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Low-carb diets encourage the consumption of unprocessed foods high in protein and/or fat, along with a moderate intake of non-starchy carbohydrates to get antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber:

  • Meat: Beef, pork, veal, lamb, venison, bison, etc.
  • Fish and Seafood: Salmon, trout, cod, sardines, tuna, mackerel, lobster, crab, scallops, shrimp, mussels, clams, squid, etc.
  • Poultry: Chicken, turkey, duck, quail, etc.
  • Eggs: Chicken eggs, turkey eggs, duck eggs, quail eggs, etc.
  • High-Fat Dairy: Whole milk, cheese, cream, butter, cottage cheese, etc.
  • Non-starchy vegetables: Spinach, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, zucchini, cucumbers, onions, cauliflower, asparagus, radishes, etc.
  • Low-Sugar Fruits: Pears, melons, oranges, apricots, berries, lemons, kiwi, coconut, tomatoes, etc
  • Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, cashews, pecans, chia seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts, Brazil nuts, etc.
  • Healthy Fats and Oils: Olive oil, avocados, flaxseed oil, coconut oil
  • Herbs and Spices: Basil, thyme, pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, salt, rosemary, cumin, chili powder, etc.
  • Unsweetened Beverages: Water, tea (herbal tea, green tea, black tea, etc.), red wine, coffee, milk

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The following can be eaten in moderation depending on your particular dietary and energy needs:

  • Root Vegetables: Carrots, parsnips, beets, etc.
  • Fruits: Bananas, pineapple, papaya, apples, pomegranate, plums, etc.
  • Legumes: Beans, peas, lentils, peanuts, soy, etc.
  • Sprouted grains and Seeds: Quinoa, barley, oats, brown rice, etc.
  • Chocolate

What foods are not permitted on a low-carb diet?

The guiding principle of the low-carb diet is to limit anything sugary, starchy, or high in carbohydrates. As such, most foods rich in carbohydrates are excluded or should be eaten only rarely and in small amounts. Again, the goal is to consume no more than 25% of your daily caloric intake from carbs, and of those, the majority should be high-fiber, complex carbohydrates rather than sugars. Low-carb diets avoid the following:

  • Most Grains: Pasta, bread, crackers, rice cakes, cereal, oatmeal, bagels, rice, couscous.
  • Starchy Vegetables: Potatoes, sweet potatoes
  • Dried Fruit: Dried apricots, raisins, dried dates, prunes, etc.
  • Sweeteners: Sugar, honey, agave, corn syrup, jellies, jams, pudding, fruit juices, soda, sweet tea, applesauce, etc.
  • Desserts and Sweets: Ice cream, pastries, cookies, doughnuts, pies, pudding, sweetened yogurt, etc.

Sample low-carb diet meal plan

Curious about what a day of eating might look like on a low-carb diet? Below, we share a sample low-carb meal plan:

  • Breakfast: Omelet with cheddar cheese, green pepper, and onion, coffee
  • Lunch: Chicken salad lettuce cups, tomato, and feta salad
  • Snack: Berries and walnuts
  • Dinner: Grilled salmon, zucchini noodles, asparagus
  • Snack: Coconut milk smoothie with chocolate protein powder and almonds

A low-carb diet is a great way to reduce systemic inflammation and improve overall health. Regardless if you decide to opt-in to this diet for a short time, or the long haul, it surely is one of the tastiest choices around.

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Pineapple Diet…Yes, You Read That Right

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What Is The Volumetrics Diet?

Food is divided into four groups. Category one (very low-density) includes nonstarchy fruits and vegetables, nonfat milk and broth-based soup. Category two (low-density) includes starchy fruits and veggies, grains, breakfast cereal, low-fat meat, legumes and low-fat mixed dishes like chili and spaghetti. Category three (medium-density) includes meat, cheese, pizza, french fries, salad dressing, bread, pretzels, ice cream and cake. And category four (high-density) includes crackers, chips, chocolate candies, cookies, nuts, butter and oil.

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More About The Mediterranian Diet

The Mediterranean diet is anything but new—it’s been around since the 1960s—but it’s still hailed by registered dietitians and nutrition experts as one of the healthiest diets. In fact, it was named the Best Diet Overall for 2022 by U.S. News for incorporating a diverse array of nutritious foods.

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Flexitarian Diet

When you boost your intake of plant foods and reduce your intake of red and processed meats and other less healthful foods, such as heavily processed snack foods, refined grains and sweets, you’ll experience some major perks. Studies have linked a dietary pattern rich in wholesome, minimally processed plant foods with:

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Diet For Faster Weight Loss

Achieving healthy weight loss can be done in a number of ways, but the most sustainable is often by making small changes to your diet that will reduce the calories you’re consuming while also increasing satiety to temper snacking. Rather than doing a complete overhaul of your diet and changing every aspect of your eating plan to only consume “clean” foods, slowly transitioning your habits to help contribute to your goals will make it easier to achieve lasting weight loss that doesn’t make you miserable or feel like you’re depriving yourself of your favorite foods.

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Achieving healthy weight loss can be done in a number of ways, but the most sustainable is often by making small changes to your diet that will reduce the calories you’re consuming while also increasing satiety to temper snacking. Rather than doing a complete overhaul of your diet and changing every aspect of your eating plan to only consume “clean” foods, slowly transitioning your habits to help contribute to your goals will make it easier to achieve lasting weight loss that doesn’t make you miserable or feel like you’re depriving yourself of your favorite foods.  If you’re unsure where to start as you initially work to alter your diet for healthy weight loss, there’s one change that doctors agree can help to transform your eating plan for results that will stick around.
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