Lovely Low Carb Loot

As I wrote in this post, I have found a few tools have made it easier for me to be successful on the ketogenic, low carb/high fat diet (LCHF). From measuring food to measuring blood ketones, to measuring my activity the right device can really help.

Some tools have nothing to do with food. Some days my greatest victory is getting my steps in.

Some tools have nothing to do with food. Some days my greatest victory is getting my steps in.

To share the items I've enjoyed using along the way, I've created a "KETO TOOLS" page. It can be found at the top of the site under the 'ABOUT' tab, just below 'MY NEXT GOAL". I'll add more items as I incorporate them and have had a chance to use them for a while.

I'll be posting about my experiences and opinions, little reviews if you will, on the items. If you have a favorite tool, share! I'm not a gadget fiend, but who doesn't love something that make things easier?

One doesn't need any of these - or any other tools - to be successful at keto. The most important thing is to keep carbs under about 20 grams per day. So keeping it simple is great. Just wanted to pass along what I've used.

[I've included links to each item and all links carry you to Amazon. If you purchase an item via my link, I'll get a little referral fee. But shop around and get your best deals. Just trying to help defray costs of my upkeep. Lovely Mate deserves a break!]


The information I present here is based on my own experiences and personal research. While I’ve been fortunate to have exposure to leading researchers, physicians and journalists regarding the ketogenic specifically and LCHF (low carb/high fat) more generally, we are all responsible for our own choices, including what we put in our mouths. I welcome questions, comments and even civil criticism. I’m still learning. So, if you have something to add, go for it. Thanks!  - Casey