Atkins Diet Recipes: More Low Carb Buffalo Wings… (IF)

I have by now created my favored Buffalo Wings recipe in a video clip ( but these are shut runners-up. They are less complicated and faster to make than the other folks as properly. The very first a single is a dressed up model of the original Buffalo Wings sauce recipe from Buffalo, NY and the 2nd one was developed out of Garlic Parmesan Wings sold at Buffalo Wild Wings and a nearby wings restaurant. Wonderful Buffalo Sauce: (makes 8 or far more servings) 3 TBS Butter 1/2 cup Frank’s Sizzling Sauce (or other wings’ scorching sauce) 1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar one tsp Scorching Sauce (Tabasco or Cholula) 1 tsp Splenda or Stevia Artificial Sweetener, granulated or liquid equivalent (optional) Mix and heat. Garlic Parmesan Wings Sauce: one cup butter 1-two cloves of garlic one tsp onion salt one/four tsp black pepper 1/three cup Parmesan cheese, grated 1/three cup Parmesan cheese, shredded 1/3 cup Mayonnaise Mix, and warmth. Stir until finally smooth. Nutrition Information: Still to come… (IF = Induction Pleasant)
Video Rating: 4 / 5

It’s but another video clip from your favourite very low-carb few blogger Jimmy Moore and his oh-so-lovable wife Christine in their well-known “Livin’ La Vida Very low-Carb On YouTube” series. Nowadays Jimmy and Christine zoom in on the most current results from a wellbeing bodily that Christine had at her medical doctor. Even though most of her well being had improved given that she began lowering her carbohydrate intake in June 2007, there have been two areas of problem–greater triglycerides and elevated insulin ranges. EEEEEK! Click on Jimmy’s blog site publish about this under for far more info: Needless to say, this arrived as quite a shock to Christine regardless of the reality she misplaced 35 pounds, her HDL “good” cholesterol went up and her LDL “bad” cholesterol came considerably down by removing a lot of of the sugary foods and some of the starchy ones she was consuming. But as you will uncover in this video clip, it really is not always about simply cutting back on carbs as significantly as it is subsequent a plan that enables the finest good quality of carbohydrates in the quantities that are correct for YOU! This is an critical lesson for everyone who thinks they are undertaking lower-carb the appropriate way. Do not BE FOOLED! But in no way concern, Christine has a sound strategy for success in location to get her triglycerides lowered with a a lot more affordable low-carb plan of action than what she was undertaking as effectively as a reasonable resistance and cardio exercise program that Jimmy is gonna support her with. Since she’s by no means exercised in her life
Video Rating: 4 / 5

50 Responses to “Atkins Diet Recipes: More Low Carb Buffalo Wings… (IF)”

  • brandiewine29:

    Lol! You should introduce us.

  • bowulf:

    @brandiewine29 Guess what I am having tonight… :-)

  • brandiewine29:

    I want to marry those wings!

  • bowulf:

    @ToshaFierce Have to love a bunch of delicious hot wings!

  • ToshaFierce:

    Yeah Buddy!

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  • bowulf:

    @CraigCougar The articles with negative side effects are either extremely small sample groups or non-human, which require validation. AS of yet, I am still unconvinced with conspiracy theorists that DuPont somehow rammed it through the FDA safety protocols or that there is some cliff waiting for those consuming 3 servings a day.

  • bowulf:

    @CraigCougar People can say the same for Splenda — we’ve been using it for decades.

    There are clearly some people sensitive to Splenda and have adverse side effects from it, but there are also similar people sensitive to peanuts, eggs, dairy, etc. The “terrible for our bodies” has not been proven in science. If the science was clear, the decision would be clear. The mass studies that have been done point to its non-recognition by the body..

  • CraigCougar:

    @winter654123 please refrain from using Splenda whenever you can. It’s the new aspartame in that it’s man-made and is terrible for our bodies. Stevia is a great natural alternative that the Japanese have been using for decades. It’s also becoming more widely available in the states.

  • loulousback:

    thank you. now i can print them

  • bowulf:

    @loulousback If you click the down arrow on the video notes, you’ll find I include the recipe and nutrition info into almost all my videos. You should be able to cut n’ paste out of the description.

