If you haven’t already done so, feel free to read my free ebooklet to see how to start an LCHF lifestyle.
If you have read it, you will see that we are aiming for a diet that is high in healthy fat, moderate in protein and low in carbohydrates. The quality of the carbohydrates is also important.
Basically, your diet will center around non-starchy vegetables, natural fats like butter and coconut oil, plus eggs, meat, seafood, and poultry. Nuts and berries can be enjoyed in moderation, as well as full fat dairy like cheese, cream and occasionally unsweetened full fat Greek yogurt.
Foods such as sugar, flour, wheat products, corn products and starches are avoided. (Occasionally, small amounts of root vegetables can be consumed for those with controlled blood sugar.) This means NO bread or pasta (wheat or white), rice, oats or similar grains. Legumes, beans, peas and lentils are generally avoided. Also avoided are polyunsaturated oils like vegetable, corn, canola and similar oils. No butter substitutes such as margarines or butter spreads. Sweet fruits such as bananas, grapes, raisins, etc are avoided. NO fruit juices.
Here is another collection of helpful articles on how to implement LCHF in your life.
How to Start LCHF HERE
LCHF for beginners HERE
Low Carb Foods – What to Eat HERE
Low Carb Foods – What Not to Eat HERE
Low Carb Vegetables HERE
Low Carb Fruit HERE
Low Carb Nuts HERE
A Low Carb Diet Meal Plan and Menu That Can Save Your Life HERE
Complete Guide to LCHF HERE
Ten Rules of Low Carb High Fat Eating HERE
How to Start LCHF – Part 1 HERE
How to Start LCHF – Part 2 HERE
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Good health to you!