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.
Why just stopping eating isn’t as simple as people think, what keto does for weight loss goals, how keto is different than other diets, emotional eating, the perfect time to start keto, and so much more. Food has so many ties to our emotions, and if we’re not taking the time to honor our feelings,…
Whether you’re just starting keto, or you’ve been keto for years, there are a few keto mistakes that can really throw a wrench in your plans. Don’t let keto problems keep you from feeling awesome — today, I’m sharing a few of the most common mistakes so that you can troubleshoot your ketogenic diet and feel your best.
Christmas has always been a special time of year for me, and even though the traditions have changed as I’ve gotten older, and the traditional meals have changed to keto meals, the magic that comes with this season brings me right back to when I was a kid. There’s something about this time of year that makes it feel like anything is possible, and I love being able to relive these memories with my husband, Kevin.
If you grew up obsessing over sweets like I did, finding a way to dig deep into the cause of your cravings can be a little tricky… and sometimes, there’s no trigger, you just really want a treat! For me, I find it helps to manage my stress and not restrict when I get a craving — I just keto-fy my favorite sweet treats!
Feeling connected to my body and sailing are two topics that might seem like they have absolutely nothing in common at first glance. As it turns out, the initial learning stages are weirdly similar in both instances: it’s all about being a newbie and just feeling things out.