Diving into why I’m no longer following the keto diet + what I’m eating now.

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  1. You are such a breath of fresh air when it comes to your content. Thanks for always keeping it real. I love how you view what to put in your body and knowing how it functions. It really is about knowing your own body and what works. I have been an athlete my whole life and am very conscious of what to put in my body. Looking forward to more recipes! 👍❤️🙏🍁🍂🎄

  2. Love your videos and how down to earth you are. No matter what people are going to criticize you and tell you you’re wrong. What turned me off from Keto was when a fellow co-worker told me that onions had too many carbs (excuse me, what?). I’ve struggled with my weight my entire life, dealt with PCOS, fad diets, all of it! I recently read “How not to Die” by Dr. Greger and it made so much sense to me. I’ve finally decided to go vegan and more specifically whole food plant based. Mostly because I’ve never been a huge meat eater, but I LOVE carbs!!! Now the type of carb is key, minimally processed rice, quinoa, potatoes, beans, etc. And it works for me! There is still a lot of haters in the WFPB and vegan community that will tell you your not vegan enough, but you know what, I feel better, my digestion, my energy, my sleep all incredibly improved. So, I guess my point is all these people telling you what you should and shouldn’t do aren’t the ones who are living in your body. Do what’s best for you and forget the haters! Hope you have a fabulous week, Kayla!

  3. Love watching your trying this trendy or fad diet/excersing thing for such an such amount of time videos I love setting challenges like that too. There's a couple of new ones I've been seeing, genetics based and gut microbiome. Seems like trends are leaning towards more tailored diets. Ooo also with exercise the primal movement workout is so weird and different love to try that.

  4. i totally agree.. knowing that there are no such thing as "bad" or "good" food made me realize, why then am i so hung up on intaking very little to no carb as much as possible?? in the long run, i would rather aim for balance and stay active than restrict myself esp if it's unnecessary (health wise)

    always supporting you and your contents, all the best👏🏻🤗

  5. I tried keto when I was already 60 pounds down from my highest and it was the only "fad diet" I ever did, otherwise all I did to ultimately lose 100 pounds was cut out processed carbs as much as possible and eat more veggies and protein. I'm thankful I tried a keto diet for that one month or so because it made me realize that I'm actually allergic to dairy. I never drank milk or used butter much before, only for recipes, but starting all of a sudden made my body freak out. Once I got an allergy test, a lot of things started to make sense. Now I focus on my protein and veggies, while staying lower carb. Every body is different, so it's great to take the time to understand ourselves. I love how your videos and how you explain yourself! <3

  6. Some of your symptoms sound like PCOS .. bloating, gluten resistant, breaking out.

    I've been recently diagnosed, there's various types of PCOS.

    Keto and low carb often recommended for meals.

    Looking more at gut health though for over all health going forward.

    Looking forward to your new journey 😀

  7. I love this video. I have always steered clear of the keto diet just because of my stomach issues (high fat diets hurt me). But I have fallen into the starch solution way of eating before. While I lost weight and felt good in my body, I also always felt hungry and was always thinking about food. I feel like it’s harder these days to eat a little bit of everything and not villanize foods, because specific diets eliminating foods are everywhere and advertised as the healthy way. Your video was so awesome, I love that more and more people are opening up about all these disordered feelings we have about food and making active choices to change that mentality.