Chewy Keto Coconut Flour Cookies

Deliciously chewy cookies you can make in less than a half hour that are sure to provide you with all the healthy fats you need when following a keto diet? These cookies almost sound too good to be true.

This dessert is a great healthy substitute for your traditional sugar cookie (or any cookie for that matter), because it’s made without one key component — sugar (don’t worry, they’ll still satisfy your sweet tooth!). These Keto Coconut Flour Cookies are not only low in calories and carbs, but they make the perfect dessert to whip up before heading out the door to any special event. read more

Are Your Hormones Keeping You From Losing Weight and Living Your Best Life?

Hormone Testing for Weight Loss and Other Health Issues

Hormone Testing for Weight Loss and Other Health Issues

So, most of you know I’ve been on a mission to fix my “mysterious” health issues for years now. This year, I’ve really switched into high gear by adopting a paleo diet, and working with integrative doctors and health practitioners that are interesting in healing, rather than pushing pharmaceuticals (been there, done that, got the t-shirt…).

Does Western medicine have all the answers?

Western medicine is all about fixing you when you’re completely broken, while integrative or functional medicine is about healing you before you get to the broken place. I don’t want to sound like I’m anti-Western medicine. My sister is a doctor, and she helps SO many people. I take medications that have saved my life. Look – if I have a broken bone or an aneurysm in my brain, I am not going to an acupuncturist or herbalist – I’m going straight to Cedars Sinai to get help! read more

A natural yellow chemical compound you can find in any grocery store could help fight cancer, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s

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Turmeric, and the chemical compound derived from it, called curcumin, have some amazing health benefits.
In addition to being a proven anti-inflammatory that helps boost circulation, turmeric may also be an anti-cancer, antioxidant therapy that can fight off brain plaques, possibly helping prevent diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and more.
Unlike a lot of other vitamins and supplements, it’s cheap.

Doctors are increasingly embracing the idea that the food we eat may be as good as any disease-fighting, immunity-boosting drug. read more

Keto Tomato Sauce Recipe

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Tomato sauce plays such an essential role in the kitchen. Not only is it one of the five mother sauces of French cuisine, due to the many derivatives that stem from it. But, what would Italian cuisine be without tomato sauce?

Unfortunately, tomato sauce can have a surprising amount of sugar in it, which does not make it work for a keto diet. It makes it nearly impossible to find a recipe or premade tomato sauce. That is a massive shame because of all the wonderful dishes that come from the valuable sauce. read more

Keto Hollandaise Sauce Recipe

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There’s something about a big breakfast that someone has put time and effort into that just makes it extra delicious. The keto diet may have changed what breakfast looks like for you, but there are many dishes that are sure to please the whole family.

This Keto Hollandaise sauce recipe is all about care and attention, and the rich flavor makes it worth it. This dairy-free option is full of fat which makes it ideal for keto. The best part is, you don’t have to sacrifice any of the great flavor. read more

3-Ingredient Keto Coconut Fat Bomb Sandwiches Recipe

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Being on a keto diet doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice having some sweet treats to satisfy those cravings. Quite the opposite! There are lots of delicious ingredients and recipes that can keep your sweet tooth happy.

This easy 3-ingredient keto coconut fat bomb sandwiches recipe is sweet, great to snack on, and even looks good. They are packed full of fat, low carb, and low sugar, which means they are the perfect sweet for a boost of energy at any point during the day. read more

Cheating on Keto: Here’s What Happens & How to Get Back In

How many times have you had to admit you cheated on keto?

Since a ketogenic diet eliminates carbs — aka the foundation of the Standard American Diet — it can be challenging for most carb-raised people to follow all the time.

So whether you had a chocolate chip cookie or cheated with a few drinks for a special event, no one’s perfect.

But what does cheating actually do to your previously fat-fueled body?

Today we’ll break down everything you need to know about cheat meals and cheat days on keto, including: read more

Is Ghee Keto? (+ 2 Methods to Make Your Own Ghee at Home)

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An Eastern staple for generations, ghee is rapidly gaining currency among Keto lovers.

What could be better than a substance said to taste more buttery than butter?

Is Ghee Keto (+ 2 Methods to Make Your Own Ghee at Home) #keto #article

What Is Ghee?

You can think of ghee, a very stable cooking fat, as butter in clarified form.

Heating butter leads to the separation of the liquid butterfat and the milk solids which float on up to the top. This process leaves you with clarified butter. read more

How to Start a Keto Diet: 3 Simple Steps to Keto Success

The ketogenic diet has been rising in popularity, and for good reason — it is simple and yields significant results. Whether you want to lose fat, increase energy, enhance brain health, improve your blood sugar levels, or improve your overall health, keto may be the diet you are looking for.

However, before we learn how to start a keto diet, we must develop a deeper understanding of what it is and why it is so effective. Knowing the what and why behind this way of eating plays an integral role in your keto diet success as well as knowing how to get started. read more

Simple & Fast Salmon Patties (GAPS, SCD, Keto, Gluten Free)

Simple & Fast Salmon Patties (GAPS, SCD, Keto, Gluten Free)

This meal is fast- a whole foods equivalent of boxed macaroni and cheese.  One bowl to mix, a pan to fry, and you’re ready to eat!  This is one of my favorite fast meals, and my son Sam absolutely LOVED it as a toddler, since his name (‘SAMon’ haha) was in it. The kids still get a kick out of this story.

Salmon Patties with Green Peas   Print Prep time 15 mins Cook time 10 mins Total time 25 mins   Rich in omega 3s, and as fast to make as boxed mac n cheese, this nutrient dense meal is a staple in our house and I bet will be soon in your house as well! Author: Cara Comini Recipe type: Main Dish Cuisine: Keto, GAPS, SCD, Gluten Free, Dairy Free Serves: 4 Ingredients Three 5-ounce cans of wild caught salmon (find here) 2 eggs ¼ cup shredded coconut (optional, omit one egg if not using; can also use almond meal or even almond flour) (find here) 2-3 tablespoons ghee or coconut oil for frying Directions Open and drain salmon by pressing cut lid on top of the salmon firmly while turning upside down over the sink. Place salmon, eggs, and shredded coconut in a bowl and mix with a fork until egg is throughly distributed. This does not need to be a puree, but should be uniform. Allow salmon mixture to rest (this helps the coconut to hold the mixture together) while you heat a large skillet or griddle (flat side) over medium heat. Once skillet is pre-heated, add 1 tablespoon of fat and allow to melt. As the fat melts, form small patties out of the salmon, ‘slider’ size, or mini-burger size. Once the edges start to look firm, and the top of the uncooked patty is also starting to loose its shine a little bit, – about 5 minutes of cooking- use a thin metal spatula to carefully flip. The side that is cooked should be starting to brown. Cook for another 3 minutes on the other side and then serve. Notes Net carbs: 1Nutrition facts calculated using ghee and unsweetened shredded coconut Nutrition Information Serving size: ¼ recipe Calories: 243 Fat: 16 Carbohydrates: 2 Fiber: 1 Protein: 23 3.5.3226 read more