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August 3, 2014 by Leanne Vogel March 2, 2017
Grain-free, low-carb, keto bread recipe made entirely of flaxseed with a very bread-like texture. Perfect for toast and sandwiches. 3 weeks of my new keto eating style are in my back pocket and my daily keto recipe ideas are starting to take shape (lucky for you, you’re in for a real keto treat. This is going to be awwwwesome!) Following a low carb, high fat, keto, moderate protein path while staying dairy-free and 100% whole foods based has been quite the adventure.
Changing the way you eat goes beyond the physical. It's about accepting where you are, releasing expectations and letting go.There is a definite challenge that comes with any change of eating style. It goes far beyond switching up the way we eat, reaching us on a metaphysical level. The first couple of weeks on keto were the hardest. At first, I felt like I was missing out by eating only keto-friendly foods- a challenging feeling to sit with when I’ve been in the business of showing thousands of women how to transform this way of perceiving eating style changes. [button link=”https://www.healthfulpursuit.com/shop/keto-bundle/” position=”center” target=’_blank’]BECOME A FAT BURNING MACHINE WITH ME[/button] The frustration of not knowing what to eat, how to order keto-friendly foods at restaurants and how best to stay strong, patient and accepting has slowly began to fall into a rhythm. Each day is easier. So I didn’t get overwhelmed, I prepared keto “snack plates” (examples of my keto meals on my Instagram page) to help me effortlessly keep track of my macro nutrient ratios and the affect each individual food has on my body. Now that I’ve gotten my feet a bit wet in the ketogenic style, my keto recipe ideas are beginning to stir. The first, was to create a high-fiber bread that was low-carb, keto, moderate protein and extremely high in fiber (I’m aiming for 30 grams of fiber/day so need all the help I can get). The beauty of this low-carb, keto bread recipe is that it goes beyond being good for sandwiches. You can toast it, you can freeze it, you can travel with it… it’s so versatile! The lignans in flaxseed alter the way estrogens are metabolized in your body, making them safer, and the fiber helps keep digestion running smoothly (make sure to drink lots of water!). This keto bread is just too good to be true, really. Whether you’re grain-free, dairy-free or playing around with a low-carb, keto approach, you have to try this bread. If there’s one bit of advice I can give you? Double up on the recipe, for real. Recipe lightly adapted from About.com
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.
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