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8 Tips For Keto on a Budget

This post was originally published on this siteA criticism often leveled against the keto diet is that it’s more expensive than a “regular” (read: SAD) diet. There’s some truth to that. It does cost more to buy meat than ramen… Continue Reading →

Diastasis Recti

This post was originally published on this siteToday’s post is part two of a postpartum series inspired by a reader question. You can read part one here. Diastasis recti (DR) is usually described shorthand as a separation of the ab… Continue Reading →

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Chimichurri

This post was originally published on this siteToday Lindsay’s here sharing one of her favorite keto-friendly sauces—chimichurri. One of the best ways to keep your keto eating varied and flavorful is to experiment with great tasting sauces. Chimichurri is one… Continue Reading →

Postpartum Body Image: Primal Perspective

This post was originally published on this siteToday’s post was inspired by a question that came in from a reader who is struggling with depression and body image issues after having children. I asked my colleague Dr. Lindsay Taylor, being… Continue Reading →

Can Keto and Cardio Mix?

We get lots of questions about how a ketogenic diet works in the context of exercise: Is it possible to maintain one’s fitness (strength, endurance, performance) and also drop one’s carb intake to ketogenic levels? Is it advisable? Will it… Continue Reading →

Can I Eat Fruit On a Keto Diet?

Question: “Can I eat fruit on a ketogenic diet?” Answer: “Sure, if you want!” I’m kidding, of course. I know why people ask this question. It’s because in the keto world fruit is a confusing, often contentious topic. You’ll sometimes… Continue Reading →

Explaining Keto and Hair Loss (and Why Any Dietary Change Might Cause It)

So you start your keto diet, and things are going well. You’re dropping excess fat, your carb cravings are noticeably reduced, your energy is steady throughout the day… and then one day you start to have the sneaking suspicion that… Continue Reading →

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