Episodes

#215: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Surviving the Holidays!

December 3, 2021

It’s the Holiday Season for many of us and with that often comes challenges that threaten to derail us.

In this Mindset Matters episode, Daisy and Terri chat about some tips and strategies that might just make you more likely to stride though this year’s festivities with a new-found confidence and a spring in your step!

Terri has been keto for over 3 years and Paleo for 2 before that. She struggled with being overweight or obese from age of 7 until about 5 years ago and tried all types of weight loss plans and diets throughout most of her adult life.

Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in her early 30s, Terri was prescribed many medications, typically taking three for diabetes, a statin and an ace inhibitor. She no longer takes any prescriptions and no longer has any biomarkers of Type 2 diabetes.

Terri was a middle school English teacher at the start of her career; then went back to grad school and earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology. She was then a psychologist in private practice for over thirteen years.

Terri is now a coach with IDM’s The Fasting Method. She is the Director of Retreat Development and has hosted two fasting retreats in Hawaii.

IDM’s new website TheFastingMethod.com

You can contact Terri by email

Other episodes Terri has been in:

#205: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Embracing Discomfort

#200: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Committing to Keto

#196: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Making Keto Part of Your Identity

#105: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting

#106: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting – Part 2 

Books mentioned in this episode:

Never Binge Again by Glen Livingstone

It Starts with Food by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig

The Craving Mind by Judson Brewer

Terri’s Top Tip

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#214: Carolyn Ketchum – The Keto Baking Doyenne Who Dreams All Day About Food!

November 26, 2021

Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, Carolyn Ketchum, talks about how she started keto, by way of gestational diabetes, then went on to build her hugely successful keto food blog and business – All Day I Dream About Food.

Carolyn Ketchum is the evil mastermind behind the popular keto blog All Day I Dream About Food and the best-selling author of The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking.

A major carnivore and an unrepentant sweet tooth, she is devoted to creating delicious low carb recipes that don’t sacrifice on flavor. See Carolyn in action on her YouTube channel or catch her on Facebook.

Links

Website

Cookbook

Facebook

YouTube

Keto for Two eBook

Keto Baking School: How Keto Sweeteners Affect Your Results

Recipes mentioned

Keto Angel Food Cake

Bacon and Caramelised Onion Smothered Pork Chops

Keto Praline Sheet Cake

Keto Pecan Pie Bars

Sugar-Free Condensed Milk

Keto Jerk Chicken

Carolyn’s Top Tip

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#0213: Keto Foodie Favourites with Dan & Erika – Cauliflower

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November 19, 2021

Extraordinary women, Dan & Erika (from Have Butter Will Travel), return to the podcast for another Keto Foodie Favourites episode. In this episode we chat about all the things you can do with cauliflower.

Find out more about Dan & Erika in their original podcast episode:

#11: Danielle Coonerty & Erika Burt

and listen to their other Keto Foodie Favourites episodes:

195: Keto Foodie Favourites with Dan & Erika – Mince (aka Ground Beef)

199: Keto Foodie Favourites with Dan & Erika – Eggs

Dan & Erika’s Top 5 Egg Recipes

Cauliflower soup with smoky bacon

Whole roasted loaded cauliflower

Baked cauliflower & cheese/casserole

Creamy cauliflower mash with mascarpone

Egg & Bacon cauliflower fried rice

in the Everyday Keto Dinners eBook

More Cauliflower Recipe Links:

Cauliflower humous

in the Grazing Platters eBook

Here is an article about article from The Guardian. It is talking about the original recipe of course so not keto, but it will give you an idea.

Links

Website

Instagram

Facebook Page

YouTube Channel

Cookbooks

Dan & Erika’s Top Tip

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#212: Why We Should All Be Restricting Our Daily Eating Window – with Terri Lance

November 12, 2021

Daisy’s good friend Terri Lance is back this week to talk about TRE (Time Restricted Eating) and why we should all be doing it.

Terri has been keto for over 3 years and Paleo for 2 before that. She struggled with being overweight or obese from age of 7 until about 5 years ago and tried all types of weight loss plans and diets throughout most of her adult life.

Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in her early 30s, Terri was prescribed many medications, typically taking three for diabetes, a statin and an ace inhibitor. She no longer takes any prescriptions and no longer has any biomarkers of Type 2 diabetes.

