In part 2 of my round table with Maty and Marty, we answer listeners’ questions.
- Does cholesterol level correlate with insulin and blood glucose level. If yes – why, what is a physiological explanation. If not, again why?
- Do I have to dial in macros to have success with DDF?
- I’m surgically menopausal (gees back in 2015) why can’t I have any good carbs? I can only lose the weight/fat eating a lion diet.
- How to help the rise in morning blood glucose from a cortisol release?
- In reference to changing hormones (for women), to match your other half, to build a better relationship sexually, is there a negative result of “tweaking” hormones to do these adjustments vs letting the body’s hormones adjust naturally on their own?
- General best practices for surgical menopause HRT with family history of breast cancer and personal history of PCOS.
- Should everyone avoid gluten?
- Cold immersion for women. Pro’s & Con’s?
- Is menopause really going to be the death sentence everyone makes it sound like?
- Will the vaccine affect my weight loss?
- Is the carnivore diet the holy grail of weight loss
Marty Kendall is the author of the book Big Fat Keto Lies. Marty is an engineer who seeks to optimize nutrition using a data-driven approach. His interest in nutrition began eighteen years ago in an effort to help his wife Monica gain better control of her Type 1 Diabetes. But since then, he has worked to develop a systematized approach to nutrition tailored for a wide range of goals.
Matty Lansdown is a scientist, nutritionist and health coach that specializes in weight loss and self-confidence for women and busy mothers.
Matty’s extensive experience with nutrition led him to uncover the deeper challenge people have with health which isn’t about calories or kale but in fact mindset and behavior change. Having been on his own personal development journey, Matty is now super-passionate about showing people how to level up their health so that healthy habits and the best food choices are easy and natural.
Hi Karen, I understand testing your hormones is key to unlocking your healing path, but what if you are 37 years old just had a baby! and periods are irregular, what day should you take the test in your cycle if you don’t know what day 19,20 or 21. I just want to make sure its the most optimal results!
Karen Martel says
Hi Maura I would advise waiting until you are finished breastfeeding and cycles are regular again or you may have inaccurate results.