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Support your low-carb, high-fat life with The Keto Diet Podcast, a fresh take on ketogenic living with Nutrition Educator and bestselling author, Leanne Vogel. Interviews with thought leaders, keto veterans, and exclusive content delivering powerful actions to understanding keto, developing a ketogenic diet that works for you, overcoming daily keto struggles, boosting body confidence, shedding weight, and more.
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When I first started keto, I needed a way to know if I was doing it “right” — since I had never been aware of exactly what ketosis felt like in my body before, I wasn’t able to recognize the signs. Tracking my macros and getting to know which foods were more carb dense helped me better grasp what to eat to feel my best on keto, but I knew there had to be more to keto than macro tracking with MyFitnessPal and figuring out the difference between total carbs and net carbs.
The idea of consuming a diet of mostly fat after so many years of eating low fat can be a bit terrifying, right? I mean, the dogma of fat fear is drilled into us: from doctors to food labels, magazines, and health resources everywhere. Fat is bad! So how can keto be good?!
One thing I love about keto is how easy it is to adapt to fit an individual’s needs. Whether you’re doing keto for weight loss, overall health benefits, or specific goals like fertility, there are tons of adjustments you can make to really find what works best in your body.
When I first started working on my relationship with my body, the whole concept of “just love yourself!” was WAY intimidating and not accessible to me. I want women to feel okay with not feeling okay, and encouraged to take that first step, wherever you are.
As more people try keto and advocate for packaged options without processed sugary junk ingredients, there are bound to be companies who try to capitalize on the opportunity to jump aboard the keto train. So how can we tell the real keto packaged goods from the “keto” frankenfoods loaded with fillers and preservatives?
I get emails and Instagram messages almost daily asking how to find a good keto doctor, and while I don’t have connections in every city, I thought it would be great to interview a keto doctor that I love and respect and get some answers from a healthcare provider’s perspective.
How fasting and keto work together, the benefits and downsides to fasting, how fatty coffees affect a fast, how fasting helps with excess weight loss, and so much more. A healthy ketogenic practice should be about finding what works for you and making adjustments as you go along. If you find yourself less hungry, and…
I put a lot of pressure on myself to work hard and execute to perfection immediately… but the reality of learning something new is that sometimes, mistakes will be made. I can either agonize over that reality, or try to get more comfortable with my discomfort by giving myself the space to grow.
Chances are, if you’ve ever followed a diet, you’ve also heard about cheat meals, or cheat days. Framing eating higher carb food as “cheating” has brought me a lot of shame in the past, which triggered a lot of restrictive behaviors around food, so I stay away from that word for the most part. But I know many people who use the term, and I thought maybe it deserved a bigger conversation.
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