Supporting your immune system starts with the foods you eat, and the good news is that many of the best foods for your immune system are low in carbs so you can continue to work toward your weight loss goal. In this post, I share 10 low carb immune-boosting foods.Read More “10 Low Carb, Immune Boosting Foods”
Ketones are normal compounds that show up in your body when the body’s primary fuel, glucose, is running low. Ketones come from the breakdown of fat so if they are present, fat is being burned.
Following a keto diet is an effective way to coax your body to make ketones, but it is not the only way. In this post, I’ll share actions that you can take to boost ketone production in your body, even if you are not fully keto.Read More “How to Make Ketones without a Keto Diet”
The term alternate day fasting seems to be self-explanatory; you simply alternate between fasting and non-fasting days. Two common variations add a twist by allowing you to eat some food on your fasting days. In this post, I show you how to follow complete and modified alternate-day fasting routines.
Alternate day fasting is worth a look whether you are new to intermittent fasting or experienced and looking for ways to vary your routine. Let’s start with the straightforward method.Read More “3 Ways to Do Alternate Day Fasting”
As women age, hormonal changes alter the way fat is stored on our bodies. These hormonal changes can start in our thirties with few noticeable symptoms other than a greater propensity to put on weight.
In this article, you’ll learn about the defining chapters in a woman’s reproductive life and how they affect weight gain.Read More “Women and Weight Gain: How It Changes as We Age”
One of the most common questions I get from women over 50 is what to do about an increase in belly fat. I understand the frustration. In this post, I explain why it happens and how to lose it.Read More “Belly Fat in Women Over 50: Why It Happens | How to Lose It”
Leaky gut is a condition that can lead to debilitating digestive issues and the spread of inflammation throughout the body that opens you up to a whole host of health problems, but its simple name makes it hard to take seriously.
In this post, I discuss leaky gut, how it happens, and what you can do to avoid it.Read More “What is Leaky Gut and How to Avoid It”
Insulin is a hormone that controls your blood sugar level by moving energy-rich sugar molecules out of your blood and into your cells.
Throughout life, your cells can become insulin resistant, which means they no longer respond to insulin as they once did. As a result, you live with higher blood sugar and insulin levels that can block weight loss. If not corrected, this leads to conditions like prediabetes and diabetes.
It is possible to regain some insulin sensitivity. In this post, I share exercise, supplement, and diet strategies that you can start using today to become more insulin sensitive.Read More “Ways to Improve Insulin Sensitivity: Diet | Supplements | Exercise”