A zero carb, dairy-free breakfast made with just 3 ingredients.
The carnivore diet is a diet that consists of only meat. It was popularized by Dr Shawn Baker, who is known for his advocacy of the zero-carb diet and ketogenic diets.
It's also be known as a zero-carb or ketogenic diet. The term "carnivore" comes from the fact that it includes no plant matter at all, whereas a 'zero carb' or 'keto' diet just means there is no carbohydrate intake whatsoever.
With the Zero Carb Carnivore diet, you can make delicious foods without carbs. This will help to ensure that you get enough protein for your body and that you lose weight. These breakfast recipes require minimal ingredients and prep time but offer variation to enjoy an animal-based lifestyle.
When buying eggs, be sure to look for the word "pasture" on the carton. It means that the hens were able to spend time outside and eat bugs, worms and grasses (which are rich in nutrients). The yolks will be a deep orange colour and they'll taste richer too!
Eggs are also a great source of protein, vitamins like A, B2 and B12, iodine, iron and selenium. They contain all nine essential amino acids that we need from food—in fact, they're one of our best sources! You should avoid buying cage-free or organic eggs from chickens that have been fed antibiotics or hormones as these may affect your health negatively (this hasn't been proven yet but better safe than sorry).
Grass-fed beef is a healthier choice.
Choosing quality ground beef has more omega-3 fatty acids, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), and vitamin E.
Pasture-raised cows are also stronger and less likely to get sick or be injured due to the movement they experience in the pasture.
If you think about it, eating an animal that's been allowed to roam around freely on grass instead of being confined to a tiny pen would be better for your health anyway—and it doesn't hurt that these cows are typically antibiotic-free!
When you’re following a carnivore diet, you want to make sure that you are getting the best quality food possible. This means avoiding processed foods and other ingredients that might be harmful to your health. It also means choosing organic whenever possible so there aren’t any pesticides or hormones in your food. These tips will help you stay on track with your health goals while still enjoying tasty meals!
Let us know if you enjoyed this recipe! This is just the start, there are tons more Carnivore breakfast ideas, so let's get cooking!