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Recommended Keto Book & Meal Plans

Recommended Keto Book
The Keto Diet, by Leanne Vogel

Keto meal plans for $ .26 per day? I’ve had people ask me for meal plans, but I cannot beat the price of one of the industry’s Keto Queens in the world: Leanne Vogel. So take a look at her meal plan deals. It is her first keto book that I love, one comprehensive resource that offers flexibility, humor, and empathy.

I have been doing this keto WOE (way of eating) for about a year, and still consider myself a newbie. Like most keto warriors, I have experienced confusion and conundrums, missteps and masterpiece recipes, and also victories and benefits and experimentation that have convinced this is the way of eating for me. I cannot believe the energy I now have, and I am off 3 out of 4 drugs for depression and fatigue. Friends of mine have taken notice, and I’ve hosted keto sampler parties to spread the good news, and started this blog in January 2018. I am THAT stoked about it. I was outside drinking my vitamin-rich Hibiscus Tea and having some quality me time, so I recorded a few pages as I flipped through the book.

Read Reviews of the Keto book

Click Here To Read Reviews or Buy It. Let me share why I like it. First, I trust it. There are 4 solid pages of sources the author used to write it. I belong to some chat groups online. Most are very supportive, but there are some serious keto police out there nagging, and lots of cases of the blind leading the blind, offering inaccurate advice. Second, it has gorgeous pictures, and lots of them, on every recipe! Third, the organization. There are sidebars and graphs and cross references. Fourth, the options. The author has alternatives for people with varying food tolerances, so dairy free or nightshade free? It’s all covered. And fifth, the author covers the nitty gritty: the keto flu, constipation, bad breath, all of it! The author has a website with so much info as well: Healthful Pursuit.

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What Keto Has Done For Me

I hope Keto can do for you what it’s done for me, first and foremost, give me hope that I will never be a slave to food again. And that I can prevent disease and continue to enjoy less pain in my joints, more energy, less brain fog, and more. For a few ideas on how to stock your keto kitchen, I wrote this post. Please poke around the blog…I keep ads to a minimum so that you can read uninterrupted. You will see links to products I like, and if you choose to buy them, you will pay NO additional costs but I will earn a small commission. Thank you! I’d love to hear any stories you may have about discovering a keto version of a favorite non-keto snack or meal. Share in the comments. We are all doing this keto life together, no matter the version of keto that we choose for ourselves, from lazy keto to strict. Best of luck and Keto On, Warriors!

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Creamy Keto Shakes

Look at these luscious green ingredients! Talk about green, with fiber! Creamy shakes or smoothies come from one of nature’s best foods: avocados. You can’t taste it OR the spinach, when blended with full-fat cream, stevia, salt, vanilla and ice chips. Or you can use berries. Or cocoa. Or coconut milk. Or cinnamon. What’s your pleasure?

1 cup crushed ice – 1/2 cup water – 1/4 cup full fat whipping cream – 1 tablespoon stevia – 1/4 avocado – 1/2 teaspoon vanilla – pinch mineral salt

Squeamish about the avocado? Start with cocoa or low-carb fruit you DO like!


You will need a good blender, because of the ice and especially if you are sensitive to texture. My ninja annihilates the spinach so there’s no grit. It comes with that single serving cup you see that has a lid to attach to blender, as well as the full size container for multiple servings. Experiment with varying amounts of the ingredients as you ease into a keto way of eating. Create and explore flavors.


Free yourself from sugar addiction by eating full fat, healthy oils like coconut oil, avocado oil (or the whole avocado), olive oil, ghee, grass-fed butter. Avoid processed foods that have removed the fat and replaced it with sugar. Eating fat does not make you fat. Eating sugar does. Research. Reclaim your life. Don’t fall for products that claim to be solutions. You can do this!

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