Have you tried going keto and found that it has made you feel worse rather than better? Does keto seem to make sense in theory yet somehow fails to work as promised? But what if it's not just you? What if keto as we know it simply fails to encompass the needs of the female body?
Naomi Whittel, the New York Times bestselling author of Glow15, explores how the problem isn't keto, it's fiber. Ninety percent of women are fiber deficient, and when women go down the standard keto route, they often lean into animal-based, high-fat, zero-fiber foods, leading to low energy, brain fog, and unnecessary weight gain. Whittel explores the fruits, vegetables, and prebiotic fiber sources that work within a keto framework to:
--transform your metabolism
--enhance your microbiome
--balance your hormones, and
--keep you satiated.
Whittel's 22-day plan includes a day-by-day movement framework you can tailor to your own needs and delicious, easy-to-make recipes that include both the nutrients and flavor you need to make a sustainable change. With its encouraging and supportive tone, and the foundational science and research to back it up, High Fiber Keto provides the means to get on track with keto and for keto to get on track with you.