요즘빠져있는 코코넛오일 방탄커피! 아침에 상콤하고 빠다 코코넛과 같이 먹은 느낌이에요 ㅎㅎㅎ 버터보다는 코코넛류가 저는 잘 맞는것같아요~ 문치즈랑 스트링치즈 먹고 너무 피곤했던 기억이있어서 아침에 우유류는 피하려고합니다
i prefer bulletproofcoffee with coconut oil, im not sure but im guessing i might be allergic to milk product. i felt very tired after finishing off Moon Cheese or string cheese. Maybe im better with just regular milk and butter but i will go for blood test and find out soon.
어제 비맞고 다녔지만 다행이 목만 살짝 아프고 컨디션은 나쁘지 않아요
네네 6시기상 못한 핑계를 듣고 계십니다
#6시기상은실패#방탄커피#코코넛오일#lchf#bulletproofcoffee ☕️ #withcoconutoil#coffee#keto#ketogenic
Accountability is important. This past week I was very very bad at following my plan and went off the keto rails. I didn't track anything, ate a ton of carbs (literally a batch and a half of sugar cookies) so needless to say I was not doing great on my diet, by the numbers.
On the other hand I didn't feel terrible, didn't get bloated, put on five pounds or completely negate the last four or five months of progress. My blood sugar is still well within a healthy range and there is some very limited ketogenic action happening here too.
The moral of the story, accountability is important but so is knowing your body and allowing yourself to be flawed, make mistakes and be human. Sticking to a strict dietary change 100% of the time and beating yourself up if you falter is the easiest way to negate your gains and lose sustainable progress. At the end of the day, the journey is life long and if you can't stick to the plan for the long term your plan will eventually fail you. You will not fail, your plan will fail you. Because you are human and you need to have empathy for yourself.
It is also so important to see that you're not alone in the journey, everyone gets off track sometimes and that's ok. Anyway, this last week was not so great for my keto goals but ended up being very helpful for my self love and self empathy. Thanks for following, I'll be updating more often even if it's not a great keto diet day.
Got out of town for a day this weekend with this beauty! I indulged in (honestly, way too many) carbs and had a few drinks and just enjoyed myself with no call lights, monitor alarms, or pagers ringing 🌊🙌🌴 perfect quick little getaway with a sisterwife who understands 💜.
But GUYS, I have *only* lost 2lbs this month so far but LOOK AT MY FACE. It's looking more and more like the "me" I see on the inside. Does that make any sense? Gaining +100lbs in a little over a year meant my face looked different in nearly every picture I took or mirror I walked past. My inner "me" and my outer appearance haven't really matched in quite some time. And through loving myself (both inside & out) I've learned that it's OKAY to think you're beautiful and still want to change. I'm just as beautiful now as I was 100lbs ago, because I'm still me! NO MATTER WHAT size jeans I wear or how much I weigh! So, I'm calling this a #nsv and a big win for my self love game! Maybe I'll find a similar angle (🤣 doubtful) for a face to face friday post. Happy Monday friends!!! Love y'all 😍 .
There’s been a lot of talk about bone broth in the health world lately. But is is just a passing trend, or really an ancient healing remedy? How much of what we read and hear (both for and against) is truth, and how much is just talk?
Whatever our dietary choices, we can disagree, agreeably and respect each other if those choices are mindfully made.
One thing both vegans and omnivores should agree on is that the quality, care, and providence of everything we eat is important. Grass-fed, organic, high-welfare, non factory-farmed, GMO, hormone & antibiotic-free is important.
With that in mind, the genuinely caring folks at Kettle & Fire sort some myths from the facts over on elephantjournal.com (link in our bio for the full article)
For some folks, well-made, ethically-sourced bone broth has been the answer to their digestive and immune woes. It seems especially helpful for "leaky gut syndrome" which is something we've also been hearing a lot about lately. Find out more with Kettle & Fire's free guides to live well naturally, including guides to bone broth fasting and repairing leaky gut. (link in our bio)
I spent about an hour talking to him about #keto and he jumped right in. Today was day 50. He was off insulin in only 3 weeks and he’s lost 38lbs. I would say that his results aren’t typical, but for an obese person with diabetes, this actually is really common. I’m honored that I was able help him on this path and that he’s kept me in the loop on his progress. I’m also grateful that there are guys out there like @ketovangelist @ryanplowery @ketocounterculture @theketologist @livinlowcarbman and many others who have been in the trenches passing along the latest research that enables me to help others.
I played around & made some chocolate fat bombs tonight. I’m not sure how they’ll taste just yet, but I love playing around with ingredients this way! Here’s my recipe:
1/2 C creamy peanut butter
1/2 C coconut oil
1/4 C cocoa powder
1/6 C coconut flour
1/2 T erythritol granules
1/8 tsp pink Himalayan salt
Hopefully these will be super tasty & can help keep me on track with hubby out of town 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼
My first meal #post21dsd had to have some cheese in it 🧀
I made a Mediterranean inspired omelet with tomato sauce, Feta cheese, olives and za'atar seasoning. I had little extra Feta cheese so I put some extra virgin olive oil and za'atar on it. 👌 and in my wine glass there's some nitro cold brew 🍷☕😉
Tonight's dinner was super quick but full of flavor. I chopped up some grilled chicken and threw it in a pot with riced Cauliflower and a tikka masala simmer sauce. Delicious and just what I needed to clear my sinuses.