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  1. Want to know where the carb count went to most of your recipes

  2. Love your blog
    I have been following keto diet for the last two months, no change in weight
    I even follow your daily meals and recipes
    Any suggestions

    • Are you counting calories? Just following keto isn’t enough – you need to make sure you’re eating at a calorie deficit to lose weight!

  3. Stumbled on your blog. Learning as I go on this keto life. It’s definitely a rewiring of the brain. I’ve been thrilled with the fullness I feel during the day, but now I’m bored. Does it sound weird that I miss eating? I’m not hungry, so I don’t know what to do with myself sometimes. I guess I was filling my day with cooking and snacking. Weird and yet obvious. Anywho, I’ll go look for you on IG. Thanks!

    • Doesn’t sound weird at all. I firmly believe that I’m a food addict, just like some people are junkies or alcoholics. I too crave foods and like to have a variety… these people who meal prep and eat the same shit all week trip me out, I could never do that!! Try to train yourself to chug some water when you’re wanting to stick something in your mouth. You’ll soon find your free time is being occupied by bathroom breaks :P

  4. Your blogs on one and two years of Keto were what I needed today. I’ve been doing Keto for 7 weeks and I’ve lost 15 pounds… which is GREAT, don’t get me wrong, but I hit a plateau last week and I’ve actually managed to gain two pounds back. Not sure what’s going on there, no change in diet that I can recall. Anyway, I found your post after I googled “one year on keto” to see if I could locate other people’s experiences and if plateaus were something they dealt with (and suggestions on how to deal with them as well). It’s comforting (and motivating) to know that what I’m experiencing is normal. I was so worried that keto was only going to work for a month and then I would have to move on to some other something to try to lose weight.

    I have always been “curvy” at 180 pounds, 5’5. When my body went berserk at 25, I put on roughly 85 pounds in a matter of three-four years. Part of that was because of a breakup and going back to the single “let’s party” life of little sleep, tons of booze, and greasy hangover food, but the other part was PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) that I discovered last year. Sorry to be using you as a therapy outlet… I just find so many similarities in your story and mine and I hope to continue the keto diet and see some outstanding results like yours. You go girl. Keep inspiring. People like me see you. :)

  5. I just discovered your blog via Facebook today. It is great & sounds like just the place to find, don’t quite know how to say this, but just an everyday woman with interesting and informative things to say. Right up my alley! I’m looking forward to exploring your site.
    By the way, the Pizza crust recipe is how I got here. Going to make it today & use that cauliflower for something else!

  6. Love your style making me smile, literally. I’ve been looking for a straight up person like you to read enjoy. Thanks very much, you are appreciated. Kind regards, your ozzie (Australian )fan, Susan.

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