A LITTLE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE...January 5th marks a special day, actually a "national Day" for both Keto AND Whipped Cream. Yes, there is a little something for everyone, whether you plan on working on transforming your health or indulging in whipped cream on everything.
NATIONAL KETO DAY which is an approach to transforming our health. Recent research suggests the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic or ‘keto’ diet offers a number of benefits. Two of the most significant perks seen with the keto diet are weight loss and healthy blood sugar support. Other health benefits of a keto diet may include healthy cholesterol and blood pressure support. It may also be beneficial for those with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. How does the Keto plan work?- By eliminating carbohydrates, your body will use up its store of glycogen first. Then it will move into ketosis and begin burning fat.Primarily, a keto diet consists of healthy fats, like eggs, avocado, olive oil, and sustain ably-raised meat. Nuts, seeds, dairy, and low-carbohydrate vegetables such as asparagus, broccoli, and green peppers are also easy to incorporate. Coconut oil, grass-fed butter, and ghee add fat and flavor to a keto diet. Occasionally, small servings of berries are added to the menu.Eliminate these foods if you are considering a keto diet:sweets, sugar, sodas, baked goods,grains, whole grains, and starches,fruits, starchy vegetables,hydrogenated oils, vegetable oil, diet foods, including low sugar, sugar-free, low-fat foods.
NATIONAL WHIPPED CREAM DAY also falls on January 5th. Go ahead and add a little something extra special... whipped cream. Add it to desserts and well maybe even breakfast on pancakes or waffles. Celebrate National Whipped cream Day and add whipped cream to your coffee, hot chocolate and more! Yum- whipped cream not only does it add some creaminess and pizzazz but looks so decadent on everything!
This holiday falls on the birthday of Reddi-Wip founder Aaron “Bunny” Lapin (January 5, 1914 – July 10, 1999). Lapin invented Reddi-Wip in 1948, and the holiday celebrates whipped cream’s contributions to the dessert world. Enjoy!
Source: National Day Calendar