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Liz MacDowell flawlessly delivers the best of two nutritional worlds in her new book, Vegan Keto. Her unique approach harnesses the health and weight loss benefits of the ketogenic diet and unites it with the vegan lifestyle. Liz dispels the myth that veganism contradicts the keto diet and offers a template to achieve optimal health and weight loss by eating a ratio of healthy fats and plant-based proteins. The book offers more than 60 recipes that are all free of meat, eggs, and dairy and are keto compliant. Her revolutionary approach emphasizes a nutrient-dense nutrition plan sourced from whole, natural foods that are rooted in healthy fats with plant-based proteins that are lower in carbohydrates. She has created a sustainable model that will enable those living a vegan lifestyle to achieve optimal health, lose weight, and eliminate cravings for inflammatory foods. Vegan Keto is complete with full-color photos, four easy-to-follow weekly meal plans, shopping lists, and tips and tricks for getting started and staying on track. Above all, Liz brings a wealth of expertise and invaluable advice derived from real-world experience in her role as a nutrition counselor. Recipes include:
Whether your eating plan of choice is vegan/vegetarian, keto-tarian, or keto or you are just someone who loves good food and having a bit of fun in the kitchen, this book has something for you!
About the Author
Liz MacDowell is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and avid foodie who has been cooking up plant-based ketogenic recipes since 2012. After years of crash diets, disordered eating, and constantly feeling sick, she realized there was no quick fix and enrolled in a nutrition program at Bauman College to try and fix her eating habits from the inside out. While a nutrition student, Liz stumbled across the ketogenic diet one night while browsing Reddit and decided to give it a go. Through lots of trial and error, she found what works for her body and began creating low-carb vegetarian recipes to keep things interesting. Liz started MeatFreeKeto.com to share these recipes with others who want to explore a low-carb or ketogenic diet without eating meat. By eating a plant-based low-carb diet, Liz has been able to control her symptoms of endometriosis and Raynaud’s, as well as keep her blood sugar and weight in check. When she’s not cooking up new recipes (and making messes) in the kitchen, she loves to hike, read, practice yoga, and indulge in the occasional computer game.