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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Really interesting convo with my doc [R]1 year, 5 months agotowerdweller posted submission on keto.
June 13, 2018
So I had a physical last week, was 4wks into keto at that time. I wanted to check in as I have heart issues. Highlights from that visit:
- “all diets are “keto”, they just choose different routes to get there. Ketosis (he used some giant medical term) is the ONLY path to weight loss. You’re choosing the direct route.”
- “insulin-dependent diabetics are the only patients that need to be careful on strict keto”
- “no, eating tons of eggs and bacon is not going to spike your cholesterol. That’s not the way cholesterol levels in the blood work. What you eat is virtually meaningless in that aspect, it is all genetics.”
- “urine strips are more or less useless for you”
- (when describing this egg-only 5-day thing my gf is doing) “that’s fine, it’s healthy. Eggs are amazing and an almost perfect food. I wouldn’t do it for a month, but as a quick diet-jumpstart it’s fine.”
- “the sugar industry is to blame for our screwed-up ideas on food health. Avoiding calorie-dense refined sugar should be the #1 rule for everyone.”
(He then went on a 5-min rant about the evils of the sugar industry. I love my doc)
Nothing earth-shattering but it was great to hear so many of the ideas and thoughts seen on this sub confirmed by a real doc. Getting my blood work done this week, and I’m legit exited to see the results. KCKO!
EDIT: It's been brought to my attention that I probably misunderstood/misconstrued his "all diets are" comment. I'll leave it as-is for my personal shame :)
June 13, 2018
Yeah, we've found you have to read every lab on every thing you buy for awhile, until you find brands and products that you can trust. And occasionally check the labels again, just in case they changed the recipe on you.
It's a ton of work, but you would not believe the kinds of things that have sugar or straight-up high-fructose corn syrup.
Also, looks like "no sugar added" has Sucralose in it: https://www.amazon.com/Heinz-Tomato-Ketchup-Sugar-Packaging/dp/B00IOE034C/ref=sr15ait
What food is not worth it anymore? [R]2 years agoinsubordinance posted submission on 1200isplenty.
Nov. 25, 2017
I made zoodles and I thought about adding some parmesan powder. I looked at the label and 60 cals per tablespoon. I put it back. Not worth it anymore. I can have something better later for 60 cals.
Nov. 25, 2017
In that case, I'm about to blow your mind!
I bought it recently and I'm happy to have ketchup back. It has the exact same taste, there's such a small difference in mouth feel (a little but noticeably runnier/more watery), and you can have plenty of it for not many calories.
"Yeah, I'll take mine with FULL sugar, THANKS" [R]2 years ago7h4tguy posted submission on keto.
Nov. 22, 2017
I've noticed a trend in media, society, etc where people who are concerned with "eating healthy" are typically portrayed as snobby, white females. "I'll just have a little slice..." "Is this gluten free?" "I'm not eating bread for a month..." Maybe it's my own perception, but even Target's new holiday ad has Barbie, a young, white woman, asking if the Thanksgiving side dish is "gluten free". Does Batman? Or Superman? No. It would be even more comedic if they did wouldn't it? Because eating healthy is consider...weaker? Perhaps?
Today I ordered an Americano with room for cream, and sugar-free almond syrup. I typically drink coffees with just cream and cinnamon, so this was my "special" coffee. The female customer behind me ordered her drink, and I heard, "Yeah, I'll take mine with FULL sugar, thanks" and I know it's because she heard the barista clarify I wanted sugar free.
Her order ended up being a triple shot breve with pumpkin spice syrup. You enjoy your sugar beverage with a hearty crash right after. Look, I don't eat salads all day AND EVEN IF I DID, it doesn't make someone less than another. Eating the SAD, and bragging about it doesn't make you more down to earth. Choosing to not eat sugar doesn't mean you think you're above everyone else, so don't get down if people get on your case.
What we do works, so KCKO!
Nov. 23, 2017
20g sugar in the entire bottle.
What are your top 3 go-to keto staples? I'm just starting the diet and putting together my shopping list. [R]2 years, 3 months agoBustedMine2SaveYours posted submission on keto.
Aug. 13, 2017
Aug. 13, 2017
Grilled Chicken Drumsticks With Keto BBQ Sauce [R]3 years, 2 months agoThetek9 posted submission on ketorecipes.
