Accelerated Keto Class and Surviving the Holidays

Accelerated Keto Class and Surviving the Holidays

Want to accelerate your keto success? Our extremely popular class “The Keto Life” has helped thousands of people get into the keto lifestyle and headed towards their goals. Read below for more info on the Accelerated Keto Class and Surviving the Holidays.

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Updated Ketogenic Life class with bonus “Surviving the Holidays”!

Craig and I are always researching and adding the latest science of health and nutrition. We are constantly adding elements to our toolbox for working with clients to enable then to realize their health and healing goals. We have now updated this class to include these new discoveries. You will get many new additions and changes such as:

  1. Are ketone levels important? And how exercise lowers ketones (something I deal with myself!)
  2. What two things do you need to focus on to ensure you are in the beneficial state of nutritional ketosis?
  3. New information about long term health and what are real indicators of health.
  4. Do total calories matter and how many calories do I need with this lifestyle?
  5. Should I add carbs for sleep or carb cycle for hair loss, hormones, etc?
  6. How can light, grounding and water help?
  7. Why I don’t recommend adding fat just to “get your fat up”.

BONUS!

With the Holidays rapidly approaching we have added a new section titled “Surviving the Holiday”. This section is a great addition for this time of year. You will get recipes to include in your holiday celebrations to keep you on track. You will leave with tons of tips and tricks to help you stay in Nutritional Ketosis through the holidays and feeling great!

Are you looking for the next step in your journey to health and weight loss? This class will not only inspire you, but you will get all the tools you need to take the keto diet to the max. Some additional items discussed are:

  1. What is ketosis and how to eat to get into ketosis. Also what methods to test for ketones and their pros and cons.
  2. What does this lifestyle look like?  Examples of food and daily macros.
  3. What are the common mistakes many clients have made (such as subtracting fiber from total carbs).
  4. What are common “low carb” foods and even “low carb” veggies that take most clients out of ketosis.
  5. What specific supplements will enhance ketosis and how much and when to take them. I will also share which ones I personally take and why.
  6. Workouts with ketosis to help burn fat while building muscle. What time of day to exercise to burn fat and what time of day exercise can actually put ON fat and increase cortisol.
  7. What medical tests to run if you are having a hard time losing weight even in ketosis.
  8. Why I do not recommend Bulletproof Coffee or other high calorie drinks.
  9. Answers to many of the questions about ketosis as a lifestyle. (Cholesterol and long term health, how to get your nutrients, vitamins and minerals and much more)

Accelerated Keto Class and Surviving the Holidays Class

WHEN: Sunday November 6th from 3-5pm central

WHERE: IN PERSON at our house in Hudson, WI or Via WEBINAR and watch from the comfort of your own home!

It is much more interactive than previous webinars as Craig will be answering all your questions in real time. Hurry, spots fill up fast.

BOOK SIGNING for In Person!

Since I haven’t been able to do a book signing tour this will also be a chance to get your Signed copy of Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking book! Great for gifts!

Watch the replay!

CLICK HERE to get the Video!

 

Testimony about triglycerides, A1c, Liver enzymes!

“Hi Maria,

I’m 42 and I’ve been following your Keto recipes since January 2, 2015. While I certainly needed to lose weight, I started eating Keto because it is the only cure (according to my research) for the NAFLD liver disease I was diagnosed with at ~38 or 39.

I started eating Keto and the changes were SO dramatic (after the first week, where I pretty much could’ve killed anyone who ate any food anywhere near me because the sugar/carb detox was so strong). I’ve lost a little over 30 lbs. I would have lost a LOT more, but I love nuts, and I know they slow the weight loss. Like I said, though, this isn’t a diet for me. This is a way of life. I just want to thank you for ALL of the effort you put into helping so many people like me. Also, I want to thank you for the recommendation 4-5 years ago to take high doses of Magnesium Glycinate to get rid of my kidney stones. Miraculously, it works like a charm. The urologists all told me nothing but eating a low oxylate diet would work. They were so wrong!

My son (who has autism, Hashimotos, PIDD and recurrent PANDAS)) is now doing the diet. The results with him have been nothing short of a miracle! His stimming has virtually stopped. He is almost a typical kid.” – Rebecca

Accelerated Keto Class and Surviving the Holidays

24 Comments

  • Do we get to keep the webinar indefinitely?

  • Nancy says:

    Do you know if this webinar can be purchased with HSA insurance account?

  • JO says:

    I am completely off topic, but have been reading everything you have written about thyroid problems. Can’t seem to find much about hyperthyroidism. Any chance you could do a post? I have just been diagnosed and see an endocrinologist next week. I have no idea what to ask, or what to agree to. Seems hard to find helpful info. Between following your book and this thyroid issue I have been burning off the weight quickly! Literally — BURNING — I am sooooo hot! I am guessing I will be given drugs and weight loss will stop and I will gain. So sad. Since I couldn’t find much on hyperthyroidism maybe it would be a good topic for you to work your magic with and educate us. Thanks for any consideration you give this.

