Like sugar-free candy for your ears.
If it’s tough to carve out some time to read all the blogs or interest pieces you want, consider listening instead. Podcasts are perfect when you’re getting ready in the morning, on your commute, or while preparing meals. Here are some of the best keto podcasts for weight loss, nutrition, research studies, personal advice, and so much more!
Leanne Vogel, the woman behind the successful keto blog Healthful Pursuit and the popular book The Keto Diet, offers a fresh take on ketogenic living with a holistic approach. Her podcast features interviews with thought leaders and keto veterans. She also offers valuable content to develop a ketogenic lifestyle that works for you.
Imagine spending an hour with two of your best girlfriends having fun chatting about health and nutrition. That’s what the podcast “Balanced Bites” is like! Diane Sanfilippo and Liz Wolfe are both New York Times bestselling authors who live a paleo lifestyle. Together, they tackle topics in the Paleosphere in their podcasts. They also delve into ketogenic specifics along with kitchen tips and overall wellness.
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Mark Sisson of MarksDailyApple.com and former professional triathlete Brad Kearns focus on how to be healthy, strong, fit, happy, and productive – with the least amount of pain, suffering, and sacrifice. They regularly feature other guests from the ancestral health community. (Jamie from Hip2Save loves Mark’s Daily Apple!)
You may already know Jimmy Moore, accomplished blogger and internationally bestselling author of Keto Clarity and The Ketogenic Cookbook. In this podcast, he partners up with Pittsburgh, PA-based functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole of DrWillCole.com. Together they tackle current health headlines, medical and nutritional health research studies, and listener-submitted questions about the ketogenic diet.
Matt and Megha, founders of the successful ketogenic food blog and YouTube channel KetoConnect, invite guests from the fields of health, nutrition, and business to discuss their relationship with the diets they follow and businesses they run. They answer reader questions and dish up personal advice on how to be successful on a keto diet, along with the health and science surrounding the lifestyle.
Carl Franklin and Richard Morris are two “dudes” who were overweight, diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and felt like they had been duped. They both successfully regained their health and took back control of their life. Now they are sharing their stories, their favorite recipes, and the supporting science behind their road to wellness.
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