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Ways to Stay Keto during Difficult Times

ways to stay Keto during difficult times

Ways to Stay Keto during Difficult Times

Wow! The last few weeks have been crazy, haven’t they? Dealing with illness, lack of toilet paper, and being stuck at home can definitely increase the anxiety in your life. Increased anxiety, a weird schedule, and diminished stocks at the grocery store can make it difficult to stay keto. I’ve put together some suggestions that might give you some ideas for staying keto during difficult times. Read more...

Interview with Dr. David Harper, Author of BioDiet

Interview with Dr. David Harper, Author of BioDiet

Interview with Dr. David Harper, Author of BioDiet

Watch my eye-opening and so interesting interview with Dr. Harper, author of the book BioDiet, about the keto lifestyle. Dr. Harper is more focused on the benefits of keto for health and emphasizes the importance of working with your physician to adapt to the keto diet, especially if you’re on medications. Click to watch the full video here...  

My 72 Hour Fasting Experiment

My 72 hour fasting experiment

My 72 Hour Fasting Experiment

I love to experiment with my keto plan and health protocols to see how my body reacts to things. I have been reading more and more about autophagy. In case you don’t know what autophagy is, it’s the body removing unnecessary or damaged cells and toxins; cellular garbage that if left in the body, can turn into disease. Occasionally clearing out that cellular garbage is the best way to stay disease-free in my opinion (and say all the keto doctors, such as Dr. Jason Fung, the most respected ‘fasting expert’ in the keto space). The body does this somewhat on its own, but when combined with fasting, it’s like autophagy on steroids!

What is OMAD and Why Should I Consider it?

What is OMAD and Why Should I Consider it?

What is OMAD and Why Should I Consider it?

The ketogenic diet has several benefits that aren’t directly related to weight loss. While many people start keto for weight loss, they often enjoy other health benefits while following keto. While these can vary from person to person, some of the benefits can include improved thyroid function, a reduction in migraines, and improved gut health. The key to jumpstarting the other health benefits of keto is "one meal a day," also called OMAD.

Why Do Intermittent Fasting?

Why Do Intermittent Fasting?

Why Do Intermittent Fasting?

Intermittent fasting limits the eating cycle. The basic philosophy of fasting permits you to consume calories as much as you want in your "feeding" time, while food intake in fasting is restricted. This works great on its own, but combined with the keto diet, it’s quite amazing. Your body will turn into a fat burning machine.

Intermittent Fasting Experiment OMAD (23:1)

Intermittent Fasting Experiment OMAD (23:1)

Intermittent Fasting Experiment OMAD (23:1)

Intermittent fasting is when you fast (don’t eat) for a certain number of hours, and then you have an eating "window" (the 2nd number is your eating window). There are many types of intermittent fasting: 16:8, 20:4, and 20:3 (OMAD, or one meal a day) are the most common. I am going to talk about my 7 day experiment with 23:1 (23 hours fasting and a 1 hour eating window).

What is Intermittent Fasting and Why Should I Try It?

What is Intermittent Fasting and Why Should I Try It?

What is Intermittent Fasting and Why Should I Try It?

Intermittent fasting is not something that is specifically keto related, it can be incorporated into any eating plan (even if you don’t follow an eating plan at all). When you do it while being in ketosis though, it’s very powerful.