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Have the Best Fall Ever (and Stay Low Carb) with These Apple Picking Tips

The only thing more quintessentially fall than a juicy red apple is picking that apple yourself straight from the tree. We’ve rounded up a list of apple picking tips below so you can make the most of the season’s bounty. October is National Apple Month, and with more… Read More

3 Low Carb Chili Recipes to Heat Up National Chili Month

Low carb chili might sound like an oxymoron—at least for anyone who’s accustomed to chili recipes stuffed with beans and pasta. Ask a chili purist, however, and they’ll tell you that true chili contains meat, dried chilies, spices, and no beans or noodles . That’s the… Read More

Plan a Day Hike to Enjoy Fall Leaves

Many people associate fall with a feast of tasty foods: pumpkin pie, apple cider, and Thanksgiving turkey, to name a few. Why not savor a feast for the eyes as well? As temperatures drop throughout much of the country, fall colors burst to life. Plan a day hike with the… Read More

Low Carb Chili Recipe and Tips for Game Day

In case you missed it, football season kicked off September 8 with the NFL season opener. For many, Sunday afternoons from now through February will be spent at home or in the lot, watching the game and feasting on chili, wings, brats, and beer. In other words, football season can mean… Read More

Fall Brussels Sprouts Recipes

Today marks the first day of fall! Celebrate the fall equinox (or “autumn equinox” if you prefer) with some low carb fall recipes. Specifically, we’re sharing our favorite Brussels sprouts recipes—just in time for Brussels sprouts season. When shopping for Brussels sprouts, look for vivid green, firm heads… Read More

Superfood: 5 Ways to Eat More

It’s hard to escape the buzz about superfoods. By now, you’re probably aware of their health benefits and may even have a list of superfoods you want to try. (Check out our summer superfood list for inspiration.) Eating more of these uber ingredients, which pack high levels of… Read More

Enjoy the Outdoors on National Trail Mix Day

With fall around the corner, we can all use more reasons to head outdoors and soak up the last rays of summer. Here’s one great excuse: August 31 marks National Trail Mix Day. Though no one has pinned down the exact origins of trail mix—some say two California surfers… Read More

Bacon Recipes for National Bacon Lovers Day

Every year, the average American eats 18 pounds of bacon [1] . It should come as no surprise then that bacon fans get their very own holiday: August 20 marks National Bacon Lovers Day. (For National Bacon Day, you’ll have to wait until the Saturday before Labor Day when it’s celebrated.) Whether… Read More

Adults Can Celebrate Back to School, Too

Packing your lunch is one of the best ways to watch your carbs (and your wallet). With back-to-school season in full swing, there’s no better time for adults to take a cue from the kids and up their brown bag lunch game. Get inspired with some of our favorite… Read More

Our Summer Superfood List

What are superfoods? Popular magazines, TV shows, and blogs are all buzzing about them, but it’s hard to pin down a precise answer. That’s because, unlike organic foods, superfoods are not regulated by the FDA or any other scientific or governing body. Most experts agree, however, that a… Read More

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