- Nutrition Facts & Calorie Database: Feb 21st, 2019
- Recipes Posting Module: April 21st, 2019
- My Food Diary Module: May 21st, 2019.
- My Food Diary & Home Testing Integration: May 21st, 2019
Since the launch of the integrated Recipes posting module, we disabled the provision to post recipes in the other forums and moved every recipes forum under LCHF Recipes, Meal & Diet Plans – Legacy Content forum. All new recipes were to be posted in the new Recipes module, after April 2019.
The first recipe was posted in the new recipes posting system on April 22nd, 2019 by Ali Akbar Merchant. And, the momentum picked up as the new system eliminated the onerous task of manually computing the proximates and calories per serving. Not just that, it also introduced things like charting, computation of minerals, vitamins, and amino acids based on the Nutrition Facts database.
In exactly 7 weeks from the date of the first recipe, the new recipes section has hit 100 recipes. The new system is compatible with the normal forum structure so available as a forum at — LCHF & Keto Recipes With Macro, Calorie etc.
This new system is also coupled with an easy recipe classification system into following, depending on the computed keto ratio of the recipe:
- LCHF Vegetarian
- LCHF Eggetarian
- LCHF Non Vegetarian
- Keto Vegetarian
- Keto Eggetarian
- Keto Non Vegetarian
The General category was added to include recipes that are non-LCHF non-keto but could be used by a member in My Food Diary.
100 recipes in 7 weeks is no mean achievement as it amounted to 2 recipes/day. And, what’s important is that these recipes are based on what members have been living on themselves and not some rehash work. We are highly thankful to all members who actively participated in this effort. The total number of recipes on the forum, as we go live with this article, is 1200+. The only site of Indians by Indians and for Indians that focuses entirely on LCHF & Keto diet, done the Indian way, to manage diabetes, pcos, obesity, NAFLD, insulin resistance, hypertension, etc., with minimal dependence on medications.
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