Avoid Complex Keto Recipes & Cooking on Keto!! – Simple Keto Recipe Tips by Dr.Berg

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about ways on how to avoid complex recipes and cooking on Keto. He also gives ideas on what he eats and what you can do to make things quickly without spending too much time cooking the Keto recipes.

Ways on how to avoid complex recipe and cooking on Keto:
1. Buy Boiled Eggs – Add Butter, Mayonnaise, Sour Cream, Salt and Pepper
2. Simple Salad – Lettuce (Salad), add in olive oil and vinaigrette
3. Spinach (Sauté a canned tuna) / Wild Caught Tuna – Steamed
4. Sardines – Omega 3 Fatty Acids
5. Nuts – Pecans, Pistachios, and Walnuts
6. Snap Peas – High in Vitamins C
7. Celery – Hummus / Nut Butter
8. Cheese – Summer Sausage
9. Protein Shake
10. Mushrooms – Cheese
11. Weekend – Keto Bombs

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  1. Also high fat cream + low carb fruits + optional cocoa powder –> blend it or just stir and eat as it is.

  2. I would love to see a book dedicated solely to this topic. I have my go to easy to make keto meals, but I definitely need more variety.

  3. In another video you said canned sardines were lacking in Omega 3 because of canning process…..I dont eat them anyways but it was odd.

  4. The most practical, affordable, filling meal, after eggs, is simply frying some meat in cubes or ground on a pan. But this is still harder than boiled starch diet because of delicate temperature balance, splatter, lengthy cleanup while producing just 1 or 2 meals worth of material. The seasoned oil is tasty and burning can usually be avoided with large amount of fat.

    The salad would be nice in finer pieces with sour cream. But tomatoes, cucumber and pepper are all fruit with too many carbs, leaving nothing for cream/eggs/liver. Sausage would also have some carbs. Cheese and nut butter are pricey as the main ingredient.

    Probably the easiest way to consume fat would be eating plain sweet cream butter, maybe with some cheese or black coffee. Not possible with any other fat, and peanut butter has too many carbs. Preserves with Fish oil could be eaten with mashed eggs, but cleanup of the smell is already kinda cooking.

  5. Hi there! Dr Berg l have followed you ever since l started keto always looking for answers in your links always find answers, already lost 18kg in 4 months 🥳🥳🥳🎉🎉🎉🎉

  6. Hey, Doc. I would like to know how you spend a long fast from 2 to 7 days. And the main thing is that you eat at the exit. Thanks

  7. If I don't have time to cook, I open a can of sardines, warm up a sausage filled with cheese and cut a pepper, cucumber, tomato plus green leaves with oil and vinegar, black pepper and sea salt. then 3 boiled eggs, I always have plenty of them in the fridge. as a dessert berries plus a spoonful of greek yoghurt or sour cream and nuts. I always buy frozen berries.

  8. I'm eating pretty little per day, but regardless. my carbs intake is still in between 65 to 100G. I eat 2 boiled egg, avocado (15G carbs) and salad…how can I reduce more of carbs?


  10. What mayo do u use for a keto diet? And what dressings for salads are keto approved? Pleasw and thank u! =]

  11. You know someone is serious when they go and have the food tested themselves! Glad to know the label on sardines aren’t lying about their omega 3 since a lot of food companies over exaggerate to make more money.

  12. Something about buying pre boiled eggs makes me cringe. Also you'd have to eat 30 oz of a simple lettuce salad to get you to 2100mg potassium. We usually need 4700.

  13. Am i only one here with kids?😂who’s gonna cook for them while parents are on keto😂👌

  14. I know what your saying dr ( love your vids) but i kinda love cooking and im finding it such fun playing around with keto recipes.
    So to me isnt a chore.

  15. When you are first starting out, whether new to keto or just starting to cook, this is wonderful advice. This is so you do not become discouraged. I have been cooking for many, many years, and it fits my lifestyle to cook from recipes, complex or not, or just make up stuff and cook it for the fun of it. Now I have transformed my kitchen and pantry, and made it so that one could barely tell the difference between my old way of cooking and this newer one. My husband is also very happy, and that's what really counts.

  16. I keep simple like fry a salmon Patty,through my green veggies in the microwave mmmm 😳

  17. I am really disappointed in the "advice" you are dispensing in this video. a healthy well balanced nutrient dense Keto lifestyle is about using whole ingredients and making your own meals as much as possible. Store bought boiled eggs? Canned tuna and sardines? Too hard to make an interesting salad? I think this was the first video you have made that I disagree with you and your statements. You can make amazing meals and freeze extras for busy days or do weekend meal prep and then enjoy fresh healthy meals. What you are describing is simulating fast food or junk food type meals (protein shakes),. Food is to be enjoyed as much as possible, This was not one of your better videos.

  18. I didn't think hummus was a keto-friendly food cause it has chickpeas. I definitely want to know more about it.

  19. Are eggs a problem regards to How they were farmed?
    Let’s face it .. poor Chickens we know are farmed crazy and likely injector or fed soy…

  20. Make your own mayonnaise, it takes 3 minutes to get the hand blender, crack an egg, put some oil(sunflower? olive?) and brrrt. Add salt/mustard/lemon juice/black pepper by taste.

  21. Question: do you typically stick to 20g carbs a day? I tried my hardest when Keto to do that and it was tough, I’m asking because I tried to avoid sugary vegetables like snap peas and other nuts that had high carbs- and nut butters I found had somewhat high carbs.

  22. Sardines high in omega 3’s but what of the mercury content and ocean pollutants? It was “Sent off to the Lab & tested” for… what else?

  23. Thank you!!! More videos like this please. Or maybe you have them and I haven't seen them?

  24. Nobody ever thinks about meal prepping eggs, but I suggest buying a dozen eggs and boil all of them! That way you can always keep a hard boiled egg in your pocket 🙂

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