Understanding the ketogenic diet means that you need to understand which foods you can successfully eat. In this case, successfully means limiting carbs. Being successful can mean also losing weight if that is your goal. For many, it has keto become a lifestyle change.
For those on keto, they must understand that all vegetables are not always good.
I am sure you are asking why…
Because with all foods you need to watch your carb intake and vegetables have carbs.
Many people start keto assuming vegetables are safe because you have been told all your life that vegetables are healthy.
So, obviously saying you cannot have any and all vegetables is a shocker, right?
You will find carbs in each and every food item you consume from fruit to vegetables to meat, etc.
I’m currently obsessed with indoor plants. Everyone else must be as well if Pinterest is any indication. They’re not your grandmothers’ plants anymore. They bring the outside in and lighten and brighten your interior instantly giving it appeal and looking stylish to guests. What’s fresher than a plant?
Living on keto in a low carb lifestyle does not initially come easy, but it does get easier. There are “hack” foods that will make life easier, and we’ll go over them later on. If you ever get stumped on what to eat, check out some of our recipes. It’ll make life easier. I’ll go over some tips for making a keto diet easier and be successful. So whether you are eating out or just eating on the go, I’ve got you covered with the foods you should and shouldn’t eat.
Organizing is one of my favorite things.
Even if it’s not my idea and one I’ve found elsewhere, I have a sense of satisfaction knowing things are clean and in their space. Everything has its own space.
It’s even more important the smaller your space is. And I know the budget is a concern. Nonetheless, keeping an organized home is a must.
Unless you live under a rock, I am sure you’ve heard of and probably even used WD-40 at least once in your life. It has so many everyday uses that we use it for such as the car, cleaning and unsticking rusty metal, and the best one that probably everyone has used on: anything that makes annoying noises, like a squeaky door. You may not be aware but it has a multitude of other uses. This is the king of hacks! It’s not just for the squeaky door anymore. In fact, it has a multitude of other uses you probably aren’t aware of.
I have used Pinterest for years but as a blogger, more so now than ever. While looking for people in my niche to follow, I noticed a scrolling Pinterest showcase, a feature of your best boards. I liked it. A lot. I wanted it. Only I could not figure it out.
IS BUYING IN BULK BETTER?
Honestly, people either seem so for or against bulk buying and there seems to be no middle ground for them. But the truth of the matter is, it can be good or bad depending on what you are buying. You can save a lot of money on the right products.
We all have busy days that make it difficult to get a dinner on the table, on a budget and KETO. Especially with a family!
The mundane nightly trip to the store, followed by the speedy attempt to get a dinner on the table often means it isn’t healthy or worse yet, it’s take-out.
We all have the same struggles.
By now, you’ve probably heard of the KETO Diet, especially if you are a regular follower of mine, in which case you already know I will turn you onto the best recipes, products, or tips that will help you to excel at KETO. For the newbies, yes KETO will help you lose weight fast. But, KETO is not a fad diet. It is positively a lifestyle change. Did you know that diabetics following a KETO diet have better numbers on KETO?! I also know for newbies and even those on KETO for awhile, it can be confusing selecting the best products for KETO. That’s where I step in! I’ve done the research to find the best products to help you out with your KETO journey. After all, I am on KETO for LIFE!
I’ll be honest, my first trip to DC was unexpected. We took a spur of the moment trip to visit family in Gaithersburg Maryland and thought, well, why not? We’re here, right? That unexpected trip from sunny South Florida to the Maryland/DC area in the dead of winter was so unplanned that I didn’t even have proper attire. Boy, was I cold! That trip turned out to be the first of many weekends to DC as it is now one of my all-time favorites.