At the Store with Butter Bob

Join me on a quick trip to the store.
If you’re just starting out on the LCHF (Low Carb/High Fat) way of life, this little trip will help you learn what to buy and more importantly, what not to buy.

Also, here on this website, there are several posts that can give you a great deal more details about the carbohydrate content of many foods.


Simple, Boring, ‘Take a Chainsaw to Your Problem’, Menu Planning

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This is the first place to start when it comes to learning the basics of how to get started on this way of life.
Learn how to get the fat content up in foods.
Learn which cuts of meat have the highest fat content.
Learn how to choose hamburger meat.


What to Look for When Buying Butter

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This post tells you all you need to know about buying butter.


Carbs in Spices, Seasonings, Flavorings

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This post tells you about the carbs in many common spices.
Learn about the carbs in:

  • cocoa powder
  • different types of vinegar
  • lemon juice
  • bouillon cubes
  • soy sauce
  • vanilla extract
  • processed meat

Take the Fat Out – Put the Sugar In

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The School Lunch Program, here in America, mandates that this tasteless milk can be flavored so long as the milk is Nonfat. In other words, sugary chocolate or other flavorings can only be added to nonfat milk. This rule essentially transforms that “milk” into a sugary drink.

Also, see how to turn Yogurt into a dessert.

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How to Make Your Own Sugar-Free Mayo and Ranch Dressing

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Here’s a great article to teach you how to make your own Ranch Dressing and your own Mayo, too.


What Can I Put In My Coffee?

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This post is about a lot more than coffee. It talks a lot about sugar, about sugar substitutes and many other common condiments. Before you go to the store, check out this article.

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14 Comments

  • Vanessa Melnyk says:

    First off. You have been a huge inspiration to me and I enjoy watching all your videos ! I feel like I am struggling a bit, I’m frustrated because I’m not losing weight as quickly as I like. I have been on keto for 10 weeks and have lost 18 pounds. I know you have talked lots about fasting, do you have any suggestions that would help ? Thank you so much for all your support ! I love your most recent video of you shopping at Walmart, that was very helpful !

  • Elizabeth Elliott says:

    Is there a book that you’ve written, reference to this way of eating, that I can get at the bookstore

  • Sue says:

    Bob, I can’t follow your high fat diet. It bothers my gallbladder. So, I have to improvise with low carbs and a little fat in frequent meals with tea or water to drink. I avoid sugar. I spend an hour working out at the pool everyday. It works, slow but it does. I eat when I am hungry. Sue

  • Sue says:

    I do like the Irish butter. Thanks for the info. Sue

    • Christine Ewing says:

      Hi Sue if you are on a high fat diet and you incease the dark leafy greens more than the protein then your body will rid the fat…in your liver and gallbladder please watch Dr. John Bergman and Dr. Eric Berg on youtube

  • Linda Dunnam says:

    Please keep this on the site for a while as I cannot view all of it until tomorrow July 7, 2016. I don’t know what we will do if you do not have the site any more. Have you got a backup?

    • Sue says:

      I tried this diet or way to lose weight, but my gallbladder doesn’t like it. I can’t do high fat. Sue

  • Hi Bob, I am so new to the HFLC diet. I am a bit desperate for recipes that are keto.Is Atkins recipes allowable? Thanks, Roberta

  • I blog often and I really thank you for your information. This great article has really peaked
    my interest. I am going to book mark your blog and keep checking for new
    details about once per week. I opted in for your RSS feed as well.

  • Sue says:

    I watched Eric Berg on Utube. Very interesting. Thank you for the info. Sue

    • Christine Ewing says:

      Yer welcome Sue Dr. John Bergman is totally awesome too. His videos are long but you will ABSOLUTELY understand anything and everything about anything in the body if you watch his videos. He taught human dissection for 8 years and on top of that practiced it for many years he has a double masters degree in human anatomy PLEASE WATCH HIS VIDEOS SUE

  • Diane Swarthout says:

    wondering, Bob, what do you do with the lard after you cook the chicken in it? Do you have to throw it out? or can you store it and reuse it?

  • Diane Swarthout says:

    what can you tell me about almond milk? any good for you?

    • Colleen says:

      Read the label. Many have sugar added. Get one with no added sugars. You can make your own to have the least amount of added chemicals, I just don’t have the time or inclination to make my own.

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