Keto Pork Steak With Garlic Butter Mushroom

If you want a quick dinner meal, try this pork steak recipe with a simple procedure that wouldn’t take you half an hour to make. The savory taste of this dish will keep you wanting for more!
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🍽 Servings: 2
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Ingredients:
2 Pork Steak, 150 grams each
Salt and pepper
4 Tbsp Butter, divided
2 Garlic cloves, chopped
½ tsp Paprika
½ tsp Cumin Seed
1 cup Mushrooms, sliced
¼ cup Chicken Stock
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Procedure:
1. Prepare all the ingredients. Season the pork steak with salt and pepper.
2. Melt the butter in a non-stick skillet.
3. Saute the garlic until fragrant.
4. Place the pork steak into the skillet and continue cooking. Carefully flip the steak.
5. Add mushrooms and broth, and allow it to cook.
6. Season with paprika and cumin seed. Cook for another minute and baste the pork steak with more butter. Serve.

➡️ Nutritional Information:
Energy – 450.8 kcal
Protein – 29.8g
Fat – 34.8g
Carbohydrates – 4.6g

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Keto Italian Pork Meatballs

A perfect treat for the whole family. The fragrant aroma of this dish will definitely have you feeling hungry already.
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🍽 Servings: 2
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Ingredients:
For the Meatballs:
220 grams of Ground Pork
2 Tbsp Almond Flour
1 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese
1 Tbsp Parsley, chopped
1 Egg, whisked
¼ tsp Garlic Powder
Salt and pepper, to taste
1 Tbsp Olive Oil, for cooking
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For the Sauce:
1 Tbsp Olive Oil
2 Tbsp Onions, chopped
2 Garlic cloves, minced
½ cup canned Tomatoes, chopped
½ Chicken stock
½ tsp dried Oregano
1 cup Spinach
Salt and pepper, to taste
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Procedure:
For the Meatballs:
1. Combine all the meatball ingredients in a bowl. Mix until well combined.
2. Shape into meatballs size and place on a tray. Set aside.
3. Heat a skillet and add olive oil.
4. Place the meatballs in the skillet and cook until thoroughly cooked.
5. Carefully, flip the meatballs to cook the other side. Set aside on a serving plate.
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For the Sauce:
1. Heat a skillet and add olive oil.
2. Add and saute the onions until translucent.
3. Add garlic and cook until fragrant.
4. Add the tomatoes and chicken stock. Season with dried oregano.
5. Add the spinach and cook until just wilted.
6. Season with salt. Allow to simmer for a few minutes and set aside.

➡️ Nutritional Information:
Energy – 522.8 kcal
Protein – 28.8g
Fat – 40.4g
Carbohydrates – 11g

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Keto Cobb Egg Salad

Another salad option that is perfect for your lunchtime. If you prefer eating a salad over a heavier meal, then you might want to try this one. In making a salad, you can be very creative and toss in any ingredient that you want.
This cobb egg salad tastes much better because of the blue cheese in it.
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🍽 Servings: 1
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Ingredients:
1 cup Lettuce
¼ cup Cherry Tomatoes
1 boiled Egg
2 Bacon slices, cooked
30 grams of Blue Cheese
1 Tbsp Parsley
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Procedure:
1. Prepare all the ingredients.
2. Slice the lettuce and add it to the lunch box.
3. Do the same with cherry tomatoes.
4. Slice the boiled egg into two.
5. Add the cooked bacon to the lunch box. And lastly, add the blue cheese. Serve with parsley.

➡️ Nutritional Information:
Energy – 564.3 kcal
Protein – 21.8g
Fat – 50.7g
Carbohydrates – 5.2g

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Keto Chicken & Cucumber Salad

This simple chicken and cucumber salad will make you feel full and energized throughout the day. It is packed with healthy ingredients that you need on your keto diet. Perfect to be eaten during lunchtime.
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🍽 Servings: 1
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Ingredients:
100 grams Cucumber
1 small Tomato
¼ Red Onions
150 grams Chicken Breast
2 Tbsp Black Olives
1 Tbsp Parsley
1 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Lemon Juice
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Procedure:
1. Slice the cucumber and add it to the lunch box.
2. Do the same with the tomatoes.
3. Slice the red onions.
4. Meanwhile, cook the chicken breast by frying it in olive oil.
5. Once cooked, slice the chicken breast and add it to the lunch box.
6. Add the black olives and top it with parsley. Drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice upon serving.

