When it comes to pursuing optimal health, it’s sometimes hard to distinguish the truth from the hype. With all different kinds of biohacks going viral, it’s hard to keep up on what actually works.
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.
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.
If you’ve started keto and you’re not feeling the boost in brain function or your digestion isn’t on point, the culprit might be your gut health! Supporting your gut health goes beyond just eating gut-friendly food — believe it or not, gut health is greatly influenced by your thoughts. That’s why it’s so important to approach keto from a holistic standpoint. You can do all the “right” things on keto, and still not reap the benefits if your thoughts are not aligned with your actions.
Keto can be such an amazing option for those struggling with the blood sugar rollercoaster, but what about diabetics? And what about ketoacidosis?! We’re chatting about all of the benefits (and possible obstacles) for keto diabetics. Everyone can benefit from learning about their own unique bodies and needs, and we should all feel empowered to make informed decisions about our healthcare.
The holidays are supposed to give you the warm and fuzzies, but if you spend a whole day (or week!) stressing over whether or not to enjoy Grandma’s famous cookies, it’s pretty difficult to get into the festive spirit. If you need encouragement, I’ve got a whole crew of keto pals to cheer you on.
The actual ingredients in wine, what to look for in a keto-friendly wine, what happens to your ketones after a glass (or 2) of wine, and so much more.
The difference between nutritional ketosis and ketoacidosis? Basically, night and day. That being said, it’s important to educate yourself about the dangers of ketoacidosis, who’s at risk, and why nutritional ketosis is completely different.
Interview with Vanessa Spina on her podcast, chatting about how to use keto to turn your brain on, heal and balance your hormones, plus incorporating carb ups, carnivore, and so much more.
The foods to avoid when you’re on a grocery budget, the lowest cost, keto-friendly proteins, how to merge keto with AIP protocols, and so much more.