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Grilled Lime-herb Pork Chops Grilled Vegetable Salad And Grilled Garlic Bread

6 (4-oz) boneless center-cut pork loin chops Preheat grill or grill pan to medium-high heat.Combine 1 Tbsp oil, the lime rind, garlic, tsp salt and the pepper in a small bowl.Rub mixture evenly over pork chops. Grill pork chops 4 minutes per side or until done.Let stand 3 minutes. Stir together cilantro, remaining 2 Tbsp oil, the lime juice, oregano and tsp salt in a small bowl.Spoon herb mixture evenly over each pork chop to serve. Grilled Vegetable Salad and Grilled Garlic Bread 3 medium zucchini, cut in half lengthwise 1 medium onions, cut into -inch-thick rounds Preheat grill or grill pan to medium-high heat.Lightly coat zucchini and onion with cooking spray.Grill 8 to 10 minutes, or until crisp-tender, turning occasionally. Cool and chop vegetables.Mince half the garlic.Combine grilled vegetables, tomatoes, minced garlic, vinegar, 2 Tbsp oil, the salt and pepper in a large bowl; toss. Lightly coat both sides of bread with cooking spray.Grill bread 1 minute on each side or until golden. Rub cut sides of remaining clove garlic over each slice bread.Drizzle with remaining 1 Tbsp oil; sprinkle with oregano. Divide vegetable salad and bread each into 6 servings. Continue reading >>

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  1. successful_great_guy

    I hear the experts say in interviews that a ketogenic diet is not for everyone. I recall D'Agostino saying 70-75% of people thrive on a ketogenic diet, but 25-30% do not. Do we have evidence-based examples of where keto does not work, is unhealthy, or is dangerous to one's health? There are clearly a multitude of anecdotal examples, but there are also a multitude of people who love eating sugar and won't make it past keto flu or who think they are doing keto when they're not (ex. low carb low fat) or eat the wrong things. Is there evidence either way on this?

  2. ShadedSpaces

    Well, I mean, I have no idea how one would create a PKU-friendly keto diet when everything like eggs, meat, fish, cheese, nuts, and dairy are best avoided.
    I can't imagine how someone with fat-intolerant IBS would be able to eat keto either. Or someone with one of the diseases that results in fat malabsorption.
    I don't think that conditions like these amount to a quarter of the population though. But we certainly have evidenced-based examples of people who are better off eating carbs. Feeding a traditional ketogenic diet to a kid with PKU would literally cause irreversible brain damage.

  3. saralt

    Dr. Noakes mentioned a number in the 10% range. The truth is that we just don't know yet how many people don't do well.

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