There is a lot of support showing that a low glycemic (low carb, low insulin) diet with higher amounts of good fats than protein, can be quite a healthy approach for those wishing to lose weight, reduce inflammation, and support brain function. By controlling insulin, one can have stable blood sugar levels, and access more fat reserves throughout the day.
If you feel this approach may be good for you, please meet with us to learn more about Ketogenic Diets so that we can help you create a plan that works for you. Some people have gallbladder or liver issues, and may require some digestive enzymes. The purpose of this post is to give you an example of my meal choices.
Break Your Fast
For breakfast, I typically like to have an omelette with a side of greens and avocado.
Mid Day Meal
For my lunch I typically pack a salad with a fatty meat source and lots of greens.
For dinner, I really enjoy making soup. Here is a broccoli cream soup.
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