In partnership with FaveHealthyRecipes, my son recently started the Atkins Diet and has lost 17 pounds in 3 or 4 weeks on the diet. It has been remarkably simple for him — even dealing with school lunches. We prepare a couple lunches as week for him, and he eats deli sandwiches (no bread) or salads with eggs and meat for when he eats at school. This was one of his first low carb items he prepared himself, and it turned out really well. Puppy chow was one of his past favorites, and now he has a good low carb conversion for it.
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1/2 cup “Natural” peanut butter
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup butter
3 tbsp cocoa powder
4 tsp Splenda or liquid equivalent
6 oz Original or unflavored pork rinds
2 tbsp powdered Splenda
Makes 12 Servings.
Nutrition Info per serving (1/2 – 3/4 oz):
204 Calories, 17.6g Fat, 3g Total Carbs (1.0g Fiber), 10.2g Protein
**Depending on your view of peanuts (as a nut or legume), this recipe may be considered E-IF or OWL. Dr. Atkins was never clear in his books how to treat them.
FYI – as any good dad, I am protective of my kids, so any perceived negative comments about my son will be subject to immediate block.
When low-carb podcaster Jimmy Moore attempted to interview a high-carb, starch-based vegan diet advocate named Dr. John McDougall on his top-rated iTunes health podcast “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” he was genuinely interested in having a civilized conversation about the role of diet in a healthy lifestyle. But what happened next could very easily be described as bizarre, surreal and completely laughable. So in honor of how the interview went, enjoy this special chipmunk edition of Episode 686 of The LLVLC Show that aired on Monday, June 2, 2013.
Listen to the original podcast interview at the official web site: http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/7974/686-dr-john-mcdougall-explains-why-everyone-should-be-eating-starchy-carbs
Listen to the original podcast interview on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/686-dr.-john-mcdougall-explains/id324601605?i=160452100
Visit http://foodbabe.com for more info. No one should be eating Kraft Mac & Cheese with a warning label like this. Please share this info with your friends and family – especially those with children. Thank you for spreading the word.
Flo visited Tesco Extra in Ponders End, Enfield, North London to demonstrate there are boxes of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese that are imported into the United Kingdom from the United States that require a special warning label to alert consumers of potentially harmful ingredients that Kraft is using in their products. The US boxes of Kraft Mac & Cheese sold in the UK. have 2 different warning labels required by UK law.
Warning #1: This Product May Cause Adverse Effects On Activity And Attention In Children
This warning label is required because The US version of Kraft Mac & Cheese has artificial food dyes yellow #5 and yellow #6 which are proven to be linked to hyperactivity in children.
Warning #2: GMO Declaration: Made from genetically modified wheat. (May contain GMO)
This warning label is required because the US version of Kraft Mac & Cheese contains GMOs.
Note: GMO wheat is illegal in the US and not approved for human consumption.