KETO all day every day

Keto Community Research

You can make BIG things happen in our community by supporting KETO human trials. If you believe Keto has helped you then you need to read this!

Biohacking 101

Click here to learn how you can become a an expert biohacker, make your own poster presentations, link to book recommendations and web resources and  much more

Keto Lifers

Stories of individuals who are achieving amazing health results with a ketogenic diet. From Epilepsy to Cancer, Parkinson's to PCOS read their stories here

Helping ordinary people achieve extraordinary results with a ketogenic lifestyle

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Watch this fun video of me getting over my strangegymaphobia with Danny Vega and Robert Sikes. Resistance training is so important for everyone but even more so for people on a therapeutic ketogenic diet as often they are at a greater risk of bone loss due to medications and inactivity. If your not ready for a gym the guys will walk you through simple at home options and share their own moments of intimidation when faced with new challenges. 

Dry Farm Wines Taste Test

Watch as Christine and I test our Blood Glucose and Ketones in response to enjoying a few glasses of a Dry Farm Wine red.


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Has a ketogenic diet changed your life for the better?

If you use a ketogenic diet All Day Every Day  to manage your illness (Cancer, Epilepsy, PCOS, Infertility, Mental illness, Diabetes, Autoimmune diseases, COPD, Parkinson's, etc.), or are planning to start,   I would love to hear about it. Tell me how your keto diet has changed your life.



I am not a doctor. I have started this community as a way to bring people already pursuing a ketogenic lifestyle for health together in a meaningful way and to support those considering a ketogenic diet. The information provided here is free of charge and for educational purposes only.  Any support or information presented whether through online/in person meetings, through email or through content should not be considered medical advice. 

Always consult with your primary care physician.