New Video: Candid Keto Chat! (What I’m Eating – And Why)


 

I have some exciting news for you! I’ll be a featured speaker at the Kick Sugar Summit and you can attend for FREE, and watch the entire summit from home – or from anywhere. 🙂

I hopped on Facebook last night for a live chat about that and more, including: what I’m eating and WHY, what I’m testing right now, products I do NOT recommend or DON’T like, and more…

This was a VERY candid, unscripted chat. I just wanted to catch up for a minute, share what’s going on behind the scenes here, and look forward to any thoughts or questions you have about it all. 🙂

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Here are the links for the things I mentioned throughout the video:

Kick Sugar Summit FREE, go ahead and register!

What you need to know about MCT Oil

Perfect Keto coupon code: LOWCARBTRAVELER
(I like their bars, nut butter, unflavored collagen & MCT oil)

Keto Wine! 🍾🍷🙂

Kiss My Keto coupon code: LOWCARBTRAVELER
Amazing chocolate candy bars (but too expensive for me!) & great deal on high quality MCT oil

FBOMB Oils & Nut Butters
My coupon code is LOWCARBTRAVELER for 20% off 💕

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I would love to hear how things are going with you. Leave a comment and let’s catch up! Or let me know if there’s anything I can help you with. 🙂

Best,
Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler

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8 Responses to New Video: Candid Keto Chat! (What I’m Eating – And Why)

  1. Kathy DuBois says:

    Congrats on speaking at the Kick Sugar Summit! Great choice on their part! Can’t wait to watch it!

  2. Janet says:

    So do you put mct oil, collagen and creamer in your coffee? How big is your mug? 🙂

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Janet,

      I usually use a shaker bottle for my MCT coffee, and I think it’s a 16oz bottle. I use two full tbsp of oil in that first morning coffee, but it doesn’t take up much room in the drink.

      The collagen powder doesn’t either, it dissolves smoothly into any liquid. I usually have that in a later coffee, in a regular mug as it blends and stays blended.

  3. Sue Gerfen says:

    Thank you for all the research that you do. I really appreciated the information on the MCT oil and the discounts that you make available. Looking for forward to the sugar summit video. Thanks again for the information that makes my life easier.

  4. Sue A Wheeler says:

    Loved watching the summit and can’t wait to watch more. You were great! Such a phenomenal line up!
    I was waiting to hear if any one took a vitamin supplement. Even Prof. Noakes stated he really only eats meat and nuts. Very few vegetables! So how are they getting adequate vitamin C or maybe that is also a myth that we don’t need as much as once thought.
    My question: have you seen published info regarding our need to take vit/min supplements when following lchf diet if we’re consuming very limited vegetables and zero fruits?
    Thank you Lynn

  5. Lynn Terry says:

    Thank you Sue – and Sue! 🙂

    Most people do consume a wide variety of green vegetables and berries on a low carb diet, unless they’re doing some sort of restrictive or elimination diet. You can get all the nutrients you need from those vegetables & berries, and also from whole meats – especially liver (blech, lol) etc.

    You’ll have to Google the Vitamin C thing. I read something on that awhile back about it not being as important when you’re in ketosis – taking it, consuming it, or the amount you need – but I can’t remember the exact details, just that it wasn’t a concern.

    I don’t take any vitamins or supplements myself, except for more recently adding collagen daily to improve my hair mostly (vanity!) but also for gut health – and it’s just a great thing to add after a certain age since it benefits our joints, skin, brain, pretty much the whole body.

    I’ve been following all of those people on Twitter for awhile now and they talk a lot about the amount of nutrients in meat, which I honestly wasn’t aware of before I started looking into it. Especially liver, which made me want to learn how to love it. 🙂

  6. Robert miller says:

    Just starting low carb plan. Is low carb eating conducive to maintaining muscle mass?

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