Keto tips

Replace Regular Flour with Almond or Coconut Flour

Just like with the rice and pasta tip, you might also want to replace your regular flour with almond or coconut flour. They taste good and can be used with any of your baking recipes to make a Keto-friendly treat. Hop on the Pinterest and you’ll find plenty of great recipes for low carb diets that use these alternative flours.

Try This Quick Snack

Here’s a quick keto recipe for y’all in case you start getting sugar cravings! Instead of heading to the nearest store to get some chocolate bars, get some almond butter, coconut oil, and cocoa powder. These ingredients make a great healthy recipe that tastes like a sweet dessert but is still low in calories. To make one, just pour all the ingredients into a bowl and mix it until it’s a fine consistency. Put it in the freezer for around half an hour or take out once frozen. That’s it! You’ll have a quick snack that’s one of the easiest keto recipes out there that also benefits your health.

Keep an Eye on Your Ketone Levels

A great way to know if your keto diet is working is to test your ketone levels. There are three types of ketones: acetone, beta-hydroxybutyrate, and acetoacetate. You can measure these ketones in your blood, breath, or urine. One of the most common ways to test your ketone levels is to check the acetone in your breath. Using this method is a reliable way of observing ketosis in your keto diet. The Ketonix ketone analyzer is the ketone meter for checking acetone in the breath. There is also the blood ketone meter. For this procedure, a small drop of your blood will go on a strip. It gets inserted into the meter that checks your beta-hydroxybutyrate levels. This is another secure yet expensive way of measuring ketosis. The final one is measuring a person’s acetoacetate in the urine. You dip ketone urine strips into your urine. If it turns a darker shade, it means your ketone levels are high. This ketone-checking solution is one of the most affordable, yet unreliable, ketone checkers.