Supported Products and Reviews

Supported Products and Reviews

Welcome to the products and reviews page! All of these products are products that I use every day, and I fully support them. If you are interested in purchasing any of them, you can click on the image or the link above the image. I do get a referral for every purchase through my site’s link, so if you do choose to buy them, thanks!

For Cooking

Presto Dehydro 6303 (And other versions)


Dehydrate fruit, vegetables, spices, meat, and probably anything else you can think of. Definitely a great buy for any low carb dieter!


Walden Farms Zero Calorie, Zero Carbs Stuff!


Walden Farms is a great little product that I have used for years. They have a huge variety of products ranging from salad dressing, syrups, preserves, and even barbecue sauce! The best part is that they contain NO carbohydrates and NO calories!! They are just simply amazing! I specifically enjoy their Sesame Ginger, Ranch, and Caesar dressings, chocolate and pancake syrup, and their regular and thick and spicy barbecue sauces. Delicious!

Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour


Better Body Organic Coconut Flour


Low in net effective carbs and great for making a variety of things. Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour or Better Body Organic Coconut Flour is what I use to make my delicious browned butter coconut flour waffles! Highly recommended!

Coconut oil – Great for cooking!
Carrington Farms Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 54 Ounce

coconut oil

I use this coconut oil for the majority of my cooking needs. It’s got a high smoke point, and I’ve never had a bad flavor from it. I fry, bake, and even use it as an oil pull in the morning. My teeth have never been whiter!

Cast Iron Lodge Pan

Lodge L8SK3 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet, 10.25-inch


This is one of my favorite pans for cooking. It holds heat very well, and it is perfect for searing meats. It is also great for baking (low carb cornbread coming up!), and I love that it comes pre-seasoned. I do, however, season my pan with coconut oil, which I happen to have listed above!

Weber Jumbo Joe Kettle Grill


This is my go-to grill for cooking at home or on the road. I love the fact that it is portable. I have cooked for up to six people on this little guy. It’s perfect for smoking foods (like my wings and ribs), and grilling (like my steaks). I highly recommend the Weber Jumbo Joe for your grilling and smoking needs!

Favorite Low Carb Snacks!

Cello Artisan Cheese Makers WHISPS Pure Parmesan Cheese Crisps


These are my absolute favorite low carb snack. Why? They have zero carbs!! Made absolutely with only one ingredient, cheese! They are perfect for when I have the craving for something crunchy (like chips) but I don’t want to eat the carbs. I only get this sized bag, because any smaller and they wouldn’t make it past the first day!

Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts


Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts is Rae’s absolute top choice for a cold sweet treat. They are non-gmo, gluten-free, lactose-free, fat-free, with a low glycemic impact. Her favorite flavors are Salted Caramel and Cake Batter, which both only have 35 calories per serving with 5 net carbs, or a total of 150 calories and 20 net effective carbs for the ENTIRE PINT!!

If you feel like indulging, they also have a cookie dough flavor, which has 300 calories for the ENTIRE PINT!!

Flatout Hungry Girl Foldit Flatbread 100% Whole Wheat with Flax


Low carb flat breads that are excellent for making sandwiches. You can also make pizzas and other things with them. Check out my full review here.

Other Products

Ketone Testing Strips


Ketone testing strips are a great aid to have when starting a low carb diet. I know I definitely used them a ton when I first started. They are especially useful in judging just how many carbs you can consume while staying in ketosis, which I think of as being in the “sweet spot.” I highly recommend using them to gauge your ketosis levels, and in turn, also testing your fat burning “zone.”

Body Composition Analysis Scale


I believe having a good scale is an important part of tracking your weight loss/lifestyle change. This scale is one that I use that uses bio-impedance testing to measure your body composition. It gives a measure of your total weight, fat mass, muscle mass, bone mass, and probably other things that i’m forgetting. It was great to see my body changing from one that was made primarily of fat to one made up of mostly muscle. One caveat to this is that there will always be fluctuations to your weight, and to always take any readings with a grain of salt. Even scales are not always 100% accurate, but they are definitely another useful tool to have in your arsenal!