Slim down, get healthy, and go keto the right way with 150 keto-aligned recipes from the bestselling author of The Keto Reset Diet
On the heels of Mark Sisson’s bestselling The Keto Reset Diet comes a roadmap to starting—and staying—keto. You will transition away from carbohydrate dependency and weight loss frustrations into the world of metabolic flexibility, where you can reprogram your metabolism to use fat for fuel. You'll ditch processed grains, sugars, and refined vegetable oils in favor of nutrient-dense, high-fat foods. With the delicious, diverse meals in this cookbook, your journey will be enjoyable, convenient, and free from the risk of backsliding and burnout that comes with a rushed approach to keto.
The Keto Reset Diet Cookbook will help you replace your old favorites—for every meal—with keto-approved substitutes:
• Breakfast (Cream Cheese Pancakes; Hearty Coconut N’Oatmeal)
• Lunch (Broccoli-Cauliflower Soup; Avocado Stuffed with Salmon Salad)
• Dinner (Braised Short Ribs with Mashed Cauliflower; Cheesy Eggplant-Spinach Casserole)
• Sides (Italian Stuffed Spaghetti Squash; Turnip Noodles with Dandelion Pesto)
• Dessert (Dairy-Free Avocado Mousse; Chai Panna Cotta)
• Snacks (Lemon Protein Balls; Bacon Party Mix)
With these recipes, and many more, you'll experience a new world of low-carb culinarypossibilities and lasting health.
In this solid, informative follow-up to The Keto Reset Diet, Sisson includes 150 recipes to give initiates as well as longtime followers more ketogenic mealtime options. Rather than ditching all carbs and sugars and diving deep into the admittedly difficult program, Sisson advises readers to slowly transition to the low-carb keto diet, integrating friendly snacks (dark chocolate, hard-boiled eggs) and replacing ingredients along the way. Once they're on board, dieters are sure to appreciate Sisson's creativity: radish crunch salad with citrus vinaigrette; crab-stuffed fish pinwheels; and a luscious cr me fraiche spatchcocked chicken with creamy brussels sprouts are just a few of the surprises, which greatly outnumber expected dishes like bacon-wrapped sausage and chicken thighs. Sweets are a common hurdle for keto devotees, and while the courageous may opt for the suggested dill pickle soup ("something about the crunchiness and the salty acidity knocks down cravings," Sisson asserts), they may be more drawn to chocolate pecan muffin tops or coconut-almond bites. Wherever readers fall on the keto spectrum, they're likely to find new recipes to add to their rotation. \n
The Keto Diet Bible
Simple and delicious recipes! Change your life with the cookbook!!