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    Should You Track Your Food on Keto?
    The keto diet is based on eating good fats, drastically reducing your carbohydrate intake, and moderately limiting protein intake so that your body burns fat for energy instead of glucose. But along with eating more fat and less protein and carbs, it’s also about consuming the right amounts of each based on your goal. That’s where “macros” come in.
    How to Keep a Food Journal
    Have you ever thought about a diary for your dinner, a log for your lunch? What about a breakfast book? Whatever you want to call it, food journaling can help create healthy eating habits and potentially help you lose weight.
    What does Self-Care Really Mean?
    Self-care is defined as the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own physical, mental and emotional health. So how can you start a self-care routine in 2020? We have some simple (yet effective) ways to add a positivity point to your day.
    What is the Paleo Diet?
    Similar to the Keto diet, the Paleo diet is high in good fats, moderate in animal proteins and low in carbohydrates, with grains, dairy and refined sugars cut out. In fact, many people will switch to a Paleo diet after they’ve done Keto because of their similarities.
    What Flour is Keto-Friendly?
    When following a keto plan, flours are not permitted (even the gluten free ones) due to their high carbohydrate content. One of the biggest challenges when it comes to keto baking is finding low-carb flour substitutes that tastes good and has a decent texture. Here we will be discussing the best keto flours to keep stocked in your pantry and use to create some new, keto-friendly favourite baking recipes.
    Can Children Be Low Carb?
    High-carbohydrate foods are so ingrained in modern culture that they have become staples at every meal. For many adults, a ketogenic diet seems like something unnatural and impossible to attain. Thinking about children on a low-carb plan seems outright dangerous. But just like adults, all children will reap the rewards from eating real, unprocessed food and cutting down on sugar, wheat and carbs in general. We debunk some myths about children eating low-carb.
    How to Build a Charcuterie Board
    If you’ve ever hosted a party you know there are always nerves – do you have enough food? Do you have enough variety so everyone has something to eat? That’s when party platters come in - they provide food to snack on throughout the night, they look beautiful (when done right) and can accommodate all the diets!
    How Giving Back Can Reduce Stress & Increase Happiness
    We all know how the Grinch’s Heart grew three sizes when he gave Christmas back to Hoo-ville. But did you know there may be some science and truth behind that story? Discover how giving back to those in need is actually good for your overall well being!
    What is Cyclical Keto & is it Right for You?
    While the standard ketogenic diet can help with weight loss, some speculate that building muscle and increasing strength on keto can be challenging. Some athletes have reported lack of energy or an inability to recover efficiently from strenuous workouts. While these claims are not backed by research, for those concerned or simply unable to commit to going full keto, the cyclical ketogenic diet may be the answer.
    Bulk VS Packaged Foods - Which is Cheaper?
    You have probably heard numerous times that when you shop bulk, it costs you less. And it's TRUE! In fact, we did a price comparison shop to find out just how inexpensive it is
    Keto 101: Healthy Fats
    Contrary to old-school popular belief that ‘fat makes you fat,’ eating healthy fats actually does the opposite. Certain fats help you boost your metabolism and lose fat along with many other amazing benefits.
    Men's Health: Fatigue and Chronic Stress Need to be Addressed
    Warning bells should be going off for men, when feeling “worn out” becomes a normal state of being. Tired and stressed are often signs of prioritizing our many responsibilities above health. While exhausted is not gender specific, men are at higher risk of developing disease and die at higher rates for all the top 10 causes of death including: heart disease, diabetes, liver disease and many cancers.