Ok, So I had relative success with Keto last year. Unfortunately I did not stick with it for long enough, but I did see results enough to know that I think it may be the diet for me.
I had tried to do Keto following U.S Cookbooks and U.S Keto Facebook Groups. However the U.S has very different foods and measurements, making it harder. Luckily over the past year more Australian Keto resources have popped up, making it a lot easier.
So I have invested in some suppliers to get the ball rolling, and if I can emerge from this lockdown in Sydney a little more healthy then great!
- Vienna style Coffee
- Coffee with Keto milk (recipe coming soon)
- Coffee with thickened cream
I have never been a big fan of breakfast, nor do I normally have time for it when I am going into work.
I don’t want to get into the pattern of getting an appetite for breakfast and then going back to work and having to be hungry as I don’t have time to make breakfast, I learnt that they hard way last time we were in lockdown.
- Watermelon Berry Bang Smoothie (homemade, but carbs calculated using online nutritional calculator)
- Keto bread bagel with smoked salmon
- Keto nachos or guacamole and lowcarb chips
- Salted Nuts
- Low carb homemade spiced tortilla chips
- sugar free chai iced latte
- iced coffee
- Pork crackle
- cellery and cheese
- home made cheese chips
- caramel iced coffee
Because I love variety and convenience, I have decided to order low carb meals from Marley Spoon Meal Delivery Kit. It still allows me to cook fresh tasty food, have a variety and gives me an accurate idea of how many carbs I will be consuming in the food I consume. Also groceries are getting harder and harder to have delivered and I can’t leave the house until I get my vaccine.