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11 In Food/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

A Simple Way to Feed Your Family Healthy Food

Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? If you have been around here for any amount of time, you likely know how passionate I am about healthy living. I am a busy homeschooling mom of seven, with an online business…but I still make my health and the health of my family a top priority. I have always had a passion for health and nutrition, as far as I can remember. I even went to college with a premed…

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9 In Food/ Healthy Living/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

5 High Fat Foods To Help You Lose Weight

We have heard it before: Gram for gram, fat has more than twice the calories of protein or carbohydrates, and eating too many calories leads to weight gain; therefore, people should eat less fat. Right? Not so fast. While reducing calories does work for short-term weight loss, sustainable, long-term weight loss is a bit more complicated. According to the The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, long-term weight loss depends on how the body processes and interacts with food and all its nutrients, not just its calories. How else could…

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12 In Food/ Healthy Living/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

Instant Pot Low Carb Beef Stew

Thank goodness for this Instant Pot beef stew recipe! After starting a Keto diet, I was missing my favorite comfort foods. Typically, beef stew consists of lots of carbs, which isn’t something you want to indulge in when trying to maintain ketosis. Thankfully, this beef stew allows me to indulge without feeling any guilt! A traditional beef stew, with fall-apart tender beef, vegetables, and rich broth, is almost impossible to pull off on a weeknight. It can take two to three…

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8 In Food/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

Keto Cauliflower and Bacon Au Gratin

This post is sponsored by Stella® Cheese but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. Now that Thanksgiving is over, all the focus goes towards Christmas planning, doesn’t it? And with the thought of Christmas comes all those gorgeous gourmet meals. When you are following the Keto diet, holiday meals can seem a little intimidating! I was lucky enough to find some amazing Keto Thanksgiving Recipes to enjoy and I will be scouring to do the same for…

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1 In Food

Halloween Night Chaos – My Secret Weapon

This post is sponsored by Red Baron but the content and all opinions expressed are my own. Moms, you know those nights. The ones where the kids are bouncing off the walls, you are exhausted, and everything seems to be going wrong? With seven kids, I have had more than my fair share of those nights. Halloween Night Chaos Without fail, one of those chaotic nights is Halloween night. While we don’t practice Halloween in the typical fashion, we do…

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0 In Food/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

Keto Peanut Butter Cookies

Chunky, smooth, swirled with sugar free jam; no matter how you enjoy it, peanut butter is a classic favorite! This is your Grandma’s classic cookie recipe brought up to Keto SPEED! Chewy and delicious, these treats are perfect for sharing!Whether you are new to the ketogenic lifestyle, or have been enjoying it for awhile, you’ll love how easy and delicious these are!     Peanut Butter Cookies ½ cup coconut flour 1 cup granulated Sucralose 1 cup peanut butter, no…

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2 In Food/ Ketogenic Lifestyle

21 Of The Best Keto Fat Bomb Recipes

If you are following a Ketogenic diet, you have probably heard of Fat Bombs. Fat Bombs are a staple in our house. With a large family, we go through them like crazy. I try and make at least 2 different kinds each week and store them in the freezer for a quick snack. We all have our favorites, and I am sure you will too after reading through this list!   What Are Fat Bombs? Fat Bombs are edible little…

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6 In Food

Balsamic Glazed Salmon With Sauteed Spinach

I could literally eat salmon every day of my life and be a perfectly happy woman. Unfortunately, my family doesn’t agree with my love affair, so I have to be content with having salmon a few times a month. One thing I have converted my family to is a Ketogenic lifestyle. In simple terms, this mean we eat a high fat, low carb diet. People often raise their eyebrows when I tell them this, especially if it is a new…

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0 In Food

Maple Chai Roasted Chickpeas

If you think chickpeas are only for hummus, think again! Chickpeas are loaded with protein and fiber and easily used in so many recipes. We use them in salads, soups, stews, and hummus, of course. But they are also great as a high protein snack for the whole family. This Maple Chai Roasted Chickpea recipe will convince you that they can also be an a simple, crunchy snack. Think of them as a healthy, protein-packed chip substitute that’ll power you through your…

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22 In Food

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls

NO BAKE CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER BALLS Need a quick, healthy snack for the kiddos? My kids love these and I feel good about giving them! You can substitute almond/cashew/sunflower butter for the peanut butter, and raisins or dried cherries or cranberries for the dates. INGREDIENTS: 2 cups of old fashioned rolled oats ½ cup of ground flax seed 1 tablespoon of black chia seeds 1 teaspoon of cinnamon ¾ cup of dried pitted dates ½ cup of peanut butter 1…

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