Your Pescatarian Keto Recipe Guide
A traditional keto diet can be red meat heavy. So, here are 3 days of vegetarian keto breakfasts, lunches and dinners to boost your energy levels and keep you in ketosis.
Even if you’re not vegetarian, this guide includes some easy-to-make and incredibly delicious vegetarian keto meal ideas. This way, you can balance out your meats with plenty of keto vegetables.
What does the guide include?
This guide includes our favourite pescatarian keto recipes that form part of a well-formulated ketogenic diet. This means that the recipes are high in fibre, macro and micronutrients and will give you everything that you need to get into ketosis, boost your energy levels and focus. We hope that like us, you will feel amazing!
This guide is not a diet, cleanse, or detox. It’s a sustainable ketogenic meal plan recipe guide. We believe fresh, varied and fortifying ingredients are the key to having a healthy ketogenic diet and there are 3 days of meals in this guide. 3 x 3 = 9 delicious ways to get into ketosis! And all the meals are gluten free!
You will get a PDF (7MB) file. It’s a great recipe guide to give you an idea on how to formulate delicious low carb, high fat recipes. However, it is not a personalised diet guide.
- 3 days of well formulated delicious ketogenic recipes (recipes include breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day)
- Detailed macros and nutritional information on each meal.
- Balanced meal pairing to ensure breakfast, lunch, and dinner compliment each other
- Shopping list
- Advice for replenishing your electrolytes, including our favourite electrolyte replenishing drink
- Time saving hacks for quick meals and lazy cooking!
We realize that it can be hard to find a diet and lifestyle that fills you with motivation, energy, focus and creativity.
The recipes in this guide will help heal you and make you feel amazing! We really can use food to feel our best; after all, food is thy medicine!
We created the 3 Day Pescatarian Ketogenic Meal Plan in order to make ketogenic eating simple, stress free, and effective.
Why Pescatarian? Because of DHA!
It’s common knowledge that DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) is an essential fatty acid for brain function and development.
Along with the biohacking movement, the popularity of a meat heavy ketogenic diet, as well as the carnivore diet trend, there has been an increasing shift towards a red meat rich diet, at the expense of seafood.Although DHA and fish oil supplementation have become more mainstream, a supplement itself is never as beneficial as deriving the DHA from the original food source. Real food should always be the first option,before supplementation.
The Institute for Food, Brain & Behaviour argue that ‘The health benefits of eating fish and seafood outweigh any of the theoretical risks...“Fish and seafood contain…Selenium for example is an important cofactor for antioxidants and is thus probably protective against methylmercury.” —IFBB
And Professor Michael Crawford of Imperial University London has asserted that a “Ketogenic Diet is far superior in supplying energy to the brain” if it includes seafood, compared with than any other diet. Prof Crawford has warned of the extinction of humans without ‘Marine Agriculture’ as we have exhausted arable land for growing and rearing enough food to feed our growing population. Furthermore, he reaffirms that the average IQ in the western world had decreased since the 1950s—attributed to a reduction in essential fatty acid consumption—namely from seafood. We need the dietary guidelines to promote a diet that supports brain health.
This is literally food for thought…perhaps a pescatarian keto diet is the optimum diet for the human brain.
We hope you use and love this guide. Please let us know how your meals turn out on the Keto Supplements website blog and share your foodie photos with us!
Enjoy your keto Journey!
Learn more about the Ketogenic Diet and getting into Ketosis
Check out our 5 Steps to Ketosis Guide
Feeling Thirsty on the Ketogenic Diet? Find out how to replenish your electrolytes here.
Experiencing a Fat Loss Plateau? Read this.
3 Essential Keto Survival Tips:
Keep hydrated, you lose a lot of water through glycogen stores when transitioning to the ketogenic diet.
Replenish your electrolytes! Our electrolytes are sodium, potassium and magnesium.
Add extra mineral salt to your food and supplement with MCT Oil if you need additional energy. This way, you are less likely to experience low energy levels and dizziness caused by electrolyte imbalances.
Enjoy the guide and share your pescatarian keto creations with us on instagram@ketosupplements