Why Moby’s Menu is Good for Those Working a Keto Diet

The New Year is coming and many people are starting to realize they may have had a little too much to eat during the holiday season. Once 2019 arrives, it´ll be time to pledge the same resolution thousands do every new year: lose weight. There are several ways to make your goal of trimming that holiday fat possible, but let’s be honest, how many people truly maintain their diet? A keto diet can help. It’s a fat burning diet, which helps lower your blood sugar while still helping you shed those pesky pounds.

Since a keto diet is focused on fat (meaning that this type of diet is especially high in protein), you must consider eating in portions. Lucky for you, here at Moby Dick’s House of Kabob, we have a wide variety of proteins to choose from on our menu. As a rule of thumb, chicken and fish are the foods with the highest sources of protein. Salmon is one of the fattiest types of fish and fortunately, we have a savory salmon dish featured on our menu. Our fresh salmon kabob is cubed and marinated in our signature Moby Dick seasoning, grilled to a light, juicy and flavorful finish. Our chicken is delectable as well. Chicken, lamb and ground beef are all part of our one-in-four Moby Dick combos. Oftentimes, we don’t hear about proteins in lamb, but it actually has the same amount of protein as chicken.

If you’re on a keto diet or thinking about trying one, other menu options you should consider include are: barreh kabob, made of that tasty lamb we were just talking about and our joojeh kabob, made from our delightfully flavorful chicken breast. As far as vegetables go, we’ve got you covered there too. Our garden salad, Moby Dick’s house salad, and Wednesday Eggplant dish are perfect for your dietary needs.

If you’re on a keto diet already, you probably know what your food choices are, but you can check out our menu and take a look at our large selection of appropriate choices. Please speak with your doctor or nutritionist if you have diabetes or take any blood pressure medications before attempting a keto diet. Otherwise, come down to Moby Dick’s House of Kabob and try our food today. Who said dieting means you have to eat bland foods? Not us!

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