Monthly Archives: October 2018

Chorizo Baked Eggs

Eggs are one of the easiest keto breakfast foods. They’re quick to prepare, have well-portioned macronutrients, and you can easily add fat to them to help keep you full. I tend to eat fried eggs nearly every day, but sometimes I want something a bit more flavorful on my plate. Chorizo is a well-seasoned pork sausage that is much looser ...

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What’s a Keto Blood Test And Do You Need One To Succeed?

If you’ve just started a ketogenic diet, then you’ll know that it can be really tough to figure out if you’re doing keto right. Am I eating too many carbs? Too much protein? Should I still be feeling tired? When is the fat burning supposed to start? It’s confusing, and one of the most confusing aspects is what your optimal ...

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Are You Experiencing These Signs of Ketosis?

As you already know, the keto diet is great for weight loss, getting rid of brain fog, decreasing your risk for heart disease, and setting yourself up for long-term health. But how do you know if your keto diet is actually working? It’s pretty simple: there are specific ketosis symptoms and signs of ketosis you’ll experience so you don’t have ...

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Low Carb vs. Keto Diet: What’s the Difference?

Low carb diets have been rising in popularity with no signs of dropping off. This is not surprising when you consider the success of thousands and thousands of low carb dieters who have rapidly lost weight and kept it off while improving their overall health at the same time. Even the current literature supports the effectiveness of low carb diets ...

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How To Put an End to Your Keto Flu Symptoms

You’re tired and dizzy, you crave sugar, bread, pasta, and your mind wanders like crazy. You just started a Keto diet, and you’re suspicious that cutting out the carbs is the culprit for making you feeling this crappy. We’ll address all of these and more in this article. In particular, skip down to the section how to cure Keto flu ...

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Instant Pot King Ranch Chicken Soup

This spicy chicken soup is wonderfully hearty and so easy to create. Chicken, butter, and spices are simmered in the Instant Pot then thickened up with cream, xanthan gum, and cheese. If you don’t have an Instant Pot you can also cook in a slow cooker for 4-6 hours. This soup smells amazing! I always get compliments from other people ...

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Roasted Cheesy Keto Cauliflower Recipe [Dairy-Free]

Running out of keto side dishes? This roasted cheesy keto cauliflower recipe will not disappoint. Not Your Average Cauliflower Some of you might be rolling your eyes and saying you’ve had enough of cauliflower. Trust me, try this recipe and you won’t want to stop eating cauliflower. It’s easy to get cauliflower fatigue on keto because so many recipes call ...

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Eggs Benedict Casserole

Baked eggplant mixed into ham and egg, then smothered in freshly made hollandaise sauce. This twist on the classic breakfast uses spongey eggplant as a stand-in for English muffins, but if that’s not your thing then feel free to substitute zucchini. It seems like an overly decadent breakfast but it’s packed full of vegetable, and uses a lot of ingredients ...

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