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We admit being carb-free eaters is tough. We never realized how many carbs we consumed until we started tracking our every bite. Quite honestly, it was scary how often we reached for convenience foods that we stocked in our pantry before keto. But while snack foods were (and still are!) a staple (who doesn’t reachContinue reading “Approved! Go-to bread, crust and tortilla recipes from the test kitchen”
The off-mainstream food choices of keto eating (i.e. non-fried, leafy and starch-free vegetables, refined nuts and berry basics) is challenging. Now let’s add the social experience and unknowns of an epidemic unlike ever before. It’s a perfect storm that leads to binging. Binging on podcasts, binging on television, binging on videos online…. you get theContinue reading “Yes! Feel good about snacking … even now.”
Starting a low-carb or keto diet with high blood pressure? Having high blood pressure and starting (and staying) on a low-carb or keto diet isn’t impossible. According to Diet Doctor, it may be the most effective thing for lowering blood pressure naturally. In some cases, it may even normalize your blood pressure completely. — ReadContinue reading “The Basics: Low-carb or keto with high blood pressure”
What’s retrogradation? Pre-making meals with pasta? Retrogradation is science at work. Read on.
We try new things in the Mor Kitchen each week – we convert and test new recipes, substitutions and compare ingredients to make only the best low-carb, gluten-free and keto-friendly food. Read on for the results!
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