Category: Blog

  • Keto Diet Invading NYC Restaurants

    This is good news for those who like to dine out. Although, in NYC, dining out is not a cost effective choice. I prefer to buy groceries and make my meals when I’m there. Now, followers of the high-fat, low-carb keto regimen can dine on entrees that contain fewer than 5 grams of carbs, as […]

  • 7 Keto Brunch Ideas listed 7 pretty good keto meal ideas for a tasty brunch. We all need new ideas from time to time to add variety. I hope one of these works for you. The high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet allows you to enjoy brunch favorites like bacon, sausage, and omelets. But because the plan keeps sugar intake […]

  • The power of the push-up

    Turns out that the ability to do push-ups is an indicator of how healthy you might be… huh… who would’ve thought it? Hahaha. Seriously, though, did you know that only 20% to 30% of people are able to do at least one push-up? Now that’s news. Granted, Joyner and other experts I heard from estimated […]

  • Low carb instead of full on Keto Diet

    Everyone is different and we all have to do what works. For some it’s full on Keto. Other’s it’s just low carb. Some it’s even high carbs and low fat. You have to find what works for you. Men’s Health goes through the basics of a simple low carb diet without going full Keto. eople […]

  • Is the Zero Carb Diet the right diet for you?

    India Times takes a look at the Zero Carb diet. I’m not much for the idea of cutting all carbs out. I think that if you’re trying to lose weight or control your blood sugar levels you can still eat carbs but just a limited amount. But, maybe if you’re looking for a quick temporary […]

  • The right time of the month for women to eat more carbs

    Not being a woman I can’t really say anything about this article other than that this is all new information to me. Apparently keeping your leptin levels in balance is important. Carb cycling on a keto diet means you are intentionally increasing carbohydrate intake during specific times of the month to ensure that leptin levels […]

  • Info on Early Time Restricted Feeding

    Or more commonly known as only eating during the day. I’m not sold on this pattern of eating as it really sounds like the 3 meal a day typical eating pattern. The only difference is that you stop eating just before a typical dinner hour, 6p to 7p. Eating only during the first eight to […]

  • Are cherries keto friendly?

    The short answer is no because it’s really hard once you start eating them to stop at a 1/4 to 1/2 cup. Generally, most fruits are high in carbohydrates because of their natural sugars. This makes it difficult to eat fruit and maintain ketosis. That said, cherries may be keto-friendly if eaten in moderation. According […]

  • Woman leaving the keto diet because she wants more variety.

    Personally I don’t find anything wrong with her decision. I go on and off a more strict keto diet throughout the year depending on how I feel and if I think I need to adjust my weight. I tend to eat mainly keto friendly meals anyway most of the time so going back on it […]

  • Defense Department may ban beer and pizza?

    The Military Times has picked up on the story regarding the military possibly switching to the keto diet for performance reasons. Service members, and Navy SEALS especially, may have to forgo beer and burritos for skinny cocktails and avocado salad (forget the tortilla chips) if a proposal from Special Operations Command gains momentum. While a […]