Ketogenic Way of Eating (WOE) for Lipedema

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Many have had success with Ketogenic Way of Eating!

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  • Leslyn Keith, OTD explains the science behind ketogenic eating
  • Katrina Slagle Harris shares her weight loss history
  • Kim Duren talks about losing 100+ lbs. eating ketogenic

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Lipedema is a fat disorder that affects women and is often mistaken for simple obesity. Believed to be hormonal in nature, lipedema usually develops at puberty, but can develop or worsen later in life due to hormonal changes associated with pregnancy, menopause, or gynecological surgery. Estimates of the incidence of lipedema range as high as 11% of the post-pubertal female population, which is approximately 17 million women in the United States alone.

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