From High Fat Carnivore to Sustainability with Kelly Hogan

Kelly Hogan is an OG in the ketogenic and carnivore space and I've finally gotten her on the podcast. She's been low carb/ketogenic since 2004 and has a wealth of knowledge to share with this community.

What you'll hear in this episode:

  • Kelly's back story and how she began in the ketogenic space (4:33)
  • Her current experiment with a high fat carnivore approach (6:19)
  • The effects large amounts of protein have on some people (9:18)
  • Her findings since switching to lower protein and higher fat ratios (11:05)
  • Adverse effects she's seen since increasing her fat intake (12:42)
  • How she feels when she wakes up (14:31)
  • Protein as a provider of energy isn't ideal (17:54)
  • The importance of fat consumption in regards to hormone regulation (22:36)
  • The downfall of under consumption (26:20)
  • Gaining weight when first switching to carnivore (28:38)
  • Reverse dieting (33:11)
  • Chronic undereating (38:13)
  • Calories in/calories out (39:53)
  • Sustainability (41:31)
  • The addition of honey or fruit for females and how that effects insulin (43:24)
  • How the ketogenic and carnivore space as evolved over the years (49:33)
  • Experimentation and finding out what's best for your body (51:37)
  • Why moderation doesn't work for some people (53:03)
  • Caffeine (57:29)
  • What's coming up in the pipeline for Kelly (1:00:09)

Where to find Kelly:

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Robert Sikes


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