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I had currently had a seizure andhad to switch to a different remedy and the medication that I be changed to wasmaking me very ill. I became underweightand I had a stomach gastritis. I various kinds of lookedlike I was slowly disappearing. My name is Jade Nelsonand I’m from Austin Texas. I also do some life-style coaching, working with peopleon building self-care plans. I’ve been on a ketogenic dietfor 2 1/2 years now and that was due to my epilepsy. I’ve employed prescription but up until2 1/2 years ago a phone call reformed that, from my little sister. And she said, “Look into the ketogenic diet”. And that literally changedmy entire world and living. I’m doing a slow and steady approachbecause I’ve been on the med so long, but I’m on the least amount of medicationsI’ve ever been on in my life and that’s a pretty powerful thing.Research – that’s the one thingI would tell anybody. Don’t step into a doctor’s officeand just say, “Tell me what to do.” All different types of approachesto dealing with epilepsy, whether it’s feelings, if you want to go the medication road or the CBD oil route or the diet, I want you to go out thereand figure out what to do and research everything you canno matter how spooky it is.That message is going to empower youto make really well-informed decisions and play a rolein your own healing process. I sometimes was almost like I was always tryingto explain what I was doing or kind of defend it. It’s still within the keto community low-carb, it’s still hard to relate sometimes, because you’re doing itfor different reasons and it’s hard to explain that, when you hearthe saying, “Don’t shoot those ketones” … Well, I’ll chase them, because I’d rather be seizure free. The thing I can say isI’m actually happy about soul, I feel hopeful. My purpose in this life is to actually sharethe stuff I went through in hopes that it will reach someone out, and every time I get to sit in frontof a camera like this or stand on a stage and share a small part of myself, all of that trash I’ve been through healed me. And I remember each personthat’s given a diagnosis, you can sit there and you can say this is endno matter what the diagnosis is.Or you can say, “This is the beginning andI’m going to simply make that forking in the road “and make a completely different directionand I’m going to use it to empower myself, to change who I am on the insideand how to affect others around me.”.