  • loulousback:

    do you have a book on your atkins recipes, if not you should, i have to play the youtube 3 times to get it wrote down, im slow,

  • rpavich:

    I just made the buffalo ones and they were great…I DIDN’T coat with parmesan first because I didn’t have any but I will next time!

  • bowulf:

    @pattymurdock No, it’s not necessary, and I made them in a chicken stock pot with 3 inches of oil for a long time before buying mine.

  • pattymurdock:

    Hey, do you think it’s necessary to have a deep fryer? I don’t have one, and it looks kind of pricey. I just started Atkins yesterday. :)

  • bowulf:

    @winter654123 I buy mine from Ebay typically. It is cheapest there. You can google “liquid sucralose,” or you can search for one of the name brands called “EZ-Sweetz.” Both Netrition and Amazon sell that brand. Look for the one drop equal on serving bottles.

    Sweetzfree is another brand name of the product, and probably the most famous or first one to sell the product.

  • winter654123:

    Kent can you tell me where u buy the liquid splenda? I can’t find it anywhere. Is it possibly under a different name? Thanks for the help. Rebecca

  • bowulf:

    @darrensylvander My other recipe (the Diet Coke with Splenda Wings recipe) is grilled wings recipe. The reason that video doesn’t feature me the grilling wings is that when grilling it is a 60 minute recipe of putting on the grill for 10 minutes and then in the pot to infuse more flavor. It is very much worth it, but a hour Youtube video is pushing it. :-D

  • darrensylvander:

    Hey Kent,
    You gotta try cooking this longer out on the grill side burner in a pot.
    “At Least” double the liquid ingredients and add a “dried chicken seasoning or rub” to the mixture you’ve got going and reduce the sauce down about 1/5-1/4 of the water. You can eliminate the splenda at that point and just thank me later….

    It’s an afternoon commitment, but there are worse places to be in the summer/spring than outside in MN or Iowa :0

    Grilling the wings adds a nice summer flavor touch.

  • angelwings0428:

    @bowulf thank you for the response. I am gearing up for Induction and trying to plan ahead. I am a creature of habit so if I have a meal already made or know what I will eat it is easier for me to stick with the plan. This go around though I have already curbed my coke/pepsi habit so I have that to my advantage. That is one change that stuck with me! thanks again!

  • bowulf:

    @angelwings0428 For me, I probably fry things once a week or so — either fried chicken, wings, or chicken fried steaks. I am not sure that’s a lot, but I wouldn’t want to be without it.

  • angelwings0428:

    these look delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe and method in which to cook them.

    Do you find that your deep fryer gets used a lot?

  • bowulf:

    @BodybuildingTom I have made them with and without the splenda in the past, and I think the slight sweetness adds to the flavor and helps cut some of the acidity. Try it both ways, and see which way you like more.

    I have a feeling my wife would run screaming from the room if I added haberno seeds to my buffalo sauce. I have added Dave’s Insanity Sauce (instead of the Cholula) which is a Haberno pepper-based hot sauce, and it was good.

  • bowulf:

    @smly7898 It was very delicious. The Frank’s recipe is a great sauce.

  • BodybuildingTom:

    Great video. I love franks hot sauce, I purchase halberno peppers and combine the seeds in with the franks red hot sauce to bring up the heat. Just wondering, why the liquid splenda?

  • livinlowcarbman:

    Good for you! Keep it up and consider yourself fortunate.

  • dogsarebetter:

    i like brown rice and fruit. i’m not fat

  • livinlowcarbman:

    I saw that “zombies” video–IDIOTS! If they knew the value of ketones on the brain as Dr. Larry McCleary shared in his book THE BRAIN TRUST PROGRAM, then they’d see the folly in their ignorance. Slowly but surely we’ll get everyone educated on this stuff. :)

  • zegonzales:

    well, now there are people trying to say that Low Carb is bad for the brain. there´s even a joke video I saw on youtube ( Low Carb Zombies ) but the brain works pretty well on ketonic bodies with a small glucose provided both from diet and gluconeogenesis. I used to have a lot of fear about this, because many say “glucose is mandatory for brain” but no, its not.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    It still is…but the latest research shows LDL is not as important as the HDL/triglyceride ratio. Mine is FABULOUS and my LDL are the large fluffy kind that are protective. Low-carb is a VERY good thing regardless of what doctors wanna say about LDL or total cholesterol.

