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Is Edamame Keto-Friendly?

You’ve probably seen edamame served as an appetizer at some restaurants, especially Chinese or Japanese eateries. It’s a delicious snack served in its peapod form.  Edamame is usually boiled or steamed in salt water and served up as a salty pre-meal snack. It’s also added to many dishes.  Despite being a soy-based food, edamame is …

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Target Low Carb Shopping List: What to Buy

Anyone who has ever stepped foot inside a Target knows just how magical it can be. We bet you’ve walked in there before with one thing on your shopping list, only to leave with a cart full of stuff that you somehow can’t live without.  No one can deny the draw of Target. It’s just …

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Top 30 Keto-friendly Party Foods and Appetizers

Attending or hosting a party while you’re on the ketogenic diet can be hard. Traditional party staples include things like potato chips, pretzels, and other starchy finger foods that can kick you out of ketosis just by “looking” at them! Most parties tend to cater to the masses by offering foods that are crowd pleasers …

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The 5:2 Fasting Diet – A Beginner’s Guide

With the 5:2 diet, you reduce your calorie intake by following a weekly fasting protocol: on 5 days you eat maintenance calories, and on 2 days (referred to as the fast days) you eat about 25% of that. It’s one of the many diets out there that promise sustainable fat loss without making major efforts. …

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Butter or Ghee: Comparing Taste and Nutrition for Keto Diet

Fats are an important part of the ketogenic diet, and some fats are potentially better than others. Animal fats, which were believed to be harmful because of their high content of saturated fats. However, nowadays researchers understand their role and benefits better, and the consensus is that they do have their place in a healthy …

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Ranch Dressing on a Low Carb & Keto Diet

Everyone has that one friend or family member that puts ranch dressing on everything from sandwiches and tacos to pizza and French fries. As delicious (or disgusting) as that may sound, ranch dressing is hard to ignore. It’s one of the most popular salad dressings around. You’re sure to find it at just about any …

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Can You Eat Tofu and Soy on Keto Diet?

Tofu is a bit of a mystery for some people. If you’ve never tried it before, tofu can seem intimidating or a bit foreign, especially if you’ve had a traditional Westernized upbringing. But if you’ve had tofu before, then you know how tasty it can be no matter how you prepare it. Tofu is made …

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Can You Eat Pork Rinds on the Keto Diet?

Pork rinds and the keto diet go together like bacon and eggs (another great keto combination). They’re practically carb-free and contain a good amount of fat and protein. Plus, they make the perfect replacement for crackers, chips, and any other starchy snack food you can think of. Sneak them into the movies when you need …

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What is Selenium and Its Health Benefits?

Selenium is a micronutrient that is naturally present in many different foods, such as Brazil nuts, seafood, poultry, meat, eggs, and some grains and dairy products. Our bodies need it for a number of vital functions. It plays an important role in thyroid health, cognitive function, protection from oxidative stress, and is important for metabolism, …

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coconut aminos

Coconut Aminos – The Ultimate Guide

Coconut aminos is often used in place of soy sauce because it’s gluten-free and contains no soy, which makes it an excellent condiment for anyone on a low-carb diet. And since it’s derived from coconut, we can all expect that it has numerous health benefits. Coconut aminos is relatively low in calories and carbs. It …

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