Eight years of zero-carb eating and “have never looked or felt better!”

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Before and after

It is possible to live on an extremely strict keto low-carb diet, a so-called zero-carb diet, and it could bring benefits. Kelly (picture from Twitter) is a successful example of this.

If you’re interested in going zero carb, Kelly has a blog (My Zero Carb Life) and also helps run a Facebook group that you can join.


 

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  • Oven-baked sausage with veggiesMon
  • Keto fish with oven-baked beetsTue
  • Keto Brussels sprouts and hamburger gratinWed
  • Keto rutabaga fritters with smoked salmonThu
  • Keto zucchini roll-ups with chicken and herb butterFri
  • Keto baked salmon with lemon and butterSat
  • Slow-cooked keto pork roast with creamy gravySun

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7 Comments

  1. Nancy Jacobs
    Here is a link to Kelly's blog. http://myzerocarblife.jamesdhogan.com/wp/start/
    She has lived for 7 years and has had 3 healthy pregnancies on animal products only, no vegetables.
  2. Marcy
    Kelly eats a Zero Carb diet...all animal products and no vegetables, no fruits, no grains, no sugar or artificial sweeteners. Only meat and water. :)
  3. John
    You would be shocked how happy you are eating this way after your body adjust, you don't even miss other foods.
  4. Doug
    ZC is eating only from the animal kingdom (no plants, or artificial sweeteners) + drinking water = go live your life free of macros, ratios or calorie restrictions.
  5. Don
    Ok I'm puzzled, doesn't to much Animal protein lead to your body producing glucose? Or am I off base?
  6. Lise
    Normal misunderstanding from lchf -groups. How much is too much protein anyway? Meat is not only protein - it's protein AND fat - in alltypes of meat snd cuts. (Lise, Zero Carb 2 years) 😊
  7. Scout
    I'm a ZC'er and I've never felt better. No aches, no pains, no depression, better sleep, no bloating after a meal or puffy face in the morning... and I'm losing weight at a nice pace. Nobody needs veggies in their diet whatsoever!

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