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Low Carb New Year’s Eve Recipes for Good Luck

Traditionally, there are certain dishes eaten on New Year’s Eve that are supposed to give you a year of prosperity and good luck. I’ve shared a little bit of the history behind them, plus you’ll find low carb versions of these New Year’s Eve dishes to start your year off in the best way possible.Read More

Make the Most of Your Winter Workouts

As I’ve said before, regular exercise gives you a variety of proven benefits for your body, mind and overall health, and it is an excellent complement to your low carb lifestyle.  The winter weather may make you feel like you want to hibernate instead of hitting the gym or yoga mat, but here’s a roundupRead More

Encouraging Low Carb Update to the New Mayo Clinic Diet

The Mayo Clinic Diet has been around for 72 years and was developed by a medical team of weight loss experts at the Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit academic medical center. It features Mayo-Clinic approved meal plans and recipes and virtual group video sessions with Mayo Clinic doctors as part of an all-new app and digitalRead More

7 Tips for Reducing Holiday Stress

Most people experience some level of stress during the holidays. As soon as the holiday music and advertisements start (in October sometimes!), it feels like the race is on to deck the halls, buy the gifts, arrange family get-togethers, make travel plans, try not to bust through your holiday budget and more. During this hecticRead More

6 Low Carb Tips for “Thriving” Through the Holidays

Instead of trying to “survive” the holidays, lets focus on “thriving” through the holidays with these tips: Stick with your schedule. Whenever possible, try to be consistent with your low carb snacks and meals, aiming for three meals and two snacks a day. This should keep your appetite under control, even when faced with temptingRead More

How to Start a Gratitude Journal

This Thanksgiving, as you gather with a slightly bigger group of family or friends than last year, once dinner is done and your (low carb) dessert is served, it’s the perfect time to share what you’re thankful for. This little exercise in thankfulness might be worth practicing daily instead of just once a year. YouRead More

Low Carb, Keto-Friendly Thanksgiving Side Dish and Soup Recipes

Non-starchy vegetables, which are naturally low in carbs and high in nutrients and fiber, are the flavor-packed star of the show for your low carb Thanksgiving sides and soups: Warm Brussels Sprouts Salad with Hazelnuts A warm tangy-sweet dressing made with sugar-free maple syrup and apple cider vinegar envelopes shaved Brussels sprouts, while Parmesan, pomegranateRead More

Low Carb Maple Recipe Roundup

While traditional maple syrup is not recommended for any stage of Atkins because it is technically almost pure sugar, these recipes use sugar-free maple-flavored syrup, which is a low carb sweetener that has great maple flavor and works well with any low carb recipe. You can indulge in these low carb maple recipes knowing theyRead More

American Diabetes Month: More Reasons to Go Low Carb

November is American Diabetes Month, so it’s the perfect time to talk about how a low carb lifestyle can help manage type-2 diabetes, improve glycemic control and promote overall good health. Case in point: While almost 52 percent of adults in this country have diabetes or prediabetes, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recognizes that nutritionRead More

Low Carb Halloween Cocktails and Mocktails

According to Fitbit, the average trick or treater (or parent accompanying a trick or treater) walks 1.25 miles. That’s enough to work up an appetite for a pot of low carb turkey chili and low carb cornbread for you and your little ghouls and goblins. All you need is a piping hot low carb HalloweenRead More

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