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Low Carb Diet Menu

Low Carb Diet Menu

Low carb diet menu is actually the ordinary and regular menu that you may consume every day. There are no certain vegetables or meal that you need to take for this low carb diet menu. However you need to watch and monitor the carbohydrate that you consume. In order to make this low carb diet menu works and easy to make it, you need to know what kind of meal or menu that has high carbohydrate and which one that has lesser. That is not also difficult because all of the information you need, you can just have it from internet.

Just separate the menu for breakfast lunch and dinner and keep them changing not so often. Because taking regular meal or menu is really advisable and good for diet and for your digest as well as for this low carb diet menu. Actually even having the same menu for breakfast, having the same menu for lunch for example, oatmeal every morning and pasta for every lunch are good so that your metabolism will be easier to adapt with food and familiar with it. Calories that we need in low carb diet menu might be vary depends on how many protein and fat we are add to our menu. To control these calories we could add or subtract fat and protein from our menu.

However do not let yourself hungry or starving. Keep biscuit or cookies in your bag or car whenever you travel or doing activities but do not forget to select the biscuit or cookies you like to bring, chose the one that has less sugar and not too salty. You can also bring others food but you must know how many carbohydrates in it.

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Here is an unbelievably good recipe for those missing cookies or a snack food. This is not Induction friendly due to the molasses, coconut, and the Ultimate Splendid Baking Mix, but that is just one more reason to perhaps move on to Ongoing Weight Loss phase. This recipe is a take-off of a chocolate chip recipe from Jennifer Eloff (low-carb-news.blogspot.com but as I said in the past, I am not much of chocolate eater. I exchanged the sugar free chocolate chips for pecans, and I honestly think these are better than the originals. Here is the recipe for the Low Carb Spendid Baking Mix (another Jennifer Eloff creation): 1 2/3 cups ground almonds 2/3 cup vanilla whey protein 2/3 cup vital wheat gluten Low Carb Chewy Pecan Cookies Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup of Splendid Low Carb Baking Mix 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/8 tsp salt 1/2 cup butter 1 cup Splenda, Granulated 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp molasses 1 1/4 cups unsweetened coconut flakes 1/2 cup Pecans, chopped Preheat over to 350 degrees. In medium bowl, combine Splendid Bake Mix, baking soda and salt. In food processor, combine butter, Splenda Granular, egg, vanilla extract and molasses; process until well combined. Add dry ingredients and process until combined. Add coconut and pecans; process a final time. Place roughly tablespoon on a parchment-lined cookie sheet and bake in 350°F 10 to 12 minutes. Cool on rack. Nutrition Info (22 servings) 85 Calories, 7.5g Fat, 3.6g Carbs (1.6g Fiber), 4g Protein
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