When you are on a low-carb diet, “keto flu” symptoms can strike any time–not just during the first week or two! But, you may not have to suffer! Avoiding “keto flu” on a low-carb diet is easy when you learn what foods and supplements to add to your diet to alleviate electrolyte deficiency symptoms.
What is the “Keto Flu”?
Overall, I love the low-carb diet! It doesn’t involve buying specialty products or prepackaged food. When eating a low-carb diet, my appetite dramatically decreases, I no longer have intense sugar cravings, and my afternoon energy slumps are practically non-existent. Additionally, this is the healthiest and most consistent way I’ve found to lose weight without feeling deprived.
If you have started a low-carb diet, you know how rough the first several days can be while your body is adjusting from being a sugar-burner to being a fat-burner!
“Keto flu” is a term used to describe flu-like symptoms associated with beginning, or during, a very low-carb ketogenic diet. However, it is not a “flu” at all; the “keto flu” should really be called electrolyte imbalance.
Peachy oat cups are one of my favorite breakfasts to meal prep. They come together in less than 10 minutes with only 20 minutes of cook time. Although, you don’t only have to eat these for breakfast. Peachy oat cups make a great snack or dessert too!
My favorite way to eat them is warm right out of the oven or reheated in the microwave for 1 minute.
I love pairing this with different flavors of a low-carb yogurt I find at my local Kroger store (Smith’s in Utah). The image above shows the peachy oat cups paired with CarbMaster strawberry yogurt.
Pairing the yogurt and the peachy oat cups provides such amazing differences in texture. From the soft peaches, crunchy sweet oats, and tangy and creamy yogurt, your taste buds will be dancing.
The key to any mouth-watering bagel sandwich starts with the bagel. My local Kroger store (Smith’s in Utah) freshly bakes several varieties of bagels every morning; these bagels are soft, full of flavor, and very inexpensive (~$0.60 per bagel). The convenience of a nearby delicious bagel that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg–makes these bagels hard to beat!