Welcome back and Happy New Year! Today, we are doing a rapid-fire Q&A episode. I am taking all of the questions I’ve been getting over the past 6 months and the goal is for me to get to as many questions that have relatively quick answers within the next hour. Enjoy!
- Tips to make sure your resolutions are realistic and attainable.
- Is it normal to have increased body temperature and sweat easily when you’re on the ketogenic diet?
- Why would you eat more carbs after establishing your carb tolerance?
- Should you lower your fat intake on those days when you’re eating more carbs?
- Should you consider doing intermittent keto?
- What is a keto rash and how do you deal with it?
- Why do you get shortness of breath when transitioning to keto and how do you fix it?
- Can you get rid of facial hair when you balance out your hormones?
- Why do you get nightmares when you’re on the ketogenic diet?
- How well does keto work for women who are trying to gain muscle?
- If cow’s milk is bad for humans, what are the alternatives we can give to babies and young children?
- How do we get enough fat into our ketogenic diet to make us actually produce ketones and keep our protein moderate?
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