Mojo On! More Resources for a Luscious Keto Life

Congrats! You’re four weeks into the keto lifestyle! By this time, you should be feeling pretty great, more confident in how to maintain a delicious keto life, and, if you’ve used all our tips and recipes, armed with the mojo to carry on with your keto journey.

You’re coming into this brave new world at a great time. There are more resources than ever before to help foster the happiest, healthiest keto life. Some are great and reliable, others, not so much. So we’ve amassed a sampling of some of our favorite reliable resources for basic keto information, recipes, fitness, medical, and social media (great for support and encouragement). Now, mojo on! You’ve got this!

General Keto Info
Still have burning questions about keto that you’re not finding onKeto-Mojo.com? Check out the following websites.

Diet Doctor
The most comprehensive and largest low-carb/keto website, Diet Doctor was founded by Swedish-based Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD, one of the leading experts on the ketogenic diet. There’s plenty of free, public information on the site and there’s also a membership option for a deeper dive.

Mercola
Dr. Mercola is an osteopathic physician with a focus on preventive health care. He created one of the top-visited health sites on the internet, which includes quite a bit of content on the ketogenic diet.

Recipes
There’s an astounding variety of tasty keto recipes out there. Here are just a few that we like to cook from:

My Keto Kitchen
Aussies Matt and Gerri are behind the LCHF (low-carb, high-fat) recipes on this website, which began after Matt’s surprise diagnosis with pre-diabetes and high cholesterol despite his fit and healthy appearance. With his partner, Gerri, who worked in some of Sydney’s trendiest restaurants and struggled with her weight, they went keto and adapted recipes for their lifestyle.

Simply Keto / Keto Karma
Suzanne Ryan has lived the keto lifestyle and lost 120lbs in the process. Follow her on Instagram and find out more about her journey and get tips, encouragement, and easy low-carb recipes in her book, Simply Keto, here

Traveling Low-Carb
Lynn Terry loves to travel, and eat low-carb! Follow her on Instagram here.

Ditch the Carbs
Libby Jenkinson is a registered pharmacist and the founder of New Zealand and Australia’s leading low-carb website. She’s convinced she’s helping more people get healthy now than she ever did dispensing medicine.Note: you’ll have to wade through lots of advertising.

Ketovangelist Kitchen
This Facebook Group page shares and discusses keto recipes, food ideas, and kitchen techniques.

Fitness
Interested in learning more about how to optimize your exercise on a keto diet? Follow the leads of these experts:

Thomas DeLauer
Thomas is a celebrity trainer and health author who creates informative, approachable videos on health, fitness, nutrition, and athletic performance. He combines his background in healthcare with a research team to provide concrete information and advice based on science and research.

KetoGains
Luis Villasenor and Tyler Cartwright team up in the pursuit of physical excellence via ketosis. Expect a focus on education and advice for people who want to gain health, endurance, strength, speed, muscle, and a lean physique. They have a great macro calculator designed with the athlete/bodybuilder in mind.

Mark’s Daily Apple
Mark Sisson is a former endurance athlete and health and fitness advocate and author of thePrimal Blueprint, a seminal book on ancestral health and the paleo lifestyle. He also pennedThe Keto Reset Diet, and his daily blog,Mark’s Daily Apple, covers diet and nutrition, fitness, weight loss, recipes, success stories, and keto, of course.

Medical
There’s a wealth of information about the keto diet as a therapy for illnesses, ailments, and healing. If any of the below topics apply to you, you’ll enjoy learning more.

  • Migraines
    Angela Stanton
    Angela A. Stanton is scientist, activist, and migraineur with a PhD in Neuroeconomics focusing on chronic pain, particularly migraines. Her research has led her to believe that migraines are a metabolic disease. If you suffer from migraines, you’ll want to read her book, Fighting The Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide: How To Treat & Prevent Migraines Without Medications.

  • Intermittent Fasting
    The Intensive Dietary Management (IDM) Program
    This program and website was founded by Dr. Jason Fung, the author of bestsellersThe Obesity Code andThe Complete Guide to Fasting. He pioneered therapeutic fasting for weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal in his IDM clinic and continues to be a respected expert in the keto community.

  • Cancer
    Dr. Nasha Winters
    Dr. Nasha Winters is a naturopathic, integrative oncologist and cancer survivor who’s become a global healthcare-authority in integrative cancer research and therapies (including keto). The co-author ofThe Metabolic Approach to Cancer, which makes the case that 95 percent of cancer cases are directly linked to diet and lifestyle, she focuses on the ketogenic diet in her approach to fighting and avoiding the disease. To keep abreast of her work, follow herblog.

  • Diabetes
    Virta Health Led by Dr. Stephen Phinney and Dr. Jeff Volek, co-authors ofThe Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living, one of the most comprehensive and science-based guides to the ketogenic diet, Virta Health provides the first clinically-proven treatment to safely and sustainably reverse type 2 diabetes. If you’re one of the nearly 115 million people living with diabetes or prediabetes in the U.S., you’ll want to check out theirblog.

Social Media Groups
There’s an endless community of people ready to encourage and motivate you on your keto journey. While we can’t list them all, this group should get you started. But don’t hesitate to poke around online to find a support group that feels right for you.

Keto4Karbohoics
Blogger Kassey Cameron has a Weight Loss Challenge that runs every 6 weeks with chances to win cash prizes. More importantly, she provides meal plans, shopping lists, recipes, and coaching along the way in a private Facebook group. She and her husband Eric Cameron, a cardiology nurse practitioner, also do a weekly Facebook Live keto Q&A.  Kassey is also a contributing writer to theKeto-Mojo blog.

uCanKeto
Amy Smith is a Certified Keto Meal Planner providing free meal plans and coaching on her Facebook Group page,Push For Your Better. You’ll find weekly meal plans, Facebook Live video Q & As, and an involved community eager to support you.

Completely Keto For Beginners
Moderated by Harlan Kilstein and Kim Howerton, this Facebook group is the one to join if you’d like to ask, share, learn, and get recipes.

Mojo On!
Thanks so much for allowing us to help you embark on your keto journey. Of course it’s not over. It’s only just begun. Feel free to stay in touch and visit Keto-Mojo often for tips, information, recipes, and more via these helpful links below. Now, go on enjoying the awesome, empowering world of keto.

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