Again more moronic advice from a moronic "doctor" - tell that to a lion or a cow... they eat the SAME ONE THING over and over, day in day out for the rest of their life - and never need a DOCTOR! You can't get a more rigid follower of a "DIET" than a wild animal. Because they know what their Species Appropriate FOOD is. A lion eats meat. A cow grazes on grass. Neither gets Diabetes, Stroke, Cancer, Heart Disease, Alzheimer's, Dementia or some other Stupid Metabolic Disease. Because their body EVOLVED to process that particular food. Only those humans who eat a "well balanced diet" of all the foods the human species didn't evolve to eat, namely plant foods (grains, carbs, fibre, sugars, leafy greens), get struck down by a whole range of such diseases. Not to mention, also our house pets, who we feed the same CRAPPY carby foods. These FAKE EXPERTS are the reason the world stays deluded & sick!
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Is chicken flesh healthy for human consumption?
Eating chickens is the most common source of Salmonella poisoning. A 2014 issue of Consumer Reports said that 97% of chicken breasts in stores were contaminated with bacteria that could make people sick, & 38% of the Salmonella found was resistant to multiple antibiotics. And, according to a national retail-meat survey by the Food & Drug Administration, 90% of retail chicken showed contamination with fecal matter
PANCREATIC CANCER, LYMPHOMA & LEUKEMIA
The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer & Nutrition (EPIC) study followed 477,000 people for a decade & found a 72% increased risk of pancreatic cancer for every 50g of chicken consumed daily, which is about a quarter of a breast. When a similar result was found for lymphomas & leukemias, the EPIC team acknowledged that while the growth-promoting drugs fed to chickens & turkeys could be playing a role, it might also be cancer viruses found in poultry
A study of about 30,000 Californians found that those who ate red meat at least once a week had about double the risk of developing colon cancer. That risk appeared to triple, however, for those who ate chicken or fish once or more a week
A Harvard study of men with early-stage prostate cancer found those with more aggressive cancer who regularly ate chicken & turkey had up to 4X the risk of prostate cancer progression
Poultry may also be the most fattening meat. Those eating even 1 ounce of chicken a day (think 2 chicken nuggets) had a significantly greater gain in body mass index over a 14-year period than those who consumed no chicken at all. Chickens have been genetically manipulated through selective breeding to now contain 2-3 times more calories from fat than from protein, & even skinless chicken may have more fat, & more artery-clogging saturated fat, than a dozen different cuts of steak
In other words, no. Chicken flesh is NOT healthy. Be vegan.
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Cheese buns - cheesy garlic bread version with spicy queso. Regular cheese bun recipe but I put 3/4 piece Asiago cheese slice on each & mixed in garlic powder. Yummy!!
Saturday SURF & TURF
New York steak crusted with
Pink salt, pepper, garlic powder, and Byron’s rub
Shrimp cooked in a #kerrygold
compound butter with parsley, garlic, and red pepper flakes.
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NOM! Steak cooked by the boo!
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Dinner out with hub and my baby. 8 oz Flo’s filet with asparagus and a Caesar salad (no croutons). I hate about half the steak and like two stalks of the asparagus. At all the salad thought, my favorite 😂 7 net carbs for what I ate.
The best part about these stuffed zucchini is the balance of rich cheese and cream with the onion and zesty jalapeno pepper. If you don’t eat jalapenos you can just omit them and know that this will still be a dish you want to make again and again.
2 medium zucchini squash
4 strips of no sugar added bacon, cooked, cooled and crumbled
½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
¼ cup onion, minced
¼ cup sour cream
2 ounces cream cheese, softened at room temperature
2 tablespoons butter, melted
1 tablespoon jalapeno pepper, minced
Salt & pepper to taste
Optional: Garnish: jalapeno pepper slice and additional bacon crumbles
This makes a total of 4 servings Twice Baked Potato Style Zucchini. Each piece comes out to be 259.25 Calories, 19.64g Fats, 6.08g Net Carbs, and 7.31g Protein.
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Frozen cooked shrimp was on crazy sale so I picked up 3 bags. Still keeping it ultra low carb today so this is all I’m having for dinner. I made my own cocktail sauce with 2 tbsp sugar free ketchup and horseradish to taste (I used a tsp). #keto #shrimpcocktail
Today my #OMAD
was 1447 carbs. 73% fat 4% carbs and 23% protien.
It was a #porkbelly #blt
salad with a lemon aoli dressing and a raspberry kale smoothie.
There are some beers that you could fit in your daily macros, and these are the light lagers, such as:
Budweiser Select 55 – 1.9 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving
michelob Ultra – 2.6 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Budweiser Select – 3.1 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Busch Light – 3.2 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Beck’s Premier Light – 3.8 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Coors Light – 5 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Corona Light – 5 g net carbs per 12 fl oz serving.
Regardless of what you decide to drink, you should plan for it in your daily macros and not have more than one or two drinks for the day.
Regarding the other types of alcohol, anything that tastes sweet is a no-no, and you should avoid sweet wines, mixers, cocktails and flavoured alcohol. If in doubt, skip it and stick to the safe options of beverages listed above.
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