Helloooo! I’m back with a short blog post to ask you – how can I be truly helpful to YOUR Keto or low carb/healthy fats journey to health?
First, let me start by saying that I am happy to be back to blogging, but I’m sad about how long it has taken me to get there. When I arrived home at 1am last Monday morning, I had to get up for work in a short five hours. Jet lag coming back west from Ireland kicked my butt. By Friday of my first week back I had to take the day off work to recover. I am just now starting to feel like I am back into some kind of regular routine. With all my normal Keto energy – I am truly surprised how long it took to get over the jet lag. I have so many ideas and plans for this blog -it’s driving me crazy that I haven’t been able to get to it sooner. Hopefully some of you are still sticking around! Hah!
For this evening, I’m going to keep this post short and sweet. I would love some ideas from you in answer to my question above. How can I be truly helpful to YOU and your journey to health? I am sincerely interested in hearing from you. What are your needs? What are your struggles? What would help YOU?
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(Disclaimer: I am not a health care professional. I am writing about my personal experiences to encourage others to research a low-carb lifestyle. You should always work closely with a health care professional to manage your health. I work with three MDs to manage my health: functional medicine, cardiology, and sleep/pulmonology. They treat my metabolic dysfunctions along with monitoring my important blood markers routinely. Keto or LCHF may not be an appropriate way of eating for your metabolic health or other health needs. Please check with your personal health care professional before making any changes in your diet.)
Cyndi C. says
How about some quick seasonal meal ideas? I love to use fresh seasonal veggies and I would love to see how other people are adding them to their meals with the appropriate amount of healthy fat.
You want me to create recipes?!? Haha – you know me better than that! This is what I have you for. Now I have a great idea – you can be a guest blogger on a recipe page. Sound good?
I’m trying to lose weight but I get really confused by all the information. One says just cut main carbs, underground veg, fruit and all sugar. Stay away from processed food but then say cold cuts are OK. Another says intermittent fasting is the only way. Then groups who say log your food using macros but not instructions how to calculate them (no idea how to work out my fat percentage). Further confusion as to whether calories are to be factor or not. That’s despite the things like vinegar (eww!), green tea (eww!) Himalayan pink salt (what?). I need to lose around 7st (98lbs) but am stuck going up and down the same few pounds. Heeelp!
Hi there, Moon! My best suggestion to find one resource that you really trust and stick with their protocols. Keep in mind that the same thing that worked for me might not work for you! The biggest keys to my success was eliminating sugar in all forms except the safe veggies on the Diet Doctor safe list, eliminating processed foods, and my meal timing (meaning NO snacking!). My meals are very satisfying and will keep me fueled for hours and hours sometimes – so I never feel the need to snack.
Before I confuse you further – let me ask you – do you have one resource that you really like? My go to source is Diet Doctor. Have you explored that website? Let me know and then I’ll give you some more suggestions.