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    A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    A low-carb diet is low in carbohydrates, primarily found in sugary foods, pasta and bread. Instead of eating carbs, you eat whole foods including natural proteins, fats and vegetables.


    Studies show that low-carb diets can result in weight loss and improved health markers.1 These diets have been in common use for decades and are recommended by many doctors.2 Best yet, there’s usually no need to count calories or use special products. All you need to do is to eat whole foods that make for a complete, nutritious and filling diet.3

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    For decades we’ve been told that fat is detrimental to our health. Meanwhile low-fat “diet” products, often full of sugar, have flooded supermarket shelves. This has likely been a major mistake, that coincided with the start of the obesity epidemic.5 While this doesn’t prove causation, it’s clear the low-fat message didn’t prevent the obesity increase, and it is possible it contributed.

    Studies now show that there’s no reason to fear natural fats.6 Instead, on a low-carb diet fat is your friend. Simply minimize your intake of sugar and starches, make sure you are getting adequate protein, and you can eat all the fat you need to feel satisfied.7

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    Re: A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    I eat a wider range of veg including mushrooms, broccoli, cabbage, green beans, runner beans, celery, spinach, courgettes, lettuce, leeks, garlic, plus red/green peppers, onions, tomatoes and butternut squash in small amounts .
    I like a spoonful of butternut squash mixed into the cauliflower mash - I store it measured into spoonfuls in the freezer.

    I make low carb chicken and veg curry to have with cauli rice and spiced spinach, or chilli (reduced tomato, more meat)
    Spag bol meat and low carb sauce with courgetti, made with extra mushrooms and less tomato
    Salmon baked with black pepper and lemon juice, served with broccoli and green beans and cauli mash
    Fish pie - a mix of salmon, prawns, white fish in a cheesy cream sauce topped with cauliflower mash.

    While I usually have greek yogurt with fresh raspberries or a few blueberries, sometimes for a change I like chocolate mousse - just whipped double cream with melted chocolate stirred in then sweetened with stevia based sweetener. Or a low carb mug (microwaved) cake made with a mix of ground almonds and coconut flour. And rhubarb is coming into season - I have it lightly poached with truvia sweetener

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    Re: A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    Hi resander, I'm no chef but there are lots of other foods you can try. I often have a salad for lunch (even in winter) Lettuce/Chicory/Pea shoots/Chinese leaves etc, Cucumber, Radish, Courgette, Celery with either Salmon, Cold meats, Patte, Cold Boiled Eggs etc. I just use an oil & Vinegar dressing.
    SauerKraut, Kimchi etc.

    My wife also cooks low carb curries which we eat with Cauli Rice, Kedgeree again using Cauli Rice.
    Low carb Omelettes - think mushroom and herbs.
    Cauliflower Cheese using cream cheese for the 'liquid sauce' then hard cheese for the finishing under the grill.
    Then you can eat different cuts/parts of meat e.g. Lambs Livers, Kidneys, Heart, Oxtail etc.
    Personally I like peri-peri chicken thighs, Lamb Shank in mint sauce, Liverwurst, high meat content UK regional sausages, Blood sausage or 'black pudding', gammon stakes.

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    Re: A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    I'm a small, slight female, but for my height and weight need a lot of calories to keep me going. When I fast, as as happens from time to time, for a variety of reasons, it doesn't mean I go without. It just means I eat within a shorter window (start later or finish earlier), or I am fasting for a specific reason - such as I did a while ago for a long haul flight, where I knew the food would be poor. That fast was about 30 hours in the end, which isn't long by comparison the the fasting ninjas on here, but it just meant I fuelled well beforehand, and when I broke my fast, I did so on nutrient dense foods, with a decent amount of fat included.

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    Hm, guys, thank you for these facts right there. I also wanted to mention that these health programs from this resource https://www.inkin.com/use-cases can be quite good for your health. You can talk about them in your office or company and probably someone will be interested in them too. What do you think?

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    Re: A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    Some healthy unsaturated fats are allowed on the keto diet — like nuts (almonds, walnuts), seeds, avocados, tofu, and olive oil. But saturated fats from oils (palm, coconut), lard, butter, and cocoa butter are encouraged in high amounts. Protein is part of the keto diet, but it doesn't typically discriminate between lean protein foods and protein sources high in saturated fat such as beef, pork, and bacon.

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    Ketosis is the primary goal of the keto diet plan. We achieve it by severely limiting carbohydrate intake, not calories, but calories are often restricted as a byproduct. In the absence of carbs, the body switches to burning fat for fuel. Signs of ketosis include increased energy and focus, decreased appetite, and changes in the smell of breath or urine.

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    Re: A Low-Carb Diet for Beginners

    There are many different fat burners on the market today, but which is the best fat burner for men? Some popular choices include the Thermogenic Burner and the Max Burn. Both of these products are effective at helping you to lose weight, but they have different features that may make them better suited for other people. The Thermogenic Burner is designed to help you to burn more calories, while the Max Burn is focused on boosting your metabolism.

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