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Brian Mackenzie
Dr. Andy Galpin
Phil White



About This Book

The ketogenic diet is all about nourishing and healing your body with nutrient-dense whole foods, as international bestselling author Maria Emmerich has demonstrated in her previous books, including The Ketogenic Cookbook (with Jimmy Moore) and The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse. But food is more than just nourishment; food is tradition, food is love, and most importantly, food is a celebration. The mere thought of eating a particular meal or the smell of a favorite childhood dish can evoke positive memories, whether it’s a simple Sunday dinner with family or a major life event.

When you begin following the ketogenic diet, whether your goal is to promote weight loss, improve blood markers, or just enhance overall health and well-being, it’s easy to forget to enjoy food. Some people fall into a drab routine of consuming the same dishes over and over, which can lead to boredom and frustration—and ultimately to the desire to fall back into old, poor eating habits. With Keto Comfort Foods, Maria Emmerich reassures everyone on the keto diet that it isn’t difficult at all to recreate those favorite foods and meals in healthy ways—you just need to use a little creativity. By using clever low- or no-calorie substitutions for sugar and scrubbing all recipes clean of gluten-containing additives, Maria has created an incredible resource for comforting home-cooked meals that are safe enough for everyone in the family and delicious enough for the most discerning eaters. These recipes are sure to become new family favorites!

In Keto Comfort Foods, Maria Emmerich has compiled her most soul-warming, happiness-invoking recipes. The book’s more than 170 tantilizing, hearty comfort food recipes include everything from cinnamon rolls to steak fries, and from chicken cordon bleu to tiramisu cheesecake. Maria has covered all the bases, giving you the recipes and tips you need to make delicious and healthy versions of your favorite dishes.

Brian Mackenzie is the author of the New York Times bestseller Unbreakable Runner, as well as the book Power, Speed, Endurance and the program that inspired it at He is a world-renowned strength and conditioning expert and a co-founder of XPT Life. Mackenzie and his program have been featured in Runner’s World, Men’s Journal, The Economist, Tim Ferris’s New York Times bestseller The 4-Hour Body, and many other leading publications. Brian works with several CrossFit Games athletes, including champions Rich Froning, Jr., and Annie Thorisdottir. He also has coached and is married to Erin Cafaro-Mackenzie (a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist in rowing – W8+) and has guided world and Olympic champions and performance innovators like Laird Hamilton, Taylor Ritzel (2012 Olympic Gold Medalist – W8+), Sara Hendershot (2012 Olympian – W2), Jamie Mitchell, Koa Rothman, Koa and Alex Smith, Nathan Florence, and Elliot Sloan.

Dr. Andy Galpin is a professor of kinesiology at the Center for Sport Performance at California State University, Fullerton. He has a PhD in human bioenergetics and is the founder and director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Laboratory. Galpin works directly with professional athletes in the NFL, MLB, and UFC and played a major role in Helen Maroulis’s run to gold in wrestling at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He is a co-host of the popular training podcast Barbell Shrugged, which has more than 300,000 followers, and has been featured in countless magazine articles, television shows, and other podcasts. One interviewer called him “the Tony Stark of human performance.”

Phil White is an Emmy-nominated writer and the coauthor of the forthcoming books Waterman 2.0 with Dr. Kelly Starrett, and Game Changer with Fergus Connolly. He is also a frequent contributor to The Inertia and SUP the Mag.

TYPE OF BOOK: Hardcover
PAGE COUNT: 372 pages
ISBN: 978-1628602616