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Kiss My Keto Keto Baking Mix Shortbread Cookie -- 6.53 oz


Kiss My Keto Keto Baking Mix Shortbread Cookie
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Kiss My Keto Keto Baking Mix Shortbread Cookie -- 6.53 oz

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Kiss My Keto Keto Baking Mix Shortbread Cookie Description

  • No Sugar Alcohols
  • Sweetened with Allulose
  • 2g Net Carbs per Serving
  • Certified Gluten Free
  • Makes 12 Servings

Low Carb, Low Sugar Shortbread Keto Cookies.

Treat your tastebuds to a classic shortbread sugar cookie, ready to decorate, with our simple bake-at-home cookie mix. A recipie designed for sweet-tooth indulgence on a low-carb diet. Each mix makes 12 servings - only 60 Cal per cookie.

 

Bake once, eat all week.

What can you bake for the entire week that will help you stay in ketosis? Keto baking mixes! After baking, you can store them in the fridge. They should last up to one week. Take them with you to work, share them with your family, and snack on them anytime you feel hungry and a bit less productive.

 

No need for extra ingredients.

Whether you choose Brownie, Shortbread Cookie, or Snickerdoodle Cookie, there’s no need to buy additional ingredients — except for egg and butter that are already in your pantry. You see, these keto desserts are easy to prepare.

 

Make the right choices.

Oftentimes, it can be hard to make the right choices, especially when it comes to sweet treats. Most options out there contain high concentrations of sugar.

 

Fortunately, keto baking mixes have no added sugars. But how come they’re sweet? It’s simple: We used keto-approved sweeteners, allulose and monk fruit!

 

A quick pick-me-up for energy.

How do you beat those afternoon slumps? Take a walk. Drink a glass of water. Pump up the tunes. And don’t forget to have a keto-friendly snack!

 

All our baking mixes contain MCTs (medium-chain triglycerides) that provide you with energy.


Directions

Easy to Make. Just Add Eggs & Butter. Keto desserts just got easier (and tastier!) — Simply add eggs, and butter; mix well and bake! Our classic Shortbread keto cookie baking mix is free from dairy and whey protein, certified Gluten Free and suitable for all low-carb & paleo diets.

 

Please refer to packaging for complete baking directions.

Free Of
Gluten, dairy, artificial sweetener, soy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 2 1/2 Tbsp. (15 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories60
Total Fat5 g6%
Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 g0%
Sodium60 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate7 g3%
   Dietary Fiber3 g11%
   Total Sugars1 g
    Includes Added Sugars0 g0%
Protein3 g6%
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium0 mg0%
Iron0.4 mg2%
Potassium0 mg0%
Other Ingredients: Almonds, allulose, soluble tapioca fiber, coconut flour, medium chain triglycerides (derived from coconut), gum acacia, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate, tricalcium phosphate), sea salt, xanthan gum, monk fruit.

Contains: Tree Nuts (almonds, coconuts).

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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How to Use 'Volume Eating' for a Healthy Weight and Lifestyle

The number one rule when it comes to weight loss is calorie balance. Creating a calorie deficit by eating less than you burn through exercise and daily activity is essential. But this isn’t always easy. For one, counting calories is tedious and time-consuming and not all that accurate. Secondly, cutting calories can leave you feeling hungry and frustrated. Research has shown that eating high-volume, low-calorie foods is the best way to quell hunger and lose weight healthfully and sustainably.

Woman Following Volume Eating Approach to Dieting Eating Healthy Meal at Restaurant | Vitacost.com/blog

What is volume eating?

