Low Carb Tailgating Guide

Football season is just about here, which means a point of high stress for people following a low carb diet; unless you've planned ahead. Here is a guide on how to make your tailgating weekend a success for everyone, while staying on track with your diet. Plan your menu to center around low carb options, here are some great choices: Dips, both hot and cold can be served with fresh vegetables (look under the dip section for recipes): >beer cheese dip, hot wing dip, queso dip, jalapeno dip, salmon dip, trout dip, green sauce, taco dip, caramelized onion dip. Casserole that can be serve hot: >big mac cauliflower bites, cheeseburger casserole, cheesy sausage and cauliflower bake, made rite casse

Summer Time Favorites

Here are some summertime favorite foods and how to make them low carb. Key tip is to keep it simple BLT: > skip the sandwich and turn into a salad > if you need the bread then test out two crispy cauliflower sandwich thins by Outer Aisle to replace the bread (you can find these are natural grocers) Cucumber Salad: > skip out on the sugar when making the dressing otherwise its a great option Ribs and other bbs ideas: > test out some low carb bbq sauces such as G. Hughes > make seasoning mixes without sugar and use liquid stevia instead Burgers, hot dogs, or bratwurst: > skip out on the bun and serve it over a salad, sauteed vegetables, or grilled vegetables > skip out on the bun by replacing

Is Taking a Step Backwards Bad?

It would be helpful to have some context to apply with the question above. That being said, let’s get started. Imagine you are struggling with weight gain year after year, gaining 150 lbs. of extra weight over a 3 year period. You recognize your diet is out of control but you’re so busy you just can't stop the downward spiral. Then you were diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes that has gotten so severe, you've been on insulin for 3 years now. Don't worry; the story is going to start looking brighter. You've hit your bottom and decided you're tired seeing the doctor on a regular basis, only to be given more medicine, then be told to eat less and exercise more. It seems to be an expensive tape recor

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