This episode of the Hormone Genius is on Ketogenic nutrition and health. This is a big topic and can elicit feelings regarding how to approach nutrition. Jamie and Teresa are very aware of this and hope that this will be more of an educational experience on why a KETO approach to nutrition even exists. Teresa has personal experience with living a Ketogenic lifestyle, as well as reasons why approaching nutrition and understanding how we burn energy is important to all peoples health. This is also not meant to explain how to actually live a keto lifestyle. This episode instead, is meant to improve your understanding of how KETO can be a tool used by some individuals with doctor counsel to improve health. For those of you who have struggled with weight, an eating disorder, or in general loving your body, we understand and want you to know that there is a pathway that is healthy and holistic for each one of you. See our previous episode on Body Image, The hormonegenius – Ep-28-body-image-and-being-your-authentic-self. You deserve to love your body and we want to support all women in this journey. There is no one way to live a holistic lifestyle, nor one nutritional space that is all right, or all wrong. So, discern well and take this information if anything to increase your understanding of this scientific approach to health. Teresa does not proclaim to be a foremost expert on Ketogenics, but is passionate about empowering others to learn what she has, in regards to the science of energy burning. We have provided below resources for more learning more from trusted physicians and scientists. Resources that I trust on Ketogenics Dr. Dominic D'Agostinohttps://ketonutrition.org/ Dr. Ben Bikmanhttps://gethlth.com/ Dr. Sarah Hallberg & Dr.Stephen Phinneyhttps://www.virtahealth.com/ Dr. Jason Funghttps://www.thefastingmethod.com/ Dr. Mary Newporthttps://www.amazon.com/Low-Carb-Solution…1661274338&sr=8-2 Medical disclaimer: The information presented in The Hormone Genius Podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for actual medical or mental health advice from a doctor, psychologist, or any other medical or mental health professional.