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58 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
WTF #135 - Dr. Ryan Lowery| The Krispy Kreme Conundrum
In this episode of What the Fat, Dr. Ryan Lowery breaks down the pro's and con's and his thoughts of Krispy Kreme campaign to provide free donuts to all customers who receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
41 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
WTF #134 - Dr. Ryan Lowery| Live Q&A
Dr. Ryan Lowery goes LIVE to answer all the burning keto questions.
50 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
WTF #133 - Dr. Philip Ovadia| Keto "Causes" Heart Scarring
In this episode of What the Fat, Dr. Philip Ovadia breaks down a new study on the ketogenic diet causing Heart Scarring.
63 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
WTF #132 - Suzanne Ryan & Jessica Rogers | Defying Keto
In this episode, Ryan sits down and dives deep into Suzanne and Jessicas journey and what lead them to starting Defy Foods.
52 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
WTF #131 - Dr. Ryan Lowery | Coach vs. Mentor - What's the difference?
In this live episode, we dive deep into coaching vs. mentoring, the differences and how it can help change lives.
62 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
WTF #130 - Dr. Jacob Wilson | The Comeback Show - Live!
Episode #130 On this episode of What the Fat, we are live on clubhouse with Dr. Jacob Wilson to talk all things keto and muscle, followed by a Q&A session where we pull audience members to answer their burning questions.
62 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
WTF #129 - Dr. Andrew Hill | Brain Gains
Episode #129 Summary What if it were possible to train your brain like you train your muscles at the gym? There are numerous biohacking tips and tricks to improve brain health that are simply overlooked. On this episode of What The Fat, I sit down and discuss neurological health with Dr. Andrew Hill. Dr. Hill is a neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and biohacking advocate. He holds a PhD. in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA, and is best known for his mission to bring the brain-hacking technology of neurofeedback into mainstream practice. To achieve this, Dr. Hill founded Peak Brain Institute in 2015, a community-oriented company that teaches brain-training from a fitness perspective, and uses EEG Neurofeedback and QEEG Brain Mapping designed to help all people achieve their brain performance goals. Links and Resources Peak Brain Institute Instagram Facebook Time Stamps 1:18 Andrew Hill’s Background 9:25 Neurofeedback & exercising the brain 11:37 What is brain mapping 14:24 How does brain mapping work (needles?) 17:47 Misdiagnosis and finding psychological conditions that were never diagnosed 19:59 Psychological approach to drug and alcohol addiction 22:19 The neurological side of food addiction 23:37 A simple, technology-free biohacking protocol you can implement to improve your brain 26:09 Sleep recommendations to optimize health 28:52 The effects of blue light & the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) 32:20 Andrew’s recommended biohacking protocol with technology 35:57 Intermission 36:38 Additional biohacking recommendations 38:40 The benefits of meditation 41:01 Neurological issues you shouldn’t tolerate 43:38 Impact of medications on the brain 45:45 The use of plant medicine and hallucinogens 47:38 Difference between SPECT imaging and brain mapping 49:20 The benefits of fasting 52:15 The effects of nutrition on neurological health 54:02 Ways to improve neurological health as we age 55:09 Being present in the moment 56:06 Practical takeaways and tips to improve brain health 58:28 Where to learn about neurofeedback 1:00:05 Where to find Andrew & his company on social media 1:01:00 What legacy would Andrew Hill like to leave behind? If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: Dr. Ryan Lowery Instagram Dr. Ryan Lowery Facebook Website Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
