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The Low Down on Keto
What is the Ketogenic Diet? The Ketogenic Diet was initially developed and used to treat children suffering from epileptic seizures, with more research indicating the efficacy in those with glioblastomas (a type of brain cancer). It is essentially a high-fat, moderate-protein, and very low-carbohydrate approach. Eating so few carbohydrates (typically under 50g per day) forces the body to use fat from the diet (rather than carbohydrates) as the body’s main source of fue...
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Are any your recipes low in the GI (Glycemic Index)?
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While not all of our recipes are low on the glycemic index (GI), we do aim to make many of our recipes balanced with adequate protein and fiber. We also try to make most dishes clearly marked as "side" or "main dish," so you can always build a low-GI meal from recipes within the website. Below
you will find some examples of recipes that are lower on the glycemic
1. Stir-Fry Tempeh and Cauliflow...
Almond Flour Breakfast Batter
Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 5 minutes Makes: 8-10 pancakes or standard waffles Ingredients 1 3/4 cup finely ground almond flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 tsp pure vanilla extract 1 TB maple syrup 3/4 cup dairy/non-dairy milk* Directions Combine dry ingredients in food processor or blender Whisk together egg, vanilla, maple syrup, and milk (*you can substitute water for a more dense batter) in small bo...
"I am trying to limit my intake of added sugar...is there an standard accepted amount of daily added sugar that is considered not harmful?"
Q: I am trying to limit my intake of added sugar. So if I am counting sugar grams from the nutritional labels, should I bother counting the sugar grams from fresh fruit? For example, if a half cup of fresh blueberries have 8 grams of sugar, should I include that in my daily log since the sugar is naturally occurring fructose? I know I should avoid all added sugar, but is there an standard accepted amount of daily added sugar that is considered not harmful? Thank you. A: Thank you for reaching ou...
Ingredient Spotlight: Dry Beans
All types of beans—including black, cranberry, Great Northern, dark red kidney, light red kidney, white kidney, navy, pink, pinto, and small red—are good sources of protein, excellent sources of fiber, and
naturally fat-free, sodium-free, and cholesterol-free. Many types are also good sources of potassium. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends eating about 3 cups of legumes, including beans, per week. If you eat about ½ cup of beans every day, ...