Thinking about starting keto but have a few misgivings? Are your friends and family telling you that keto is not a healthy diet, or you can't maintain it for long? Let’s address these keto myths once and for all.Read More
As unorthodox as it sounds, I use my cubicle and office fridge to keep me keto at all costs. A little office prep goes a long way towards staying in ketosis and avoiding those snacktime regrets. Read on to find out my keto office essentials!Read More
When I want to make some keto magic happen, there are a few tools I turn to every time. I’m not talking about obvious things such as a knife or a skillet—you already know you need those. These are tools I use specifically to keto-fy my favorite foods. Check them out!Read More
There are two key components of maintaining a keto diet, in my opinion: figuring out a way to enjoy your favorite flavors that your palate still craves and getting in all the fats you need to truly make a diet ketogenic. A keto diet is, after all, a high fat diet.
While meats and veggies are the star of your diet, I like to think of the other items—oils, seasonings, accompaniments, etc.—as the supporting cast. Read on to find out what's in my supporting cast!Read More
A well-stocked fridge and freezer are a busy keto-er's lifesavers and can make the difference between sticking to your way of eating and some serious food regrets. There are a few items I keep on hand ALL the time. Check out my list of essentials!Read More
How did I do on my keto experiment while at a conference for work? Open to find out!Read More
Okay Glow Getters, we're halfway over the hump. Check out how I fared in week 3 and 4 of my 8-week "starting over" experiment, in which I go back to my ketogenic basics and report on my progress.Read More
Check out what I learned in Weeks 1 and 2 of my 8-Week Starting Over experiment, and view my progress!Read More
Oopsie, I gained a little weight. Check out how that happened and find out what I plan to do about it!Read More
Products served at most fast food spots and lining the grocery aisles, what author Michael Pollan calls “food-like substances,” are filled with chemicals known to cause harmful effects in humans and lab animals alike, not to mention the added salts and sugars and the problems those bring.
Learn how common food additives can affect you, and hoe to avoid them.Read More