42 minutes | Mar 11, 2020
WTF #128 - Cristina Curp | Made Simple
Episode #128 Summary In this episode of What The Fat, I sit down with Christina Curp, better known as Castaway Kitchen. At 29 years old and 2 years postpartum, Cristina hit rock bottom with her health. On top of an inflammatory skin condition she had lived with for years, Hidradenitis Suppurativa, she began to experience many mystery symptoms and inflammation, Cristina took to the kitchen to find wellness. Using her culinary prowess and love of research, she began to discover the connection between her symptoms and the food she ate. This ongoing experiment birthed her blog, which is a collection of inventive, allergen-friendly, low carb, whole-food recipes that have helped her reverse autoimmune disease, lose weight, and take control of her own health and well-being. The recipes were a hit on the internet and social media and The Castaway Kitchen was born! This opened doors to writing books and prompted her enrollment in the NTA program. It's been a lot of hard work, but for Christina, helping people has been worth it. Links and Resources Cristina's Website Cristina's Instagram Time Stamps 1:30 How Christina’s Passion For Real Food First Started 4:02 Using Food As Medicine 5:32 Taking The Homeopathic Approach and Its Effects On Christina’s Son 7:16 How to Get Picky Kids to Eat Healthily 9:55 Why Food Quality Matters And How To Choose The Right Cooking Oil 15:15 Dealing With Dairy Tolerance 17:00 The Food Industry is A Profit Industry 18:30 Cost As A Prohibiting Factor 19:27 Intermission 20:09 Following an Ancestral Template 23:29 Metabolic Flexibility & Taking A Cyclical Ketogenic Diet Approach 26:27 Exercise & Starting Weight Lifting 28:19 Christina’s New Book- Make Homemade Simple 30:28 One Of Christina’s Favorite Recipes From Her New Book- Crispy Chicken Chips 32:00 How To Get Started With a Simple Ketogenic Diet Approach 34:53 What To Expect From Her Latest New Book 38:41 Where To Find Christina’s New Book 40:30 Where To Find Christina On Social Media If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
55 minutes | Feb 6, 2020
WTF #127 - James Ellington | The Most Resilient Olympic Sprinter In The World
Episode #127 Time Stamps 1:25 Growing Up Fast & Wanting To Be Faster 3:58 Jame’s Experience Going To College 5:16 Journey To The Olympics 7:23 Being The Underdog 9:05 Experience (Or Lack Thereof) With Sponsorships 12:03 The Accident That Changed Everything 19:05 Rehab & Getting Back To Training 20:09 Squatting Accident 22:17 Dedication To Remaining A Natural Athlete 23:45 Building Up To The First Race Back 26:00 Making It Back To The Olympics 28:00 Intermission 30:10 James’ Experience With Keto 34:14 Experience With DMT 40:49 How Much Of His Pain Is Mental 43:30 Sprint Fit & Future Plans 47:00 Why Speed Is Everything 47:51 Coaching Other Teams 49:24 Where To Find James’ Business Info 49:53 James’ Best/Favorite Competition Ever 50:51 Who Pushes Him- James’ Favorite Competitor 51:47 The Best Athlete James haS Seen 53:02 James’ Favorite Meal 53:19 Where To Find Him On Social Media 53:50 What Legacy Does James Want To Leave Behind Summary James Ellington is the embodiment of the underdog. Even when his athletic career suffered due to a lack of sponsorships, he never gave up. James revolutionized the sponsorship game by securing his spot in the 2012 Olympics by selling himself for sponsorship on eBay. He continued to secure his title as a powerful 100-meter relay sprinter by placing 5th in the 4x100 Meter Relay in the 2016 Olympics, 3rd in the IAAF World Relays in 2014, and 1st in the 2014 & 2016 European Championships (all for the 4x100 Meter Relays). His career was abruptly put on hold when a life-threatening motorcycle accident left doctors saying he may never walk, let alone compete, again. James powered through with the mentality of taking it one day at a time. In this podcast, James dives into how he overcame his injuries, his journey with keto to fix hormone imbalances, and how struggling as an underdog gave him the strength to overcome any obstacle.
