Low Carb, Sugar-free, Gluten-free Cheesecake Recipe

Low Carb, Sugar-free, Gluten-free Cheesecake Recipe

It was my birthday yesterday and so I decided to make my favorite cake: Cheesecake! I only make cheesecake on special occasions, because cream cheese is expensive here in the Philippines. But because I have visitors and I couldn’t find any low carb cakes from where I live, I decided to bake my own. And boy, it … Read More

How Does a Low Carb High Fat / Keto Diet Work for Weight Loss?

How Does a Low Carb High Fat / Keto Diet Work for Weight Loss?

If you came here after hearing about keto diet, you may have already heard about the term ketosis. If not and you’re a total newbie, worry not, because I’m here to help you understand it. What is ketosis? Ketosis is a natural metabolic process in which your body will burn fats instead of glucose to use … Read More

Keto/LCHF Diet: What Are Macros and How to Calculate Them

Keto/LCHF Diet: What Are Macros and How to Calculate Them

In Keto and other forms of Low Carb Diet, it is important to know your macros before starting. What are macros? Macros or macronutrients are the three major nutrients that your body needs. These are carbohydrates, protein and fat. Macronutrients are sourced from food and supplements. In Keto and Low Carb Diet, knowing your macros is … Read More

What is the Low Carb High Fat Diet?

What is the Low Carb High Fat Diet?

Want to lose weight fast without buying pills, drinking “weight loss” coffee/tea or getting a surgery? Do the Low Carb High Fat diet. LCHF or the Low Carb High Fat diet, as a name suggests, is the way of eating in which you will eat carbs/carbohydrates in small amounts and high amounts of fat. It … Read More

When and How I started the Low Carb High Fat Diet?

When and How I started the Low Carb High Fat Diet?

Hi all! Before I get attacked or scolded by passionate keto people and low carbers, please know that I started this way of eating following the rules of Ketogenic/Keto/Ketosis diet. That means my intake of carbohydrates was only 5% of my daily recommended caloric intake. So do not get confused as to why I am … Read More