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Terms, Disclaimers and Cookies

Terms, Disclaimer and Cookie Policy for KetogenicWoman.com

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This policy is valid from April 14, 2019

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5 Responses to Terms, Disclaimers and Cookies

  1. Sylvia says:

    Just started the keto diet, can’t wait for the fat loss! 🙂
    I’m stoked about your blog, but I can’t seem to be able to follow it anywhere. I like getting updates from blogs I follow any time there’s a new post, because otherwise I’d have to manually go and check all 100 of them in case they posted something I don’t want to miss 🙂 Have you considered adding your blog to Bloglovin, making a Facebook page or connecting your page to a RSS reader? Or having the blog automatically send e-mails to subscribers any time you post something new?

  2. A Flores says:

    I am trying the egg fast. Today is my first day. Is it normal to feel bloated, if so what do I do?

    • KetoWoman says:

      It’s so hard to answer this without knowing exactly what you ate today. For example, coconut oil causes tummy distress for many people who are not used to it. Also if you were not already fat adapted then eating a plan that is 85% fat can be hard on your tummy too.

  3. Virginia says:

    Going give this s try ??

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