Todd White, Shalini, Ketosis discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show


Welcome to this edition of the Shalini shell where today we're talking about wine. Now, we're talking about wine because you've been whining about it. Not really. But I did get a ton of questions after the episode. I did an alcohol, which by the way, if you missed that episode where I talked about the types of drinks that you could indulge in. What was the best or lowest sugar type alcohol, if you're going to have a cocktail what's the truth about health and drinking red wine and so much more? How does it affect your training? How does it affect your hormones everything you would need to know about alcohol and your body is an episode? I will link to that in our show notes. But the number one follow up question. I got was with regard to sugar free wine because I mentioned it in that episode. I mentioned that I had discovered from listening to another. Other podcast or in the health category. Dave Asprey, I listened to his bulletproof episode about a company called dry farm wines that imports wines from Europe that are sugar free. So I discovered these wines, and by the way, I'm not a wine drinker, but I discovered these wines and they've been a game changer and a mention them briefly in that episode, and I got little like just bombarded with questions, and I'm definitely not the expert here. So I thought what a great opportunity to bring the expert on. So today. My guest is Todd white Todd white is a health evangelist, and he's also the founder of dry farm wines. Todd is a serial entrepreneur like many of us, and he discovered or developed founded if you will this business of importing wines in an effort to solve his own problem. He's switched to the Keita. Genyk diet was trying to figure out how he could drink wine and still stay within ketosis. And discovered that the winds here in America. The least of the problem was the sugar and omega. You know, what I'm not going to spill the beans. Or should I say, I'm not going to spill the red wine. But if you're one of those people who listens to my podcast on your commute, and you usually make it through twenty or thirty minutes. I just wanna make sure you don't miss this really cool bonus that Todd mentions at kind of the end of the whole interview where he promises you're gonna love.

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