In this post I will teach you how to be successful in the Keto Lifestyle in six easy steps using the MAKSME Healthy Protocol! People are interested in the low carb Keto lifestyle for a variety of reasons. Some want to lose weight and improve their body composition while others want to improve their metabolic
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We have been taught for decades to fear fat. To eat fat in small quantities. To avoid it. We’ve been told to stick to vegetable oils and to avoid saturated fat. We trim the fat off the meat that we eat and even if you venture into the bacon thing, you blot the fat with
This is one of the most common questions that I get from people curious about the Keto Lifestyle or new clients. Decades of being told that fat is bad has lead most to believe that only diets that are low in fat are safe. This is more myth than fact. The keto diet is safe
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Many of you will have noticed that my blog has shifted direction after the last couple years. This happened because I was diagnosed with prediabetes in January of 2019 which caused me to change the priorities in my life. In the past I have written about my climbing experiences and my journey into CrossFit. I
Over 8 million adults have been diagnosed with Gout. Over 52% of US adults are prediabetic or diabetic and have one or more additional metabolic issues like gout. For those of us with gout can we safely shift to the ketogenic diet? See my VLOG for the answer here!
The Best Way To Determine Whether You Are In Ketosis Is To Finger Stick: See VLOG here Am I In Ketosis?
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Dr. Pete Explains why the ketogenic diet works to reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiovascular disease: see video here!
A recent paper published by the Journal of Epidemial Community Health proposed that warning labels be placed on processed food alerting consumers to the number of hours spent exercising to work off the calories. Learn about the fallacy of calorie restriction (diet by not eating) and the idea that you can simply work off calories.