Who am I? Well, I am mrs Bee, and I cook and write for a living, because this has become my passion in life. I changed my scene of life in November 2015 leaving my country, Denmark, in order to live with my husband in London, where he works and have done so for several years.
I think there is an urgent need for joyous information about the fantastic experiences one can have while buying, preparing and eating good food. I think the Low Carb High Fat theories and ideas in general need more attention, and I will work intensively on that. It should be easier for the people, who want to try this food-loving lifestyle, to buy food and ingredients as well as to buy proper LCHF meals, when eating out. Today the markets are infected so to say with so many bad products that in the long rum will ruin your heath.
Who is Mrs. Bee to guide you?
Me and my family have been following the LCHF advice for several years. My husbands started out in 2012 and all of us including our daughter have had tremendous improvement of both our weight and wellbeing. You could call the Low Carb High Fat recommendations a diet, but I prefer to call it a lifestyle. For me it is a permanent way of living, eating and treating myself in the best way. I believe in natural foods, minimally processed when bought, and lacking sugar, starch and grains, and unnecessary additives. I never eat processed food myself. My husband lost 4 stones by following the LCHF lifestyle, and he has no problem keeping the weight. I personally feel energetic and lightfoot.
Eating proper LCHF food means I will stay satiated and feel no hunger one or two hours after having a meal as I often used to do. I never have cravings for sweets nor prefabricated snacks any more. I myself allow for a low level of carbohydrates from natural sources in my diet though. I really hope you will find my blog inspiring, and that you find something you like. Please feel free to leave a comment on my Contact page, and also follow me on Facebook or Instagram.
I am very inspired by two websites, the Swedish, www.dietdoctor.com, and the Danish www.madbanditten.dk. Thanks for great inspiration. Regarding pics: Thanks to Annie Spratt for the use of a photo (cows).