Make all your meals FATS Approved

To make your meals FATS approved there are two things you must watch for; STEP 1 Calculate the FAT % on the label to make sure it is over 70% FAT. If it is then STEP 2 Calculate the CARB % and make sure it is below 5%.

FATS Approved Recipes

To help you get started we’ve compiled a few FATS approved recipes

FATS Approved Grocery List

When grocery shopping you may find it helpful to have this list to help as a quick reference guide to FATS Approved ingredients.

Grocery List

Benefits of Adjusting
your Food:

    • Weight-loss*

    • Reduced cravings*

    • Better Mental Focus*

    • Increased Energy*

    • Lowers Blood Pressure*

    • Increased level of HDL Cholesterol*

    • Helps Fight Type II Diabetes*

FATS Approved On-the-Run

Combine natural energy sources that are appropriate for both morning and afternoon.  They combine healthy fats to support ketosis with all 9 essential amino acids to improve muscle retention and growth,  and natural compounds from fruit that may be lacking in a ketogenic diet such as: proanthocyanidins,  anthocyanins and phenolic acids.

FORGET THE BUN

Getting rid of the bread on a burger wrap instantly slashes the carbs. If they aren’t used to having some order without the bun, ask for them to serve it in a bowl or other container and provide you with a fork.

 

GET DRESSINGS OR SAUCE
ON THE SIDE

If you aren’t sure about their nutrition information. Many of them are sweetened a lot. Look for the fattier options like Caesar, Ranch, Cheese & Oil dressings first.

 

FOCUS ON MEAT, CHEESE & VEGGIES

These are typically “safe” ingredients that don’t contain as many hidden carbs as toppings or sauces. Ask about your options for making a meal out of these, even if it’s from side dishes.

AVOID BREADED & FRIED THINGS

They’re either cooked in terrible oils or breaded with carbs. Look for grilled options instead.

 

BE WARY OF SALADS

They’ll seem like a good way to get extra vegetables and replace the bread, but most fast food salads have added dried fruits, nuts coated with sugar, high-carb dressings, croutons, and more. Always check the ingredients before diving into a salad.

 

WHEN IN DOUBT, AVOID

Try to avoid places without online nutrition information. It’s so easy to eat something with a gargantuan carb count unknowingly. A little fasting is better than a day’s worth of carbs from a few accidential teaspoons of an added dressing or sauces.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.