32 minutes | Jan 23, 2020
WTF #126 - Gerard Powell | Breaking Bad With Ayahuasca And Plant Medicine
Episode #126 Time Stamps 1:32 Gerard’s Rough Start 4:19 Drug Addition & The Moment That Changed His Life 6:15 Partying, Re-hab, And Getting Help 8:50 Discovering Plant Medicine 10:15 First Psychedelic Vision 12:18 Unlocking Repressed Memories 13:55 Rythmia Coming To Fruition 16:15 Responding To Critics 18:58 The Miracle Ticker 19:52 Injuries From Plant Medicine 21:20 Ryan’s Experience Passing Out 22:05 Age Restrictions On Ayahuasca 24:43 The Four Types of Spiritual Journies 25:25 Acknowledging What The World Has Done To You 26:31 The Biggest Miracles Gerard Has Seen 29:05 What Does The Future Of Rythmia Look Like? 30:45 Where To Find More Info About Rythmia 31:02 What Legacy Does Gerard Want To Be Remembered By? Episode Summary Move over Dos Equis guy, I’ve found a new most interesting man in the world. Gerard Powell, the founder of the Rythmia Life Advancement Center in Costa Rica, had to overcome years of delinquency, drug addiction, and depression in order to find his true purpose in life. Gerry discovered Ayahausca after a trip to Costa Rica, an experience recounted in his powerful book Sh*t The Moon Said. During this trip, he discovered the root of his behavioral problems and ended with him obtaining the blueprint to Rythmia, which would later become the #1 best-rated resort (in the world) on Trip Advisor. While Gerry details the numerous mistakes he made over the years, he explains that he hopes to be remembered as the guy who screwed up hundreds of times but, was able to completely change his life around. In this podcast, we dive into Gerard’s life story, the benefits of plant medicine, and achieving spiritual healing. If you are interested in checking out Rythmia, check out the link below or give them a call at: (888) 765-2323 http://bit.ly/2tKdrNx
15 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
WTF #125 - Dr. Ryan Lowery | Presence Over Presents
Episode #125 This is the time of year that people tend to slow down, but I believe in ramping it up. It is these last few days before the end of a decade that will separate those who will succeed and those who will fail. That being said, success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure. While I believe you should always give to those around you, no matter the time of year, this giving season does act as a healthy reminder to serve those around you. Service comes in many forms and may be as simple as a smile or words of affirmation. As this year and this decade come to a close, I encourage you to take care of yourself so that you can be both willing and able to serve those around you. Let’s finish off the year strong and embrace 2020 with a grateful heart and positive mindset.
15 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
WTF #124 - Dr. Ryan Lowery | Never Make The Same Mistake Twice
Episode #124 As we near closer to the holiday season, I’d like to talk to tell you a story about regret, self-reflection, and the power of giving. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it is filled with family, friends, and gratitude. In fact, this whole time of year is special because it brings out the best in people. Whether you’ve had a terrible year or the best year of your life, you’ve had a year; there are people who didn’t get that luxury. Time is not guaranteed and should not be taken for granted. I hope I can encourage you with this story to spend your holiday season focusing on spreading kindness, positivity, and making giving louder.
72 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
WTF #123 - Todd White | The Grape Conspiracy
Episode #123 On today’s episode of What The Fat, Todd White, the founder of Dry Farm Wines, breaks down the secrets of Napa Valley, how to pick out a good bottle of wine, and his top biohacking tips. We dive deep into the topic of winemaking, how safe the FDA- approved wine additives really are, and why you should never have to spend more than $25 on a good bottle of wine. You don’t have to suffer through sobriety for the sake of your health. Listen now to learn more about how you can still drink wine but without the hangover, getting kicked out of ketosis, or the ingestion of toxic chemicals. Enjoy the show! Takeaways Have you ever been standing in the wine aisle, staring at the endless array of bottles, trying to determine which one will give you the best bang for your buck? The better wines are more expensive, have Italian names, and imagery of a farmhouse or chateau on the label… right? What you probably didn’t know is that most of those wines aren’t very different. “In the United States, 52% of all wines manufactured are made by just 3 giant conglomerates. And the top 30 companies make over 70% of US wines.” So how can you possibly pick out the best one? Time Stamps 1:40 Todd White’s Backstory 4:30 The Secrets Of Napa Valley And