Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, Amber, returns for Part 2 of our conversation about KetoAF. This is part of a trilogy starting with April Ihly’s episodes 100 and 101, followed by Siobhan Huggins’ episodes 107 and 108. Part 1 can be found at ketowomanpodcast.com/116.
A special thanks to April for sharing her story and starting this series of interesting conversations. Thank you April xxx
L. Amber O’Hearn, M.Sc. has been studying and experimenting with ketogenic diets since 1997, and has eaten a plant-free diet since 2009 after discovering its profound effects on her mood and cognition.
She has presented at various conferences on the role of ketosis and meat eating in brain development and evolution. Her review on the evolutionary appropriateness and benefit of weaning babies onto a meat-based, high fat, low carb diet, was included as testimony defending professor Tim Noakes in his recent trial. She is a data scientist by profession with prior publications in mathematics, linguistics, and psychology.
Growing on the enormous popularity of last year’s first CarnivoryCon, 2020 sees it double in size. Onwards and upwards for a fabulous conference. Get your tickets here carnivorycon.com.
Amber’s Website and Social Media
ketotic.org Eclectic explorations on the science of ketogenic diets.
empiri.ca Person blog, mostly on experiences with carnivory.
Support Amber on Patreon.
Links from this week’s episode
Josh Blackburn’s website KetoAnimalFoods.
Dr Adam Nally talks Hormones and Vegetables on the 2 Keto Dudes podcast
Brad Marshall’s Fire in a Bottle experiment