Jeff’s High Fat, Low Carb Breakfast Shake

This entry is part 7 of 14 in the series Low Carb Pot Luck

Jeff and Breakfast Shake

 

Jeff’s breakfast shake was part of a pot luck conducted by the Boulder Very Low Carb Diabetes Support Group, where we encouraged people to bring “tasting” size portions with no more than 5 grams carb in an actual serving, and smaller samples still for more tastings.

2 Tb Kirkland Pure Olive Oil 240 cal, 28 g fat
1 scoop Muscle Milk Whey Protein 140 cal, 2 g fat, 1 g carb, 27 g protein
Blue Diamond Almond Milk 40 cal, 3.5 g fat, 1 g carb, 1 g protein

Makes 1 Serving

Calories:  420
Fat:  33.5 g    71%
Protein:  28 g    27%
Carbs:  2 g    1%

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  2 comments for “Jeff’s High Fat, Low Carb Breakfast Shake

  1. June 22, 2015 at 5:52 am

    Hi, there, Mary from Nova Scotia. I’m personally clueless about shakes, but since you like Jeff Volek’s perspective, there might be more details in the books he’s co-authored with Steve Phinney. You can find out more at their website, the Art & Science of Low Carb.

  2. Mary
    March 7, 2015 at 5:07 pm

    Hi there & greetings from Nova Scotia, Canada! :)) Thank you for sharing Jeff’s HF/LC shake recipe. I especially am grateful for the macronutrient breakdown, as I am trying hard to lose weight and need this for my “Atkins app”. 🙂
    *I have been tempted to try the “Ideal Protein” program (shakes, soups, etc.), but I really do not want to re-introduce soy protein into my diet. Thus, I am on a quest to build a great shake that has a lot of nutrition packed into it.
    *Do you happen to have a shake recipe with all micronutirents such as Vitamin & minerals, accounted for? You see, I just was researching a shake menu for myself and came across Dr. Wahl’s shake with Kale (as featured on Dave Asprey’s site also). I do not wish to introduce kale or spinach into a shake, as I don’t believe calcium/magnesium supplements should need to be added to a food to offset any “bad” effects from the kale and/or spinach. So…I am searching for a highly nutritious HF/LC shake that has the nutrition profile of the famous “Ideal Protein” shake, but perhaps not vegetables added to it. Thanks!

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