The Wine Industry 13:41 What Really Is A Natural/Organic Wine? 17:53 Understanding That Alcohol Is A Dangerous Neurotoxin 20:45 How Wine Is Made And Why Not All Natural Wines Are Sugar-free 26:15 Sterilization Of Commercial Wines 30:12 Four Toxic Wine Additives To Watch Out For 32:45 Wine Myths Americans Believe 35:17 Break 36:25 What's The Difference Between A $5 And A $50 Bottle Of Wine? 40:17 The Reason Dry Farm Wine Is A Wine Club 41:47 Todd’s Best Advice For Wine Shopping 43:52 Where Wine Is Grown (Not Created) 48:05 Top Biohacking Tips 54:26 Concentrated Meditation, Affirmations, & Gratitude 58:22 Dry Farm Wine’s Rockstar Hiring Process 1:05:41 Exciting Things Coming In 2020 1:08:33 Where To Find Dry Farm Wines & Todd White 1:09:34 Todd’s Favorite Quote 1:10: 18 What Legacy Does Todd Want Left Behind? Links and Resources Get A Bottle For Just A Penny: www.Dryfarmwines.com/WTF Instagram
42 minutes | Oct 29, 2019
WTF #122 - Robert Sikes | A Bodybuilder's Approach to the Ketogenic Diet
Episode #122 In this week’s episode of What The Fat, I interview Robert Sikes, founder of Keto Savage. Robert is a natural, pro ketogenic bodybuilder, creator of The Keto Brick, and author of Keto-Adapted Performance Manual. Join us as we discuss all things keto and muscle building. We dive deep into topics such as disordered eating in the bodybuilding space and how a ketogenic diet can help improve body composition and performance. Enjoy the show! Takeaways Robert Sikes is a bodybuilder, entrepreneur, and coach who uses the keto way of eating to improve body composition and performance. In this episode, Robert breaks through the myth that we need carbohydrates to build muscle. We discuss training, mindset, and how to optimize your results on keto. Time Stamps 1:27 Robert’s story and how he found keto 6:20 Disordered eating and bodybuilding 10:30 How keto helped his relationship with food 16:20 Robert’s training and how he tracks progress 18:45 The importance of hunting and harvesting your own food 22:00 Robert’s coaching niche and the biggest challenge he sees with his clients 29:10 How Keto Brick started 35:05 What’s on the horizon for Robert 39:30 The legacy Robert wants to leave 41:00 Where you can find Robert Links and Resources Youtube Instagram Twitter www.ketosavage.com www.ketobrick.com Keto Brick IG Live Savage Apparel Tweetables “I had this skewed image of what I was worthy of” “There is no finish line, death is the only finish line, keep improving.” “You really understand nutrient density when you’re harvesting your own food” “Have a long game approach, become a master at that thing. Find something you can sustain chipping away at every single day. That will compound and the result will be freaking impressive.” “Life is a story book and every year is a chapter” “The world owes me nothing.” “Train hard and heavy. Stick to nutrient dense foods and let the magic happen” If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
54 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
WTF #121 | Dr. Will Cole - The Inflammation Spectrum
Episode #121 Dr. Will Cole is a leading functional-medicine expert who consults people around the world via webcam and locally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing health programs for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, and brain problems. Enjoy The Show! Takeaways Inflammation is at the core of almost every common health condition. How you feel is constantly and dynamically being influenced by every meal. Every food you eat is either feeding inflammation or fighting it. Because no one else is you, the foods that work well for someone else may not be right for your body. In this episode Dr. Will Cole explains how to identify that you have inflammation and diet and lifestyle changes your can make to reduce it. Links and Resources: Dr. Will Cole Instagram Dr. Will Cole Facebook Dr. Will Cole Website Inflammation Spectrum Quiz The Inflammation Spectrum Book Ketotarian Book Show Notes: 2:13 Symptoms of Inflammation 4:30 Inflammatory markers you can look for 8:10 Common contributors to inflammation besides food 10:10 Step one to getting rid of inflammation 13:05 Dr. Will Cole’s favorite adaptogens 18:00 The Core Four: Main trigger foods that cause inflammation 21:06 Alternatives to dairy 24:45 Elimination diets: carnivore vs plant based keto 32:00 Dr. Will Cole’s thoughts on the Impossible Burger 36:36 Should you take a probiotic? 39:20 Top 4 things for lowering inflammation 42:00 Top oils to cook with 45:00 New discoveries and research coming out around inflammation 47:20 What you can expect in Dr. Will Cole’s new book “ The Inflammation Spectrum” 51:46 The legacy Dr. Will Cole wants to leave behind Tweetables “Inflammation is the commonality between every health problem we face as a society today.” “What works for one person might not work for you” “It’s not just about food… we ignore other facets… you have to look at the other pieces of the puzzle too” “It’s not just about avoiding things, its about nourishing your body to heal” If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
