Keeping Keto Simple
Lose weight with the
Participate For Free In This Beta Course that runs from 27th July to 21st August 2020
Here's what you'll learn
Who this course is for
This course is ideal for anyone who has tried to lose weight but can’t sustain it long term. You have tried various diets and are fed up with the constant yo-yo dieting. You might even think that you need to eat less and move more. Maybe you have given up completely.
Maybe you are pre-diabetic or Type 2 diabetic, you can improve your metabolic markers and your Type 2 diabetes with this way of eating.
Hi, I’m Jackie
I am a nutrition advisor specialising in the Low Carb and Ketogenic Way of Eating. I am a trainee Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. It is my mission to help people find health, vitality and well-being, through real food and a low carb, high fat (LCHF) and a Ketogenic way of eating.
I have reduced over 4 Stone ( 56lbs / 25kgs)
In April 2017 I was 53 years old at my heaviest weight and had no intention of going on a diet. I believed I had no will power and couldn't make changes. I suffered with migraines. I struggled to move around, bend down, climb the stairs and other daily tasks. I was often tired, lethargic and unmotivated. I didn't want to diet because I felt I couldn't and I didn't have the will-power needed to diet.
Then I learned the secret - it isn't about will-power. Once I started to make changes to my diet and lifestyle, I found it easy enough to do and I started to lose weight. At the same time my health improved: my blood pressure dropped, migraines reduced significantly, joint pains disappeared. I could climb the stairs, move easily and get around. My mood improved and I started to feel great. I have learned that many health challenges can be put down to diet and lifestyle.
I feel better in my 50s than I did in my 20s.
Participate For Free In This Beta Course that runs
from 27th July to 21st August 2020
The information I share is intended for educational purposes only and should be taken as general advice. Our relationship does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship. It is always best to seek medical professional advice should you wish to make any changes to your current medication or treatments.