The only truly keto-friendly protein bar on the market is from Adapt Your Life, Dr. Eric Westman’s company. Low-carb (2 grams), moderate protein (5 grams), and high-fat (8 grams), these tasty little morsels give keto dieters an on-the-go option for a quick snack or the occasional dessert-like treat. The Coffee Shots are designed to be a convenient travel option for making Bulletproof-style coffee, with coconut oil, MCT oil, and butter, sweetened with just a touch of stevia.
On this episode of keto chat, Mikayla and Carole sample:
Cookies and Cream Adapt Bar
Lemon Cheesecake Adapt Bar
Chocolate Adapt Bar
Vanilla Coffee Shot
Hazelnut Coffee Shot
Have you tried any of the Adapt Your Life products?
The Hypnotic Nutrition taste testers are back again sampling some very high fat, heavy whipping cream. Along with Carole and Mikayla, this time we also have guest taste tester Daniel Andras, Registered Dietitian and self-proclaimed “fat snob”. Did we all agree on our favorite and least favorite?
The heavy cream and heavy whipping cream we tasted:
Nutritionist Carole Freeman gets together with her intern Mikayla and Jim Kellner, Hypnotist and Comedian, to taste test 4 different kinds of butter and share their favorite ways to incorporate butter into their daily meals.
What do we talk about in this video?
Does grass-fed Kerrygold butter live up to the hype?
Which butter tastes like butter-flavored butter?
Why is some butter salted and other butter not salted?
What is CLA and why have people been duped into spending money on it?
And don’t miss Jim’s secret for dropping 10 more pounds in the last month.
What is your favorite way to eat butter? Have you ever eaten butter on cheese?
The Keto Chat crew is back with another taste test for you. It’s a hard job, but someone has to do it: taste all the bacon! In this episode, we taste 6 different kinds of bacon – from high-end, sugar-free paleo bacon to good ol’ Oscar Mayer bacon, plus a bargain bacon that I picked up while shopping and a couple of others. Which one stands out above the rest? Which one falls so flat (literally falling on the floor) that even my cats won’t touch it?
Have you been eyeing all those fancy, schmancy, gourmet mayo jars at the store or online and wondering, are they really worth the price?
We taste tested 3 popular mayos for you. Yes, three keto, fat-adapted people eating mayo straight out of the jar, with a spoon, in order to give you all the details on the appearance, texture, mouthfeel, and flavors, plus our overall rating. Find out which ones are worth the price.
Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Mayonnaise
Price: $3.99 (purchased from Whole Foods Market, March 24, 2016)