Egg Pizza

So many great variations you can make! This is what I did: -Heat cast iron skillet over medium heat and add thin layer of ham or Canadian bacon. -Next crack 4 eggs on top of Canadian bacon. Lightly break yoke. Season with Italian seasoning -Add diced peppers and pepperoni -layer shredded cheese, if you do […]

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Peanut Butter Cookies

We tried this for you: Keto Friendly Peanut Butter Cookie Ingredients 1 Egg (pasture raised, organic) 1 Cup creamy peanut butter or almond butter ¼ Tsp sea salt 1 C Erythritol  (I found that makes a difference in the texture) 1 Tsp baking powder ½ Tsp vanilla 3 Tbsp water Sugar free chocolate  chips (3-4 per cookie) […]

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Brownie Cookies

I made Peace Love and Low Carb Keto Flourless Chewy Double Chocolate Chip Cookies and they taste just like a brownie cookie. I tweaked recipe a little and used cacao powder -found at Walmart (instead of cocoa powder), used pyure (instead of swerve) and used unflavored whey protein (instead of peanut butter powder). I  promise, you will […]

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Dairy Fats and Cardiovascular Disease: Do We Really Need to Be Concerned?

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remain a major cause of death and morbidity globally and diet plays a crucial role in the disease prevention and pathology. The negative perception of dairy fats stems from the effort to reduce dietary saturated fatty acid (SFA) intake due to their association with increased cholesterol levels upon consumption and the increased […]

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Eggs Not Linked to Cardiovascular Risk, Despite Conflicting Advice

Eating up to 12 eggs a week does not increase cardiovascular risk factors in people with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes, new research finds – despite conflicting dietary advice continuing around the world. University of Sydney researchers aim to help clear up conflicting dietary advice around egg consumption, as a new study finds eating up […]

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Fructose and Cardiometabolic Health

Recent attention has focused on fructose as having a unique role in the pathogenesis of cardiometabolic diseases. However, because we rarely consume fructose in isolation, the major source of fructose in the diet comes from fructose-containing sugars, sucrose and high fructose corn syrup, in sugar-sweetened beverages and foods. Intake of sugar-sweetened beverages has been consistently […]

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