Perimenopausal Solutions and Ketogenic Eating

Are you a woman between 35- 45 years old and wondering why your periods are changing (shorter, heavier, longer); you suddenly have developed a tummy and can’t eat what you used to; and are now experiencing premenstrual symptoms like cramps, sore breasts, nausea, migraines, fatigue, headaches, or emotional changes (moodiness, depression, or irritability), bloating, hot sweats and flushes, or insomnia?

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Thyroid and Hormones

Keto, Thyroid and Hormones: Separating Fact from Fiction

In the last few years, both the Ketogenic and low carb diets have come under a lot of scrutiny for supposedly trashing your thyroid; resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, sleep issues, and stalling weight loss. Is the solution to dive into a stack of carbohydrate-rich sweet potato pancakes?
Not necessarily – Let’s separate fact from fiction.

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