My wife and I made a recipe recently, courtesy of Wendy Polisi of Kicking Carbs, which was tasty and easy: Grilled Lemon Pepper Chicken. We made it on a George Forman Grill and had French-cut green beans and tater tots as sides. All told, the meal was 31 net carbs, and I had half a piece of chicken left over which I had the next day for lunch with a side of spinach. Read on for the recipe, nutritional information, and more. If you’re also making this using a George Forman Grill, make sure to look up the appropriate amount of time to cook your chicken. Enjoy!
Here’s another low-carb recipe for you, courtesy of Wendy Polisi of Kicking Carbs: Keto Chili Cheese Dog Casserole! My wife and I had this recently for dinner, and it was good. However, two things are worth noting — first, the recipe says to preheat the oven from the get-go; this is incorrect as you have many preparatory steps to take before the oven is even needed. Second, I added leftover Banza macaroni and cheese shells to my leftovers of this casserole and it made it eminently better than the recipe below. I strongly encourage you to do the same if you’re looking to make this more flavorful, interesting, and satisfying. Read on for the recipe, nutritional information, and more. Enjoy!
I’ve got another low-carb recipe for you, courtesy of Wendy Polisi of Kicking Carbs. What is this recipe? Keto Taco Casserole! My wife and I had this tonight for dinner, and I topped it off with some Atkins Nacho Cheese Protein Chips, which gave it a nice crunch. Read on for the recipe, nutritional information, and more. Enjoy!
I’ve been doing Atkins for less than two months, and I’ve already lost more than six pounds and went from a 36-inch waist to 34 inches. For decades, the American Medical Association espoused that a low-fat diet was the way to lose weight, and that people should eat plenty of carbohydrates. Clearly, they couldn’t have been more misguided as half of all Americans are obese and nearly 35 million have diabetes. On July 7, 2002, Gary Taubes published an article in The New York Times demonstrating how Dr. Robert C. Atkins was right, and the United States medical establishment was wrong. It’s a fascinating piece, and I hope you enjoy the full article below.