We all tend to live in the hamster wheels of our comfort zones; maintaining that baseline level of contentment or happiness that we have become accustomed to. And at some point in our lives we might find ourselves feeling trapped by our cyclic responsibilities, and frustrated with our same-old, go-nowhere routines. This is a sign that we are unwell.
The best of both: worlds: a silky chocolate cream cheesecake on a golden flaky buttery crust, topped with a delicate sweet whipped cream that won't run or melt. This pie has everything you're looking for, did I mention sugar free and low carb?
Counting your macro intake leads to much better results than just counting calories alone. Even if you are maintaining the right number of daily calories, if your macro ratio is too far off the mark, then your body won't be in peak operating condition.
The leading cause of death among Americans is chronic diseases. Diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer and stroke. These ailments are not something that we are catching, they are symptoms of what we do to ourselves...
The two different equations that I discuss here are used to calculate daily calories (aka Total Daily Energy Expenditure or TDEE): The Katch-McArdle Formula, and The Mifflin-St Jeor Equation. However, before we get to those, we will need look at the activity level multipliers because they apply universally to both methods.
An easy to make, golden, flaky, and buttery pie crust. Made from coconut flour, it is both low carb and gluten free.
This recipe couldn't be easier, and will make chocolate bars that are ready ten minutes after they're in the fridge, and they'll be gone in half the time after that!