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Dr. Jaime Seeman will take a deep dive into training and nutrition for the female CrossFit athlete.
I respect everyone's passion around this topic and I follow the top clinicians in the industry that support this lifestyle. I have to say that for me personally, when I consume carbs, they drag me down seriously. I've been keto with intermittent fasting for 4 years and CrossFit/Bodybuilding for 3. I'm in the best shape of my life at 64. I'm 5'3" and 140lbs, which I adjust up and down based on my caloric deficit.
I did low carb for two years and it wrecked my metabolism. As a certified nutrition coach, please stop promoting keto for athletes, especially female athletes. While keto can be beneficial short term for certain conditions, it should not be followed long term.
Keto???? In Crossfit? Or even in life? No. I dare anyone who does CF to do keto. SMH. Sincerely, a Registered Dietitian.
Will there be any discussion of Iron loss in female non-menstruating, way post-menopausal (74) fit athlete with no underlying illness? And for younger women too.