Everyone is in quarantine to keep them and their loved ones safe from the virus that is COVID-19. But what if you’re running out of keto recipes to prepare? Let me save you from the hassle and risks of going out for some groceries.
You can definitely try the following quick and easy-to-make keto dishes using ingredients that you most likely already have in your pantry or kitchen.
Cooking to remain in ketosis and to keep the blood sugar steady does not have to be complicated or frightening during this pandemic. And with the recipes in this article, you're going to feel optimistic and ready to tackle your new healthy life by the end of the day.
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Because a Keto dinner doesn’t have to be complicated, all you need for this recipe is Chicken, Cabbage, Mayo, and Onion!
In my newest video, I decided to show you guys what a day in my life looks like and what I normally eat in a day.
Watch the video here:
Here’s a quick video summary that explains my daily diet routine!
I always start my day with a fresh cup of bulletproof coffee. Since I am doing an intermittent fasting alongside Keto, I do not usually take any meals beside my coffee.
I only take plain, black coffee and wait until lunch ‘til I eat a full meal. For lunch, I usually eat soup with some yummy crackers and cream cheese.
For lunch, I took out some crackers that I’ve previously prepared. These crackers have been seasoned with lime seeds and almond milk. It’s yummy and so easy to make! If you want a recipe video, comment down below so I can share it with you.
Since I was just done with my fast for the day and I only had coffee, I always crave for something huge, filling, and breakfast-like...
Just recently, I have discovered how to make Keto Cheese Taco Shells as an alternative to your Tortilla Taco Shells. It's been all over Instagram, so I thought of trying it out myself. And as it turns out, I loved it! So I thought of sharing with you how I do it.
How to make Keto Cheese Taco Shells?
The steps are easy to follow, which you may start doing now. Or for as long as you have cheese in your kitchen right now! ;)
Spread the grated cheese to form a round shape on a baking sheet. You have the option to use any cheese you prefer or whichever is available in your kitchen.
Bake the cheese in the oven until it's melted. Then, let it cool for a bit.
In this step, I used two even or similar cups and placed a wooden spatula on the top of the cups. Then, place the baked cheese over the wooden spatula. Let it dry and allow the baked cheese to harden and form into a taco shell.
First things first, in the Keto Diet, your hair should likely grow and look well. Your nails and skin included. So if that's not the case, and you're losing hair, then there's something wrong.
But before you get so worried about it, know that this could only mean you're lacking or doing something inappropriate in your diet.
So, what are the causes and solutions of hair loss on the Keto Diet?
Cause #1: Hormones shift or imbalance.
A change of diet such as going completely low carb can cause a hormone imbalance that leads to hair loss.
Solution: Try doing carb ups every seven days.
You may frequently add one carb ups to your routine such as half sweet potato. The best time to do carb ups is at night.
As for switching back to Ketosis, it's best to shift back to it on the next day. This way, it will be easier for you to become fat-adapted and get back to the Keto Diet in no time. If you want to know the signs that you're...
4 Signs That You're Fat-Adapted
The first thing you need to know is that even when you're already in the Keto diet, that doesn't mean that you are now Fat-adapted.
What is Fat-Adapted?
When you start into the Keto Diet, you'll go through this transition phase, wherein you change from being a sugar burner to fat burner. Once your body has fully transitioned from burning sugar to burning fat, then you can tell that you are already Fat-Adapted.
How long does it take before you become Fat-Adapted?
The transition phase depends on each person's body. For some, it can be quite fast, while for others, it can take much longer.
Usually, it takes about 6 to 12 weeks of regularly sticking in the Keto Diet.
What are the signs that you're Fat-Adapted?
You are Fat-Adapted when...
You don't see it as something like you are asked, or you need to do. Instead, it is something you...
I really love muffins and cupcakes. If I am invited to a picnic or afternoon with the kids I bake some muffins.
This vanilla muffin is one of my favorites and perfect for the festive times ahead of us. They are fast and easy, super delicious and an eyecatcher.
Here is the recipe:
130 g soft butter
50 g Xylitol
120 g almond meal
2 Tablespoons sliced almonds
2 Tablespoons heavy cream
Heat the oven to 180 degrees
Mix the butter, sugar, and vanilla until soft, then add the eggs and whip it until it is light and creamy.
Add the almond meal, almonds and the heavy cream. Fill into the forms and bake for 15 minutes. Let it cool down before you do the frosting.
For the frosting:
100g soft butter and 200 g cream cheese, 30 g powdered xylitol
Mix everything together and add vanilla flavor to it.
Hope you like my recipe. Let me know if you try it out, it will inspire me to share more recipes. :)