- 2 eggs
- 2 slices of bacon
- 1/4 spinach
- 1/4 cup of mushrooms
- Olive Oil (I would have used butter, but this was from the work cafeteria)
- 20 ounces of water
From Carb Addiction to Freedom
The definition of addiction is “the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, such as narcotics according to Dictionary.com. That was life 8 weeks ago. My drug of choice was not a narcotic or alcohol. My vice was food. Chewy, gooey, salty or sweet, a delicate treat or lots of carb with little meat. Food has been was my drug of choice for all of my adult years. It was my comfort and in some ways my friend when I didn’t feel like I had anywhere else to turn. more “Ketosis Brought Me From Carb Addiction To Freedom- You can do it too!”
Eating on cloud 9
One of the many things that most people worry about changing to a low-carb lifestyle is giving up bread. We have become a sandwich nation. Taco Bell ran a campaign for years saying think outside the bun, that was a clever way of saying everything else you eat at fast food restaurants has a bun on it, try something different. Well this bread recipe is gluten-free and carb free. It has 3 main ingredients and everything else is just flavoring. It is great for making sandwiches, in this photo, I have made sausage, egg, cheese cloud sandwich.
more “Cloud bread is a great low-carb alternative to traditional bread.”
After 48 hours of waiting my bone broth was complete. Given I have never tasted someone else’s bone broth I am really wonder if this is what it is supposed to be. Well I know I did a few things wrong at the start of this process so that could have something to do with how it turned out. I don’t think it turned out “bad” I just was not sure what I should have got. more “My first Bone Broth Brew made in a Crock Pot”
Remember the time.
Standing at the stove as the sun light started to peek through the window shades this morning felt natural. I could remember the time my great-grandmother was standing at the stove in her kitchen in Tennessee. It was an ancient stove to today’s standards. It still used wood for fuel. But she treated it like it was most important thing in the house. I miss those summer days being a little kid looking up to this, fish catching, shotgun shooting, pig slaughtering, snuff chewing, blue-eyed, dark-skinned woman named Joe. She talked with that Tennessee draw that always makes you feel at home. Every morning she was up before the sun getting breakfast for the family. more “A time to remember”
Making progress the Low Carb Way
Today I wore a size 17 1\2 dress shirt. This is huge deal to me. When I started in March I couldn’t button this shirt up. 2 weeks ago I could get it on but it was snug around the belly. So I didn’t wear it. Today I wore it with room to move. I love these kind of improvements. Scales be damned, lol.
People are asking me how I have lost 44 lbs. in 4 months, “It’s the sugar, stupid.” Now in the abstract that seems like an over simplification, but I am telling you, it is the whole story. As with all of my post now I have included in this one what I ate the day before. The thing you will find very little of is sugar. To me sugar is like kryptonite, it saps me of my strength and health. Over the last few months I have really started learning a lot about how the body works. I know enough to know that some simple truths.
more “Making progress the low-carb way.”
Just add the toppings (Fathead Pizza crust)
I am not a recipe kind of guy so the fact that I am posting one means that I must have thought this must be a great recipe. I had tried many low-carb pizza recipes and have not been able to eat any of them. That cauliflower Pizza crust made me want to stay fat. more “Pizza, Pizza The Best Low-Carb Pizza”
Where do I Start?
People are always asking for a few tips they ask “what do you eat?” most of the time they ask this because they want tips on how to do a Low-Carb diet. Let me say first we are not doctors and we are not trying to give anyone medical advice. Now with that disclaimer out-of-the-way, there is nothing wrong with sharing what meals we eat and why we eat them. We are only going to share a few tips or what we believe worked for us. If you feel you want to try it then we will give you whatever support we can. more “Starter Tips if you want to start A Low-Carb Life”
Welcome to my KetoGenesis Blog!
Words cannot describe, how elated I am be on this ketogenic journey. The Keto way of eating/living has revolutionized my life and for the first time has helped me gain a healthy relationship with food. I am proud to state that my carb addiction has completely dissipated!!!
I am also honored to share my journey with you via A Low-Carb Life. Walker One has become a trusted ally for me and has been an absolute God send on this journey. A Low-Carb Life is well on it’s way to become a mecca of compiled information and resources for healthy living. The tools provided here were designed to catapult you to what could be your healthiest life. Walker One has freely provided insight, sound information, and tools that have helped me along my way. My hope in my partnership with him is that something I share will also provide tools for you to store in your Keto/Healthy Living toolbox. more “Enjoying The Ride”
I am so tired of scales.
I bought one last year that was supposed to be super accurate, you know lasers and all. 3 months ago I realized that depending on where in the house I set the scale it would give me a different weight. Can you imagine weighing 200 in the kitchen but weighing 215 in the bathroom? This made no sense to me, how could I weigh more in one room then the other, up to 15 lbs. difference. more “Get rid of the damn scales”
What if I told you that you have been mislead for the last 45 years. Maybe everyday of your life you have been told the “Big Fat Lie”. We have been told that we get fat because we are lazy and we eat too much while thin people have control and are active. Our entire lives have been divided between people who are more active and eat less compared to the rest of us. We had been told that this was based in science. We were told that the U.S Government had done exhaustive studies and there was no debate. We had been told there was scientific definitive proof, that millions of people became super lazy and ate too much in less than 20 years, and it was all our fault. That was a “Big Fat Lie“. more “The Big Fat Lie, Why We Get Fat”