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Keto For Women Show


Dec 29, 2017

In today’s episode, we are talking all about sleep! It’s one of the bigger topics that come up when people switch to a ketogenic diet because they find that sometimes their sleep tanks, while at other times, it’s amazing! Today, I’ll talk to you about why you may be experiencing disrupted sleep on keto and how you can achieve that amazing sleep you’re wishing for.

TOPICS:

  • The reasons why you may not be getting good sleep while keto
  • The #1 cause of disrupted sleep
  • How hormonal imbalances affect your sleep
  • How ketosis can help your sleep when done correctly
  • Does caffeine and alcohol consumption affect your sleep?
  • My best tips for getting amazing sleep



WRAPPING UP…
If you are following me on Facebook at Shawn Mynar Holistic Health, then you can now see my Instagram Stories over on Facebook! Stories are by far my favorite way to use social media to communicate with all of you. If you’re following me on Instagram or on Facebook, it’ll be really fun to see what I’ve been up to beyond the podcast!

 

If you want a spot on The Fat Burning Female Project January 2018 class, I just want to remind you that the enrollment will be on January 2nd. The class will start on January 8th and the materials will be given to you on January 5th. You can sign up at The Fat Burning Female Project website to receive email notifications.

 

As always, if you have any questions that you would like for me to expand on further, please email me at info@ketoforwomenshow.com, and I will make sure to get the answers out to you. Take care!

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The advice and opinions in The Keto For Women show are intended for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical care or advice.  Please always consult your medical professional for your specific health concerns.