As I’m sure you know, nutrition changes play a huge role in healing your health issues. However, there is a lot of information out there about what to eat, when to eat, and what is “bad” for you. It’s hard to sift through.
For me, I go with the dietary changes that work, meaning they reduce or eliminate symptoms while actually healing the root cause issue. So far, the diet that has proven this time and time again in my practice is the ketogenic diet. Backed by science and research, the ketogenic diet reduces inflammation, regulates the immune system, and normalizes hormones.
I’ve had personal experience with this diet that was nothing short of a miracle. It healed the symptoms of my chronic illness in a matter of days.
I have written articles about this diet and have talked about it quite a bit on my podcast. I also have a group class taking women through the dietary change with The Fat Burning Female Project.
I grew up in the Midwest -- southeastern Michigan to be exact -- and there, ranch dressing was a big deal. We put ranch on everything, not just the iceberg lettuce salads served at restaurants. Although, back then, the ranch was about the only...
How To Eat Keto Without Calculating Macros, Keto For SIBO & Candida, Building Muscle For Weight Loss, Eating More When Not Hungry, Bariatric Surgery, and more! — #016
It’s another Keto Q&A episode with more of your questions being answered! This week, there are a few topics that get me fired up, including tracking macros, 30-day keto cleanses, and working out. Tune in to see what gets me so upset!
Keto For Mental Health: Using A High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet For Alzheimer’s, Depression, and Anxiety with Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP — #013
This week’s episode is dedicated to learning more about how a ketogenic diet can improve and even reverse cognitive diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia and also mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
Keto Q&A: Carbs for Hypothyroid?, Should You Eat Less Fat To Lose Fat?, Is Keto Bad For Gut Health?, and When To Start Intermittent Fasting? — #012
So much info packed into one episode! This week, I’m answering your questions in another installment of Keto Q&A. Before I dive into questions this week, we’ll spend some time at the beginning learning more details on the who, what, why, and how of The Fat Burning Female Project – my online course that helps women get into ketosis safely, effectively, and in a fun environment.
Estrogen Dominance, Adrenal Fatigue, PCOS, Menopause, Thyroid, Leptin: Why Women Gain Weight (Even On Keto): Part 2 — #011
The second half of the conversation about weight gain and weight loss resistance has to be centered around female hormones because they are so incredibly important to you finding and staying at your body’s ideal weight.
In reading all of the awesome questions I’ve been getting from listeners, it became clear that many women are struggling to see the weight loss they had hoped for with a Ketogenic diet.
Real-Life Keto: Ending The Diet Mentality, Using Keto for Breastfeeding and Fertility, Rebuilding After Overexercising with Real-Life Guest Leah Hosburgh — #009
It’s the first of many episodes of “Real-Life Keto” which is a segment of the Keto For Women Show that will focus on real women living a real life using a ketogenic diet, having success and maybe even some failures,
Keto Q&A: Do Calories Matter?, Keto vs. Fat-Adapted, Should You Fast, Exogenous Ketones, Vegetarian Keto, and more! — #008
I’m taking your listener questions and rolling with them for another episode of Keto Q&A! This episode’s questions are some of the most common, yet most confusing ones out there in the keto community including calories, fasting, exogenous ketone use, and what it means to be fat-adapted.
Our guest today has a wealth of information to share about using a ketogenic diet to make every stage of a women’s life manageable from both personal and professional experience.
Weight Loss Resistance, Calorie Restriction, Finding Your Carb Tolerance, Alcohol on Keto, Testing Ketones and Blood Sugar — #006
This episode’s listener questions lead us into a great discussion about weight loss resistance, why calorie restriction doesn’t work, why it takes longer for women to respond to keto, and so much more!
Carb-Ups, Weight vs. Health, and Emotional Eating with Leanne Vogel of Healthful Pursuit + Answering Your Listener Questions! — #005
Leanne Vogel of healthfulpursuit.com is joining in on the Keto For Women discussion today! With her online programs and new paperback book, The Keto Diet, Leanne has a wealth of information to help make the ketogenic diet accessible and practical for everyone.
Bone broth is all the rage lately, with restaurants adding it to their menus and people swapping out their morning coffee for a mug of it. And for good reason! Bone broth has amazing health benefits AND is delicious -- win, win. This new trend may...
It’s another listener questions episode with more keto Q&A! First, we take a look at if it’s possible to eat the high fat content of a keto diet with no gallbladder.
We’re answering more of your questions about the ketogenic diet! Since both of us have started implementing this style of eating, we have been getting tons of awesome questions about the topic and we love answering them here on the podcast!
I'm so excited! I found the answer for those of us on a ketogenic - high fat, moderate protein, low carb - diet to have desserts without taking the chance of spiking our blood sugar (remember, we talked about that issue last week?). The secret lies...
We’re dedicating an entire episode to tackling some of the misconceptions out there about a ketogenic diet and the common mistakes people make when going keto!
It’s a major listener Q&A session on today’s episode! Shawn answers questions about bioindividual nutrition and how to find what style of eating works for you, the adrenal/thyroid connection and how that translates into lower conversion of thyroid hormones, and a deeper look into rosacea and how to cope and heal. There are also questions about the ketogenic diet, ways to heal depression and anxiety
Today’s listener questions bring up some troubleshooting when it comes to switching to a ketogenic diet. We look at what may be causing issues with sleep when following a ketogenic diet.
Since starting on a ketogenic diet about 7 months ago in a last ditch effort to heal my body from chronic illness, I have gotten quite a few requests to post everything I eat over the course of one day. I completely understand the curiosity because I am...
A little over 5 months ago I was in my doctor's office, chatting about all things healing, and he gave me the instruction to begin a 16:8 intermittent fasting regimen. I was excited because I knew about all of the awesome benefits of fasting, but a little...
The ketogenic diet is becoming more and more popular for its ability to heal, manage, and reverse insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, neurological disorders, obesity, PCOS, and cardiovascular disease. What a powerful tool to have at our disposal for these...