LCHF/Keto Tips & Tricks

  • What Exactly is Ketosis?

    Very Simply – Blood keytone levels of .05 – 3.0mmol/L with 0.5 - 1.0mmol/L optimal for weight loss.
     
    With blood keytone levels in this range, Nutritional Ketosis, is going about your day with minimal blood sugar spikes. Your metabolism is not operating heavily on carbohydrates derived from your diet.
  • Electrolyte Importance

    Ketosis and Electrolytes   Quick Notes – You may feel flat beginning a Keto program.This may last up to 2 weeks.Consume electrolytes during this ti...
  • Keto Flu - What is it?

    The ‘Keto Flu’ is often referred to as the signs & symptoms of fatigue, headache, lack of motivation, muscle cramps, dizziness, sugar cravings, brain fog, irritability, nausea, insomnia & is all normal with a sudden reduction in carbohydrate