A fantastic Ketogenic diet cooking channel with delicious recipes.
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This is a wonderful documentary about the propaganda, marketing and industry behind breakfast cereals & how they have become something that is thought to be a healthy breakfast.
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This easy and quick to prepare sauce is fantastic. You can have it with steaks(or any other prepared meat) and chicken.
50 g butter
100 g cream cheese
100 g cheddar cheese diced into small cubes
1 cup cooking cream
Salt and other seasoning to taste
Mix all in a pan on medium heat until consistent.
Dr. Adam Nally is the owner of https://docmuscles.com/ , the website offers very good posts about the Ketogenic diet but heavily advertises Ketogenic supplements, so be aware (just ignore the supplements/advertisement sections – which I personally think are worthless – and enjoy the science)
Tried and true low carb recipes served up with a touch of humor and dash of inspiration.
Frozen shoulder, more formally called “adhesive capsulitis,” is one of five musculoskeletal complications that can affect people with diabetes.
Source: Diabetes & The “Frozen Shoulder”
In this article, John Fitt will share top 10 reasons (that dietitians choose to ignore) why saturated fat is not the enemy and reasons not to fear it.
A very interesting blog/website/experience by Sam Feltham http://live.smashthefat.com/
Oopsies is another good low-carb bread option. It’s a “bread” without carbs and can be eaten in a variety of ways.
You can modify the number of servings based on your choice (default is two servings) and to display the ingredients weights in grams by choosing “Metric” instead of “US”
Click “Show More” for the list of ingredients and preparation instructions.
Nutrition labels are an important source of information about some of the food we eat.
There is a lot of information on nutrition labels to help us understand the food we eat — and there are also parts of the label which can be confusing. So let’s start to understand how to read nutrition labels, with special attention to help those of us eating lower-carbohydrate diets.