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Flaxseed oil isn’t suitable for cooking at higher temperatures, but there are other keto-friendly oils available. Add more flaxseeds to your diet with these tempting keto recipes:5-minute
keto breadMulti-seed keto crackersMaple pecan keto oatmeal with cinnamonKeto noatmeal cauliflower overnight ‘oats’Carrot cake with salted caramel frostingBroccoli bites with spicy mustardKeto porridgeCinnamon swirl breadKeto burger bunsbenefits of flax seed burger buns5 minute keto breadketo crackersmaple pecan keto oatmeal (benefits of flax seed)keto noatmealketo carrot cakebenefits of flax seed - broccoli bitesbenefits of flax seed- keto porridgebenefits of flax seed- cinnamon swirl breadvegetarian keto burger bunsbenefits of flax seed burger buns5 minute keto breadRoot vegetables such as potatoes, beets, carrots, and many others are usually a “no-no” on the ketogenic diet. They are high in carbs and eating
just one, depending on its size, may kick you out of ketosis quickly. But what is chicory root and is it keto? Read on to find
out!What Is Chicory Root?Chicory goes by many names, from blue dandelion to cornflower and wild endive. Without the leaves, the chicory root has been cultivated in Europe for a very long time as a coffee substitute. Its roots can be baked, roasted, ground, and used as an additive to coffees. Its taste is kind of woody and thanks to the amount of dietary
fiber it contains, it’s not broken down in the small intestine. Instead, it travels to your large intestine and colon. It’s known as a soluble fiber, which helps eliminate cholesterol from our bodies and helps regulate blood sugar levels. This is just one of the many health benefits of chicory. Ever heard of radicchio or endives? Those are the leaves.