Category Archives: Lunch/Dinner

Cauliflower Soup – Low-Carb, Healthy, Tasty, and Easy to Make

My wife LOVES soup. Any time. Any day. In any kind of weather. I only enjoy this hearty meal when it is cold outside. Fortunately, the winter in Atlanta has been cold more days than not. This is an easy recipe and can be made quickly. OTHER IDEAS – Add other stuff like chicken, sour […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Beware of HIDDEN SUGAR!

In the past 3 days, I have been approached and asked why weight loss can stall on a low-carb, high fat, moderate protein lifestyle. They explain that they are eliminating carbs and watching the nutritional labels carefully. Please beware of HIDDEN SUGARS. Even though that bottle of FLAVORED WATER lists 0 (ZERO) carbohydrates, there are […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Easy Low Carb Chicken Piccata

I love meals that are quick, easy, and flavorful. This recipe took me 20 minutes from start to finish. 2 lbs chicken breasts Almond flour for crust dredge chicken in flour and fry in butter or bacon fat. cook until done and take out of pan to keep warm. 1/2 cup chicken broth (no sugar) […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Does Anyone Love Pizza?

This is one of the things I miss most about a low carb high fat lifestyle. The toppings are nice and fatty, however, the bread is a no-no. Wheat and grains lead to a cascade of events that I do not want in my body. And if you want to be healthy…….you need to care […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Faux Pasta

When cooking Shiratake noodles, it is important to RINSE them off for a full minute under cold water. This will eliminate the odor. I put them in a skillet of bacon fat and and added kale, bok choi, sweet peppers. A perfect low-carb dinner. Add some chicken, shrimp, or other protein and you will be […]
Read More »

Rate this:

No Bread with My Sandwich?

There is NO such thing as ‘healthy’ bread. The current products all have been genetically modified and have the ability to spike blood sugar. This increase in blood sugar then causes insulin to rise and the fatal cascade begins. A constant intake of processed food that spike your blood glucose and insulin are directly related […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Healthy Crock Pot Soup

The best way to enjoy the winter weather is with hearty, healthy, homemade soup. The store bought brand is more convenient, however, they are all loaded with citric acid, natural colors and flavors, and bisphenol A (BPA). This chemical can be found in the food you are consuming and has been linked to diabetes, heart […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Brussels Sprouts Excellence

Easy, classic, and healthy. After cleaning and cutting sprouts in half, place face down on parchment paper with a small slice of delicious bacon. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees. The last 5 minutes on broil to create a crispy treat.

Rate this:

Healthy Mayo For Your Pleasure

I love sauces, condiments, and other additions to food that enhance flavor (think HOT sauce….no carb kind). Why is it so difficult to find any of these products without sugar? Or toxic canola oil? Or unhealthy safflower oil? The only oils that you should using is butter, ghee, coconut oil, olive oil, or bacon fat!! […]
Read More »

Rate this:

Easy Mashed Cauliflower

I wish I had a nickle for every person who tells me that eating low carb is difficult. There are so many ways to prepare easy, satisfying, healthy, and simple dishes. This is an example of what I will be feasting on this evening with my family. Along with a London Broil. You can find […]
Read More »

Rate this: