When you begin to eat a lower carb diet, the importance of planning becomes particularly evident. It can be quite difficult to find low-carb meal choices away from home, though admittedly in larger cities, those options are becoming more readily available.
In order to plan, being aware of which foods to buy and keep in stock, then of course, how to combine them in a varied, interesting, flavoursome and nutritious way, is essential if you’re going to eat this way in the long term.
Decades of misinformation, mean its not always obvious which foods are appropriate for a healthy lifestyle, or even which might be low carb or keto.
I picked out some high and low lights in the video above but the food list in the link below may make surprising and interesting reading.
See the full list here from Real Meal Revolution: The Green Amber and Red Lists
While the list obviously isn’t comprehensive, it will give you a good idea of which foods to eat and which to avoid if you choose to cut down the amount of carbohydrate in your diet.
In future episodes, we’ll talk about how our bodies use carbohydrates and when, how much carbohydrate we might need and how they can be provided, even on a low carb diet, in order to lose weight.
We will also move onto some food preparation demonstrations in the kitchen (minimal cooking skill required), that will help keep you low carb, save time, be easy to prepare and use readily available ingredients.
If all that could help you lose weight, change body shape and begin to enjoy a more active lifestyle, would you want to try it?
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