  • Angie Brown says:

    Hi Maria!
    Will your book be available at the class for purchase?

  • Brandi says:

    I have been fascinated with your talks and recipes so far but am a vegetarian. Not sure if I can adapt keto to vegetarian but you have made everything so far sound so easy. Is there enough recipe j can follow in your cookbook or somewhere to try to get more help to adapt ?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Yes!

      I have many vegetarians as clients and I even made a vegetarian chapter in my book The Ketogenic Cookbook😉

    • Lauren says:

      Hi. I’m new to the site (and new to keto), and also, a vegetarian. I’m definitely no expert, but I’ve had GREAT success so far and found it much easier than being vegetarian on other ‘diets’. I learned a quick almond flour ‘bread’ recipe right away, and found that accessibility to full fat foods like nuts, cheeses, oils, avocados, etc has made for some really delicious eating! The hardest part is reminding yourself NOT to feel ‘bad’ about eating so much fat!. I’m trying Maria’s spanakopita recipe tonight! Whereas I often had trouble finding my way into healthy AND satisfying veg foods when I was ‘dieting’, testing the ketosis waters has made me all smiles at every meal. Took far less time to wade in. Plus, I think because you’re used to a plant based diet, you’ll naturally gravitate to more nuts and fibers, which will help you avoid some unpleasant keto ‘pitfalls’ I’ve read about. I hope you find it equally appealing!

      PS Not sure what’s recommended yet, or what works for most people, but since I had an easy time adapting to ketosis, I also don’t sweat it if I fall out of it while eating out (which is a little harder as a keto vegetarian, so far). So easy to pick it right back up and doesn’t feel like I’ve ‘done something wrong’ or like I ‘have to’ start dieting.

  • Salem Alaton says:

    Maria, is this the content of The Keto Life class (with the holiday survival bonus?) or is it something else for more advanced keto dieters?

  • Erin says:

    HI Maria,
    Do you have any suggestions for dealing with middle of the night awakenings? I don’t think it is depression at all, but I consistently wake up between 1 and 3 am to go to the bathroom.

  • Gina says:

    I am really interested in starting a Ketogenic lifestyle being I am a type 1 diabetic (diagnosed 3 years ago at age of 40). I feel so out of control of my body and mind. Never been this heavy since on insulin and I truly think this may be the answer for me. How and where do I start. My nutritionist doesn’t believe in this lifestyle so I don’t know how to find someone in my area that believes and has knowledge in the Keto diet. Ive been on a low carb diet for over a year and just isn’t enough or I’m not doing sonething right. I wish I lived in WI so I could talk to you!

  • Nkolika says:

    Hello Maria,
    I just learned about the keto diet recently and started on the keto diet last week, though not fully. So far for the last 7 days, I have lost 2.5kg and I plan to loose a further 8kg to achieve my target. I was diagnosed with pregnancy induced piles (hemorrhoid) a few years ago after my last child…do you know what meals i can stick with to stop the piles?

  • Sara says:

    Maria,
    Long story short: I had a list of symptoms a mile long. Doctor diagnosed RA, but I got even sicker and had more symptoms. I ate low carb diet but discovered it was gluten causing all my symptoms. Two weeks ago, I cut all gluten and then someone turned me onto your blog. And I love it! This week I bought your Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking. I will start your delicious 7 day healing and weight loss plan tomorrow. HOWEVER, I decided to try the intermittent fasting today…I am on an anti inflammatory twice a day that has to be taken with food. I took the medicine this morning and I was going to break the fast at noon. Oh, I cannot do that. Made me so nauseated. Any tips? Will I just have to “spread out” the meals? Drink my usual 120 calorie breakfast shake? I have 25 pounds of gluten muck hanging on my body and I seriously want to lose it and feel better!
    Thank you for all your inspiration!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Thank you for your love and support!

      Some medications can mess with blood sugar which can make you nauseous. 🙁

  • Kelly Norman says:

    Hi Maria, several years ago I was diagnosed with M.S., R.A., posterior uveitis and more recently my husband is recovering from a terrible accident in which his injuries resulted in an incomplete paraplegic status. Would this class and/or lifestyle be beneficial to us both? I’m carrying 70 extra lbs and while his weight is now considered normal, he suffers from allergies (I’m thinking gluten and dairy at a minimum). I searched your website for any related info and only came up with one post. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

  • Janice Ingram says:

    Do I log into this website at the designated time to watch the webinar? I purchased it a couple of days ago but all I received from paypal was a confirmation number.

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