It’s been quite some time since my last podcast episode and this new one is sure not to disappoint! Chris Bair was kind enough to take the time to discuss his magnificent product, KetoChow and what is going on with KetoChow 2.0 (the newest version of his meal replacement Ketogenic shake, yes, you read that right!). We discuss flavors that didn’t do as well as he thought they would, new possible flavors and even discuss BBQ.
Since January 1 2017 my wife and I have been doing strictly Keto eating but since my wife has such a demanding job she asked if I knew of a ‘shake’ that fits into this lifestyle….I didn’t expect what I found at http://reddit.com/r/ketochow and finally KetoChow.xyz ! My wife ordered 2 weeks worth of KetoChow and not only is she amazed at her energy level but also at the rate of dropping weight. Her current favorite is Chocolate Peanut Butter which has been described as many on Reddit as “a liquefied reeses” (yes please!)
2017 marks 10 years of The Low Carb Show. I always felt terrible when I wasn’t eating less than 30 grams of carbs and still cannot put my finger on why I didn’t push myself harder to continue on when all was so amazing. Well, as of this morning I am committed to 60 days of sub 20 grams of carbs per day and will be focussed mostly with the KETO and LCHF lifestyles which in my opinion IS what LOW CARB is all about! In the past I have wanted to do SO MUCH with LCS but the past 10 years have created so many detours such as having my son, buying my house, starting a business and I doing several other podcasts. I love doing LCS and as of today I only commit to continuing the podcast and writing about what I am doing to keep myself on track!
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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.
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