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In today’s podcast episode, I’m joined by Dr. Josh Axe, a name that most of you are probably very familiar with.
Dr. Axe is a doctor of chiropractic, certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist. He runs the popular health website, Draxe.com and a functional medicine clinic in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Axe is the author of several books, including his latest book which we’re talking about today: Keto Diet.
In today’s episode, we’re talking about keto. Dr. Axe answers the question, What exactly is keto? And shares his balanced approach to keto. We also talk about what it looks like to be in ketosis, who should consider a keto diet and who should not, if keto is safe for women, and so much more.
I’ve received many questions over the past year on the topic of keto, and being someone who hasn’t practiced keto or spent a lot of time researching it, I’ve been hesitant to share anything on this subject. When I saw Dr. Axe was coming out with a book on this subject, I knew he was the perfect guest to have on the show.
I personally don’t follow the keto diet, and don’t plan on doing so anytime soon. Keto is a variation of a real food lifestyle and one that can be followed for specific reasons, as Dr. Axe shares. I wanted to talk with Dr. Axe about this topic since it’s such a trending subject and there’s a lot of information out there and a lot of myths. If you’re considering keto, I hope today’s episode helps you navigate this way of eating in a responsible and body-friendly way. Dr. Axe is a wealth of information on this subject.
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Show NotesResources Mentioned In Today's Episode
- Dr. Axe (website)
- Follow Dr. Axe on Instagram
- Follow Dr. Axe on Facebook
- Keto Diet by Dr. Axe (New Book)
- Ancient Nutrition SBO Probiotic Supplement
Q1: Tell us about yourself and your story.
Q2: Your new book, Keto Diet, is all about keto. What sparked your interest in keto?
Q3: Can you tell us more about the origin of keto. Is this a new fad, like Atkins?
Q4: What exactly is a keto diet and what makes your approach to keto unique?
Q5: To get really practical, what does keto look like?
Q6: What are the benefits of a keto diet?
Q7: How can you tell when you’re in ketosis?
Q8: Is keto meant to be a long-term lifestyle approach? If not, how do you recommend approaching keto? –
Q9: Who is a keto diet meant for? Is there anyone who should not consider a keto diet?
Q10: What are some of the biggest mistakes or myths you see people making or believing when it comes to a keto diet?
Q11: One of the things we’ve talked about in the past is hormonal imbalances. Can you share how a keto diet affects hormones, particularly for women? How can women safely embrace a keto diet?