68 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
WTF #120 | Amanda Radke - Eat Beef Save The Planet
Episode #120 Today I have on an amazing guest that the carnivore community will love! Amanda Radke is a fifth generation rancher from Mitchell, S.D., who has dedicated her career to serving as a voice for the nation’s beef producers. She recently received attention from the media when her article response to Ellen DeGeneres’ post “Be neat. Eat less meat.” went viral with more than 10,000 shares on Facebook. Amanda explains that today’s consumer wants to know more about where their food comes from, but they aren’t getting their information from farmers and ranchers; they are getting their information from the loud voices of animal welfare activists, environmentalist zealots, biased media reporters, healthcare practitioners with plant-based agendas and celebrity influencers. As a professional in the cattle industry, Amanda is doing everything it takes to properly educate people and show consumers the other side of the story. Enjoy The Show! Takeaways Every diet has some sort of animal death and suffering whether you’re eating steaks or eating salads. In this episode of What The Fat, Amanda and I dive deep into the misconceptions surrounding the beef industry. We talk about everything from the nutritional benefits of eating nose to tail and the environmental impact of beef production to carbon emissions and the treatment of animals. Get ready to hear the truth about meat! Links and Resources: amandaradke.com beefmagazine.com Amanda's Instagram No, Four Pounds of Beef Doesn’t Equal the Emissions of a Transatlantic Flight Amanda's Twitter Amanda's Facebook Show Notes: 2:36 About Amanda’s background 3:47 What inspired Amanda’s letter to Ellen 8:51 The breakdown of nutrition for beef vs plant based protein 13:30 The Disney Affect: Is eating plant based better for the animals? 21:41 The impact of beef on the environment and the rise of “fake beef” 39:53 Water usage and beef production 42:46 How much meat is too much meat? 44:37 Beef and the amazon fires 47:32 The benefits of eating nose to tail 49:55 Understanding the circle of life 54:08 Grass fed vs. grass finished 56:10 Amanda’s two children’s books about agriculture 57:42 How we can be advocates for meat 1:00:24 The main challenges ranchers are facing 1:04:05 The legacy Amanda wants to leave Tweetables “Beef shouldn’t be demonized the way it has” “I don’t want celebrities or politicians to dictate the way I eat” “You’re getting the best bang for your buck nutritionally and environmentally when you eat beef” “Everything lives and everything dies, but death with a purpose gives meaning to life” “If every American were to go meat free on Mondays it would reduce our carbon emissions by 0.37%” “If you want to make a dietary change to improve carbon emissions, don’t waste food. 40% of food in the United States goes un-eaten” “Eat the meat that you like and can afford” If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
16 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
WTF #119 | Dr. Ryan Lowery - It All Started With Asking For Beer Money
DESCRIPTION In this episode of What the Fat I dive into the success story of Carson King, a college student who unexpectedly turned a Venmo request for free beer at a football game into a million-dollar charity initiative. This good deed put him in the spotlight, and with that brought criticism that threatened his credibility. In this podcast, I discuss the importance of context and maturity in relation to social media and expand the conversation to the broader topic of prejudice, from racism to gay rights. What you post on social media lasts forever, and sometimes what you say in your past can have negative repercussions on your future. With that being said there’s power in living in the present, and casting judgement away and striving to be your best self going forward is always the best course of action. CONNECT WITH ME Ryan's Instagram Ryan's Facebook Ryan's Website SHOW NOTES 1:12 - Intro on the Carson King story 4:29 - Criticism for Carson 5:19 - The plot thickens 8:42 - BREAK 9:48 - Hypocrisy at its finest 10:48 - The past vs. the present 12:44 - Commentary on making judgment 14:10 - What’s Your perspective? If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
57 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
WTF #118 | Ali Miller - Food is Medicine