Terri was a middle school English teacher at the start of her career; then went back to grad school and earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology. She was then a psychologist in private practice for over thirteen years.

Terri is now a coach with IDM’s The Fasting Method. She is the Director of Retreat Development and has hosted two fasting retreats in Hawaii.

IDM’s new website TheFastingMethod.com

You can contact Terri by email

Other episodes Terri has been in:

#196: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Making Keto Part of Your Identity

#200: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Committing to Keto

#105: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting

#106: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting – Part 2 

Links:

Just One Thing – with Michael Mosley: Change Your Mealtimes

Satchin Panda at the Salk Institute

Terri’s Top Tip

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#209: Kim Howerton – Diagnosing (or Misdiagnosing) Depression

October 22, 2021

Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, Kim Howerton, returns to the podcast to share her story about depression. 

Kim Howerton struggled with her relationship with food from the time she was 8. As the years went by and her health problems mounted, she felt at the mercy of her body and out of control with her weight. A dedicated seeker of pleasure, she realised that life in a body that was always in pain was no way to live; that a pleasurable life starts by living in a body that feels good.

Enter Keto – a life that has brought together her love of satisfying, delicious foods in a way that makes her actually feel good. She now shares her love of all things Keto by creating recipes, running a Facebook group and her podcast Keto Life Support.

Kim’s website is KimHowerton.com

Kim’s cookbooks

If you would like to be coached by Kim, book a free 15 minute consult with her here.

Sign up here to find out more about Keto Unstuck.

Kim’s Top Tip

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#208: Bouncing Back with Suzie Edge – Part 2

October 15, 2021

Daisy and Suzie are back to finish their chat about Bouncing Back. In this episode Suzie shares some of the strategies that have helped her get firmly back on track and are powering her towards her next goal.

A big thanks to Becky for coming up with “Bouncing Back” as this new format’s name.

Listen to Part 1 here:

#207: Bouncing Back with Suzie Edge

Suzie Edge trained as a molecular cell biologist before moving to clinical medicine, to spend more time talking to people, rather than just bugs in test tubes. She went on to work as a junior doctor in a variety of medical specialties including infectious diseases, haematology, and trauma and orthopaedic surgery. She recently completed an MLitt in Modern History to feed her fascination for the history of the human body and the history of medicine. 

Always on the lookout for gory historical details, Suzie loves telling stories of how we have treated our human bodies in life and in death. 

Suzie has a senior brown belt and is a trainee instructor in the martial art of Sooyang Do. She lives in a wee cottage in the Highlands of Scotland with her husband, their two teenage daughters and their dog, Scout.

Suzie left clinical medicine in 2019, having become disillusioned with the medical world and now, after securing a book deal,  she is writing about medical history, creating online content about the history of the human body, and feeling good about life away from hospital medicine. She found the keto diet properly in early 2018 and had a wonderful year in 2018, which changed her life but as she talked about today, nothing is quite that simple!

Follow Suzie on Social Media

Twitter @suzieedge

Instagram @edgesuz 

TikTok @suzieedge 

Suzie’s PodcastWarts ‘n’ All

Suzie’s Top Tip

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#207: Bouncing Back with Suzie Edge

October 8, 2021

Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, Suzie Edge, is back for another new format episode to chat about ways to get back on track after things go horribly wrong! 

We’ve all been there – well most of us have – and clawing your way back can be a real struggle. So in these episodes Daisy is going to chat with some people who can offer a helping hand by sharing tips and strategies that helped them get their keto mojo back. 

This is the first of a two-part episode.

A big thanks to Becky for coming up with “Bouncing Back” as this new format’s name.

Suzie Edge trained as a molecular cell biologist before moving to clinical medicine, to spend more time talking to people, rather than just bugs in test tubes. She went on to work as a junior doctor in a variety of medical specialties including infectious diseases, haematology, and trauma and orthopaedic surgery. She recently completed an MLitt in Modern History to feed her fascination for the history of the human body and the history of medicine. 

Always on the lookout for gory historical details, Suzie loves telling stories of how we have treated our human bodies in life and in death. 

Suzie has a senior brown belt and is a trainee instructor in the martial art of Sooyang Do. She lives in a wee cottage in the Highlands of Scotland with her husband, their two teenage daughters and their dog, Scout.

