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Fresh ginger is a great way to spice up a green smoothie and works best with citrus fruits like lemon and lime. Ginger has a variety of health benefits and has been used medicinally for centuries. Ginger is widely known for its immune-boosting and stomach-settling abilities. It is effective in treating nausea from motion and […]Continue reading
Spring is here and with the warm weather comes ice cream and popsicles. I believe that popsicles are all about the fun and it is one of those items that you eat with your eyes first. I like this recipe because it will make really bright color fun popsicles. A popsicle, as known as ice pop, […]Continue reading
Avocados are one of those foods that can go from savory to sweet. This fruit has many health benefits and is an excellent source of healthy fats and adds creaminess to any dish. In many countries around the world, avocados are mainly used on sweet and desserts but the fact is that this fruit has […]Continue reading
Butter chicken is one of our favorite ways to eat chicken. There are many different variations of this recipe and today we will show you another way to make this low carb and keto friendly. You can serve this butter chicken with low carb salad, bread, naan or riced cauliflower. This recipe has many spices […]Continue reading
The coconut is one of the best fruits to make ice cream, especially if you follow a ketogenic diet. Coconut oil contains special fatty acids called medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) that have many incredible health benefits. When talking about coconut products, we talk about coconut milk, coconut cream (no added sugar), coconut oil and coconut […]Continue reading
The eggnog is a sweet and creamy drink that is usually prepared for the Christmas or New Year holiday or simply weekend parties. It is usually made up of milk, eggs, sugar, and rum, flavored with vanilla and nutmeg in some cases. The recipe might vary from family to family, and certainly from region to region. […]Continue reading