Meet Keto Girl Tami!
Tami spent 7 years feeling hopeless and sick. She started taking T3 and initially lost some weight that first year, but every 6 months the doctor kept increasing her medication dosage.
She found Keto Girl on instagram and originally had doubts that changing her diet could reverse her illness and improve her symptoms.
However, after giving the Keto Girl Method a chance, she realized that wasn’t the case.
Within 1 month of being in the Keto Girl Program, Tami:
- Lost 14 lbs
- Lost 4 inches off of her waist
- Reduced her thyroid meds significantly
Keto Girl Tami’s own words:
“I feel amazing and it’s not hard at all following her program. I was shocked how it just fell into place and how I feel like I have a new life and I’m not struggling and feel like I’m under anesthesia to pull myself out of bed and have to push through another 13 hours. I couldn’t recommend her enough, it has really saved my life!”
Watch Tami’s full testimonial video here. She shares her 1 week results and specific medication improvements!
You may be wondering, “how did Tami see such quick results?”
Let me give you a rundown on what is happening inside your body when you have hypothyroidism, how a keto diet helps and show how you can see results just like her!
What is hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid, is a condition where your thyroid does not produce adequate amounts of hormones. Your thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of your neck. Its main job is to release T3 and T4 hormones into your bloodstream to control your metabolism.
When your thyroid is working correctly, it constantly makes and releases hormones to keep your metabolism and body systems functioning. However, when your thyroid is underactive, it can affect your entire body by creating hormone imbalances. These imbalances can cause fatigue, sensitivity to cold, constipation, weight gain and other symptoms.
So I follow Keto to see these results?
Not exactly… and here’s why.
The traditional keto or ketogenic diet focuses on low-carb, moderate protein and high-fat foods and is designed to help you burn fat.
When you take in more carbs than your body needs, your body produces glucose and insulin for energy. Once all your energy needs are met, the body stores what’s left over as fat.
A keto diet triggers your body’s natural metabolic response, known as ketosis. When your body is in ketosis, it doesn’t have enough carbohydrates to use for energy so instead, your body starts burning your excess fat stores.
The keto diet can reduce inflammation, modulate the immune response, improve thyroid function, and reduce hypothyroidism symptoms. This is all great, however the traditional keto diet allows the inclusion of highly inflammatory foods for those with hypothyroidism (i.e. gluten, dairy and eggs).
Doing it the Keto Girl way
The first step of the Keto Girl Method is to avoid inflammatory foods: gluten, dairy, eggs and added sugar.
This is exactly what Tami did. She trusted the Keto Girl process and started avoiding these inflammatory foods.
Within a week she had lost weight. After a month, she was feeling great, losing inches and pounds, and reducing medication. With these keto and hypothyroidism changes, Tami started getting her life back!
Get help with your hypothyroidism
If you are struggling with hypothyroidism and want to lose weight and feel better, I can help!
Apply for keto coaching today to get started on your journey.