Suzie left clinical medicine in 2019, having become disillusioned with the medical world and now, after securing a book deal,  she is writing about medical history, creating online content about the history of the human body, and feeling good about life away from hospital medicine. She found the keto diet properly in early 2018 and had a wonderful year in 2018, which changed her life but as she talked about today, nothing is quite that simple!

Follow Suzie on Social Media

Twitter @suzieedge

Instagram @edgesuz 

TikTok @suzieedge 

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#206: Bitesize Nutrition with Megan Pfeffer – The Importance of Choline

October 1, 2021

In the second of the new Bitesize Nutrition episodes, Megan Pfeffer joins Daisy to talk about Choline, a lesser known nutrient that we should know more about.

Megan Pfeffer is an Australian based Clinical Nutritionist with a health science degree in nutritional & dietetic medicine. Megan is the founder of I Choose Health, an international online nutrition consulting practice. Specialising in food intolerances and therapeutic carbohydrate reduction and keto nutrition for lipedema, lymphedema, type 2 diabetes and obesity, Megan helps women to take back control of their health.

I Choose Health offers nutrition education, public speaking, nutrition consultations, 2 hour workshops and 8 week keto courses with live, interactive weekly sessions and guest speakers. Megan shares her experience and expertise while providing support and motivation for achievable, long-term dietary and lifestyle changes.

Megan follows a ketogenic diet to manage her own health, including weight loss of nearly 20 kg’s (44 pounds). Megan discovered she has lipedema in early 2019 and breast cancer in 2020, and credits fasting and keto for helping her manage and overcome these conditions.

Megan has presented at numerous international conferences in New York, Boston and Italy, and is the lead author of the 2019 cookbook for lipedema ‘From Our Coaches’ Kitchens: Ketolicious for Lipedema Holiday Cookbook’. She co-authored 2019 research paper titled ‘Ketogenic diet as a potential intervention for lipedema’ published in the peer reviewed medical journal ‘Medical Hypotheses’.

Megan is passionate about helping people to understand the benefits of adopting a keto way of life. With a focus on improving health minus the blame & shame approach experienced by many overweight women, and using an evidence based and wholistic approach, Megan’s health motto is to “Eat Food That Loves You Back!”.

Links

Email: megan@ichoosehealth.com.au 

Website: www.ichoosehealth.com.au 

Sign up for Megan’s online 8 week keto courses ‘Keto nutrition for lipoedema & lymphoedema’ and ‘Keto nutrition for weight loss & health gain’ here: www.ichoosehealth.com.au/courses 

Keto for lipedema research paper link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/346677939_Ketogenic_diet_as_a_potential_intervention_for_lipedema

Choline Links

What is Choline?  

Choline, Other Methyl-Donors and Epigenetics

NIH Factsheet

Oregon State University Factsheet

Estrogen, Methylation, and Choline Deficiency

Choline: Critical Role During Fetal Development and Dietary Requirements in Adults

Megan’s Top Tip

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#205: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Embracing Discomfort

September 24, 2021

Do you struggle with cravings? Do you sometimes feel like you just can’t resist this or that food? 

In this Mindset matters episode, Daisy and Terri talk about discomfort and how to start looking at it differently.

Terri has been keto for over 3 years and Paleo for 2 before that. She struggled with being overweight or obese from age of 7 until about 5 years ago and tried all types of weight loss plans and diets throughout most of her adult life.

Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in her early 30s, Terri was prescribed many medications, typically taking three for diabetes, a statin and an ace inhibitor. She no longer takes any prescriptions and no longer has any biomarkers of Type 2 diabetes.

Terri was a middle school English teacher at the start of her career; then went back to grad school and earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology. She was then a psychologist in private practice for over thirteen years.

Terri is now a coach with IDM’s The Fasting Method. She is the Director of Retreat Development and has hosted two fasting retreats in Hawaii.

IDM’s new website TheFastingMethod.com

You can contact Terri by email

Other episodes Terri has been in:

#196: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Making Keto Part of Your Identity

#200: Mindset Matters with Terri Lance – Committing to Keto

#105: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting

#106: Terri Lance – Reversing Type 2 Diabetes With Diet and Fasting – Part 2 

Books mentioned in this episode:

Never Binge Again by Glen Livingstone

It Starts with Food by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig

The Craving Mind by Judson Brewer

Terri’s Top Tip

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