Starting over on the keto diet can feel demoralizing. You've had ketogenic weight loss success in the past, but somehow lost your way? Finding yourself back at the keto start line does not translate into being labeled a failure. In fact, I'd describe you as brave!
I'm proud of you for finding your way back to a way of eating that you know absolutely WORKS. For most of us, weight loss is emotionally complicated. It's about so much more than food, right? That was my experience, anyway. I lost 140 pounds eating low carb, high fat foods, but that was just the start. What made my keto weight loss actually stick was changing my mindset about eating altogether.
In today's DIRTY, LAZY, Girl podcast #2 of season 3, we speak compassionately about starting over (again!). With encouragement and support, today's video offers helpful tips to get you motivated for another go. Watch the episode on YouTube or listen to the audio podcast on Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spotify, or Amazon Music (links provided here). Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe, so you don't miss a weekly update!
I'm Stephanie Laska, the USA Today bestselling author (and creator) of DIRTY, LAZY, KETO. I've shared my story and helped thousands of others lose weight just like I did. I've created a ton of resources to help you - this podcast and my videos on the DIRTY, LAZY, Girl YouTube channel are just a few examples.
For more information about how I lost 140 pounds, check out the available resources mentioned in the video:
DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Get Started Losing Weight While Breaking the Rules by Stephanie Laska @St. Martin's Press 2020 (paperback, eBook, Audio)
The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO No Time to Cook Cookbook by Stephanie & William Laska @simon&schusterbooks 2021
The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Dirt Cheap Cookbook by Stephanie & William Laska @simon&schusterbooks 2020
The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Cookbook by Stephanie & William Laska @simon&schusterbooks 2020
Success Story! Interview with Carol Who Lost 157 Pounds on DIRTY, LAZY, KETO
Success Story - How Did Stephanie Lose 140 Pounds on a Ketogenic Diet?