Junk Food

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Junk Food – the easy way out; unless you really love to cook and plan and prepare your meals, you can quickly fall victim to Fast Food. I bet something like this has happened to you too (not to often, I hope): Saturday – a day to relax. You are driving home from shopping (which, of course, took longer than planned) and do not have enough... [More...]

Low Carb Breads

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Stay healthy with low GI bread Low carb breads are part of healthy nutrition, which not only brings energy but also helps in maintaining the body hale and hearty. To build ones body stronger, a complete diet with good balance over nutrients serves with the essential energy to fulfill the day’s work successfully. Low carb breads helps in serving the... [More...]

Low Carb Candy

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Attractive Diet Food We all love sweets, so Low Carb Candy is a great substitute for the “classic” high carbs candies with high GI. Eating more candies may add fuel to the increased number of junk food we intake per day which stimulates body weight. Low carb candy can help in supporting the dietary factors too making the body fit with essential... [More...]

Low Carb Breakfast

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The Most Important Meal of the Day A Low Carb Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. Since you take breakfast almost after 10-12 hours from your last meal, it should be compiled with nutrition and richness. This meal should be the heaviest meal of the day. According to a popular saying, “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch... [More...]

Low Carb Recipe – Brown Beans with Onions

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Serves: 2 | CarbsPerServing: 25g | Prep time: 5min | Effort: Very Easy Ingredients: 1 green lettuce head 1 can (15 oz) chickpeas (garbanzo beans, ceci beans) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar salt How to Prepare: Slice the green lettuce and wash thoroughly. Dry it and add some salt and olive oil. Add vinegar. Open a can of chickpeas,... [More...]


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Serves:2,10 | Carbs Per Serving:0 | Prep Time: 20 min. | Effort: Easy Ingredients: 3 lbs. chicken wings 6 T. Hot Sauce 1 Stick Butter 2 qts. cooking oil Lawry’s Seasoned Salt How to Prepare: WINGS: Cut whole wings at joints and discard tips. Sprinkle wings liberally with Lawry’s Seasoned Salt. Deep fry until golden brown and crispy. Drain... [More...]

Low Carb Recipe – Lentils with White Beans

Serves: 2 | CarbsPerServing: 8g | Prep time: 10 min | Effort: Very Easy Ingredients: 1 can (15 oz) of lentils 1 can (15 oz) of white beans 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar mixed peppers (black, white, green) or black pepper (powdered; optional) salt How to Prepare: Lentils salad, as a very healthy low carbs food, could not be easier to prepare: open the... [More...]

Low Carb Recipe – Avocado, cheese, and flavoured tuna

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Serves: However much u choose,10,5 | Carbs PerServing: not sure  | Prep Time: 5 min | Effort:Easy Ingredients: 1 cucumber 1 small tin of flavoured tuna 1 avocado block cheese (your choice depends on your preference) How to Prepare: Quite easy i just thought it up the other day and i haven’t tried it yet but it sort of gives a substitute instead... [More...]

Low Carb Recipe – Fried Fish with Pork Rind

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Serves: 2 | CarbsPerServing :16.365 | Prep Time: 20 min | Effort: Easy Ingredients: 2 tilapia (cod, scrod, or sole will also work) fillets 2/4 bag baked pork rinds 1 tbsp bacon bits 1 tbsp parmaesan or romano cheese 1 tbsp onion flakes 1 tsp garlic powder salt and pepper to taste 1 tsp old bay seasoning 1 tsp cayenne or chili pepper 6 slices garlic... [More...]

Low Carb Recipe – Waldorf Salad 2

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Carbs PerServing: 33g total | Effort: Easy Ingredients: 1 large red apple 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup celery – or 3 stalks 1/2 cup mayonnaise Artificial sweetener (try to avoid if possible) How to Prepare: Chop apples and celery in half inch chunks. Mix apples, celery, mayonnaise, and walnuts together. Add sweetener to taste (avoid if possible).... [More...]

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