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A Sample Menu for the Low Carb Diet Plan

The BEST part about living a low carb lifestyle is that you don’t have to starve yourself or eat less. We’ll teach you how to make smart choices, with a VARIETY of different food options that will leave you satisfied and your taste buds happy.

Here's an example of just a few meals and snacks you can enjoy that are still low in carbs:

Breakfast = 22g Net Carbs
Red Bell Pepper Rings Filled with Egg and Mozzarella, 1/2 cup Cooked Oatmeal, 1/4 cup Blueberries
Morning Snack = 8g Net Carbs
4oz Greek Yogurt, 5 large Strawberries
Lunch = 32g Net Carbs
Beef Burger with Feta and Tomatoes, Whole Wheat bun, Mixed Greens & Celery, Cherry Tomatoes, Chickpeas, Greek Vinaigrette
Afternoon Snack = 9g Net Carbs
2tbsp Hummus, 1 Carrot
Dinner = 27g Net Carbs
Blackened Salmon with Cucumber Relish and Cauliflower, 1/2 cup wild rice, 1 cup mixed salad greens, 1/2 cup chopped red bell pepper, garlic ranch dressing
Dessert = 2g Net Carbs

Net Carbs = Total Carbohydrates - Fiber - Sugar Alcohols (if applicable)

100g Total Net Carbs

Make sure you have adequate protein (because protein keeps you satisfied, your hunger remains under control), when you pick carbohydrates, pick the highest fiber carbohydrates available and make sure you include some kind of healthy fat, such as olive oil, coconut oil, or avocado oil with the meal. If you follow those three basic rules, you'll cut back on sugar and carbohydrates, and you'll be healthier in the long run.