low sodium eating


Homemade Riced Cauliflower (12 cal per ½ cup)

I decided to try my hand at making my own riced cauliflower since I had a bunch at home, and it turned out so delicious I’m proud of myself!! I used part of my cauliflower head for my mashed cauliflower recipe, so this one yielded about 1 ½ cups. Green giant sells frozen riced cauliflower (which is so delicious), so if you do not have time to make your own, that is always an option. Theirs is only 10 calories per ½ cup and it contains slightly more protein, vitamin c, calcium and iron, but there is more sodium, and carbs to theirs. In general the differences are minimal. 


  • 1 cauliflower head


  1. Separate cauliflower florets and chop off the stems
  2. Place in blender or food processor and pulse/chop until you get a grainy, rice consistency
  3. Transfer to pan to fry (I used a minimal amount of coconut oil, but you can use other kinds or butter)
  4. Fry, stirring frequently, until soft and some of the cauliflower browns
  5. Add optional seasoning (I prefer turmeric and a bit of sea salt)
  6. Serve and enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Calories: 12
Total Fat: .25g
Sat Fat: 0g
Trans Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 7.7mg
Potassium: 75.58mg
Total Carbohydrates: 2.56g
Fiber: .86g
Sugar: .86g
Protein: .86g
Vitamin A: 0%
Vitamin C: 40%
Calcium: 1%
Iron: 1%

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anonymous asked:

Salt/sodium avoid it for weight loss? Or doesn't matter at all? In your eBook you say low sodium. But you eat lots of sodium and you're lean.

Low sodium is best. Most people who read my book are quite sedentary so I wrote it for them.

When you are more active you can increase fat and sodium content daily yes.


If you are ketogenic, you NEED 3 to 5 GRAMS of sodium daily. You all know from experience that your body does not retain water nearly as much as when we were carb beasts, and electrolytes go where the water goes. You also are not secreting much insulin, so your kidneys will excrete sodium rather than resorb it.
(All this is what is mainly responsible for what we call the “keto flu”)

If you’re feeling crappy, you most likely need salt.

Luv u ketoers