Thank you for tuning into this solo episode where Jessica discusses stress and it's effects on your body and how it can keep you from reaching your weight loss and more importantly your health and wellness goals!  

Links to some products mentioned by Jessica on the show:

Defender Shield iPhone case

Dr. Mercola Earbuds 

LifeArt Blue light blocking glasses 

To reach Jessica via email:

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Thank you so much for listening!  



Jessica shares many of the things she learned from the Nutritional Therapy Association annual conference last week that she thought would help you in your health and wellness journey - especially when it pertains to your Keto lifestyle.  

She shares tips from some of her favorite speakers including: 

Dr. Leslie Korn:

Valerian or Passionflower to help get to sleep faster and ease anxiety

Capomo/Ramon tea for help in relaxation and detox: Teeccino "Cafe de Capomo"


Dr. Jack Wolfson:

"The Paleo Cardiologists" book - download on audible or read it the "old fashioned" way :)  

Also has a podcast called the "Healthy Heart Show"! 

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD:

Newest book: "Radical Metabolism" has a ton of really thought provoking info! Download on audible or pick up paperback version here.

Great fats for Essential Fatty Acids, both 3 & 6: 

Hemp Seed Oil (get cold pressed) - I like Nutiva brand

Siberian Pine Nut Oil (cold pressed)

Others; Sesame Seed Oil, Evening Primrose Oil

Don't cook with aluminum or allow it contact with your food - specifically hot foods. This leaches aluminum into your foods!  Use parchment paper like this one to place in between your food and aluminum.

And if you would like more info on using the Fit3D scanner that Jessica now has in her office in Loveland, follow this link:

You can set up your appointment online or reach out to Jessica for more info.  

To set up a free 15 minute phone call with Jessica to learn more about working with her one on one please follow this link:

Thank you for listening - see you all for a new episode again on April 2nd!  

Happy Spring :)


Solo episode where Jessica discusses: 

Making Bone Broth and why you should want to have bone broth every day. What is in bone broth that is such a big deal?

Electrolytes: What are they? Why is everyone talking about them? Why are they important when going Keto?  Where can you get them? 

Are you having a hard time figuring out what to eat now that you have moved away from sugar, grains and other carbs?  Listen up for some of Jessy's favorite "keto swaps" and even a sneak peak at some of the items on the grocery list that she provides her nutritional coaching clients. 

Jessica is going to the Nutritional Therapy Association annual conference at the end of this week in Portland, Oregon. If you are in the Portland area she would love to meet you or even see you at the conference - please reach out if you would like to say hi :) .  You may be able to find her at Jimmy and Christine Moore's booth for their new "Real Food Keto" book throughout the weekend as she will be helping them to promote that awesome information!  

If you have had interest in becoming an NTP like Jessica and want more info on the NTA organization please follow this link:

Thank you for listening!



Anna Limbird owns and operates Carolina Keto Bakery in Raleigh, NC where she resides with her husband, David, and her son, Eli.  After spending years battling restrictive eating and health issues she found the Ketogenic Lifestyle and has never looked back. It has given her the freedom to cook and eat real food and live life to the fullest. 

Join me on this episode (albeit long it is worth it!) as we talk about her history, how she is overcoming negative mindsets around eating and exercising and how Keto is helping her to do just that while also giving her the courage to start a whole new business at almost 40 years old!  

Learn more about Anna and her business, Carolina Keto Bakery here:


Instagram: @CarolinaKetoBakery

Email: Anna@CarolinaKetoBakery

As always, thank you for listening and please take a moment to leave a review for the podcast. It means so much to me to know that you are enjoying the content. Take a moment to shoot me an email with any questions you would like covered on an upcoming episode or a guest you would like me to interview. I always love getting your messages! 



In this episode Jessica goes over some of the reasons why detox can be so important when you are living a ketogenic lifestyle.  Jessica talks about ways to help support your body's detox pathways and ways to help keep from putting added burden on your body.


