My tips & tricks for beginners to ensure success on the keto diet!
It’s the end of the first full week of 2020 and I think all of us want to have already lost 10 lbs, but it’s doesn’t work that way for most of us. For first-time keto-ers, maybe, but the rest of us are already struggling with our own attitudes and desire to return to our… Continue reading 2020 with an Extra Side of Protein
Perhaps you noticed that I took about a two week break from blogging. I got really busy and I had to let go of something. In keeping with one of my mantra’s, “Seeking Health/Life Balance”, (and, coincidently, the name of this blog), I had to let go of a couple things temporarily because I had… Continue reading Balancing Act of Life
Our Fur-Baby Cooper We adopted Cooper in 2007 as a 10-week old puppy from an adoption event at Petsmart (could have been Petco…) in Anchorage, AK. He’s followed us around on all our moves and adventures from Anchorage to Ithaca, NY to Houston, TX. He goes on almost every vacation with us and is a… Continue reading Cooper’s Keto Journey
Update: Follow @SeekingHealthLifeBalance on Facebook to see me go through the transition this week! I’ll post weigh-ins, ketone strip results, and what I’ve consumed. Tom and I just spent a wonderful 4th of July weekend with our family up in Oregon. And we cheated. Bad. Not only going back to a high carb diet, but… Continue reading Recovering from Cheating
A common misunderstanding about the ketogenic diet is with respect to protein. Most people know keto means low carb, but the piece they are often missing is how much protein to consume and why. I think this is a frequently missed step that causes people to fail at achieving ketosis and fail at the weight… Continue reading Ketosis and how the body processes protein