Look, we love nut butters. What we don’t love is getting almost 200 calories in a measly 2-tablespoon serving. That’s why we like this powdered peanut butter. It has 90% of the fat removed, which drops the calories down to 60. Just add a bit of water and you’re good to go.
Replace your non-stick cookware with stainless steel or cast iron. For the latter, you can’t beat the Lodge brand. Their stuff comes pre-seasoned and ready to cook an amazing meal and provide a good forearm workout.
Seasoning mixes are convenient, but some add sugar, flour, and other stuff you’re probably avoiding. Siete seasonings don’t have any of that crap. Just add a few spoonfuls to your ground meat or veggie dishes. The flavors are amazing.
Buckwheat is a healthy carb source and a true superfood. It’s a fruit seed. So it’s gluten-free and has a low glycemic index. It contains chiro-inositol which helps with glucose metabolism and cell signaling.
You don’t have to be grain-free or even gluten-free to enjoy pancakes and waffles made with healthier ingredients. This no-sugar-added mix uses cassava, coconut, and almond flour instead of wheat flour.
You don’t have to be “paleo” to appreciate these sauces from Primal Kitchen. Fewer calories, fewer carbs, organic ingredients, and no added sugar or corn syrup. We’ve tried them all. The steak sauce is basically A1 without all the crap.
Parish Rice has a GI that has an average rating of 41, which places it under the “low” GI group. Each half-cup serving also has 5 grams of protein, compared to the 1 or 2 grams found in most other varieties.
BANZA chickpea pasta is wheat-free and higher in protein and fiber than regular pasta, all with 30% fewer net carbs. And unlike some pasta substitutes, this one is pretty damn tasty. Very filling stuff, and it satisfies the pasta craving nicely.