#KetoPKU recipes | Konjac rice, “Dainty” style

Do you know the rice of the Dainty company? These are small cans that contain rice with a bag of flavor. It's really easy to make and they are excellent, especially pilaf rice. Unfortunately, rice is problematic for those who have phenylketonuria as it contains a lot of proteins. In addition, flavor bags are obviously … Lire la suite #KetoPKU recipes | Konjac rice, “Dainty” style

#KetoPKU Recipes | Cauliflower steak, celery root fries and asparagus

The #KetoPKU experience continues in a beautiful way with this ketogenic healthy meal that respects the phenylketonuria low protein diet! Asparagus Asparagus Avocado oil Salt and pepper Preparation: This is the simplest part of the meal. Cut and wash the asparagus. Spread them in a bowl or oven-safe pan. Brush with oil and sprinkle with … Lire la suite #KetoPKU Recipes | Cauliflower steak, celery root fries and asparagus

#KetoPKU | The secret weapons

The #KetoPKU experience starts very soon, on January 16th, 2023. If you don't know what I'm talking about here, you probably missed my last article. Take a moment to read it. As I have mentioned before and also as many have pointed out to me, the phenylketonuria diet is normally incompatible with the ketogenic diet. … Lire la suite #KetoPKU | The secret weapons

A big challenge (and an interesting experience) at the beginning of 2023

Recently, I posted a mysterious image on Facebook with an incomplete hashtag mentioning a challenge. The time has come to lift the curtain on this experience that I will try with my girlfriend at the beginning of the year. https://www.facebook.com/pcublogue/posts/714870756814694 The diet that is not supposed to be compatible with phenylketonuria The ketogenic diet has … Lire la suite A big challenge (and an interesting experience) at the beginning of 2023