The dudes showcase the pilot episode of a new 2KETO production: Keto Women, a new podcast in which host Daisy Brackenhall talks to amazing women about their experiences reducing carbohydrates and increasing fat intake. In this episode, Daisy welcomes Dr. Louise Reynolds to talk about her life-long struggles with food.
Daisy BrackenhallI am a 40 something Brit and have lived in France for the last 13 years. I have been overweight or obese for most of my life. I started on the big change with weight loss surgery about 8 years ago. After years struggling with a gastric band, I had my gastric sleeve a few years ago and started finding out about LCHF soon afterwards. It has taken a couple of years for me to become keto but I am so glad I have. I was surprised to find that the extra reduction in carbs has significantly helped with carb cravings as well as my emotional eating habits. I also have Hashimotos, depression and migraines. The latter two have been improved monumentally since I have been eating keto. I love being part of the 2KetoDudes' new adventure on the forum and am also very proud of the Facebook page I started. I cannot claim ownership though - that goes to the great women who make up the members.
Dr. Louise ReynoldsLouise Reynolds is a military wife to Andrew and mum of three teen boys. In her working life, she was the first Australian female paramedic to gain her PhD and has spent the last 14 years teaching in the undergraduate health science program at a local university. Her spare time is spent strength training at the gym, planning overseas travel and preparing delicious tasty (#boringketo) ‘recipppppesss’.