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.
One of the things I love most about being in this community is that even though there are so many different ways of doing keto, we can all bond over our shared love of ketones. Part of being in this community means exchanging information and learning from each other, which can be so powerful. But when someone shares misinformation, even with the best intentions, it can cause a lot of issues for everyone involved.
Whatever your reason for starting keto, I think we can all agree that when you find a version of keto that works for your unique body, it helps you level up health-wise. It makes sense: eating whole foods that nourish your body and satisfy you both physically and mentally just seems like a great move for anyone. But what if that initial keto buzz starts to lose its shine? Maybe you need to level up again, and the trick is easier than you think. No crazy biohacking techniques, just real keto hacks that can significantly improve your life… again.
Going on a keto diet isn’t just a great way to lose weight, it also offers a number of specific benefits for women that you’ll be sure to fall in love with. The keto diet offers the opportunity to increase your overall energy levels, feel better, and get in better shape, all without sacrificing many…
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.