Diet & Nutrition

Why I Stopped Following a Ketogenic Diet

Why I Stopped Following a Ketogenic Diet

In November 2015, I decided to give the ketogenic diet a try, but not until I had done my research and decided it was worth trying. Today, April 30th, I stopped following a ketogenic diet and here’s why. I Got Very Ill On April 16th, 2017, I became very ill. I was sick for almost […]

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How to Stay Low-Carb High-Fat During the Holidays

How to Stay Low-Carb High-Fat During the Holidays

There are articles out there on this topic, but I’m coming at you in a different way. I share some tips on how to stay low-carb high-fat ketoish during the holidays. Note: It doesn’t matter what kind of diet you follow, you can apply these tips too. I know keotish is not a word, but […]

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Dandelion Root Tea is a Healthy Coffee Substitute

Dandelion Root Tea is a Healthy Coffee Substitute

Are you a coffee drinker who’s trying to kick the habit? Or do you need to stop drinking coffee because it’s affecting your adrenals? Dandelion Root Tea is a healthy coffee substitute that will help you detox from caffeine. One of my Favorites Dandelion Root Tea is one of my favorite drinks. This tea has […]

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3 Reasons to Stop Obsessing Over Calories, Macronutrients, and Pounds

3 Reasons to Stop Obsessing Over Calories, Macronutrients, and Pounds

Starting a new diet is exciting, but it is easy to get caught up in numbers. Today, I present you with three reasons to stop obsessing over calories, macronutrients, and pounds. My New Diet Some of you know that I follow a low-carbohydrate high-fat diet, slanting towards a ketogenic way of eating. I became the queen […]

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A Quick Start Guide to Paleo Diet

A Quick Start Guide to Paleo Diet

Today’s post is written by guest blogger, Paul Vandykenz. The most critical factor of transitioning to the healthy Paleo diet is finding the willpower to start. This kind of diet away with grains, processed foods, dairy products and sugar. Most grains contain gluten whose regular consumption can lead to gluten intolerance. Grains also contain lectins […]

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