Low-Carb Exercise, Bad Fats and Hormones Affecting Weight Loss

Low-carb exercise, bad fats and hormones affecting weight loss #highfat #lchf #lowcarb #hflc #fats #hormones

Answering your questions on low-carb exercise, the hormones that affect weight loss, and bad fats.

  • How estrogen dominance affects weight loss efforts
  • Exercising on low-carb eating style
  • The good and bad fats

And! The winner of our $120 basket of Lowen’s Natural Skin Care giveaway is Brandy Buskow. Congratulations, Brandy! And thanks for entering, everyone.

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  1. Hi Leanne, new to keno just getting started in hopes to balance hormones. Have a uterine fibroid, along with very heavy bleeding and lasts for two weeks for sure sometimes longer. By listening to your podcast I am definitely estrogen dominant but I am having trouble trying to get doctors to do proper testing, would love to go to a naturopathic doctor but can’t really afford it at this time, as well as I am over an hour to any where. I am basically through with conventional doctors as they are trying to push for a hysterectomy. So I am trying to help heal my body by listening to my body and doing high fat low carb, and just wondering how much protein approximately should be eaten as well. Thank you for your time and any information would be very much appreciated.

  2. So you don’t suggest having an apple before bed on a carb up night? I was just about to have an apple and almond butter but decided not to mix the fat and carb, and having an apple before bed didn’t sound like the best idea.

    • Hey! Thanks for listening in. I’ve found that some people don’t tolerate the mixing of carb and fat… but you may not be one of those people! If you feel great after eating an apple and almond butter for a carb up, then keep doing what you’re doing :)

  3. Thank you so much for your podcast. They have been very helpful. I would love to hear more about amenorrhea, hypothalamic amenorrhea to be more specific. I am hypothyroid, 5 years of amenorrhea, and extremely low (to non-existent) progesterone levels. I would love to get off my thyroid meds and regain my cycle . Also, how do you know if your thyroid meds may be too high? My labs show that my T3 are in healthy ranges, however, my TSH is suppressed ( and has been for a long time) and T4 is low. Ugh! HELP!

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