Boundless is the result of over five years of research and development in gourmet low-carb cooking. While working as a private chef for a family that followed a low-carb diet very strictly, I found myself on a fast track to learning a whole new way of cooking. Carbohydrate-rich meal bulkers such as pasta, rice, potatoes, and starchy vegetables, which I had cooked with my whole life, were no longer on the menu. Anything that contained sugar was out too.


I have since mastered the art of low-carb cooking and absolutely love the options that it offers. So many fad diets can be bland, boring, and hard to stick with, whereas the low-carb lifestyle approach allows you to enjoy a wonderful array of fresh meats, fish, cheeses, nuts, soft summer fruits, and even cream. The reduction of carbohydrates means that you end up eating a lot more vegetables, which is another part of the diet that I am particularly fond of.


Being a chef and a gourmet food enthusiast, I have always found it difficult to remain at a healthy weight. In the years leading up to my discovery of the low-carb lifestyle, I had begun to put on weight. After adopting the low-carb approach over four years ago, I have slimmed down and remained at a healthy weight without any struggle or sacrifice.


Once you begin a low-carb diet, you start paying a lot more attention to the food products you are buying. After I really started looking at ingredient labels and nutrition panels on everyday products, I was shocked at just how much sugar is added to almost everything we eat, including savory products such as bread, crackers, salad dressings, and potato chips. Cereals and granola bars, which are perceived as healthy options, are particularly loaded with sugar. Getting into the kitchen and taking control of the foods you eat every day, by using real food and ingredients, is the best way to control your diet and avoid hidden sugars and carbs buried in the marketing scams of manufactured foods.


There are many studies showing the role that sugar plays in causing or contributing to several diseases such as: alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, and even cancer, not to mention the negative impact on obesity and type 2 diabetes. I believe that reducing sugar intake as much as possible is an important part of living a healthy life. There are now numerous natural, low calorie sugar alternatives on the market, which makes it easy to prepare great-tasting, sugarless treats in your own kitchen.