n this episode Chad answers the question from a listner, "after being in Ketosis for so long, do you still track all of your macros?"
Chad talks about when he does and does not track his macros on a daily basis, and why.
Also chad asks for your input on upcoming guests, Topics, and keto tools.
You can email your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad: 00:01 We're getting a lot of questions regarding the proper way to live life in ketosis. We have you covered in our midweek mini series called Sunday subs. Every Sunday we'll have a quick supplemental episode where we answer your questions on all things keto. So our question today comes from Jen and she asks, she actually directs the question to me and I'm solo today. This is Chad by the way. She directs her question to me and she says, Chad, are you still recording all of your macros even after being in Ketosis for this long? Jen, this is a fantastic question and it's actually a little bit more of a complicated answer then you would think. Um, but yes, I've, I've been eating keto, I've been living the ketogenic lifestyle now for about eight months and my macro recording has changed a little bit now, day to day I, you, I eat generally the same things.
Chad: 00:56 Um, I don't stray very often from the things that I know the macros for. And so day to day on a regular weekday I, I really don't track very often anymore. However, on the weekends when I use, when I seem to eat irregularly, maybe we go out to eat out on a date or something like that, or it's a holiday or something where I'm eating things, different things than I normally do. I still record those macros for those days just to make sure that I'm not getting more carbs than I think I'm getting and it's not knocking me out of Ketosis, but you're right, for the most part. After I had been in it for a long time, I pretty much know my macros. I pretty much know what I'm eating and I don't have to put every single little thing into my fitness pal to record my macros, but when I'm eating irregularly I do.
Chad: 01:50 So that's it. A great question. Thanks so much for writing that in a couple of items of business that we want to take care of really quick. We've been getting some great requests for guests on the podcast and we've been working hard to get more guests on the podcast. We had Shawn Mynar on a couple of weeks ago, um, which she does the podcast keto for women. Uh, that was a really great conversation and it added a new flavor and voice to the podcasts and we loved that! And so we want to do more. We have a couple of more guests coming up soon. Uh, we're doing a podcast with the Keto Dudes and that'll be a fun one. They have a really fun podcast talking about all things Keto and life and all that kind of stuff. So that'll be really fun. So my question or my request to you as our listeners is this, if you have a guest or a Keto podcasts that you listened to that you would love for me and Eric to have a conversation with, please let us know.
Chad: 02:45 You can email us at email@example.com. Also, if there's any topics that you feel we haven't covered and would like to hear us talk about, anything to do with Keto, the ketogenic functional movement, any of those sorts of things. We would love to know what you guys want to hear us talk about and finally, if there's any tools that we can help provide you through the podcast that would help you live a better life in Ketosis, we would love to do that. Just please let us know what those things are and we'll see what we can do. Once again, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our BioFit facebook page and our instagram. We're BioFit coaching and our website biofitcoaching.com. Anyway, that's all the business that's all done. I want to thank you for biohacking with us today and I want to thank you for joining us on this quest for optimal fitness. If you're ready to begin your own journey and live your life in Ketosis, be sure to check out biofitcoaching.com or BioFit coaching on facebook. Until next time, stay Keto.