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Cauliflower, the Ultimate Keto Food

Cauliflower, the Ultimate Keto Food

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hey guys today we’re gonna talk about the ultimate keto food you got it cauliflower now what’s cool about cauliflower is its low carb and it tastes like a potato it’s very starchy but it doesn’t have the starch in it with 1.4 grams of fiber giving you a net carb of 1.2 grams so one cup is like a little over one gram of carbohydrates so it’s perfect now there’s a couple additional things that are really good about cauliflower that go beyond just being low-carb it has a lot of vitamins b1 b2 b3 b5 b6 b9 that’s folate which is very very important it has a lot of vitamin C vitamin E k1 a lot of minerals trace minerals especially manganese which is good as an antioxidant and in addition to this it has some pretty serious phytonutrients in fact all the cruciferous vegetables are high in phytonutrients now what are phytonutrients a mainly act as specialized antioxidants that help in the turning on and turning off of certain genes and the maintenance of your DNA now there’s many different ways you can prepare a cauliflower the one that I like is the pizza crusts okay I’m gonna put a link down below on a pizza that is made with cauliflower crust it’s really delicious you can also get these at the store kabosh is a company that sells cauliflower crust this is what it looks like right here and they have different crust as well they have a spinach pizza crust pumpkin zucchini crust for like a dessert how about this one chocolate zucchini crust and then we have our kale pizza crust and just regular cauliflower crust what’s really important when you get a crust is to look on the label and just make sure it has cauliflower in it because sometimes they’ll slip in things like tapioca starch or dextran and some other things that are not keto friendly kabosh is a good company there’s others you can check them out I’ll put a link down below and then we have our cauliflower rice okay and you can get this at any grocery store now it’s becoming more popular and it tastes almost culture rice which is very starchy but without the starch it’s all fiber so this is a really good recipe I’ll put some links down below of some additional things you can check it out now one thing to remember when you’re cooking cauliflower is the more you cook it the more nutrients you destroy three minutes of boiling equals ten minutes of steaming so if you were to steam it for like five minutes you would actually preserve a lot more nutrients and even boiling it for you know two minutes now the best way to preserve your nutrients is just to saute it and even though you cook it for a long time you’re still getting some nutrients but one big benefit is it’s a low carb food and you also get the fiber and sometimes when I go to certain restaurants I will find that they will have the entire head of the cauliflower roasted with cheese on the menu and I’ll order and I’ll pretty much eat the whole thing anyway there’s a lot of ways to care cauliflower I’m gonna put some links down below check it out it’s the ultimate keto food thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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Today, we’re going to talk about the ultimate keto food—cauliflower. Cauliflower is low-carb, and it has a ton of nutrients. Cauliflower even tastes like a potato, but it doesn’t have the starch in it. 

1 cup of cauliflower has:

• 2.6g carbs
• 1.4g fiber
• 1.2g net carbs
• Vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K1)
• Minerals 

In addition, cauliflower is also high in phytonutrients. Phytonutrients mainly act as specialized antioxidants that help in the turning on and turning off of certain genes, and the maintenance of your DNA.

You might be wondering how to cook cauliflower, or what some great cauliflower recipes are. There are a lot of great recipes with cauliflower out there. My favorite healthy cauliflower recipe is the keto-friendly cauliflower pizza crust. 

When you’re looking for a great cauliflower crust to buy premade at the store, always be sure to check the label to make sure that all of the ingredients are actually keto-friendly. 

Cauliflower rice makes a great keto rice because it tastes almost identical to rice, but it doesn’t have all of the starch just fiber. 

When cooking cauliflower, it’s important to keep in mind that the more you cook the cauliflower, the more nutrients you destroy. Three minutes of steaming cauliflower is equal to 10 minutes of steaming it. Steaming is a better option than boiling, but the best way to preserve the nutrients is to sauté the cauliflower.

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