  • x00p3:

    Sorry Jimi, I got it backwards.
    Was it your LDL cholesterol that was elevated at at that time?

  • livinlowcarbman:

    Actually, high HDL is a VERY good thing x00p3. That’s your good cholesterol, the kind that you WANT to be up. My last reading for HDL was 71 and my triglycerides were 43. That’s an AWESOME ratio that I challenge any doctor in America to tell me that’s unhealthy. Anyone? :)

  • x00p3:

    Hey Jimmy, I remember about a year ago or something. I read in one of your blogs that your HDL cholesterol was slightly high and I was wondering if you ever found out what was causing that. I’m guessing that you did get them down to a lower level.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    Thanks fredoreo! She’s doing a lot of that now. :)

  • fredoreo:

    She should probably increase her intake of good quality fats so that she doesn’t crave carbohydrates. In my case, raw unpasteurized fats from dairy such as cream and butter, cheese has helped tremendously. I eat those liberally. Organ meats are also excellent, as are egg yolks. Since I’ve adopted this habit, my cravings from sugar, even fruits, have vanished. Vegetables aren’t even appealing anymore, but a nice bowl of raw cream is!

  • livinlowcarbman:

    We’re excited to see what will happen, JC! :)

  • JC4Atkins:

    Great post Jimmy. Good luck Christene on the lower-carb version and thank you for the lessons you learned that you share with the rest of us ! JayCee

  • livinlowcarbman:

    THANKS Teresa!!! :)

  • teresahelton:

    enjoyed the information. I always enjoy your video’s.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    THANKS for your comments! I KNOW you can lose those pounds, so be encouraged that it WILL happen. Believe it!!! :) THANK YOU for watching.

  • balletformeac:

    I just want to thank you for your informative videos. I did Atkin’s years ago with great success, but now three years later, I have found myself needing to lose 30-40 pounds. I will be watching your videos to keep me inspired and motivated. Thank you! :)

  • livinlowcarbman:

    THANKS Tony! She’s doing AWESOME so far and had taken well to my training her too. I’m shocked, but so very proud of her.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    Right now we’ve got her on pretty strict low-carb to kickstart her triglycerides moving downward. We’re consulting with various low-carb doctors and researchers to find the right carbs to add back into her diet to make this the right one for her. THANKS Lynn!

  • ShrinkingTonyG1980:

    good luck on the exercise Christine! I know you will be like oh I dont want to, but when you do it and get it over with for the day you will be so happy that you did it!

  • lynncrf:

    What plan is Christine gonna be following?

    As I posted before I eat about 80 carbs daily but they come from veggies, small amount of oats and dairy.

    It is that balance that Christine needs to get. If she maintains on 150 carbs I would say she could do about 100 to get the triglycerides down. 100 carbs with plenty of fat and protein and calories should allow her to heal without losing weight.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    THANKS Amanda! Most people look at their weight as the indicator of their health. It’s such a shame. Welcome to livin’ la vida low-carb! :D

  • amanda6155:

    Thanks for this segment! I am new to Atkins and my neighbor and I are eating low carbs, but my friend cheats a lot saying her weight is OK so it is OK…. I will have to get her to view this one.

  • livinlowcarbman:

    It’s all good! Her HDL went up (which is good) by about 5 points and her LDL went WAY down by about 50 points. This was the good news that got offset by the big 297 for her triglycerides. EEEK!

  • singsomuch:

    oh, my bad. :)

  • livinlowcarbman:

    Oh she will, SexyEyez89! I cringed every time I saw Christine eating fries or breaded chicken on a bun because I knew it wasn’t healthy. But her weight was in order and that’s all that mattered. I think she now realizes that was shortsighted to assume her health was too.

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