Fast and Easy Healthy Keto Snacks – 2 Quick Pecan Recipes – Salty and Sweet – Keto and IF

Staying strict with Keto and IF (intermittent fasting) can be challenging sometimes and in this video, I share 2 quick pecan recipes, one salty, one sweet, for fast and easy healthy keto snacks.

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Nearing the tail end of my keto plus OMAD 30 Day Challenge, one of the first things I had to figure out was how to round out my one daily keto meal with a keto-compliant snack that both has enough fat to help me stay full until the next day’s Keto OMAD meal, and also, help tame any cravings I might have. Pecans were the answer. Both the recipes in this video are quick with minimal ingredients, and most of all, are delicious, whether you’re craving something salty and crunchy, or something sweet.

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If you’ve been with me for a while, you’ll know I used to do SCD to great results, but the reason why I migrated from Slow Carb to Keto+IF is because I was shocked to receive a diagnosis of pre-diabetes after having not gone to a doctor in over a decade.

These are the books that made me into a believer in a combination of Keto and IF (intermittent fasting) for both fat loss, and, addressing insulin-resistance, pre-diabetes, and the earlier stages of type 2 diabetes:

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If you want to know how to lose weight fast, or more importantly, how to lose fat fast, I welcome you to check out the rest of this series of videos on combining the ketogenic diet along with intermittent fasting.

I feel so fortunate to have discovered this way of eating, and think it’s something worth considering for yourself if you’re like me: someone who neglected their health, gained a ton of fat, and got to the point of pre-diabetes.

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I am not a doctor or health professional. Before going on a diet, it is recommended that you speak to your doctor.

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