She addressed a lot of stuff I don’t hear men addressing.
Personally, I have to fast verrrrrry carefully. My system is incredibly sensitive and any two stressors combined tend to feed on one another to become an exponential level of suck. For instance, going to bed fasted while in ketosis after a challenging day means I’m not. Going. To. Sleep. I’m going to lay there and stare at my eyelids for hours and hours while my body screams for sleep because fasting messes with my serotonin levels, big time.
No, I’m not going to pop drugs or herbs. Yes, I’ve controlled for food allergies, I have none. No, I’m not going to have my blood drawn yet again only to endure another “I can’t help you if you insist upon pursuing this dangerous keto nonsense” speech. Yes, I’ve tried meditation, but this isn’t a thinking thing, it’s a systemic chemical thing. Also, I teach meditation and directed thought focus, so… No, exercise isn’t the solution, it’s actually one of the aforementioned aspects that make for a challenging day, to my sensitive body, anyway. Yes, I’ve been keto and carnivore long enough to know what’s what. Four years oughta do it.
I’ll figure it out, eventually.