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Tips for Maintaining Your New Year’s Health Goals

Tips for Maintaining Your New Year’s Health Goals

Tips for Maintaining Your New Year’s Health Goals

One month into 2020, and I can say it’s been a pretty exciting year, so far! I’ve set some pretty hefty goals this year, and I’m well on my way to crushing them. My goals cover a lot of different areas. While I’ve set some personal and professional goals, I’m definitely working on some goals with regards to my health. Read more about my tips for maintaining your New Year’s health goals.

How to Get Back on the Ketogenic Diet Wagon

How to Get Back on the Ketogenic Diet Wagon

How to Get Back on the Ketogenic Diet Wagon

What started as a little bit of delicious stuffing or a slice of pie on Thanksgiving has rapidly progressed and now you find that you’ve veered far away from the ketogenic diet plan. You’re feeling like you’re deep underwater and you aren’t sure how to get back on the keto diet wagon. Read my 8 ways on how to get back on the ketogenic diet wagon. 

Sometimes we just need a fresh start

Sometimes we just need a fresh start

Sometimes we just need a fresh start

Monday is my ‘fresh start’ day. No matter what has happened over the past week or weekend, I always think of Monday as my ‘clean slate’ day.

Even if you’ve veered off… if Monday is always your start day (or whatever that day is for you), you can always start fresh with renewed vigor.

The scale hasn’t changed but I have

The scale hasn’t changed… but I have

The scale hasn’t changed but I have

Something happened to me this past summer that really solidified the fact that ‘the scale is not the true measure of how our bodies are changing with keto.

One late afternoon we had a happy hour with our neighbors – there was a nice group of people there that I haven’t seen since the summer before.

Not losing weight? You okay with that?

Not Losing weight? You okay with that?

Not losing weight? You okay with that?

I have been living the Keto lifestyle for two years now… it’s so automatic I don’t really think about it. I also feel like this life is for living and sometimes I am not going to be ‘macro perfect’… and seriously, I am okay with that.

This last weekend I did go over in my carbs, but since I was intermittent fasting and I am fat-adapted, I did not notice much difference in my ketone levels, my energy or weight.

Did I lose weight? No. Am I ok with that? Yes. Why?...

Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight on Keto

Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight on Keto

Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight on Keto

The aim of a keto diet plan is to put your body in a metabolic state of ketosis by eating foods rich in high fats and very low in carbs. When the amount of carbs in your body is restricted, stored fats gets broken down thereby creating ketones creating ketones. Your body will then utilize these ketones as fuel, consequently leading to keto diet weight loss.

Are You Being Honest about Carbs?

Are You Being Honest about Carbs?

Are You Being Honest about Carbs?

I've recently realized that i'm not always.  I don't think you should be 100 percent Keto compliant (I personally do lazy Keto most of the time, which just means not tracking), but you should keep a realistic idea of your carb intake.

You Don’t Have to Lose to Win!

You Don’t Have to Lose to Win!

You Don’t Have to Lose to Win!

I can’t tell you how many bad days I've had when the scale did not show me the number I was hoping for. Can you relate? If you see that the number has gone down, you're euphoric; but if the number has stayed the same or has gone up, then your whole day is ruined. Sometimes those days can make you wonder why you even try.

The Myth About Protein

The Myth About Protein

The Myth About Protein

Protein is a funny thing... you would think that more is better, but when it comes to keto it's actually quite the opposite. Here is a little known fact: if you are carb sensitive (and most of us are), eating too much protein switches your body from fat burning to glucose burning… no, say it isn't so!