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Altair said:mk1154 said:Altair said:It's pretty simple: :)
breakfast: porc, butter and sauerkraut
dinner: porc, butter and sauerkraut
No snacks. Sometimes additionally avocados and cucumbers.
I assume you realize danger of eating dairy products?
Something like this, or some variation is definitely something I could do. But are you getting all your essential vitamin and nutrients eating this way? Do you use a lot of fresh herbs like is suggested in Keto-Adapted?
Basically that's it. I don't use any herbs. What for? The most of the nutrients are already in porc/butter. Additionally of course I do take magnesium, fish/krill/codliver oil, minerals and vitamin c. Now and then experimenting with other supplements and adding MCT Oil: _https://blog.bulletproof.com/what-is-mct-oil-vs-coconut-oil/
As far as I know magnesium, fish oil and vitamin c are the only nutrients which you can't get enough being on keto. Fish/krill/codliver oil is very important. I usually use fermented products: _http://www.greenpasture.org/public/Products/CodLiverOil/
I did a quick check of pork & butter & sauerkraut on nutritiondata.com and I don't really think you would be getting everything you need strictly speaking -- perhaps there is more variety than that, but being raised that I need to eat a variety of foods to get all nutrients I find it hard to accept. Is there anything online you know of I could learn about proper vitamin/mineral supplements w/ keto? I question the effectiveness of stand alone supplements outside of the food sources.
In that same train of thought, has anyone tried to identify which vegetables/herbs would supply the most bang for the buck? The highest amount/variety of nutrients for lowest amount of net carbs?