Eating keto is more than just finding keto food that will fit the classic keto macros, it’s about finding food that makes you feel good and nourishes your body. When your body feels nourished and supported with high quality whole foods, it’s more likely to promote healing so that you can feel your best on keto.
I get so many questions about fasting: what fasting is, how to fast, whether or not fasting is right for [insert medical condition here] — you get the idea! What I want keto people to know about fasting is that, just like almost everything else health related, there’s no one size fits all approach.
Curious about trying the whole carnivore/zero carb thing, but not sure how to do it in a way that works for you? You can do carnivore keto! If you’ve held yourself back from trying new things because you’re of the “all or nothing” mindset, this episode is for you!
One of the things I love most about talking with other people in the keto community is seeing how their version of keto has evolved over the years. Sharing keto tips with each other can be so helpful; you can learn and grow from each other, and bond while swapping stories about keto struggles. There’s no shame in growth!
Starting keto, or find yourself running into the same keto issues, even as a keto veteran? Maybe you need a bit of a refresher — today I’m sharing 7 keto tips for beginners, keto pros, and everyone in between.
Hormone health is possibly the biggest factor in determining your overall health, because your hormones control so many of your body’s essential processes. When our hormones are off or imbalanced, it can result in minor symptoms, like brain fog, or major issues, like chronic pain and disease.
It’s important to make yourself aware of the different ways that keto can affect your hormones, especially if you’ve struggled with hormonal imbalances in the past. Keto can help with thyroid issues, blood sugar imbalances, fertility issues like PCOS or PMS, and more, but you need to be prepared and know what to expect.