In this episode of What the Fat, dietician Ali Miller and I talk about empowering yourself through diet, making thoughtful choices, and finding purpose in each food you eat. We touch on how certain foods are crucial to mental agility, physical health, and emotional awareness, and how to better combat stress, low energy, imbalanced sleep, and inflammation. The relationship between dieting, women’s health, and lectin levels is discussed at large as well, and find out how Ali’s Carb-Up approach is the perfect way to refuel and reenergize your keto journey. Miller stresses the importance of positive mindset and perspective, reframing your past and your present, and quieting the negative self-talk that prevents you from reaching your goals. “I choose this stress, this is passion manifest” is her mantra for a happier life. What is yours? LINKS & RESOURCES Ali's Instagram Ali's Website CONNECT WITH ME Ryan's Instagram Ryan's Facebook Ryan's Website SHOW NOTES :38 - Introduction to Ali Miller 1:18 - An Update from Ali 3:30 - Parenting & Promoting Keto 11:05 - Eating healthy in School 11:38 - Diet and the Mental Illness 15:09 - Ani-Inflammartory foods 18:08 - Dairy & Neurological function 20:37 - BREAK 21:18 - Women’s Health & Keto 27:27 - Testing Leptin Levels 29:16 - Leptin Resistance & Fasting 30:45 - Questions About Ali’s Carb-Up 32:46 - More Details on Ali’s Carb-Up 35:05 - Leptin Depletion in Males? 37:19 - Recommendations for Sleep 40:55 - Mental health & Protein 43:05 - Supplementation and Protein Intake for Vegetarians and Vegans 45:50 - Ali’s Book, and One of her recipes 48:10 - Ali’s Approach to Mindset 51:46 - Beyond Diet & Retaining Perspective 54:10 - What’s Legacy Do You Want to Leave Behind, Ali? If you like today’s episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts at What The Fat and leave us a 5-star, positive review. Tips, Recipes, Community: @ryanplowery Videos: Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube
41 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
#117 - Lauren Berryhill | Body Positivity with Keto
Episode #117 In this episode of What the Fat, I chat with “Keto Coach Lauren” Lauren Berryhill. As a true keto hero, she tells her story about how her struggles with body image and weight to life stages in school, motherhood, and marriage have informed her triumph in the keto space. She speaks in-depth about her diet and how it has effected her life, specifically in relation to female reproductive health. She preaches an individualized approach to keto, and reminds people to celebrate both big and small victories throughout their journey, and offers fantastic insight as how to assume a smart, thoughtful keto diet. Enjoy the Show! Takeaways! Lauren encourages others to share their “why” and lead by example to inspire others, and remain body positive. Through being your authentic self and sharing key lessons, you can usher in a new generation of keto-pros. Links and Resources Lauren's Instagram Show Notes :58 Introduction of Lauren Berryhill 2:08 Lauren’s story 7:00 When did your "change" begin? 8:40 Classic binge-worthy foods to avoid 10:40 Any early side-effects of your journey? 13:25 Body image disorders with clients 15:18 The digital age and insecurity 17:12: A typical day with kept 19:04 reviews and feedback welcome! 21:35 Intermittent fasting? 24:12 Supplements and simplifying keto 26:05 Meal prep or eating-out? 27:31 Self-preservation through keto 29:08 Mental and physical benefits of keto 30:40 Keto for your children 33:10 Keto for your family and friends 35:05 The future of keto 37:15 What’s your motto? what’s your legacy?
52 minutes | Sep 4, 2019
#116 - Vanessa Spina |Recalibrating Your Life
Episode #116 In this episode of What the Fat, I talk with Vanessa Spina, or better known as “Ketogenic Girl”. We discuss how she got her start with Keto and the challenges that she faced. She discusses the importance of having the right mindset and focus when starting your Keto journey and also talks about the resources she has that can help. Enjoy the Show! Takeaways Vanessa being very knowledgeable in the Keto space and shares some of the struggles she went through to get there. Her insight and success on keto has helped her get to where she is today! Links and Resources Vanessa's Website Vanessa's Instagram Show Notes 2:36 Vanessa talks about her background and how she started keto 7:55 Biggest mistakes she made when starting keto 12:00 Intermittent fasting and the benefits 24:18 How fasting and keto can impact a woman’s cycle. 32:00 Talking about her diet and how she’s been eating more meat. 41:00 How traveling to different places has impacted the way she eats. 44:20 What her books all about. 48:30 Talking about the legacy that she wants to leave behind. Tweets “You have to try things out to see what will work.” “I can share all the mistakes I’ve made and save people time, so they can get the results.” “In order to really get to your goals and be there successfully, you have to do something that’s going to be sustainable that you can keep up.” “the more you tune in and listen to what your bodies asking for you can really tune in and follow that guidance.”
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