Whether you’re on a “ketogenic diet” or you’re just trying to up your energy in a healthier and more sustainable way, monitoring your carbohydrate intake is a great starting point. While some may think you need carbs in order to have energy, that’s not always the case. On a ketogenic diet with the amazing products that you can obtain in the Dominican Republic, you can up your intake of healthy fats for your body to burn slowly, rather than stocking up on white flour and starchy fruits, which your body torches pretty speedily.
On a typical diet (on which we consume lots of carbs in many of our favorite foods), you may be feeling sluggish and not know why. Carbs could have a lot to do with that 3 pm energy drop. On a high-carb diet, your body will hold onto water, making you feel bloated, but with meals low in carbs and high in proteins and fats, your body will quickly drop that extra water weight.
You may assume that removing pasta, potatoes, and bread will be miserable, but these low-carb bowls with typical Caribbean products prove that theory absolutely false. Ready to fill up? Click through the recipes ahead.
It is an easy chai chia pudding (what a tongue twister!) It’s a combination of my Keto Overnight Chia Pudding and Keto Masala Chai, topped with pistachios and a couple of cheeky shavings of dark chocolate.
Ramen is a style of noodle, served in a broth with various toppings, often including meat. It’s considered an art form, where kitchens spend hours preparing their secret recipes.
Simply the best keto low carb green smoothie bowl recipe – and it actually tastes delicious!
Quick, easy, healthy, diabetic friendly, and sugar-free, too.
The Tilapia is a very mild fish that become exquisite when you kick it up with some spices. There are many different textures that you get from this bowl. The fish is tender, the cabbage is crunchy, the sauce is creamy. It all works together to make the perfect bite.
This super fast and easy stir-fry meal has ground beef with cabbage, carrots, and scallions. It only takes 20 minutes — 5 minutes of prep plus 15 minutes of cooking — and you’ve got yourself a protein-packed dish.