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October 26, 2020 at3:00 PM
If you love a sweet treat from time to time but think that’s not possible on a keto diet, think again! This Pumpkin Fudge is every bit as indulgent as regular fudge, but with zero added sugar. We don’t even need artificial sweetener, since pumpkin and coconut butter are sweet. That’s great too, because breaking away from overly sweet foods helps us to reset our taste buds. That way we don’t crave sweets as much, and then we can appreciate the naturally sweet flavors of foods like pumpkin.
New England clam chowder belongs in a soup category of its own. So creamy and comforting, there is nothing like good clam chowder.
However, after taking a closer look, you’ll often find high-carb veggies and all-purpose flour lurking in every spoonful. These two ingredients turn what could be a keto-friendly staple into a carb-laden soup.
It’s time to flip the script on clam chowder by making it both healthy and satisfying with one simple keto recipe.
Skip the heavy, creamy dressing and make this easy, Caesar vinaigrette instead. This homemade caesar salad dressing recipe only takes a few minutes and contains no raw egg. Plus, it’s healthy, dairy free and paleo friendly so you can enjoy it whenever you want
If you’ve always been a lover of curry, then you’ll have to try this new flavor twist. You won’t be disappointed, It truly is fantastic! If we had to describe paneer, we’d say it’s very creamy and rich, and really added a good texture to the curry.
Just because you're on a keto diet doesn't mean you should forsake all comfort food. This super indulgent mac 'n' cheese manages to stay low-carb thanks to one magical ingredient: cauliflower. Add bacon to the mix and you get the perfect dinner.
I receive a lot of weekly inquiries into our Protein Pantry system via email, phone, social media, our website and local walk-ins to our physical location. Basically there are a lot of people that know they need to change their habits for their health.
Low Sodium Diet Associated with Higher Blood Pressure?
Most people think of sodium as being bad because we are inundated with recommendations by medical authorities, such as the American Heart Association, to keep our sodium intake at no more than 2,300 milligrams a day. This is equal to a teaspoon of table salt.