In our first Ask The Expert post, we discuss a common question we hear a lot about fish oil and omega-3s: "How do I make sure my omega-3 supplements don't oxidize?" You might be surprised to learn the role that Almonds play in preventing omega-3 oxidation, inside your own body!
After the coco de mer, the coconut is the world’s second largest seed––but as far as versatility and refreshingness go, no other nut casts a larger shadow. The beautiful allure of the coconut is that it is like a self-contained meal in an organic container. Inside a healthy young coconut you’ll find both thirst-quenching relief and keto-friendly fats. And, it works great as compost in your garden! Of course, once a coconut falls off a tree anything could happen––That’s why we wanted to create this helpful guide to the world of coconut-derived products and how they can best be applied in...
Check your pulse. If you’ve got one, then you probably don’t need to be convinced as to why chocolate is one of the most beloved foods on earth. Chocolate is the good stuff: It’s rich, earthy, fruity, dark, comforting and complex all at once. Even its scientific name, Cacao Theobroma, derives from the Greek for “food of the gods.” However, many people who adopt the keto lifestyle tend to overlook the importance and general goodness of cacao due to its frequent collaboration with the sworn enemy of ketosis: sugar.