Whether you are recovering from a binge, getting back on track after the holidays, or simply looking for a weight loss edge, reducing your food intake to two meals a day is an effective strategy. Surprisingly, you may also enjoy it. This blog post shows you how breaking away from the three-meal-a-day mindset can help you reach your weight loss goal.Read More “Why 3 Meals a Day May Be 1 Meal TOO Many”
High-carb foods are hard to avoid. They are in every aisle of the grocery store and featured on restaurant menus. When the holidays hit, avoiding them gets even more challenging. If you follow a low carb or keto diet, you don’t have to boycott the holidays. You just need some practical ways to navigate through them. This blog post shares ways to enjoy a few splurges without ruining your diet.Read More “Enjoy The Holidays AND Stay Keto (Low Carb)”
We are all familiar with the USDA Food Pyramid. It was an easy-to-understand visual display that promised that if you ate mainly from the food choices at the bottom of the pyramid, you’d achieve a healthy, balanced diet. Unfortunately, since that advice came out, obesity and diabetes rates have skyrocketed, indicating that it wasn’t the cure-all we’d hoped it would be.
I liked the clarity of the pyramid graphic, so I thought, “Why not use it to simplify low carb and keto snacking?” Let’s take a look at where your favorite snacks line up on the low carb and keto snack pyramid.Read More “Low Carb and Keto Snack Pyramid (Eat From the Bottom Up)”