Chris Bair is a technology and computer geek. He became involved in the nutritionally complete "future foods" movement in January 2014, originally with a conventional recipe and later switching to a high fat, low carb "ketogenic" variant on October 2014. In January 2015 he created the recipe for Keto Chow and released it without restriction for anyone to use, at the same time he began mixing the recipe up for people that wanted a finished product and has seen steady growth in the business every month since.
I hit my 3 month mark on ketosis yesterday (while eating a lettuce wrapped hamburger at Carl’s Jr.) and It’s time for an update. Weight Oct – Dec 2014In total I’m down almost 24 lbs. I’m going to be getting a “comprehensive metabolic panel” sometime next week. It will be interesting to compare it to […]
I started doing keto food using Anthony’s USDA Organic Coconut Flour (5 lb), because the cost was better. I actually went through two of them before starting on my new Nutiva Organic Flour, Coconut, 25 Pound that I didn’t get from Amazon, I got it from these guys. Wow, what a difference! The Anthony’s is […]
Following a question on reddit I went through the nutrient info for just about all of the ingredients and made sure the info was as accurate as I could get. The recipe has 92.3g of total carbs with 62.2g of insoluble fiber, 10.8g of soluble fiber. Including the soluble fiber in the equation, that gives […]
OK, it’s morning and I’m drinking down Ketosoy. Here are my impressions. I was wrong, it appears the chia seeds are not ground. Personally I don’t particularly like the taste of ground chia seeds due to my experience with the “induction phase” recipe. Anyhow, not being ground (or at least not ground very much) the […]
Honestly, you’re better off using a program like Cron-o-Meter. It supports net carbs on the web and the mobile app and does a much better job. If you do still want to use MyFitnessPal: Do the install, as instructed on this page Next you’ll want to set up your “macros” in MyFitnessPal:Go to: Home -> Goals […]
I have this written up in text for on my Ketofood Preparation page, but I wanted to do a video showing the process. There’s a different video of measuring and mixing the dry ingredients. As a follow-up, here is what it looks like the next morning after everything separates. Note that the oil didn’t separate, […]
Somebody asked me about the recipe that I’m using for ketosis. It’s the same as QuidNYCs for ongoing ketosis but with Canola oil instead of Olive. This is mostly because I have issues with the smell/flavor of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. T Along with that, yesterday I recorded a video of me mixing up a […]