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Not being honest about our carb consumption (or how many ‘one and done’s we’ve had) might make us blame keto for the lack of results. The truth is, carbs matter. What else matters is are we actually tracking? Are we metabolically challenged? Are we menopausal? These things make it much harder to get back into the zone as fast as people not in these categories. Read more..
If you’ve been doing keto for longer than about 6 months, do you do the same thing every day? Same macros? Same foods? Eating at the same time most days?
There are a lot of benefits to mixing things up... Read here more about them...
Ever wonder why sometimes you can walk by the coffee station filled with donuts and cookies and not even give them a glance, and other times someone just MENTIONS a donut and you jump in your car and drive to the nearest Krispy Kreme?
It’s probably your blood sugar.
A big mistake some keto’ers make is being more concerned about the carb macro count than the nutrients in their food. Over time this will rear its ugly head in the way of vitamin and mineral deficiencies (which can become health problems); we don’t want that. Not only will it affect our health, but it will affect our energy and weight loss! Talk about a ‘lose-lose’ double whammy!
Let’s talk about the elephant in the room… like there isn’t ENOUGH to deal with during the menopause years, but making it HARDER to lose weight?!? The nerve!
Ok, now that that’s out of the way… what the heck is going on here and more importantly, what can we do about it?
It happens to all of us… a ‘one and done’ turns into a weekend, a week, a month, or ???
What’s done is done… but how do we recover from this? There are a few options, and depending on your personality and how your body responds, one way might work much better than the other. Based on what I have seen in the group, as well as my own experience with this… In this blog post, I will break these options down to the 3 Keto Calamity Recovery Types. Read more...
Reflections on the last year
Tomorrow is my 54th birthday 😊 Every year I like to reflect on the last year... what I experienced, how I felt and most of all... what I learned. Read more...
You research, read books, watch YouTube videos, read blogs, hear opinions in Facebook groups; there is no shortage of information.
High fat or lower fat, sweeteners or no sweeteners, moderate protein or high protein, fasting or feasting, calories during the fasting window or zero calories during the fasting window, lots of veggies, low oxalate veggies or carnivore?
Out of all the fasting protocols out there, my personal fave is OMAD (one meal a day). This way of fasting gives us autophagy, greater fast loss than eating more meals a day, and you still get to eat your one meal per day (most choose dinner, as it’s usually the most enjoyable and social meal).
What are some of the benefits of doing OMAD? Let me count thy ways! Read more..
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