You can register for the KETOSUMMIT.COM and watch it for free for the next few days. I actually buy the for life access and the flash drive. It is worth the money. Most of us won’t find this info at our doctors or nutritionists.
I am so glad I started Keto a year ago. It has helped having more energy and minus the 75 pounds in all the work we have been doing in getting the house ready for the market. We went to the new house being built to meet with the electric company and construction manager and even the heat was not as bad as it would have been before Keto. It is a gift being able to think clearly and be on the same page as Leon.
Since I added some new supplements to my daily regime my thyroid is kicking in and I even have more energy. I get my eight hours of sleep and get up at 6 or 7 in the morning and I am good for the day.
We have been on the road a lot and it is getting easier and easier to eat out. We went to Burger King one day and got their bacon cheeseburger with everything but the catsup along with a dinner salad. Brought it home and added my Ranch dressing. It was just what I needed. If we are going to be gone and not able to have a meal, I will take some pecans with me. We took a family out for lunch and I ordered a chopped sirloin steak (cut it in half) and had a salad. I track all of this on My Fitness Pal. My blood sugars have finally dropped back down into the low 80s and 90s after tackling my thyroid issues.
We have got to be self-educated regarding our health. Doctors don’t always have the answers. Mine sure didn’t and I have the joy of finding a new doctor in September. Eating Keto, taking my supplements, getting in my walks, rifing once a week and getting in my water plus being diligent in educating myself all help me on this journey to wellness. I watch everything I can. I buy books and read blogs or websites. I am more active now than I have been in years, which is a good thing. Need it for moving to an apartment and then on to the house in the fall.
I am really enjoying reading “Undoctored” by Dr. William Davis. It is funny and very informative. I even have it on my smart phone along with my tablet so I can read it when I have a few moments. One of my top books now to recommend.
Here is a yummy recipe I found today! I have not figured the macros on it, but it is very keto friendly.
Homemade Lemon Curd with real whipped cream
1/3 cup swerve or approved Keto sweetener (if you like sweeter use 1/2 cup)
1/2 cup fresh lemon juice
Zest of two large lemons
4 large eggs yolks
Put in double boiler
Keep heat on low
Make sure it is thick enough to drop flops off whisk or coats the back of a spoon
1/2 cup butter - cut the butter in to 1 Tbls increments
Whisk in a couple of Tbls of butter at a time
Continue until all the butter is dissolved
Makes 4 servings
FYI this is Tart, but lemon desserts shouldn't be sweet.
Until next time! Mimi has gone Keto and is loving it! No turning back!
Please note! I am not giving any medical advice, but only sharing what I have experienced on my personal journey to wellness. Check out my links page for websites, books, and videos that are posted for educating yourself on reversing diabetes and the ailments that come with it. These are links, books and videos that I personally glean from often. I am always trying to educate myself on being healthy. Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.