Fatty Liver Bread Alternatives: Ketobreads Are the Way to Go

Bread is one of the most important foods you must eliminate from your diet if you suffer from a fatty liver. Or at least reduce the amounts you consume by a ton.

But what if you really like eating bread? You are not alone and fortunately there are some bread alternatives for fatty liver that are not just healthier than the “real” bread but also taste just as good.

What I am recommending today to those who want to keep enjoying their bread after being diagnosed with a fatty liver is Ketobreads.

ketobreads book cover

These are keto- and paleo-friendly bread recipes (also pizza crusts and more!) that will help you keep that yummy delight in your diet but without all the negatives. And they’re also gluten-free, in case you were wondering.

The good thing is that you don’t need to follow a strict keto diet in order to appreciate these breads, but if you already do – you can still eat them. How great is that?

Now, let’s find out more about Ketobreads and why you should invest in getting the book to learn all the secrets inside – especially the recipes.

Ketobreads impressions

I have only recently discovered this and decided to share it with you. Until now, I was struggling a bit with my bread intake for fatty liver. Even though I reversed my condition, I still want to eat healthy – but I always had a thing for bread. And pizza. Oh, my!

So it was always a struggle keeping the amounts of bread under control. Eating a bit more started a snowball: my body starts asking for more bread and the risks of slipping and eating what I shouldn’t bet are huge.

And this is when a keto bread will come to the rescue. You will get what you need or crave – which is delicious bread – but without harming your body and without feeding it the tons of carbs that grains have which trigger the chain reaction that might get out of control, ending with you eating more than you should.

Keto breads are made without grains and therefore have minimum amounts of carbs (which are responsible for weight gain and make us want even more sweets).

At the same time, unlike most bread alternatives, they taste GREAT and are also gluten-free.

Sure, they won’t be identical to your favorite, fluffy but filled with chemicals white bread – but they will be amazing.

And the best part is that whatever you lose in terms of flavor and texture compared to traditional bread you win (tenfold) in terms of health.

So definitely get your copy of the Ketobreads today and start baking all sorts of delicious treats.

You will get heaps of recipes that will teach you how to bake fatty liver friendly bread alternatives like: bagels, sandwich bread, banana bread, a super pizza crust, zucchini bread and much, much more (35 in total).

Ketobread loaves
Examples of healthy bread alternatives you will be able to prepare. Don’t they look great?

All the recipes featured inside have a maximum of 5 grams of carbs each! Pure joy!

All these are healthy, low carb breads that are the results of 20 years of experience that the book’s author, nutritionist Kelley Herring kept improving over and over again until she reached perfection – perfection that is shared with us today.

As a specialist in nutritional biochemistry, she took all the science and put her into her baking. As a result, these breads are not just low carb and healthy, but also tasty!

You get a complete set of instructions on how to prepare each bread, but also full nutritional information, so you know exactly what you eat. This is perfect to keep track of those calories and macros for your fight against fatty liver.

These gluten free bread alternatives promise to be the healthiest options you have. Unlike regular white bread which has a higher glycemic index than soda or chocolate (source here) and even your regular gluten-free breads which are still loaded with carbs, the breads you will make following the Ketobreads recipes will have a maximum of 5 grams of carbs per 100 grams. That is, in other words, very safe.

So indulging your bread cravings has never been easier and healthier, without any of the side effects and negatives of consuming bread. You will be extremely happy that you found this, like I was after all these years of trying hard and suffering from the restrictions.

Sure, this doesn’t mean that you will be able to eat ponds and pounds of bread each day, but you won’t have to completely eliminate them from your diet. You will also be able to eat a bit more than you would with other bread alternatives, which is a win in my opinion.

While I am not really a big fan of the keto diet in general, I have to admit that this way of baking is actually really good for those suffering of a fatty liver and a perfect, healthy bread alternative.

So do head over to the KetoBreads website and learn what they’re all about. I am sure you will be convinced that it’s worth spending a small amount for the book (filled with tips, but also the most valuable part – 35 recipes!) which will help you get past this challenge of reversing your fatty liver.

The book is available in digital format or physical format (I preferred the latter simply because I am a bit more old school and like to see things on paper) and you will absolutely love it.

Don’t forget to share your thoughts about the breads you can bake following the recipes in the book! I am really curious to see if you will enjoy them just as much as I did.

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6 thoughts on “Fatty Liver Bread Alternatives: Ketobreads Are the Way to Go”

  1. Having grown up in a Slavic family, rye bread was a staple. Perhaps that is why its unique taste doesn’t bother me. I find it best for tuna salad, anything that has cabbage like stuffed cabbage rolls, cabbage soup etc. Not a bad grilled cheese either.
    However, I’ve found what are considered the best breads too expensive. When you have little money to spend, that .99 loaf of white bread will have to do. Besides the Ezekiel line (which was great when I could afford it), there is Paleo Kitchen and their products. Fabulous but again, too expensive.
    People have been eating bread as a staple for untold centuries, and riots have even occurred over this necessity. I think any bread made closest to what our ancestors ate (and keeping in mind it was bread made without any preservatives and from plants that often came nowhere near what is grown today) it is unfortunate that what is best for us is the most expensive, save for rye.

    • I totally agree. Almost everything that is healthy is more expensive than the less healthy alternative. But with a bit of work, we can still do it and keep costs under control.

  2. Lynn, can you guide me to your Facebook page? Thank you for all your insight. I am 62 and have just been diagnose with fatty liver. I do love my sweets and I am not on day 3 and feeling the loss mostly for my coffee which I started drinking at 62 with cream and coconut sugar. I have not had coffee since Friday and am truly missing it more than the sweets. I have tried milk not creamy enough, I have tried Silk Almond and Coconut both disgusting. I tried a bit of honey in it without milk but it’s still too bitter for me. I am thinking that I could possibly have one mug of coffee a week with my cream and coconut sugar?? I don’t think that would hurt me if I’m eating healthy otherwise…what are your thoughts? You could email be if you wish. So far I am eating oats with some yogurt milk, chia and hemp seeds and blueberries for mornings. I have also had eggs and Ezekiel bread – not a fan but I will learn to like it. I am eating salads, apples, watermelon which I love two pieces a day. I have bananas which I was planning to put in a smoothie mix of milk/water/ice/blueberries. I am concentrating more on veggies, although I do love my 1% milk and will have it in my oatmeal and at my meal at night or water. I can do it all especially with your great ideas…I’m struggling with the coffee as I only started drinking it 2 years ago and didn’t realize what I was missing. I am thinking 2 years of cream every day with coconut sugar may possibly be the culprit…I drink Java Moose Vanilla Buttercream. Any comments would be greatly appreciated:) Thank you.

  3. I am a first time customer. I was trying to buy your bread book with your of the 82% off on 8 more of your books. I tried and tried but my visa card simply would not work. I finally just stopped trying and just left the site. A few seconds later I tried again. I really wanted the book so if I couldn’t have all of them then I tried for just the bread book and it still wouldn’t take my Visa card. I gave up. About 15mins later I get a confirmation that I will be getting the bread book. I’m confused cuz my card did not take but now I guess it did.

    • I am happy to hear that it worked well in the end, Sylvia.

      Just a little mention: it’s not my site and I did not write the book, I just bought it too and found it useful (still using them!). I am not the one selling it either so I’m not able to help in that area either. But it seems that everything worked out well in the end.


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