Nov 24, 2017
Maria is a health and wellness expert and author of several books. She was always active in sports, even when she was a kid, but was still always on the heavy side. She thought it must’ve just been how her body’s was meant to be. It wasn’t until she studied science and nutrition that she began questioning the “standard” diet that promotes dietary grains and milk. She has since leaned towards a low-carb diet and now a ketogenic diet from which her books were now based on.
Today Maria talks about how the ketogenic diet changed her life, her tips for people who want to start with a ketogenic diet, her thoughts on the vilification of fat, and how ice cold water can help boost mitochondrial health.
" People underestimate the power of just being outside.” Maria Emmerich
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