9 College Keto Foods When on a Budget

9 College Keto Foods When on a Budget

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okay had some requests on this topic I’m in college I wanted to Quito don’t have a lot of money okay I’ve been there had the t-shirt there are times in college where I had just a tiny bit of money and I had to stretch that for a long time of course I didn’t know any better and I would consume the refined carbohydrates you know the bread the cereal the pasta the ramen noodles which then stimulates hunger and causes me to eat more and more food so you do want to keep your carbs low and you do want to do in a minute fasting that right there is gonna save you a lot of money all right so if you have the option of having like Trader Joe’s or Costco in your area go there you’re gonna get it a lot cheaper but the first food I’m gonna talk about his bulk salad you can even go to the Giant and get really inexpensive salad okay and you have your bowl it’s not that expensive and that way you have your greens sardines are a really good go to a protein source and as omega-3 fatty acid both DHA and EPA those are the two active forms of omega-3 fatty acids plus it’s a great protein source if possible get the sardines with the bones and the skin it’s not a necessity but it gives you some additional benefits Kerrygold butter okay the butter with your food is going to satisfy you a lot more you can get this from Trader Joe’s or Costco very very inexpensively now and it’s grass-fed hamburger okay now if you can’t afford grass-fed at least get organic okay because that’s even though these animals are consuming grains at least they’re consuming organic grains okay Costco and BJ’s is starting to carry very inexpensive organic meat products number five chicken thighs wings when you actually shot for chicken there’s a lot of different cuts and things like that these two can’t seem to be the least expensive number six summer sausage now you may need to find this at a healthy store but it’s not that expensive it’s a lot less expensive than other types of meats but you can actually just cut off the amount that you want keep in the fridge and it’s a good source of fat and protein the one that I use is without dextrose okay and number seven my favorite eggs you can get pasture-raised organic eggs for under five dollars okay like four dollars and forty cents and if you do three eggs a day it’s like a dollar a day a little more than a dollar a day for your protein if you do three eggs per meal that’s just a little more than one dollar for your protein source in you’re getting one of the best sources of protein in healthy fats and other nutrients but I would highly recommend eating a lot of eggs and no it’s not going to increase your cholesterol you bring a cabbage very expensive a very good source of vitamin C and other nutrients and it’s cruciferous so you can slice up some cabbage you can saute it or mix with your salad it’s pretty good squash this doesn’t necessarily have to be organic because you’re not eating the outer portion but you’re cooking it and you’re getting a good protein source and it’s not that expensive all right guys there you have it your keto friendly foods on a budget so if you’re enjoying this content go ahead and share it with someone that could really benefit from it

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about what he ate when he was in college and what keto-friendly foods to choose when you’re in a budget.
1. Bulk Salad
2. Sardines
3. Kerry Gold Butter
4. Hamburger
5. Chicken Thighs / Wings
6. Summer Sausage
7. Eggs
8. Cabbage
9. Squash
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