Eating better, losing real weight, and moving pounds on your waistline. Yes, no matter what your reasons, you are in for a surprisingly good treat. Giving you amazing, easy-to-follow recipes, and must-know information about the keto diet style and its necessary components. Yes, 50 Top Ketogenic Recipes is your must-have resource for starting and utilizing the ketogenic diet properly. Get into keto today and learn how good it can feel to lose weight and lead a brilliantly-healthy lifestyle using these must-have recipes.
The 50 Top Ketogenic Recipes cookbook contains:
"50 Easy-to-Follow Recipes using the top recipes for weight loss and taste.
"Instructions for Every Recipe jump-starting your ketogenic diet with ingredient lists for each recipe and including yummy, properly-balanced meals.
"A Complete Overview explaining the fundamentals of the best-kept secret (ketogenic diet), and the science behind why it definitively works.
"A Vital Look at Health Issues Stemming from US-Based Diets illustrating why the change in eating needs to happen now, for us and future generations as a whole.
Recipes in this title include: Keto Peanut Muffins, Wonderfully-Warming Winter Porridge, Yummy Berries with Coconut Cream, BLT Mayo Wrap with Avocado, Chicken-Broccoli Casserole with Cheese, Yummy Chicken Noodle Soup, Perfect Shrimp with Mushroom Noodles, Gorgeous Sea Bass Topped with Avocado Dressing, and much, much more!
Endorsed fully by the experts at the Mayo Clinic and widely valued in the professional nutrition community, the ketogenic diet has been scientifically proven as a go-to, valuable, healthy, and effective way of achieving real, long-term weight loss. Consisting of low-carb, high fat foods that prompt the body to become a literal "fat-burning machine!"
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It is exactly what it claims to be. There are some very good recipes in the book. My only problem with it (and it's rather big) is that there is no indication of how many servings the recipe makes; nor any nutritional information on the servings. The first recipe calls for 14 eggs. I can only imagine this is for a large group. How many servings is it though? It says pour evenly into muffin tins. How many tins? Big ones, small ones? Mini? Nothing. Just combine this all and pour into tins... On to recipe 2. How many carbs? Protein? Do you want me to calculate 14 eggs, various cheese, veggies, for the whole book? So for what it's worth, yes the recipes look fantastic. Just not as planned out as other books.