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January 21, 2015 by Leanne Vogel March 1, 2018An introduction to the keto meals I prepare on a high-fat, low carb, ketogenic eating plan. Includes egg-free keto days, vegetarian keto days, and my favorite nourishing whole keto foods from fats, proteins, vegetables and beyond. When I tell people that I eat upwards of 80% fat, they immediately think that I gorge on fast food or eat coconut oil from a spoon. Gross to both things, coconut oil on a spoon? Yuck. What does eating “high-fat” or “keto” look like? In today’s video, I’ve outlined my favorite keto meals, foods and combinations to give you a clear picture of what a whole food based ketogenic eating plan is comprised of. Hint: there’s lots of greens! A must-watch if you’re curious about what comprises a high-fat, keto meal plan, or you’re living high-fat, keto and are in need of keto meal planning inspiration. For video mini guide & transcript PDF, scroll down. Get the mini guide & transcript now. What’s your favorite way to boost the fats in your keto meals? My favorite, is a fresh batch of keto guacamole (made from 2-3 avocados) with a bunch of fresh vegetables – celery, cucumber and raw fennel. Share your keto experiments, keto recipes and approach to your personal eating style in the comments below. Your wisdom encourages thousands of women from all over the globe to play with their food and develop an eating style that works best for their body. Share, share, share!
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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.