Fat Loss Stalled on a Ketogenic or Low Carb Diet?
Discover 7 things that can stand in the way of losing fat…and what to do about them!
Scroll down to learn more about The Stall Slayer and why I wrote it.
Why I Wrote The Stall Slayer
Think you’re doing “all the right things” to lose fat on keto and it’s not working? I understand your frustration and disappointment! I wrote this book for YOU!
Too many carbs?
Stubborn fat not budging even though you’re eating low carb or keto? Maybe your carbs aren’t quite as low as they need to be for your fat loss to get into high gear. Learn how to troubleshoot “carb creep” in Chapter 4.
Too much fat?
Did you know it’s possible to eat too much fat on keto if your goal is to lose body fat? Yes! Chapter 5 will explain why even though this is a high fat diet, pouring unlimited butter and oil on your food isn’t a winning strategy if you’re already having a hard time tapping into stored body fat.
What about thyroid?
I’ve lost count of how many clients I’ve worked with whose fat loss was roadblocked by undiagnosed or improperly treated hypothyroidism. Don’t let a hormone imbalance stand in the way of you getting the physique you want. Learn the ins & outs of proper thyroid testing & treatment in Chapter 6.
…and much more!
Do you need to fast in order to lose weight on keto? What if you don’t exercise that much? Can you drink alcohol on keto? All these questions answered…and more!
Buy the Book!
NOTE: This is an e-book (electronic). If you purchase it here, you will receive an email with a link to download the book as a pdf. If you prefer to read it as a hard copy, The Stall Slayer is available as a paperback from Amazon! (Click here to buy the paperback book. It’s also available there for Kindle.)
Or, you can buy the pdf right here and simply print it out at home or have an office supply store print it for you. (To save paper and color toner, I suggest printing double-sided if your printer has that capability, and printing in black & white/grayscale. There are some nice color images in the book but you will lose nothing critical if you print in grayscale.)
What readers are saying…
“This book was very enlightening! After losing 25 pounds, I stalled in my weight loss for 6 weeks. After reading Amy’s book, I am now losing weight again. Kudos for providing a realistic view that the process of adapting a low carb/high fat lifestyle takes educating ourselves to the research available plus plenty of support from those who are ahead of us in this journey!” –Cheryl H.
“In a word? Excellent! It’s one of the best resources I’ve read on this subject. This book is chock-full with practical, effective information. It’s a goldmine of tips and suggestions backed by experience and sound science. In addition, the author’s prose engages the reader and creates a comfortable environment for learning more about a sometimes frustrating topic. I felt like she was speaking directly to me rather than the often-clinical, structured, and lecture-type prose presented in some other books. It was a pleasure to read. Without a doubt, I know that many low-carbers will find hope, understanding, and answers to common challenges. Every section was bang-on and just made sense. Without question, this book will remain a trusted reference for me and a recommended resource for family and friends who encounter obstacles in their low-carb journey.” -Jacob L.
“I have a new understanding of thyroid hormones and function and how to interpret my thyroid panel results. This alone was worth more than the price of this book.” -Jennifer B.
“The book was easy to read. I have been doing keto for a year and a half and quickly realized I was battling ‘carb creep’ and eating too much fat. Thanks for getting me back on track. I expect to see changes!” -Nancy R.
About the Author
Amy Berger, MS, CNS, is a U.S. Air Force veteran and Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) who specializes in using low-carbohydrate and ketogenic nutrition to help people reclaim their vitality through eating delicious foods, and showing them that getting and staying well don’t require starvation, deprivation, or living at the gym. Her motto is “Keto Without the Crazy.™” Her website and blog are at Tuit Nutrition, where she writes about a wide range of health and nutrition-related topics, such as insulin, metabolism, weight loss, diabetes, PCOS, thyroid function, Alzheimer’s disease, and more. She has presented internationally on these issues and is the author of The Alzheimer’s Antidote: Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, and Cognitive Decline. She has a master’s degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and contributed to the ketogenic certification curriculum from the American Nutrition Association.
Where to Find Amy:
- Blog: Tuit Nutrition
- Twitter: @TuitNutrition
- YouTube: Channel name: Tuit Nutrition
- Instagram: @TuitNutrition
- In person events: Meet me in person