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Foods For Weight Loss And Energy : How to Start a Keto Diet

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Foods For Weight Loss And Energy

How to Start a Keto Diet

How to Start a Keto Diet

The ketogenic diet has been rising in popularity, and for good reason — it is simple and yields significant results. Whether you want to lose fat, increase energy, enhance brain health, improve your blood sugar levels, or improve your overall health, keto may be the diet you are looking for.

However, before we learn how to start a keto diet, we must develop a deeper understanding of what it is and why it is so effective. Knowing the what and why behind this way of eating plays an integral role in your keto diet success as well as knowing how to get started.

For more in-depth information about starting the ketogenic diet check out the full article on Ruled.Me: https://www.ruled.me/how-to-start-a-keto-diet/

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10 Comments

  1. grilled stuffed jalapeño peppers
    Marinade: 2 cloves garlic, minced 2TBSP wine vinegar 1/3 c olive oil
    you will need 16 peppers, 4 Oz. cream cheese, 4 Oz goat cheese and 3/4 cup shredded monterey jack cheese and 2 TBSP chopped cilantro

    you can buy a pepper roaster rack which i have but don't recommend or as I do…lay the peppers on the side length wise and see which way is more flat. cut lengthwise skimming the side/tops off creating a boat-like appearance. Leaving the peppers heads on will keep in the cheese while cooking. Create marinade in a small bowl shallow enough for marinade but big enough for peppers. whisk together minced garlic and vinegar, slowly adding olive oil. place peppers in the glass bowl pouring marinade over, refrigerate 2 hours.
    Prepare stuffing: in a medium bowl blend and mix together cream cheese, goat cheese monterey jack cheese and cilantro. Place stuffing inside peppers and continue adding until the peppers appear full. try not to overstuff as you will not have enough to go around.
    Wrap peppers gently and tightly with a full strip bacon, you made place a toothpick through pepper to hold ban only if you feel it necessary. I have become really good and don't need toothpicks anymore.
    Preheat oven to 400 degrees, bake at 400 for 40 minutes. You may need to adjust your cooking time if you're using gas, always set the timer for 35 minutes and check accordingly.
    Be careful when removing, bacon grease might pop or splash. cool 5 minutes and enjoy!
    If you want to try the pepper roaster, it is called Norpro stainless steel/knockdown pepper roaster. But I use a foil lined cookie sheet because the peppers like to lay down while cooking. And I got tired of them always falling over

  2. Wanted to do this but the diet would further decrease my deteriorating kidney functions. Not for those with kidney disease.

  3. Thank you so much for this information. I look forward to starting the Keto diet, and you just made it that much easier 🙂

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