Keto at the Cabin ( first ever weekend retreat is happening this weekend and is SOLD OUT!!!  Thank you to everyone who inquired about it and for those of you that registered to come. We don't know if we will have another event like this is the future, but if you are interested in attending if we do then please don't hesitate to reach out and let me know so we can put your name on the list for the "first to know" if we plan another one :)  

Thanks for listing!


In today's episode Jessica discusses detoxification: how are bodies do it, what we can do to assist our body and what NOT to do!  

Also, she has a bonus interview with the Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Molly Hunter of Hunter Health and Wellness that will be on hand during the upcoming Keto at the Cabin VIP retreat. She will be available to answer questions, do on site Functional Evaluations, One on One consults and much more!  Listen to today's episode to hear her talk about these things and all the other incredible projects she is a part of today.

Molly Hunter, NTP:

I'm so glad you're here. I'm Molly Hunter, a certified NTP® (Nutritional Therapy Practitioner) dedicated to helping others feel their very best, overcome sugar addiction, and live happier, healthier lives through the power of real nutrient dense food.

I am also a mom to two teenagers and wife to a full time artist. I spend most of my time trying to create a healthy and happy environment for my family. Years ago I realized that the more I learned through my own research about nutrition the more confused I became. There is so much misleading, and conflicting information about nutrition.  I wanted to know how to provide the best foundation for the health of my family. 

That is when I found the Nutritional Therapy Association.  I was thrilled to learn that the NTA is guided by these four core principles: 

  • A commitment to the unique bio-individuality of every client (never a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach)

  •  A food-first approach to balancing the nutritional foundations (nutrition, digestion, blood sugar regulation, fatty acid balance, mineral balance and hydration) 

  • A respect for ancestral wisdom and experiential knowledge

  • An honest, balanced approach to contemporary research and scholarship

As a NTP, I am trained to help you discover and define your personal health goals so I can help you work towards your individualized path to optimum wellness.

Through a combination of nutrition and lifestyle changes, combined with targeted supplementation to create a bio-individual plan to optimize your wellbeing.

Thank you for listening! For more info on the upcoming Keto retreat please visit:

Neisha Salas-Berry has been a nurse for over 10 years and has been in healthcare since she was 18 years old. She has always had a strong desire to be in a field where she could help as many people as possible so nursing was her career choice from an early age. She has specialized in geriatrics, as well as, labor and delivery and now works full time with her husband, Dr. Ken Berry, to bring information to the masses on how to optimize health through nutrition. She has suffered personally with Hashimoto's disease, as well as, infertility. She shares her journey and keto recipes on her blog;, as well as, on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

Instagram: neishalovesit

Thanks for listening! 

Keto at the Cabin retreat - Jan 25ht-27th, 2019


Tom Naughton began his professional life as a writer and editor for Family Safety & Health magazine. In the many years since, he's worked as a freelance writer, a touring standup comedian and a software programmer. Fat Head, his humorous documentary about the lousy health advice handed down from official sources, has been seen on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, as well as on television networks in several countries. His speeches and other health-related videos have been viewed by millions of people online. Tom now lives on a small hobby farm with one wife, two daughters, two dogs, one cat, and dozens of chickens.

And don't forget this is your LAST CHANCE to sign up for early bird registration for the Keto at the Cabin weekend where you will get $150 off your registration!  

Ends Dec. 20th (payment and registration MUST be received by midnight on the 20th to qualify for the discounted rate!).

Thank you for listening!


Robert Sikes is my guest today and he is the real deal.  He has the keto diet and lifestyle seriously dialed in and is as genuine and real in person as he sounds in the podcast.  I am proud to call him a friend and know that any advice he gives is something you really want to pay attention to. 

Robert is a competitive body builder who WINS and does it all while being 100% keto!  He also host the amazing podcast "Keto Savage".  

Find out more about Robert and everything he has in the works on his website:

And learn more about he and fiancé, Crystal Love, newest endeavor, Keto Bricks, at

Thanks for listening!

Instagram: @thatketoblonde



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