We’ve covered: an introduction to blood chemistry (why it’s important and what we’re looking at), and the answers we can glean from a basic blood panel (especially if that panel has a CBC w/ differential and a CMP-14)