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In a perfect world, ketogenic dieters could have their cake and eat it, too. Or in this case, they could eat rice at every meal. Aside from having numerous proven health benefits, rice is downright delicious. It also goes great with meat and vegetables, and is a true comfort food. The problem is that rice […]Continue reading
Hummus has long been promoted among health professionals for its many health benefits. It’s full of fiber, plant-based protein, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant plant chemicals. You can find it in just about any grocery store, but if you want the good stuff, then you’ll need to visit your local Middle Eastern restaurant where they make […]Continue reading
The slow carb diet is a new diet created by author and entrepreneur Tim Ferriss, and you might not have heard it mentioned very often – but this doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its place. It is one of the basic concepts of his “The 4-Hour Body” book, first published in 2010, and it’s a […]Continue reading
In this article, we’ll be discussing a question that often pops up in keto forums, groups, and communities: Does it make a difference how you time your carbs when you’re doing keto? When is the best time to consume your carbs? Should you eat most of your carbs in the morning or in the afternoon […]Continue reading
Ever since research came out stating that carbs are bad and fat is not, people have been doing what they can to reduce their intake of the starchy substance (1). If you follow the ketogenic diet, then your carbohydrate intake is already low. However, some ketogenic dieters and people on regular diets are taking their […]Continue reading
If you have spent a bit of time researching keto, you probably know that most websites advise you to stick to a limit of 20-25 g net carbs per day in order to stay in ketosis. This is a kind of a safety net that guarantees that anyone following it will most likely reach ketosis […]Continue reading
This part can get a little bit confusing in the beginning but gets easier with practice. Net carbs are the carbohydrates that our bodies can digest and turn into sugar, where total carbs include sugar, fiber or indigestible starch. Fiber does not increase your blood sugar levels. It’s a type of carbohydrate that your body […]Continue reading