Ketogenic Breakfast for the Nomadic Lifestyle


First published at 03:16 UTC on April 16th, 2018.

Today on The Wizard Life I will be sharing how I make Hot Chocolate containing 1500 calories of fat for breakfast every morning while living nomadically in my truck.

You may be asking yourself why in the world am I drinking 1500 calories of fat for breakfast. Well, there are several reasons:

**Triggers Ketosis**
Drinking fat puts me into Ketosis, which is a state in which my body is burning Ketones instead of Glucose for energy. Ketones come from fat, while Glucose comes from carbohydrates and sugars.

There are many benefits to Ketosis, which you can learn about here (, but its primary importance to me is that it provides a huge amount of stable energy that lasts for hours.

**Supports Intermittent Fasting**
Intermittent Fasting is a type of fasting in which you only eat food within an 8-hour window and fast the rest of the day. There are numerous benefits to and variants of Intermittent Fasting which you can learn about here (http://intermittentfasting.thewizard....).

**Space Efficient Calories**
While living in my truck I have to constantly be thinking about how to minimize the amount of space I'm using. Food tends to be fairly bulky, especially if I'm trying to stay out in the wilderness for as long as possible before requiring a trip to town.

A tablespoon of fat contain around 125 calories, which is extremely space efficient.


I'm using Ghee and Caprylic Acid as my fats. Both are extremely stable with shelf lives lasting into the years when properly stored.

You can learn about the benefits of Grass-Fed Butter here:

You can learn about the benefits of Caprylic Acid here:

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