Recipe: Keto-Alkaline Breakfast Parfait

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The Most Delicious, Alkaline-Keto Breakfast!

It’s quick, delicious, easy, fat-and-protein-rich, alkaline and can be made for days ahead!

My alkaline approach and the ketogenic diet are hugely complimentary…

Both emphasize high-fat, fresh, vegetable-rich (slanted towards max leafy-greens) and a move completely away from sugar, processed food, low-fat, gluten and grains. Both are about focusing on real food, natural and healthy.

And while they have their nuances (more animal protein and slightly fewer carbs on what we know as the keto diet – it’s actually the ‘Modified Atkins Keto Diet’ – the original ketogenic diet, developed for treatment-resistant seizures and cancer is something like 90-95% calories from fat, not the 60-70% on most keto diets)…

But if you want to live alkaline AND keto – it’s so easy and massively powerful.

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Keto-Alkaline Breakfast Parfait

Serves 2

Ingredients

40g unsweetened shredded coconut
2tbsp coconut oil
Pinch of ground cinnamon
Pinch of ground cardamom
Pinch of Himalayan salt
2tbsp chia seeds
120g organic mixed berries (blueberries are best)
200ml coconut yogurt
200ml coconut cream (canned)

Instructions

1) Preheat the oven to 300 Fahrenheit. Now begin preparing the chia seeds – put them into a glass with 2 tablespoons of water, stir and allow to thicken and absorb the water.

2) Next prepare the coconut – mix it in a bowl with the spices and salt and stir through the coconut oil. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and put into the oven for 5 minutes, then remove and allow to cool.

3) In nice wide glasses begin layering the fruit, chia, coconut cream, coconut mix, coconut yogurt, finishing ideally with a topping of the fruit!

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  1. Allyson Bending Reply

    Hi Ross

    I noticed your breakfast recipe for today is keto-alkaline and wondered if you are familiar with the work of Steven Gundry and, if so, how this sits with your ideas. One of the most fascinating things for me about both his findings and your alkaline diet is the emphasis on avoiding most fruit. This is great news for me because I have always beaten myself up about not eating enough fruit even though I eat loads of veg.!! You both seem to be doing a great job of homing in on some very interesting aspects of nutrition.
    Best wishes

  2. Carol Reply

    Should it be fresh fruit. Ross or can you use frozen?

  3. Margaret Reply

    Hi Ross, I’ve been reading your offer on the Alkaline diet ebook the offer that runs out at midnight on the 6th September. All the comments say you lose weight. The problem for me is iam a type 2 diabetic and I only weight 8 stone, so the last thing I need is to loose more weight. I really want to try it but am worried about loosing too much weight and looking I’ll. Any suggestions (sorry)

    • ross Reply

      Hey Margaret – weight loss and weight gain are the same solution – being underweight or overweight are both about being out of balance. If you need to GAIN weight, getting alkaline (the way I teach) will do this. AND you can expedite it by adding additional nutrients/ingredients on a more regular basis. The Alkaline x Keto recipes would be a big help for you.

      Ross

  4. Shirley Pullen Reply

    Thanks Ross, look forward to trying this tomorrow

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