Join me on the hot seat as I answer a variety of questions, both related and unrelated to keto, that I received from you guys via Instagram and Facebook. Enjoy!
- Why do some people still claim keto is detrimental to women’s hormone health despite all the research proving otherwise?
- My thoughts on the zero carb carnivore diet.
- Is there a benefit in using exogenous ketones for fat loss?
- How much protein should you take if you want to lose fat but increase muscle?
- How much fat should you take in your diet if you want to lose fat?
- What causes hair loss and what can you do about it when you’re on keto?
- My tips to reduce bloating
- What is the reason for magnesium supplementation causing extreme hunger?
- My thoughts on ‘carb-ups’.
- Is being on keto harmful to your pregnancy?
- Should you take CLAA supplements when you’re on keto?
- My uses for yacon syrup
- How does doing keto affect your thyroid?
- How can you increase strength and gain muscle?
- How do you push yourself enough to increase strength and continually progress without going too hard and overdoing it?
If you want to be part of the March class of The Fat Burning Female Project, get ready for the one-day enrolment period coming up on February 28. Course materials will be delivered on March 2, and the actual six-week process will officially begin on March 5.
And if you want to be part of The Good Gut Project, a new class is coming up for that, also in March! So be on the lookout for that!
“Doing keto in a way that is very healthy and responsive to the female body really makes all the difference in the world.”
“Keto, while it’s great and super healing, will bring to light some other things going on in your body.”
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The advice and opinions in The Keto For Women show are intended for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical care or advice. Please always consult your medical professional for your specific health concerns.