A keto addict has taken the internet by storm after posting a video about her journey from a carb-crazed, fat-drinking couch potato to a complete health freak.
Katie Lederle, a British model and aspiring TV personality, told the BBC that she has been a “hippie for 10 long years” and her weight has dropped from a healthy 5st to a slim 5st and a healthy 3rd after just a year of keto eating.
Katie has also been able to eat a healthy amount of fruit and vegetables, and recently decided to try and lose weight for good.
Katie’s video went viral, and she has now racked up millions of views on YouTube, with more than 2.7 million views in the first three months of 2017 alone.
In the video, Katie explained that her body is still in a phase of being keto-adapted, with her body shedding excess fat and getting “fitter and fitter”.
Katie also admitted to having been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, which she says is one of the reasons she started keto.
But now I’m at a point where I can say that I’ve finally started to lose weight and I can live without sugar and carbs.””
It was so hard to control the diabetes, it’s such a huge issue, it affects the way we live our lives.”
But now I’m at a point where I can say that I’ve finally started to lose weight and I can live without sugar and carbs.
“I used to be so miserable and I’m just happy to have this beautiful life that I have.”
Katie is now working on her first TV show, where she’s aiming to talk about eating “low carb” and exercise in her show.
“I’m going to do this show where I’m going off the grid,” Katie told TV1’s The Breakfast Show.
“This is going to be my first one that is going off-grid.”
Katie says she has always been fat, and even when she was a child, she would often be asked to show off her “thick thighs” to impress her friends.
Katie said she would even make her friends do a strip tease.
Katie says that while she’s a “fat girl”, her goal is to “get to the point where you can eat anything and everyone, without fear of being fat, without having to feel guilty”.
Katie has been living a very healthy lifestyle for the past 10 years and says that she’s “lucky” to be able to “eat and sleep and exercise and be a normal person”.
“If you want to do that you have to go through a period of ketosis, you have have to lose a certain amount of fat,” Katie said.
“But at the end of the day you can just live a normal life and not worry about your body, or your health.”
Katie also revealed that she was once diagnosed with “Type 2 diabetes” which means that she had diabetes-related complications.
Katie explains that her doctor prescribed her a blood sugar test, but that she “didn’t take it”.
Katie told The Independent: I just told them I was diabetic and they said, ‘Oh you’re not diabetic’.
“They said, you’ve got Type 2 and you have a diabetes complication, and then I’m like, ‘Well, I’m not diabetic’.” Katie said that after going through the diabetic complications, the doctor suggested that she try a “sugar-free diet”.
Katie’s diet is “sugary” but her body feels “firm” after a day on it.
Katie also told The Telegraph that her family has also helped her make the transition from “a fat kid” to a “fitness girl” by offering to pay for her food and her groceries.
Katie started “eating low carb” about 10 years ago and it was a big part of her transformation, with “eating all the time” also helping her shed excess fat.
“The weight was gone from my waist, but I still had my belly.” “
Katie was also inspired to start a keto diet by her “favourite food” and “dieting friend”. “
The weight was gone from my waist, but I still had my belly.”
Katie was also inspired to start a keto diet by her “favourite food” and “dieting friend”.
But now I feel healthier and I don, too.” “
For the first couple of years I didn’t have bacon and I thought, ‘How can I possibly live without bacon?’
But now I feel healthier and I don, too.”
Katie’s “favouring” food also includes “all-natural” products such as “candy bars”, “coconut milk” and