A meal that’s heavy in sugar and starch is no way to start your day – especially if you’re following the ketogenic diet.
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These recipes from functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, are a great way for anyone — keto or not — to bring real, whole, fresh foods (including non-starchy vegetables) to your plate first thing in the morning.
The jicama serves as a lighter alternative to traditional potato, while turkey bacon is a stand-in for pork.
This versatile, protein-packed meal is easy on your digestive system and always a hit with the kids, too.
A creamy, low-carb smoothie is a great way to start your day and get into fat-burning mode. And ginger is great for digestions.
What’s the easiest way to upgrade a plate of greens? Put an egg on top! This tasty and comforting dish is good for breakfast – or lunch or dinner.
For those who don’t want coffee, this latte is a great morning drink that provides healthy fat without caffeine.
With a few veggies and precooked sausage, you can have this satisfying, savory frittata on the table in under 45 minutes.