What we eat on low-carb, keto, carnivore diet {VLOG}

What we eat on low-carb, keto, carnivore diet

There is a sea of information out there when it comes to “diets” of any kind. And we feel that 99.9% of the time, they are either useless or impossible to follow.

It can be said that most of the “info” you get is purposely misleading (in order to keep you unhealthy and trapped in the medical system).

Our premise for the past decade has been “low carb.” However, we have taken a completely different mindset over the past couple of years. That is simply to NOT raise our blood sugar.

Far fewer choices when low blood sugar is your goal

The majority of the public feels that “natural” things like fruit and vegetables are considered “healthy.”

While they certainly are less harmful overall than 90% of the other processed garbage sold at supermarkets – we don’t agree that they are “healthy” whatsoever.

Any item – whether it’s a fruit or veggie, that raises your blood sugar – should probably not be consumed at all. Or at the very least – very infrequently, and with extremely small portion sizes.

We don’t feel that having those items easily available 365 days a year is how humans should have evolved. It is why most people are now grossly overweight or obese.

The road leads to carnivore or “carnivore light”

Whether you like to admit it or not, living a life where low blood sugar is your goal typically leads you to the Carnivore Diet or Carnivore lifestyle.

Hardcore is just meat, often close to raw! And water.

“Carnivore light” people like us also incorporate other meats, dairy, and eggs.

Our typical low-carb, keto, carnivore meal list each week

That said – here is a common list of foods we consume each week, as you can view in the NJroute22.com VLOG above.

  • Ground Beef. The most commonly eaten food. Why? It’s affordable and delicious!
  • Bacon and sausage. Same reason as above.
  • Eggs. Considered to be one of the perfect foods.
  • Cream and cheeses. Heavy cream only for coffee, and almost any kind of cheese. We enjoy making “Ricotta Cheese Bakes,” too.

Nothing else really!

Don’t you get bored?

That is the wonderful thing about Carnivore or Carnivore-light.

There is no boredom.

There is also no hunger pangs. No cravings. No peckish feelings.

We frequently eat just one meal a day and strive to keep our eating within a six-hour window.

The need for “recipes” or other “excitement” from food is completely absent. We’re good cooks and can mix up our food quite creatively if necessary.

When you spend a total of 15 minutes per day involved with food, it no longer is a focal point in your life. You spend your time doing better things!

About the author


NJroute22 (site admin) is an avid traveler along NJ Route 22 (and almost all of central New Jersey!) Family man, pet lover, and property owner who has a natural curiosity for everything around.