This was a video I wanted to put together because I had a lot of people reaching out to me asking some specific questions about keto and the keto lifestyle.
I thought that this would be a really great time to share with you some of the things that I’ve learned. So I first off – I want to say I am not an expert in keto.
I am an expert in my own journey of having to eat, low carb and having to learn about sugar and how it really affects our body in a negative way, and learning how to eat to fuel our body with the right fuels. read more
Anderson just turned 10 months old and as you can imagine, my little baby is quickly getting into EVERYTHING around my house (hello, baby proofing!), so keeping him safe has become a top priority as he is crawling, trying to pull up, and ALWAYS on the go.
Even in the bathtub!
Today I’m sharing 3 tips that have helped me keep him safe during bath time, especially now that he’s no longer a “tiny baby” but nearing 20 pounds in weight and VERY wiggly!
Use a Laundry Basket
Yes you heard me right! While his baby bath (we used this one for reference) was great when he was under 6 months old and not very mobile, he is far to large for it now, but I still wanted to contain him in our bathtub and give him something to hold onto as well. read more
This is common question that I get asked a lot, because if you’re interested in maybe switching out some simple swaps of your favorite recipes, one of my first steps is to start with the right flours (the right ingredients) that you need to make your favorite low carb foods.
Just this past week, we’ve made pumpkin spice cookies, we’ve made pumpkin spice bread, and all of these were low carb because we use the right flours!
Listen to hear the answer:
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That’s something that’s really, really, really cool! read more