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Fun Ketogenic Cooking Made Simple

Simple and Fun Keto Meals
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 31m
Language: English
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Description

This is a simple introduction to some fun keto recipes if you are overwhelmed or bored with ketogenic cooking. There are recipes such as keto shepherd’s pie, a keto pizza crust, an amazing cheesecake and even bread! This is a place to find some out of the box recipes to keep you from feeling deprived!
Many times, when someone starts a ketogenic diet, they are afraid it will be no fun and they will be bored in the kitchen. This does NOT have to be the case. If you love sweets, there is a recipe for you! If savory is your thing, we have you covered. We even have a recipe for Keto cloud bread.
This course is designed to give you some EASY “go to’s” if you are stuck or feel diet deprived. 
Let’s have some DELICIOUS fun! A ketogenic lifestyle change can mean excitement in the kitchen if you let it!

You will learn

✓ Make new and yummy recipes that follow the keto diet but aren’t boring or overly complicated

Requirements

• You should already have a working knowledge of the ketogenic diet and want recipes to keep it interesting.

This course is for

• People who are eating a ketogenic diet and want to add some recipes to their cookbook
• Busy Keto followers who need quick and delicious recipes
• Keto dieters who are bored with their current eating routines
The Coach’s Coach
Delaine was an early adopter of the new wave of kettlebell training getting her Russian Kettlebell Certification in 2006. Soon after, she began working at Iron Core La Jolla – the first kettlebell only studio. Summer 2007 was Delaine’s first season as a Fitness Competitor and she placed 4th overall in the Fitness America – Southern California show. In 2008, she competed at Fitness Universe and in 2009 came in second in the Southeast’s Fitness America- Dixie competition. Delaine got her Level 2 Kettlebell certification in June 2008 and in March 2010 was promoted to Team Leader by Chief Instructor (and the man credited with bringing kettlebells back to America) Pavel Tsatsouline. When Pavel created his own certification Strong First, she accepted a Senior Instructor position. In 2007, Delaine opened Condition Kettlebell Gym in Atlanta, GA and after successfully running it for 8 years refocused her attention to coaching trainers how to properly execute and teach kettlebells to their own students ensuring their safety while receiving the maximum benefits from their training sessions.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 31m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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