Have you been recommended to go on a ketogenic diet for weight loss or health reasons? The ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high-fat diet that shares many similarities with the Atkins and low-carb diets. It involves drastically reducing carbohydrate intake and replacing it with fat. This reduction in carbs puts your body into a metabolic state called ketosis. Biltong and Crisps are great snacks for those on a keto diet when paired with avocado or hard-boiled egg for added healthy fats. Biltong and Crisps are perfect for the high protein keto diet on its own.
One 2oz bag of Biltong has 0g of carbohydrates, total fat of 4g, and 32g of protein.
One 1oz bag of Crisps has 0g of carbohydrates, total fat of 2g, and 20g of protein.
1. Having less than five (5) net carbs per serving (where “net carbs” is defined as total carbohydrates less dietary fiber)
2. Excluding the use of pork and conventionally-sourced cow’s milk dairy
3. Using meat products that are grass-fed/free-range (as appropriate)
4. Excludes use of inflammatory ingredients or artificial colors, sweeteners or preservatives.
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Our Biltong starts as hand-cut strips of the finest American beef. We then marinate it in our time-tested blend of vinegar, pepper, coriander, spices and a dash of salt. During the hang dry, it develops an extraordinary depth of flavor. The result, a unique cross between Jerky, slow roasted beef and fine Italian prosciutto.
Made in the USA
Our Crisps start as high quality cuts of American beef. We marinate each piece in a blend of simple herbs and spices, and then we slice them thin and slow-roast each piece to the perfect crunch. Satisfy all of life’s cravings with this high-protein, no-sugar snack. Munch Mindfully and never waste a single bite of life!
100 Calories, 20g Protein, 0g Carbs, 0g Sugar
Made in the USA
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