I got back from my trip and needed to go to the grocery store. Before I did, I was hungry and went to my food cupboard to see if I had anything I could eat. I opened up the cupboard and this is what greeted me on the top shelf. EVERY single item on that […]
I have been resisting saying I’m “on a diet.” Probably because I have failed at so many diets in the past and because a diet, to me, means starving, deprivation, disappointment and, ultimately, failure. I’ve been calling this something I stole from the Keto groups – a WOE – way of eating. My friend Gigi reminded me […]
As I’ve said and probably not illustrated too well, this journey for me is working – slowly (as it should) – because I’m not repeating the mistakes of the past. This time around, here are the things I know do not work for me: Counting calories. Nope. Not gonna do it. Significantly restricting calories. Your […]
Yesterday, I was scrolling through Facebook, and this article appeared in my feed: Immediately, I thought, I need to look at this! Basically the article says: Even after eating “healthy” and maintaining your weight, eating “fat-laden” food for as little as 5 days (hello holidays and vacation – that’s the implication) will cause your glucose […]
It seems several friends are ready to give the LCHF/Keto thing a try but don’t know where to start given all the articles I’ve been posting and advice I’ve been throwing out there. So I’m going to tell you how I got started. It may or may not work for you, but it’s working for […]
Something I hear-a lot-from just about everyone when I complain about missing some high carb or highly processed food is: everything in moderation. As if it's as simple as that. I used to say it myself! But guess what? No. We cannot have “everything in moderation” and we should stop saying that.