The Low Carb Long Term Lifestyle
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This low carb diet planner offers and easy-to-understand plan with a wide range of delicious recipes including some wonderful Mediterranean ingredients for healthier living.
together and trickle over. Toss gently. Roast pork with swede and roasted onions It’s not worth cooking this mouth-watering roast for one. If you are eating alone, cook a quarter of the vegetables with the joint, then eat the remaining pork at any meal – it has no carbs at all. Serves 4 Carbohydrates: 13 g per serving (including 3 g for the mangetout) 1 small swede (rutabaga), cut into large chunks 1 kg/2¼ lb piece of leg of pork, with crackling 30 ml/2 tbsp olive oil Salt 4 onions, halved For
mixture is smooth, stopping and scraping down the sides as necessary. Season the pâté with lemon juice and a little pepper to taste. Cut the cucumber pieces in half lengthways and scoop out the seeds. Pile the pâté into the cucumber ‘boats’ and serve each portion with one crisp breadstick. Guacamole with Parmesan wafers and chicory This dip is made with avocado mashed with olive oil and a hint of onion, sharpened with lemon juice, Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces, then lightly mixed with tomato
sweetener, then fold in the whipped cream and half the walnuts. Spoon the mixture into a small glass dish and top with the remaining walnuts. Chill until ready to serve. Citrus jelly with fresh clementines Another simple but effective way of making a sugar-free jelly into a delectable dessert. The lemon juice just sharpens and accentuates the refreshing flavour. Serves 4 Carbohydrates: 3 g per serving 2 clementines 1 packet of orange sugar-free jelly (jello) crystals 15 ml/1 tbsp lemon juice 20
the amount of carbohydrate you are eating every day as well as continuing to weigh yourself every week, so that you will be able to see exactly what level will keep your weight constant. Make a note of any weight you put on or lose. This is very important, so that you can act quickly if you find you are gaining weight. If this happens, you must cut back on the carbohydrates – particularly the ‘treats’. Never cut out the low-carbohydrate vegetables and fruit (listed in Phases 1 and 2): these are
don’t eat an excessive quantity of proteins and fats too. If you do, you will be consuming too much food in undesirable quantities. Watch your intake of calories as well as carbohydrates. Your daily calorie total should be no more than 2,000 calories a day for a woman, 2,500 calories a day for a man. Aim for a balanced diet, that includes the following every day: Plenty of low-carb fruit and vegetables 2–3 portions of protein A reasonable amount of starchy carbohydrates Very little added sugar