➡️ Nutritional Information:
Energy – 498.4 kcal
Protein – 35.2g
Fat – 36g
Carbohydrates – 8.4g

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3 Benefits of a Ketogenic Diet

Keto is everywhere; it’s the new buzzword, the new favorite among those looking to shed pounds, and the new hate victim of the food-pyramid-spouting-eat-your-whole grains mainstream medical industry. The keto diet, while it is not the magic cure-all for every single disease on the planet, does a pretty dang good job at being the potential causer of healing many horrible conditions. So let’s cut through the science, separate fact from fiction, and look at the benefits of the keto diet.

Benefit #1: Weight Loss

Okay, so this one isn’t so astounding, but it is one of the most common reasons people embark on the keto diet. So why is weight loss usually so easy on the ketogenic diet instead of other regular diets? For all of the following reasons:

•   The keto diet is composed of approximately 75% fat, 20 % protein, and 5% or less carbohydrates. The high fat content and lack of sugar means diminished cravings, lack of blood sugar swings and binges, and increased satiation. Increased satiation=eating less. Many people also have food sensitivities to grains, even gluten-free ones, so eliminating them may lead to an increased ability to absorb minerals like magnesium and potassium, which in turn means your body is more nourished and you have fewer cravings.

•   Ketones. When your blood sugar is running low, your body turns to its glycogen stores for energy. Typically glycogen stores house about 2000 calories of “backup” energy for when you run out of glucose. Like the intelligent machine it is, your body depletes the glycogen stores and then turns to your own body fat for fuel.

IMPORTANT: The ketogenic diet is not a free-for-all eat however much cheese or super low-carb fat bomb treats you want diet. If you are eating way more calories than you need, you will not lose weight. So focus on keeping your diet around fatty cuts of grass-fed meat, butter, eggs, avocados, lots of green veggies and cruciferous, and be modest with the keto desserts, dairy, and sweets.

Benefit #2: Brain Function

A poorly functioning brain, as you may have already experienced, leads to lessened work productivity, which in turn means an unhappy boss, lack of job satisfaction, sugar cravings for energy, and depression. It’s a horrible domino effect. The original ketogenic diet was formulated by Dr. Russell Wilder in the early 20th century to treat epilepsy. The success rate was phenomenal and it is still used today to treat epilepsy and other brain disorders. Research also indicates that ketones are more efficient brain fuel than glucose. (Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5102124/)

Benefit #3: Potential Cancer Benefits

One study showed implementing the ketogenic diet led to a dramatically increased survival time and slower tumor growth. (Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5450454/)

Conclusion

If you’re reading this article now, chances are you are in some sort of pain, whether physical and/or mental (being overweight, struggling with autoimmune disorders, thyroid disease, fatigue, brain fog) and want to change. Use this information, don’t just skim through it and store it in the back of your brain and say “that’s nice for some people”, motivate yourself to change.

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Introduction

Welcome to BrieskiTravel.com  Thank you so much for stopping by. My name is Brie and I have been a #travelbug and full of #wanderlust since I was a little girl. You may wonder why start a travel blog … EVERYONE is doing!? Right … Wrong!!! My family and friends know that for me, this is a no-brainer, but for you, I’ll explain further.

There is no single way to travel, and that is the beauty of it. We can look at a vision with fresh eyes, can understand and make the most of creating our own space in the digital world, and bring that expertise to others in new and creative ways.

I enjoy traveling with my 6 year old. I know everyone thinks traveling with kids is worse than torture but it means the world to me to be able to take him on ‘adventures’ and create ever-lasting memories with him.

