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Smoking and Insulin

Although it is a bit too early to make a definitive call, I can say that there has been a marked improvement in my hunger levels over the last day and a half. 568 more words

Low Carb

Rich, Aromatic 'Quorn' Tikka Masala with Cauliflower & Scallion Mash. Low-Carb, Ketogenic & Vegetarian! What more do you need?

It’s not often than low-carb & vegetarian go hand in hand. I thought I’d buck that trend with this recipe, and show that it’s not all about red-meat and dairy! 502 more words

Country Walks

Ketosis - an ancient & historic state! The land of echoing churches & medieval ruins... At least on my walks!

One of the great joys of a country walk, is the opportunity it affords to look up and reflect on the world around one… One of my great loves is history, and the Norfolk countryside is certainly steeped in that! 156 more words

Country Walks

Creamy, Mild, Cauliflower, Celery & Coconut Korma with Griddled Local Scallops & Crevettes. Equally good with chicken, lamb or pork. Low carb doesn't get much better than this!

This dish was previously part of another post: a ‘starter & main course combo’. I was asked if I could separate the two, to make it easier to search the recipes. 457 more words

Country Walks

Chocolate-Orange Mousse with Almond Stars - incredibly quick & easy! A diabetic, low-carb pudding that tastes anything but!

For diabetics and ‘low-carbers’ alike; one of the things you miss most is that baked, ‘cakey’ texture. Although cooked like biscuits; these almond stars have the mouth-feel of dense cake. 316 more words

Country Walks

Cajun-Spiced Pork-Belly with Devilled Kale & Beansprouts. Low-carb, minimum effort; maximum reward!

A good Cajun spice-mix is a store-cupboard essential! Shop-ones do the job, but there is nothing like making your own! Feel free to use either… 321 more words

Country Walks

Thai-Style Smoked Cod with Lemon-grass, Coconut Milk & Coriander. A low-carb starter that's hard to follow!

What this lacks in carbs, it certainly makes up for in taste! When it comes to Thai food, the hotter the better in my book; but you can naturally vary the level of chilli to your own taste. 222 more words

Country Walks