How to Make Keto Cloud Bread

Oct 23, 2017

We promise, this keto staple recipe only requires a few ingredients, and we're willing to bet that you already have them on hand!

You’ll need softened cream cheese (at room temperature), three large eggs, cream of tartar, sea salt, parchment paper, and a baking sheet—see, easy-peasy.

In addition to requiring a short list of ingredients, making cloud bread only takes about 10 minutes to prep and 30 minutes to bake, for a total time of 40 minutes.

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How Much Fat Should You Eat on a Keto Diet?

Oct 16, 2017

At Konscious Keto, we know a visibly marbled rib-eye steak is a high-quality fat option to eat on a ketogenic diet. 

The question is: can we eat fat without limits on a ketogenic diet, and do calories still impact our weight once we drastically reduce carbs from our meal plan?

And is keto the answer and end to all the sage weight-loss guidelines trusted by the masses of this modern age (e.g., caloric surpluses result in fat storage while deficiencies produce weight loss)?

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What is the Whoosh Effect?

Oct 09, 2017

At Konscious Keto, we understand that anyone who has been on a weight loss journey knows it's a marathon, not a sprint!

The process is usually not straightforward, and shedding weight can be somewhat unpredictable. No matter how well you are following your keto diet, all bodies lose weight differently.

Hitting a plateau during weight loss is normal. Even if you stick to your nutrition plan and exercise to burn calories, you are still likely to hit a plateau. 

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7 Quick Low Carb Diet Tips

Oct 02, 2017

Certain hormones—especially insulin, cortisol, thyroid, leptin, and ghrelin—directly impact our metabolic health and can act as a friend or foe in our efforts to lose weight.

Baring an issue related to hormonal imbalance, your decided caloric daily intake and macronutrient composition in your meal plan has about the most significant impact on weight-loss goals.

If the goal is to gain lean muscle mass, you want to increase caloric intake and even consider increasing fat or protein macros a bit. 

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Should I Follow a Protein Diet Plan for Weight Loss?

Sep 25, 2017

Our hunger levels and signals are dictated by our hormones, mainly ghrelin which is known as the hunger hormone.

Protein also enhances the production of gut hormones like peptide tyrosine (PYY) and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), both of which aid in feelings of fullness and satiety.

Thanks to the appetite suppression caused when we consume protein, eating more protein is often related to less caloric intake which naturally leads to creating a deficit and promoting weight loss.

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