Pescatarian Keto Success Tip: Pre Plan Meals

I think planning my meals in advance has been crucial to my success at sticking to my diet. It’s surprising to me how powerful this habit is. Tracking in the moment as I went about my day was time consuming and frustrating, especially on my previous attempts at 20 net carbs. Some programs like South Read more about Pescatarian Keto Success Tip: Pre Plan Meals[…]

Keto vs. Plant Based Pescatarian Keto: My Experience

I hopped on the keto/low carb/very low carb train many years ago. I kept my carbs as low as possible and ate a lot of animal products, cheese, fatty dairy, and some olive oil. I didn’t worry about how much protein I was eating as long as my carbs were low. I did everything “right”. Read more about Keto vs. Plant Based Pescatarian Keto: My Experience[…]

Diet Update: Keto Pescatarian

I’ve recently made changes to my diet. I am currently following a 20 net carb plant predominant keto pescatarian way of eating. Contrary to popular belief, a ketogenic diet does NOT need to be high in bacon, butter, cheese, and meat. The only animal products I consume are organic pasture-raised eggs and wild caught seafood. Read more about Diet Update: Keto Pescatarian[…]

Are Diets Restrictive?

Well…yeah. But why is that bad? Why does that cause many people to feel “deprived”? Most diets restrict or eliminate processed foods and added sugars, which are strongly linked to inflammation, obesity, and chronic disease. Many successful diets also take a phased approach, beginning with a more restrictive initial phase and then widening food choice Read more about Are Diets Restrictive?[…]

Emotional Eating

You’ve got a healthy eating plan, you’re eating mostly real whole food, eating enough…but you can’t quite shake feelings of deprivation, of wanting more…or any other emotional state that leads you to abandon your weight management goal. Perhaps some or all situations are familiar to you: Someone brings in cupcakes to work and you get caught Read more about Emotional Eating[…]

3 Simple Food Tips

Here are three simple tips that can help you increase the quality of your diet:   Opt for real, whole, unprocessed foods. Vegetables! Fruits! Wild caught seafood! This is real food, and it’s delicious.   Check the ingredients list to make sure there’s no added sugar. Especially pay attention to nuts/nut butters and spices/seasonings/condiments.   Read more about 3 Simple Food Tips[…]