Nutrition Talk Part 2!

From my last post, I put up a simple meal plan to follow if you’re eating starches and processed carbs. I no longer follow that type of diet. I am on a high fat, moderate protein and low carb diet known as the KETO diet.

Everything humans consume these days has glucose which is known as sugar. We eat fruits, rice, beans, tea and cereal which all contain or were injected to contain sugar. Unfortunately when someone thinks they’re eating healthy with fruits and vegetables, they’re glucose decides to take a joy ride through the gut and land on the hips, chest, butt or thighs. Glucose does not discriminate! It’s the extrovert of the party, the annoying guy who keeps bugging you to go out on a date or your loud next door neighbor. How do you stop the madness?! Eliminate the sugar with one huge sweep, that’s how!

Keto consists of 200+ grams of fat per day. GOOD FATS from avocados, macadamia nuts, olive oil and my favorite, BUTTER! That’s right, butter!! There is no sugar in those foods and if there is, it’s natural sugar. The Ketogenic diet is helping to eliminate all of the crap you put into your body over the years. Once the glucose is gone, your body starts to use fat as fuel. Fat burns fat, friends! Who would have thought? I will share a secret with you…my diet!!! But before I do that, let me also tell you another secret: I have more energy and feel like a little girl again. My anxiety can sometimes still be high, but man I wake up ready to GO! My stamina is my workouts increased, I am happier, and I sleep like a rock. Heck yes, give it a try! Okay here it is…my diet. Are you ready?

M1: 3 pieces of uncurredbacon with 0 sugar, a handful of macadamia nuts, a cup of spinach which I cook in bacon grease and 2 tablespoons of grass-fed butter

Snack: fatty tea: decaf tea with butter and mct oil

M2: 3-4oz. of drumstick chicken, handful of nuts, 2 cups of mixed greens and 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil with pink salt

Snack: 2-3 cups of bone broth with a whole avocado and 2 tablespoons of grass-fed butter

M3: 3 oz. of Alaskan salmon, 1 cup of asparagus and a tablespoon of grass-fed butter

Friends, it’s that simple! If you have questions, email or call me to discuss nutrition. I’d be happy to help you on your journey!

xoxo B

 

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