Wish you could just flip a switch and turn off bad habits? Yeah, me too. Since you can't manage habits that easily, this post is dedicated to helping you know how to change and create new habits (in the easiest way possible).
Through my personal experiences and with a lot of research, I've developed a sure-fire way to get into Ketosis fast. Listed here: exactly what to do when starting Keto.
This post should open your eyes about the factory farmed eggs you buy in the store and their impact on your health. I also explain the cost of eggs and details about the eggs we offer at Buckhorn Cliffs in Colorado (our little farm in the mountains).
Understanding net carbs is important when you're looking at nutrition facts and trying to figure out if a product will impact your blood sugar or not. This post clarifies in detail what net carbs are and why you should care.
Commonly used as a sweetener in low carb products, Erythritol is a popular ingredient option. This post outlines if Erythritol is safe, how it's made, and much more.
Allulose is a diabetic friendly and keto safe ingredient used to make products taste sweet (with no impact to blood sugar). In this post learn how it's made and what it's good for.
This post outlines methods of ensuring proper energy levels on a Ketogenic diet. Balance your blood sugar while maintaining regular and consistent energy levels via the Keto diet (and these tips).
If you're trying to limit blood sugar spikes but still want a little sweet in your life, this list will help guide you in knowing what you should stay away from and what might be safe for you.
In this article you'll get a first hand look at specific keto products (and their ingredients) and how they impact blood sugar, why monitoring blood sugar is important, and how some activities change blood glucose.
A recent 14 week trial has provided data supporting the theory that adding tree nuts to a regular western-style diet positively impacts sperm DNA methylation.