A simple and delicious ground beef recipe:
Cook a pound of ground beef, and right about when it’s done, stir in 4 oz of cream cheese, then put in a bowl, then add shredded cheddar cheese.
Fill pancakes with chopped or shredded chicken or pork, roll up and top with Hollandaise Sauce.
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By: A 10 year Zero Carb Diet, meat only, veteran
Subjects covered in this post are, broadly speaking, IF and other forced fasting, Keto and LCHF protocols such as fat-shots, electrolytes and other supplements, restriction of food, macro-manipulations and various other mind-influenced ‘dieting’ interventions:
Most people, when they begin ZC, bring all sorts of LCHF/Keto ideas with them. This includes beliefs about adding extra fat, intermittent fasting and the ‘need’ for electrolytes as well as other supplementation, among many other things.
Mix 7 cups mozzarella cheese with 7 eggs.
Spread on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Sprinkle dried Italian seasoning on top. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes.
Add your favorite toppings. I used cooked ground beef, cooked crumbled bacon and pepperoni.
Sprinkle again with Italian seasoning.
Top with cheese and bake 10 minutes more. I used a pizza blend shredded cheese which had mozzarella and cheddar.
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These can also be made in a waffle maker. They are great with butter and a side of meat. Other options; a soft taco shell, a quesadilla, or wrap, filled with meat and cheese.
2 oz cream cheese
Let the cream cheese soften before blending
Blend until smooth (I use my Bullet)
Then into a hot pan and cook like pancakes…flipping when the batter bubbles in the pan.
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Edited by Yasmin
Unfortunately for some, Zero Carb Health doesn’t do coddling. We tell it like it is directly and devoid of emotional attachment. It is extremely important that we do this because for newbies transitioning off carbs, it can be an emotionally unstable experience.
Based on my experience, these emotional outbursts seem to come from people who are in the 5 “bargaining” stages of mourning carbs.
Gary Taubes has a new book out – The Case Against Sugar. I found links to 3 video lectures by Gary Taubes on dietdoctor.com.
Links to reviews of the book, The Case Against Sugar;
The Sugar Wars – review
Those of us in our search of better health have learned how damaging and addictive sugar is, but it’s not just sugar, it’s really,the taste of sweet, that’s addicting. People, and doctors, think replacing sugar, with artificial sweeteners or other natural sweeteners like, honey, agave, or stevia is better or healthier.
When faced with the major upcoming holidays or occasions, where alcohol will no doubt be frequently offered…… Will you, won’t you? What to do? And if you do, what to expect…so that you don’t make the mistake of thinking that those drinks are no big deal or won’t affect your weight or any other progress your body is starting to make on a Zero Carb diet.
Yes, alcohol is one of those things which some ZC’ers do partake in, now and then. This isn’t a post telling you NOT to have it, if you choose to do so. Instead, it is an attempt to help lend some insight into how to perhaps then change your expectations about your own body and what the effects of alcohol upon it may be, if you do choose to imbibe:
Some of our veterans of Zero Carb:
Many of these people have been eating a zero carb (animal foods) diet for more than 5 years. Some of them are active on the Zero Carb Health Facebook group, some are not as active, or may not even currently be members. Please do not inundate any of these members with private questions unless they initiate such a conversation. This list is posted only after several requests for help with recognizing the names of Zero Carb veterans.
These people may not all be in perfect health, but they have improved their health by sticking to zero carb eating for a period of many years. Also, lots of us have met each other over the years, and can vouch for them being more than just a profile pic on FB.
If you would like your name removed from the list, please let us know. If you feel you were mistakenly left off the list, also let us know.