Volume eating is focusing most of your diet on consuming foods that are filling but low in calories. These foods typically have a high water and fiber content and take up more space in your stomach, increasing feelings of fullness and meal satiety while keeping your calorie intake lower. This type of eating is not a diet plan or a short-term hack; it is a lifestyle technique that provides many benefits, including reaching and maintaining a healthy weight and beyond. Eating for volume has you focus on these four factors when creating your meals:
  • Lower fat intake
  • Plenty of fiber
  • Increased water consumption
  • More fruits and vegetables

The Benefits of Volume Eating

Weight loss isn't a goal for everyone, but healthy eating should be. Eating for volume provides benefits that go beyond weight loss.

Weight loss

Weight loss can be tricky. You may start with the best intentions, but your body makes several physiological adaptations that can cause your metabolism to slow down and hunger to start rearing its head. When your hunger hormones, mainly leptin, and ghrelin, get involved, it can be tough to maintain a lower calorie diet. Volume eating is a technique that keeps hunger at bay so that you can keep losing weight without feeling deprived. Research shows that when people consume higher proportions of low energy-dense foods, they have a lower BMI and waist circumference.

Blood sugar control

Maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent diabetes and other blood sugar health concerns, but aside from that, volume eating can help control blood sugar levels due to the high fiber content. Fiber slows the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream and reduces your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Vitamins and minerals

Because volume eating focuses on consuming plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans, legumes, lean proteins, and low-fat dairy, you'll be much more likely to obtain higher amounts of essential vitamins and minerals. Since these foods are naturally rich in a wide variety of nutrients, your overall diet will improve, and so will your health.

Heart health

Consuming plenty of fiber and reducing unhealthy fats will boost heart health. The technique of volume eating will lower your cholesterol levels, particularly low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol. High-volume foods also reduce blood pressure and inflammation, both factors that indicate a healthy heart.

How to Increase Meal Volume

Increasing the volume of your meals is much more straightforward than counting calories when you focus on particular strategies and specific foods as the basis of your diet; weight loss can occur naturally while boosting the healthy and nutritious foods you eat. Try these tips for increasing your meal volume:
  • Eat plenty of soups as either a first course or a main dish. Stick to broth-based soups rather than cream-based.
  • Drink water with your meals and replace sugary juices and sodas with water.
  • Add whole fruit to your diet and reduce dried fruit and juices which lack fiber.
  • Use mashed fruit or vegetables such as bananas, applesauce and cooked sweet potato to your baked goods to replace some of the oil.
  • Use fruit to sweeten yogurt, cereal or oatmeal in place of sugar.
  • Consume plenty of salads, raw vegetables, and add more vegetables to your soups and sauces.
  • Eat whole grains instead of refined grains and eat more of them in their natural form rather than as processed into pasta, cereal, or bread.
  • Make dips out of beans and use whole-grain pita and raw vegetables for dipping.

High Volume Foods

Keeping a mental or physical list of high-volume foods readily available will help you make appropriate choices. Here is a list of the best high-volume foods.
  • Leafy greens such as kale, spinach, and lettuces
  • Whole grains such as oats, brown rice, barley, millet, quinoa
  • Lean protein such as chicken breast, ground turkey, white fish, tofu
  • Lower fat dairy products such as Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, kefir
  • Fruit such as pears, apples, berries
  • Other vegetables such as radishes, broccoli, celery, parts of palm, squash, cauliflower, broccoli
  • Beans and legumes of any type which are very high in fiber and protein

Putting it All Together

Food is an essential part of our lives. It goes beyond simple nutrition and fueling ourselves and reaches into our cultural and social daily lives. When trying to lose weight, you should never feel like you are limiting your ability to get together with friends or enjoy foods near and dear to your culture. Simply modifying some recipes to include more high volume foods and focusing most of your dietary pattern on eating low calorie, high volume foods will go a long way toward naturally reducing and maintaining a healthy weight. Of course, it's perfectly acceptable to still eat more calorie-dense nutritious or non-nutritious foods that you enjoy on occasion. Weight loss and diets should never be an all-or-nothing event. Focus on adding more high-volume foods to your diet a little at a time while still enjoying other more calorie-dense foods on occasion. It's all about balance.
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