Saturday mornings for many kids used to involve sitting in front of the tv in your pajamas watching cartoons with a box of cereal, a bowl, and a carton of milk. Eventually, we all had to grow up and eating cereal in front of the television got replaced with work, sports, hobbies, or our own kids. As we mature our habits change, along with the foods we ate. We become conscious of carbs and sugar and how it impacts our bodies. We start exercising more and, these days at least, shop for CBD oil gummies. We started doing yoga and CrossFit, and drinking keto-friendly protein shakes instead of eating cereal.
With all the growth and changes, there are times where you feel a bit nostalgic. There are times when you want to be that kid sitting in front of the tv munching on bowls of cereal and drinking milk. Instead, many of us have adopted the ketogenic diet as a way of achieving our health and fitness goals. Many of the cereals that were popular when we were kids were (and still are) loaded with sugar and carb-heavy. If keto is your diet of choice, cereal is on the no-no list of foods you cannot eat. At least it was banished to the “Land of No” until Magic Spoon came along. Magic Spoon is a low carb low sugar cereal alternative that looks, feels, and tastes like breakfast cereal, without the sugar and carbs.
In April, the team released Magic Spoon, a direct-to-consumer line of four “guilt-free,” Keto-friendly cereals that resemble the taste—and even box design—of Count Chocula and company. It comes in four flavors: cinnamon, cocoa, frosted, and fruity. The gluten-free ingredient list is comparable to a protein bar or shake: composed of a protein blend (milk protein isolate, whey protein isolate), coconut oil, fiber, and the natural sweetener allulose. Each serving counts just 3g of carbs.
What's even better about this is that if you were to take a plunge back into the cereal life, Magic Spoon works within the framework of the keto diet, and it could even receive a boost from some tasty Sugar and Kush vanilla CBD oil. Sugar and Kush edible CBD products are all keto-friendly. The products contain no sugar and no carbohydrates and taste great. So whatever your reason for taking CBD products, you don’t need to add it to your macro tally for the day.
Keto works by having you remove sugar from your diet. Once you remove the sugar from your diet, your body needs a new energy source for fuel, causing it to shift from glucose to fat. Your body burns the fat which creates ketones that your body can convert into fuel. Ketones can not only be used as a fuel source for the body but are also known to be powerful anti-inflammatory agents. CBD may go well with the Keto diet.
If you’re in a bit of a breakfast rut trying to stay in line with a low carb diet, grab a box of Magic Spoon and some Sugar and Kush Cotton Candy CBD drops and transport yourself back to being a kid again.
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