But maybe most importantly, I am interested in being a successful entrepreneur, and I’ve chosen travel as the avenue in which to do it. My generation sees so much benefit and value in being an entrepreneur and designing your own life while being your own boss. There are many ways to do that and make that happen—and travel is one amazing way.

While you’re here, check out my new e-book: The Ultimate Guide to Cruising 2020 Buy Now

Are you ready for a GREAT adventure? I know I am … join me!

7 Personal Benefits of Traveling Abroad

“He who does not travel, does not know the value of men.”

Moorish Proverb

“Travel is the ONLY thing you buy that makes you richer!”

– Unknown

Hey! My name is Brie and I’ve been traveling for as long as I can remember. I was fortunate to grow up in a household where both of my parents worked for the airline industry – coming from opposite coasts themselves. Visiting either set of grandparents always seemed like the longest of vacations. Summers in California, Christmas in DC. Back then, the jets were HUGE … or I was really small … either way, there was something grand about sitting in the center seat of a Boeing – 747, being handed a hot, lemon-scented hand towel, after eating peanuts AND cookies. By the time I was 12, I was thumbing through the in-flight magazine ‘sky-shopping’ on my own.

That was a life-time ago. Now, there’s nothing satisfying about sitting in a center seat. That is a for sure sign that you have failed somewhere in your adult life. Airlines have become more proficient in providing you with the bare minimum in services lately -but don’t let that deter you from planning your bucket list trip and end up in #wanderlust.

Traveling, especially traveling abroad has some of the most life-changing benefits. Gone are the days where excuses like ‘I don’t have time’ are plausible. Traveling changes you physically, mentally and emotionally. Below are the top seven ways traveling changes you for the better:

It gets you outside of your bubble and into the real world – Traveling forces you to put down what you are doing (work, kids, school) and take a break. You DESERVE time to yourself (YES without the family) to relax, relate and release, however that looks for you. Do it … often!!! Everyone around you will thank you for it.

It challenges you – Traveling challenges you to solve problems; like on the fly. Passport lost … contact the US Embassy or even better, keep Dropbox scanned copies in your email. It may not get you on the next flight, but it’s better than that emotional brain fart most of us get when highly distressed.

It teaches you gratitude – OMG!!! I can’t tell you how disturbed I was to see how people lived in certain parts of the world. Traveling abroad will allow you to meet people who have much less than you, but willing to give what they have. That my friend, is the blessing of hospitality.

It lowers your stress level – according to one study https://www.verywellmind.com/take-vacations-for-stress-relief-overall-health-3145274 ‘a four day weekend had a positive effect on well-being, recovery, strain and perceived stress for as long as 45-day.’ Use those Federal holidays to your advantage.

It causes you to invest in YOURSELF – Traveling abroad will take you out of your comfort zone and you will have to ask someone for directions or to explain the menu to you (improving social and communication skills). Take advantage of the situation and learn phrases that will be of use regularly. “Donde esta el bano?” usually comes after several of “una mas cerveza por favor.” Google Translator is your friend!

It makes you happy – Whoever said money can’t buy happiness did not know where to find RT tickets for two, for $228 (total) on #SpiritAirline the week before Christmas. I am still doing the happy dance. Those flights were priced at $790 elsewhere. I almost considered driving 14-hours to beat that price. Thank goodness for small favors.

But most importantly, you build memories – Seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza, the last of the ancient Seven Wonders for the first time is awe inspiring. I saw them for the first time at the age of 13, but to be able to share that history, and experience with my 6 year old … will be a memory he shares with his children and grandchildren.

FINAL THOUGHTS – WOW!!!! That was a lot for my first blog!!! I’m pleasantly surprised at how easy this was. I hope you found this article helpful and it encourages you to travel more. As you start to see the world, you will start to realize how differently it is portrayed on the boob tube. Before I sign off, I want to leave you with one final thought …

‘There is no foreign land. It is the traveler only who is foreign’

Robert Louis Stevenson

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