As you may or may not know, in regards to weight loss for the last two months I am in a maintenance mode, as described in detail in the last chapters of The Time Machine Diet. Aside from occasional fasting days, mostly I eat by (not too strict) LCHF – Low Carb High Fat regimen. Generally, it’s a good idea not to let your body settle into a routine, and keep it guessing so to speak, by periodic changing the ways you eat.
Keeping one’s blood sugar level steady is imperative not only for diabetics but for the folks with a healthy metabolism as well. Stable blood sugar protects against excessive insulin spikes, the consequences of which we discussed earlier. Here are three hot drinks that can help stabilize blood glucose. They also are very helpful on fasting days as they help curb hunger.
It’s not easy for me to like broccoli. I am a carnivore, and even though I learned to appreciate various vegetables, broccoli hasn’t been among them till very recently. Until I made this salad, that is.
Not only is zucchini tasty and versatile vegetable, it’s also one of the long-standing favorites among healthy-eating crowds. Well deservedly so, too. Even convinced carnivores appreciate its taste, texture and the way it yields itself to all kinds of add-ons and toppings.
Most of the zucchini-based dishes are fairly simple to cook. This one is no exception. Judge for yourself.
I believe this is a fitting time for this remarkably simple recipe. With all the elaborate holiday cooking, you will appreciate something that can be done quickly, easily and require virtually no cleanup. It’s also satisfying, easy to scale (cook for one or for 6 in the same time with the same effort) and extraordinary in its versatility.
Who doesn’t like an omelet?
This is very festive recipe, fitting for the season; it’s also the best time for it, as fresh cranberries from this fall’s crop are still in the stores. As it’s often the case with fermentation, the final product is not at all what you would expect from cranberries. They lose their usual tartness and become mellow, slightly spicy and slightly alcoholic.
Pulled pork. Is there any carnivore whose heart wouldn’t skip a beat? And, Hawaii? In the dead of the winter? Can it get any better? Yes, it can. You can make it right at home, in your run-of-the-mill slow cooker.
Say, which would you like first, the recipe or the story of how it came to be?
…thought so. Recipe it is.
No, sorry. Health stuff first. If you like pasta as much as I do, its nutritional data may give you a bit of pause – and rightly so. Let’s look at what comes with 100 g of its, shall we?
330 calories, 65g carbohydrates, 7g fiber and 13g protein. And that’s whole wheat pasta, which is not even the worst of the possible offenders.
Here is the nutritional comparison of my replacement: