All the Comfort, Without the Carbs. Recipes for 1 or 2
A blog that’s full of recipes and tips for living the low carb lifestyle. Most of the recipes are created for one or two servings but you can click on the serving size and adjust the recipe for more (or less).
You’ll find lots of comfort food like you remember like:
And lots more… Most everything has 10 net carbs or less!
A Note from Marye
Y’all, when I started this blog six years ago I had no idea that it would grow as fast as it did, that y’all would be so generous in your friendship, and that I would have so much fun learning to eat low carb and sharing my journey with you.
In the past year my blogs have exploded and I have begun working with other bloggers to help them achieve their dreams. Over the past few months it became clear that I had to let something go.
I have someone taking over for me here at Lowcarb-ology but they’ll be bringing you the same great recipes and ideas that you’ve come to love about the blog.
I’ll be popping in now and then to share a recipe – I’m not disappearing… just stepping back.
I love y’all so much – thanks for enriching my life in so many ways!
About Marye Audet
Marye Audet is an author, freelance writer, and editor. As a work at home mom she has a unique perspective that encompasses the overwhelming deadlines and commitments of the professional woman as well as the constantly changing needs of a homeschooling mom with a large family. She is the author of one cook book and the creator of Restless Chipotle Media, a network consisting of food based blogs, courses for bloggers, and a coaching program. Marye is also a freelance writer specializing in articles centering around parenting, homesteading and homeschooling for a variety of clients while waiting for Food Network to offer her a television show and a fat paycheck.
Why Low Carb?
I never really had a weight problem, at least not in my younger days. I have never been a big eater and I hovered between a size 4 and 6 until I was in my 30s. After I had my third child I seemed to carry and extra ten pounds that just wouldn’t go away. I had five more children and each time lost back down to that ten pound mark. I decided to live with it… After all, an 8 wasn’t so bad, right?
I gained about 40 pounds with my eighth child and after she was born (just under nine pounds — my smallest baby) I lost a total of (wait for it…)
Three pounds. Three.
For the first time in my life I was fat and I hated it. Even low carbing wasn’t working!
Turns out I had several tumors and cysts on my thyroid so out it went. I went on medication with high hopes of losing the extra weight — and didn’t. I began to keep track of my weight and finally found that cycling induction worked best for me, albeit it was slow going. I will stay on induction until I hit a plateau and then I will maintain my weight for a month or two. Once I know I am stabilized I will start induction again and so on.
Since my surgery in August of 2009 I have lost 35 pounds. It has been slow, painfully slow, but I am wearing a size 6 again and I bought a bikini this year (2013), much to the delight of my husband.
I won’t lie, I still have at least 15 pounds to go and I definitely need to firm up but at age 53 I am pretty satisfied with how I look overall.
Everyone has problems to overcome, right?
I am a food writer. I develop luscious desserts, amazing baked goods, and all kinds of yummy stuff on my other blog, Restless Chipotle. Have you ever tried to develop a recipe for fudge brownies without tasting them? Now that’s a handicap!
I like to eat good food, not boxed stuff, not mixes, not stuff with 500 different chemicals that you can’t pronounce. The food you’ll find here on Lowcarb-ology will be fresh, homemade, and awesome. I will review other products from time to time to introduce you to products I think you’ll find helpful.
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