Sept. 5, 2016
Sept. 5, 2016
I've tried some store bought low carb barbecue sauces, and they're almost always disgusting. I've been looking for an alternative that I can use on ribs, pork shoulder, chicken, etc. so I decided to just make my own. Most of the carbs come from the reduced sugar ketchup. It's possible to make our own ketchup without sugar and get the carbs to about half of that so its around 3.5g carbs, which I may try next time.
2 Cups Reduced Sugar Ketchup - 32g Carbs
1/2 Cup Low Sodium Chicken Broth - 1g Carb
1/2 Cup Water
1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar - 1g Carb
4 Tablespoons Splenda Brown Sugar - 16g Carbs
6 Tablespoons Granulated Splenda - 2g Carb
1/2 Tablespoon Freshly Ground Pepper
1/2 Tablespoon Onion Powder
1/2 Tablespoon Ground Mustard
1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice - 2g Carbs
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce - 3g Carbs
1 Tablespoon Tabasco Sauce (Optional) - 5g Carbs
1 Teaspoon Ghost Pepper Flakes (Optional)
Total - 12 Ounces / 56g Impact Carbs / 61g Impact Carbs with Tabasco
Serving Size - 1 Ounce / 4.7g Impact Carbs / 5g Impact Carbs with Tabasco
Take out your drumsticks, pat them dry with paper towels, then liberally salt with Kosher salt and place back in the refrigerator.
Mix all barbecue sauce ingredients in a sauce pot. Bring to a boil, once boiling reduce to a simmer and cook for an hour, stirring frequently. We want to reduce it until its thicker like most barbecue sauces. After about an hour, bottle your sauce and place in the refrigerator.
Set your grill to about 350-400. For my Weber Spirit E-310, I had one burner off and two burners on low. If you don't already, invest in a decent digital thermometer so you can set one at the grill grates to read temperature. It will easily pay for itself in terms of less ruined food. Pull your chicken out of the refrigerator while the grill comes to temp.
Season your drumsticks, I used a combination of garlic powder, pepper and cayenne pepper. Do not cover your drumsticks with bbq sauce yet, we will do that at the end of our grilling.
Once your grill is at temperature, put your drumsticks on. Grill the drumsticks for about 20 minutes, flipping occassionaly. Check the internal temperature with a thermometer often.
Once the drumsticks reach 165°, coat them with barbecue sauce. Now turn up the heat to medium high, cook for a couple minutes until they reach 185-190° and pull them. Let the chicken rest for 5-10 minutes and serve.
The suggested serving size is what other barbecue sauces use. I think, realistically, you will end up using more than that depending on the size and quantity of drumsticks you consume. But some of the sugars will end up burning off during the grilling.
[Question] What are the best food brand switches to reduce sugar? [R]3 years, 5 months agoJune 13, 2016
June 13, 2016
Saved by Mcdonalds! [R]3 years, 11 months agoTheNamelessOnesWife posted submission on keto.
Jan. 1, 2016
Was about to make chicken and mushroom in a nice butter sauce for dinner. go to the fridge and the chicken was spoiled. (not even a week old).
Frustrated, but determined I went to Hardee's because I had remember that they had low carb options. Drive 10 minutes to go get dinner and I pull up to the drive thru just to be told they have no idea what I was talking about. I asked if they could just wrap a burger in lettuce and they said "We dont do that here".
Even more frustrated I drove around thinking what I could eat. I decided to give Mcdonalds a try. I got two Double quarter pounders with no bun, no ketchup, no onions, and added mayo. 12 net carbs which puts me at 24 for the day( goal of staying under 30).
The meal was actually packaged very nicely and well put together.
I havent had Mcdonalds in probably 3 years. 10/10 will do again.
Jan. 2, 2016
Use this ketchup instead http://www.amazon.com/Heinz-Tomato-Ketchup-Reduced-Sugar/dp/B00IOE034C
I totally get Wendy's baconator now and then. Sans bun, add lettuce, add mayo packets and then use my own ketchup. 1g carb per Tbsp
Heinz no longer qualifies as ketchup in Israel, doesn’t have minimum tomato content [R]4 years, 3 months agodurrrrrlie posted submission on news.
Aug. 23, 2015
Aug. 23, 2015
http://www.amazon.com/Heinz-Tomato-Ketchup-Reduced-Sugar/dp/B00IOE034C better then the original
2 minute BBQ sauce [R]4 years, 8 months agoLittleHelperRobot posted submission on ketorecipes.
March 22, 2015
Low Carb Meatloaf is an awesome make-ahead meal for your busy week! [R]4 years, 8 months agojrainr posted submission on ketorecipes.
March 19, 2015