Rem is a whigger from Ohio.
I’ve learned a lot from his channel though about fitness and nutrition. Sometimes we all feel like breaking our low-carb or Keto diet and just eating for sheer comfort like normal people. It’s no fun to be a gym bro who eats nothing but chicken breast, broccoli and sweet potatoes like every single day. Scrolling through my subs, I noticed he has uploaded a new low-carb pizza recipe.
We’ve been eating these low-carb pizzas off and on for a year now. It is fun to experiment with all the variations. The key change is the crust which you can make out of cheese, bacon, cauliflower or coconut flour and cook like a normal pizza with the toppings of your choice.
I prefer the meatlover’s version with ground Italian sausage.
If you eat one of these low-carb pizzas loaded with cheese, bacon, sausage and all the toppings of a supreme pizza, I can promise you it will be tasty and filling. You won’t even feel like you are on a diet. This is one of the best recipes to start easing into a low-carb or Keto diet.
We don’t need the average American to look like a shredded gym bro. Most people don’t have the time to be a gym rat. We just don’t want them to look like a scene out of WALL-E:
The cause of this disaster is three-fold: the lack of physical exercise due to the changing nature of work and transportation in the 20th century, the conucopia of garbage food available at the American supermarket and fast food restaurants and a lack of education about nutrition. You won’t find many morbidly obese Southerners in the Dixie of a century ago. Quite the opposite.
Here are some of the worst culprits in your diet:
- Seed oils
- High carb foods
The extent to which you will look like a blimp rather than a normal human being is largely a function of this short list in your diet times your physical activity level. Drive through your town and look at the sheer number of fast food joints which offer combos of 850 calorie burgers, 500 calorie french fries and 600 calorie Big Gulp sodas. They also have salads on their menus!
American capitalism has created this problem in the South. It rose in a straight line in the 20th century with the automobile, the interstates and the supermarket. The second fattest country in the world is our neighbor Mexico. Obesity is a recent plague in both the South and Mexico. It is easy to imagine it disappearing along with McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s and Walmart.