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How To Start a Low Carb Diet

HOW TO: START A LOW CARB DIET WHAT CAN YOU EAT? Non-Starchy Vegetables Protein Asparagus, Avocado, Broccoli, Beef, Chicken, Pork, Eggs, Fish, Cauliflower, Celery, Cucumber, Shellfish, Fowl, Wild Game Lettuce, Peppers, Pickles, Olives Dairy Nuts & Seeds Cheese, Sour Cream, Cream Nuts, Peanuts, Nut Oils and Flours, Cheese, Heavy Cream, Unsweetened Yogurt Seeds (Pumpkin, Sunflower, etc.) Fats and Oils Beverages Olive Oil, Nonhydrogenated Water, Unsweetened Tea, Coffee Vegetable Oils, Animal Fats, with Artificial Sweetener and V Heavy Cream, Diet Soda Mayonnaise, Peanut Butter HOW DO YOU COUNT CARBS? Only count Net Carbs. Use an app like MyFitnessPal or Loselt to track your intake. things like sauces and marinades. Watch out for hidden carbs in Net Carbs = Total Carbs - Fiber WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE? This is an 1800 calorie, 25g net carbohydrate sample meal plan that would be considered a very low carbohydrate diet that would be suitable for a ketogenic or Atkin's diet plan where the aim is to consume 65%) of calories from Fat, 30% of calories from Protein, and 5% of calories from Carbohydrates. Breakfast 2-Egg Omelet with 1oz Cheedar Cheese (cooked in butter) and 3 pieces of Bacon 480 calories, 2 net carb DAILY TOTAL Lunch 1800 Calories Chipotle Salad Bowl (Chicken, Romaine Lettuce, Black Beans, Fajita Vegetables, Tomatillo Red-Chili Salsa, 25g Net Carbs Sour Cream, Cheese) 570 calories, 18 net carbs Dinner 6oz Cheeseburger and 2 cup of Broccoli with Garlic and Olive Oil 750 calories, 5 net carbs HOW DO YOU GET STARTED? Step 1: Benchmark Before you get started, hop on the scale and get a weight measurement. Additionally, use a tape measure to measure the circumference of your waist, arms, thighs, etc. Step 2: Prep Your Home Start to slowly get rid of products in your pantry that aren't conducive to low carb dieting, as well as anything that might tempt you to cheat. Step 3: Plan Your Meals January Sticking to any diet is way easier if you plan ahead. If you always have healthy, filling, tasty food on hand, you're less likely to stray from the plan. Look up recipes and plan out your whole week. Step 4: Go Shopping Buy the products you need to cook the meals you've planned out. While you're in the grocery store, scope out their selection of low carb products (snacks, condiments, dressings, etc.) and stock up. Step 5: Track Daily Progress The best way to guarantee success is to track all of your food intake, exercise, and weight on an app like MyFitnessPal or Loselt. Just think about all the pretty charts and data you'll have! Step 6: Stay Motivated Take it one day at a time, and don't be worried if your weight or measurements seem to plateau for a few days. Weight loss is about long term trends, not daily fluctuations. Want to learn more? Get free low carb meal plans at LOWCARBDIETING.ORG 1.....

How To Start a Low Carb Diet

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