How To Keto: Fat Adaptation, Mastering Sleep, Fasting, & Beating The Keto Flu w. Ben Azadi (ep 64)

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How To Keto: Fat Adaptation, Mastering Sleep, Fasting, & Beating The Keto Flu w. Ben Azadi (ep 64)

Ben Azadi, founder of Keto Kamp, joins me on the podcast to discuss all things keto!  We discuss his unique approach to keto and the best tips for making keto work.

About Ben Azadi

In 2008, Ben Azadi went through a personal health transformation of shredding 80 pounds of pure fat. Ever since, Ben Azadi, FDN-P, has been on a mission to help 1 billion people live a healthier lifestyle.
Ben is the author of four best-selling books, Keto Flex, The Perfect Health Booklet, The Intermittent Fasting Cheat Sheet, and The Power of Sleep. Ben has been the go-to source for intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet.
He is known as ‘The Health Detective’ because he investigates dysfunction, and he educates, not medicates, to bring the body back to normal function.  Ben is the founder of Keto Kamp; a global brand bringing awareness to ancient healing strategies such as the keto diet and fasting.
Ben is the host of a top 15 podcast, The Keto Kamp Podcast; and the fast growing Keto Kamp YouTube channel with over 130,000 subscribers, and TikTok channel with over 145,000 subscribers.

Topics Discussed

  • Who is Ben Azadi
  • Using Keto for better overall health fits into better mental health
  • How Ben got into keto
  • The best way to do keto and goes wrong
  • How long should you do keto?
  • Fat and Keto Adaptation
  • Keto Flu
  • Metabolism and Sleep
  • Keto and Sleep
  • Eating before bed
  • Fasting and Autophagy
  • Ben’s Intermittent Fasting Routine
  • Protein and Keto
  • Best supplements for Keto
Instagram: @thebenazadi
Clubhouse: @thebenazadi
Podcast: The Keto Kamp Podcast
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Erik Abramowitz is a health coach, certified nutritional therapist, and biohacker. He is an advocate for nootropics and believes in using science to improve people's lives. Erik is also a new dad and loves spending time with his son. Before becoming a health coach, Erik was a stand-up comedian. He toured the country and performed at some of the top comedy clubs. But, after getting married and having a child, Erik decided to pursue a more meaningful career path. Now, Erik helps others achieve their health goals through his coaching practice and online programs. He is passionate about helping people feel their best, both physically and mentally.

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