This taco recipe serves as a delicious, satisfying, and simple ketogenic meal that the whole family will love! Using lettuce leaves instead of tortillas keeps the carbs low while not sacrificing function. Diced avocado adds extra healthy fats to keep your body in ketosis so that you can continue to burn fat and lose weight.
A quick, easy, low carb dinner solution that will satisfy your taste buds and help shrink your waistline. This ketogenic chicken teriyaki is made with nutritious thigh meat from organic pasture-raised chicken with the skin preferably kept on to increase both flavor and nutrition. Soy sauce is switched out with coconut aminos and sugar is avoided with the use of stevia for a hint of sweetness.
By now, we all know how healthy the Mediterranean diet is. This diet is renowned as one of the healthiest in the world. Characterized by an abundance of fresh vegetables and tons of healthy fats such as the oleic acid from olive oil and the omega-3 fats from fish, this diet is a powerhouse of nutrition. These foods are anti-inflammatory and loaded with vitamins and minerals without excess calories from sugar and starch.
The best parts of this diet are exemplified in this Mediterranean tuna salad recipe. This low-carb salad is a perfect meal for those on the Slender System modified ketogenic diet.
If you’ve been using Dr. Colbert’s modified ketogenic diet, then you already know how powerful it can be for weight loss. There are however certain foods that are restricted on the ketogenic diet that you may miss eating…like bread.
Pretty much everyone loves bread! Whether you use it for sandwiches, french toast, or just topped with jelly as a quick snack, bread is a staple in many people’s diets.
Unfortunately, bread is loaded with carbohydrates and is prohibited on a ketogenic diet. So what is a bread lover to do? Thankfully, we found a delicious grain-free ketogenic coconut flour bread that is even better than the real thing!
Chicken nuggets. A staple for American comfort food and a ubiquitous fast food offering. Unfortunately, chicken nuggets are often made from low-quality chicken covered in refined flour and fried in oxidized vegetable and seed oils. This certainly does not amount to a recipe for long-term health, or short-term digestive comfort!
But what if there was a way to make a delicious and nourishing version of chicken nuggets that can promote health AND happiness? Well there is! By swapping out the refined flour for almond meal and baking them in the oven instead of frying, these chicken “bites” are a healthy alternative to nuggets! They taste better than any nugget you’ve ever had and leave you feeling full and energized instead of bloated and groggy.