Is the Lower Carb Bread suitable for a keto diet? A healthy ketogenic diet is a very prescriptive diet. The rules dietary rules include consuming about 75% fat, 10-30% protein, and no more than 5-10% (20 to 50 grams) of carbs per day. The focus is on high-fat (healthy fats preferably), low-carb foods like eggs, meats, dairy, nuts/seeds, and low-carb vegetables, as well as sugar-free beverages which include coffee and tea as long as sugar is not added.
In a world where convenience is much sought after, it is often forgotten about the reality of life. Food has been converted into convenient packaging for grab and go, you can have meals delivered to your door, you can pick something off a shelf just add water and voila!
Food intolerances seem to be a growing modern situation. Why they seem to be growing in numbers is not fully understood. Without understanding how they have evolved, the understanding that food science can be used to minimise the adverse reaction has been assessed and achieved.
Beginning a low FODMAP diet (the elimination phase) can be extremely daunting. The fact that it is called an ‘elimination’ phase suggests that there will be lots of food restriction