Tasty Tuesday: Snack on Fat!

No really!!!

Having a craving?  Feeling sluggish? Need a quick snack to get you to the next meeting, class, task, or just because?
Pick a great quality high fat snack to not only create satiety, but to create energy, and to turn off the insulin spiking!
My top ten fat snacks!
1:  1/2 avacados with salt squeezed lemon or lime.  Dig in! (Sometimes I will sprinkle a little bit of a hot pepper like that yummy rooster sauce!)
2:   Tbs of almond butter, tbs of coconut flakes, tbs of cocoa nibs.   Mix all together for a creamy crunchy delight.  (Some may want it to be a bit sweeter so a drop or 2 of a liquid stevia)
3:  tbs of almond butter, tbsp of sunflower butter, sprinkle with cinnamon. 
4: olives
5: macadamia nuts sprinkled with salt and ceyene.  
6:  macadamia nuts, coconut flakes, cocoa nibs mixed together.  Like a trail mix.  A variation is all the same but toss it lightly with some coconut oil sprinkle with cinnamon and roast it in oven maybe 500 for 5-7 minutes.   But really watch it cause of the coconut flakes.  
7: bacon!!!!
8: bacon with almond butter!
9: the first snack of avocado with bacon sprinkled on it.  
10:  number six snack with bacon crumpled in it!
How can you possibly go wrong with bacon!
If you want to understand more about the science of fat and how it’s not fat that makes us fat (the right fats that is)…..check out resources like:
Jimmy Moore – Keto Clarity
Johnathan Bailor – The Calorie Myth
Mark Sisson – Marks Daily Apple
John Kiefer – Carb Nite
And of course my favorites on:
Every Day Paleo
Balanced Bites
So now go get a scoop of clarified butter and sprinkle it with salt or cinnamon and enjoy!   Lol!!!
Hugs and blessings always,
K 🙂

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