Tag Archives: ketogenic diet

Gingerbread Cake Ketogenic Edition Recipe

Always searching for the perfect low-carb cake recipe. Since I began to adopt the ketogenic lifestyle, I have been looking for substitutes for palatable delights filled with carbohydrates such as cakes, breads and pasta. As much as we try, it is difficult to reach the same softness that wheat can offer in the dough, howeever we can use coconut flour …

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Tosted Coconut and Vanilla Protein Fat Bombs

There is nothing more convenient than a delicious ketogenic fat bomb! They are tasty, serve as treats when you bored with your daily bacon, and still deliver a lot of fat, nutrients and calories in just a few bites. Should I mention that is super easy to make? Just a few ingredients to make sure you are following your macros, …

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Avocado Semifreddo with Coconut and Macadamia Nuts

emifreddo is the name given for the Italian “semi-ice cream”, a sort of ice cream which isn’t so icy and has a higher fat content than the others. Furthermore, the freezing temperature is lower, closer to 23°F (-5 °C), and its consistency also is much more viscous – which can be consumed in the winter, for example. So why not use ingredients with …

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The Hidden Danger of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFAs)

Fats are divided into three main categories: saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. Vegetable oils and animal fats are most often composed of a mixture of these types of fat. For example, olive oil is mainly composed of monounsaturated fat with some polyunsaturated fat. Coconut oil is primarily saturated fat. Lard is generally half saturated fat and half monounsaturated, but also contains some …

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Hello World! We came in peace!

or a long time I’ve been postponing the start of the activities of this blog, because I was still deciding between what language I would start writing. First I thought of writing it entirely in English, aimed at conveying information to as many people as possible for all over the internet, but at the same time, feeling the obligation to …

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