Plant-Forward Keto: Flexible Recipes and Meal Plans to Add Variety, Stay Healthy & Eat the Rainbow (Paperback)
A low-carb, ketogenic diet has been known for pushing plants to the side in favor of heavier meat consumption, but in her previous book, Vegan Keto, Liz MacDowell demonstrates that it’s entirely doable to be keto while avoiding animal products. Not everyone has the ability or the desire to maintain such a rigid diet, however. In this new book, Plant-Forward Keto, Liz shows you how to keep healthy plant foods at the center of your plate while allowing a little meat on the side when you want to, while still reaping all the benefits of a keto diet.
Instead of prescribing rigid macronutrient ratios, Plant-Forward Keto aims to help you tailor a ketogenic way of eating to your unique needs and goals and make keto as sustainable and enjoyable as possible. The fun and delicious plant-based recipes in this book focus on using whole-food ingredients while allowing for mixing and matching of smaller amounts of animal protein, creating a completely customizable experience.
Plant-Forward Keto is complete with:
• Over 60 plant-based, gluten-free recipes with options for adding moderate amounts of animal protein that can be mixed and matched for more variety or to accommodate different eating styles
• Flexible meal plans to cater to multi-diet families
• Beyond keto—meal plans to allow for carb cycling as well as transitions from keto to “regular” low- or moderate-carb eating
Whatever diet you follow, Plant-Forward Keto has everything you need to add variety, stay healthy, and eat the rainbow!
Liz has a bachelor’s degree from McGill University and a certificate in holistic nutrition from Bauman College, as well as a certificate in Ayurveda from the National Library of Ayurveda Medicine in India. Previously, Liz worked as Healthy Eating Specialist and Marketing Team Leader for Whole Foods Market. She is the author of Vegan Keto and has been recognized in many publications, including Well+Good, Everyday Health, Plant-Based News, Organic Authority, and Live Naturally