We’re practically genetically predisposed to love the Mediterranean.Read More
Honestly, nothing makes me happier on a sweltering summer day than opening the fridge and pulling a bowl of this salad out, scooping some out onto a pile of mixed baby lettuces, and maybe a couple of slices of ripe, local tomatoes, a little chopped avocado, and digging in. It’s the perfect meal, and I’ll eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Don’t judge.Read More
Has this been an easy transition? In some ways yes. As I was already eating a Primal diet, I didn’t have too much dietary clean-up to accomplish. For me, this was more about re-apportioning my macronutrients by massively reducing my carbohydrate intake, slightly reducing my protein intake, and greatly increasing my fat intakeRead More
As I move on into week four of this experiment, I hope to start seeing more positives and less negatives. So many people have had amazing health breakthroughs on this diet, and I would like to personally experience some of that. Here’s hoping.Read More
Has it really already been 14 days? That can’t be right, but today is June 14th, so it must be. Guess I’m flying my Keto Flag this flag day. Is there a Keto Flag? If not there should be. That way those of us on a Ketogenic Diet could fly one outside our homes as a warning that there are no crackers or chips available there. Although the flip-side is it would tip off Avocado thieves to our plentiful supply of those green gems.Read More
This dish fits in perfectly with what and how I’m trying to eat. Its got tasty skin-on, bone-in chicken thighs, full-fat cream, grass-fed butter, chicken stock (aka bone broth), and lemon juice. Oh, also sea salt—hello minerals—and tastebud pleasing Smoked Paprika! Could it get any better?Read More
By limiting carbohydrates, the Keto diet puts the body into a state of ketogenesis.
Ketogenesis is the process by which the body switches from using dietary carbohydrate (glucose) as fuel and instead uses fats to fuel the body’s functions.