My Very Favorite Ketogenic Resources

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I am not a doctor, none of the information on any of these pages pertaining to the Ketogenic Diet or Adrenal Fatigue should be considered medical advice and should not replace the care of your personal physician. I am simply eager to share the information I have learned while on my own journey to health. Before you embark on this journey, please consult with your physician.

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If you had mentioned The Ketogenic Diet 5 years ago, most people would have replied with “Gesundheit!”

But today?

Everyone is talking Keto.

Celebrities are Keto.

People who only 2 years ago pushed a standardized diet heavy in “healthy whole grains” are now on the Keto bandwagon.

But are they?

Here’s the thing: the Ketogenic diet is is the most searched diet terminology, replacing Paleo from just a couple of years ago.

If you’re in the “diet industry”, you have to be talking Keto to stay relevant.

But just because you talk Keto, doesn’t mean you necessarily are.

If there is one thing I learned in my years of researching Adrenal Fatigue, it’s that not everyone who talks about it knows about it….or even believes in it.

You have to know who to listen to, and who to leave behind.

Having just celebrated my 5-year Ketoversary and having read a lot about Keto and listened to a lot of podcasts, here are my favorite resources.

These are by trusted authors and podcasters who truly believe in the Ketogenic diet as a lifestyle, not as a keyword to keep them relevant.

They don’t promote the commercialized “Keto” products. Instead, they promote a Ketogenic, whole-foods approach to eating.

They aren’t into Keto for weight loss, but for health.

These are guys and gals I trust, and now I want to encourage you to glean from them.

Disclaimer: As a Christian, I believe in creation, not evolution though many scientists in the Keto community often refer to evolution in their writing and speaking.


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  1. Have you heard of Dr. Berg? He’s on YouTube and has his videos in an app. He’s the first one who almost convinced me to do keto. I’m nervous to actually do it though because I’ve seen so much bad talked of it! Like never eat fruit or starchy vegetables again?? Not sure…

    1. Hi Alyssa, Yes I have. However, I have had some concerns with some of his content and personal background, so I have stopped listening to him. As for never eating fruit of starchy vegetables, my take is that you eat as many healthy, raw/whole foods (no grains) as will keep you in ketosis. Some people have greater tolerance, and can eat sweet potatoes and fruit. Others, like me, have lower tolerance (or greater insulin resistance) and should not eat those things because they are truly not healthy for us to eat, because of blood sugar issues. I am not strict 20 grams of carbs, I am for whatever keeps your body in a state of Ketosis. That, by definition, is a ketogenic diet.

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