So I'm struggling... I've had so much carbs in the last month that I am finding it difficult to give them up again. So what's the plan? Give up Coke Zero and Pepsi Max - I've allowed myself to have soda again because there is no sugar in these...but surely the chemicals in them messes … Continue reading Struggling to get back on Keto
I fell off the wagon. Went back to eating carbs and sugar due to stress from work and wedding planning. Gained back the five kilos that I lost over a month within just five days. I also sustained a knee injury back in late January that has prevented me from working out. "Lethargic, sluggish and … Continue reading Falling off the wagon
There are a lot of Keto products available to the American and Canadian market, but being based in Sydney, I don't always have the same options. Apart from the usual meats, eggs, deli and veggies, I thought it would be a good idea to help out my fellow Aussie Ketoers find keto-friendly food that would … Continue reading Keto extras from Aussie Supermarkets
Rich and decadent, perfect dessert after a hearty meal. I use a small baking pan to make 3 cheesecakes that can be portioned further into 4 slices, depends on how indulgent you want to be. Ingredients: 375g cream cheese, room tempterature 150ml thickened cream 80g powdered Erythritol 40g pumpkin seeds 15g cacao butter, melted Cheesecake … Continue reading Ketofied No-bake Cheesecake
My mixed berries compote is what you see topping the protein pancake (see previous blog post for recipe) and keto cheesecake (recipe coming next) above. This is a bit high in carbs per serving but still better than regular jams or compotes. Eat in moderation. Ingredients: 100g strawberries cut in quarters 100g raspberries 100g blueberries … Continue reading Mixed Berries Compote
One serving is 2 pieces of 8-inch pancakes, tastes like "normal" pancake without the guilt. Ingredients: 1 scoop MyProtein Pancake mix 1 large egg 30ml thickened cream 40g shredded cheddar cheese (optional) Mix all ingredients together, cook as you would a normal pancake. Mixed berries toppings is optional.
First of all, I don't view it as a "diet", but a way of eating, it's a change in lifestyle. I have tried many different "diets" and never stuck to them because I felt deprived. I am by no means overweight, but I am skinny-fat, which is apparently more dangerous. While I am skinny in … Continue reading So, why the Ketogenic diet?