If you’re like many families, you celebrate Easter with an egg hunt, family and friends, and a wonderful Easter Dinner. But, if you’re also trying to stay in the Keto Zone, you’ll need to be a bit choosy with dinner, even with the ham. This year, try our Keto Glazed Ham and rest assured it will keep you low in carbohydrates.
Of course, you’ll still need to look out for other carbohydrates, such as those in mashed potatoes and other dinner foods, desserts, and all the candy. But, you can do it. And, this delicious Keto Glazed Ham can help.
Nutrition info: 512 calories, 35 grams fat, 5 grams carbs, 1 gram fiber, 40 grams protein (also contains 12 grams sugar alcohol per servings from erythritol)
Another very popular ham option is Honey Baked Ham. However, if you want to stay in the Keto Zone, Honey Baked Ham can make it difficult.
In fact, every 2-ounce serving of Honey Baked Ham has:
But, this can be deceiving. Since most people eat 6-8 ounces of ham at Easter dinner, it’s easy to eat 16 grams of net carbs from a Honey Baked Ham.
Other foods at Easter dinner can also have a lot of carbohydrates. For example:
It’s easy to see how a typical Easter dinner can kick you right out of the Keto Zone, with over 100 grams of carbohydrates. This doesn’t even include the chocolate, candy Peeps, jelly beans, and other treats.
Why go through the work to make your own Keto Glazed Ham and watch out for other carbohydrates?
Because it’s absolutely worth it to improve your health, weight, energy, and longevity in the Keto Zone. When you drastically cut out carbohydrates and rely on ketones for energy, you can lose weight efficiently, within just days or weeks (1, 2). You can also maintain weight loss, especially throughout the midsection and visceral fat (3, 4).
This year, you can stay in the Keto Zone and enjoy a wonderful Easter Dinner. Try our Keto Glazed Ham and set the table for a healthy, delicious Easter Dinner.