Humor :-)


(Carl Keller) #1263

(Carl Keller) #1264

#1265

I should put a fork in my car…just in case this happens close to me, so I can help with de-brieing de-brie :wink:


(Hyperbole- it’s the best thing in the universe! ) #1266

#pursespork


#1267

YES!!! We’re doing community service here! :slight_smile:


(Charlie Kathopoulis) #1268


(Charlie Kathopoulis) #1269


(Lazy, Dirty Keto 😝) #1270

Patiently waiting for this trend so I don’t have to hit the gym :sweat_smile:


#1271

Put all kitchen washing things - sponges, metal scratchy get the stuck-stuff off, and brushes - into the dishwasher every day/every wash.

x


(Eve) #1272

Happened to me yesterday - I was so glad that there was so much keto to eat! Felt betrayed XD That thing was full of carbs!


(Carl Keller) #1273

No need to give the article clicks. The punchline is in the title.


(Empress of the Unexpected) #1274

I’m tempted, but I won’t. This is ridiculous. I’ve eaten bacon my whole life. I should be dead by now.


(Diane) #1275

So, I grew up in a rural area in Northern Utah. I had a neighbor who owned a big farm. Their family had every animal you might imagine living on their farm: pigs, cows (both dairy cows and steers which were raised for beef), goats, sheep, horses, Shetland ponies (mean little buggers), chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, peahens, peacocks (when I was falling asleep, I could hear their cries which sounded like someone calling for help), llamas and (for at least a little while) ostriches.

When he was 80-something his kids convinced him to go in for a check-up. The doctor was reviewing his lab results and commended him on his super low cholesterol and fabulous heart health. He asked my neighbor about his normal diet. My neighbor told him he regularly consumed plenty of whole milk, butter, eggs, beef, pork, bacon, etc… The doctor asked him to please keep that information to himself on his way back through the waiting room.

NOW it all makes perfect sense. My neighbor worked VERY hard his whole life, well into his eighties, raised his own animals which had access to pastures and a healthy, clean environment without excessive exposure to antibiotics, etc.


#1276

“Dr.” Houltram is an Anaesthetist, qualifying her to give nutrition advice …the campaign is run by the “Plant based health professionals UK” but they are part of an international group of the poorly informed whose partners (https://www.plantbaseddoctors.org/) include such serious scientists as https://www.truewellth.org/ (espousing quack diets mindfulness and paying them money as a way to get rich and be happy), https://happyherbivore.com/ (more vegans), and https://www.getmealplans.com/ (buy an app all you vegans!) they do have a gastroenterologist from Devon (you know Devon, home of scones and clotted cream) on the website so there is that…


(Carl Keller) #1277

I love how you put “Dr.” in quotation marks. :smiley:


(Full Metal KETO) #1278

Does this mean I need to stop eating asbestos Carl? :grin:

:cowboy_hat_face:


(Charlie Kathopoulis) #1279


(Eve) #1280

I would like all those “specialists” to take interest in all the stuff that is being added to food -.- Speaking about bacon, I can’t find any without added sugar in it. So maybe it isn’t the meat, maybe it is just companies are selling crap?
mindblown


(Carl Keller) #1281

The majority is sugared because that’s what sells best but sugar free brands can be found with a bit of extra searching. Just ask an employee where you shop or use Google to find those brands.


#1282

I thought mine was no-sugar, but I went to find a link to the nutritional info and it says there’s a little bit of honey. The carbs are <1g for 2 slices, so call it .5g. If you eat 4 slices, that’s about 1g, so not unreasonable for a keto diet, but not completely sugar-free.

It’s Hempler’s Uncured Bacon, which I buy in 3 lb. packs at Costco and I think they sell it nationwide. You can get smaller packs at the regular grocery, but be warned, it’s not the cheapest bacon out there.