Coffee and Crispy Walnuts

Coffee and Walnut cake used to be one of my favourite indulgences, but afterwards I usually would suffer all the side effects of eating sugar and wheat. I have recently discovered that toasted walnuts and a cup of good roasted coffee is just as nice. They have the added advantage of containing Omega 3 fatty … Continue reading Coffee and Crispy Walnuts


Fermented Foods

These days fermented foods are getting quite a lot of attention in the world of health and nutrition. This is partly because they contain high levels of probiotics which promote good gut bacteria as well as other health benefits.  Fermented foods really compliment an LCHF lifestyle as they are typically very low in net carbohydrates. Kimchee … Continue reading Fermented Foods

Cut the Sugar – including the artificial ones

I came across this interesting article on diet drinks. With the traditional model of weight control being calories in versus calories out, diet drinks are often thought of being a good substitute for sugary drinks. Sugar has widely been replaced  by HFCS and artificial sweeteners in manufactured foods and drinks. Not so! As well as … Continue reading Cut the Sugar – including the artificial ones