Week 1

Week 1 — Keto low-carb challenge

Now that your fridge and pantry are well-stocked with lots of delicious ingredients, let’s cook and enjoy. We’ve prepared everything else you need, let’s do this!

Week 1 overview, recipes and shopping list

Choose a day:
 

Monday – day 1

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, until satisfied.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (see below).
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Eat until you feel satisfied. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option, including adding bacon or other low-carb foods.

Have coffee or tea if you like. Moderate amounts of full-fat milk or cream are OK.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner – delicious keto Asian cabbage stir-fry. Feel free to add some more butter or mayonnaise to feel satisfied.

Should you want to cook an additional lunch, choose any keto low-carb meal (additional shopping required). Lunch out is not recommended today, but if necessary, please follow these guidelines.

Dinner

Enjoy our simple chicken with broccoli and butter for dinner. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (2 servings per person).

 

Absence of hunger

A low-carb high-fat diet reduces hunger, and there’s no need for snacking if you’re doing it right.

If you’re hungry between meals, add more fat – like butter, mayo or olive oil – to your next meal. And consider increasing the portion size. Make sure to eat until you’re satisfied at every meal.
 

Cup of bouillon

Drink bouillon

Have a cup of bouillon today. Dissolve half a bouillon cube (stock cube) in a cup of hot water and drink it (options).

Doing this daily during the first week will help you get enough water and salt. This can avoid early side effects, like headache, lethargy or irritability.

These side effects are common on days 2-4 when starting a strict low-carb diet, but with the bouillon (broth) they are usually minor. Learn more .

Tuesday – day 2

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option, like classic bacon and eggs. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended. If you have to, then follow these guidelines.

Dinner

Tonight’s dinner is a classic, and for a good reason. Tuna salad with boiled eggs.

Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (2 servings per person).

About the food

Eat as much as you need to feel satisfied. No counting calories or weighing food required.

No snacking. If you’re hungry between meals you need more fat with meals. Don’t fear fat. Fat is your friend. Learn more

Bouillon

Today you may start feeling symptoms of the “low-carb flu”, sugar withdrawal symptoms. These may include a headache, fatigue, difficulties concentrating, irritability etc.

To feel your best, have a cup of bouillon (options). Take a painkiller if needed. Any problems usually pass within a few days.

Bonus inspiration

What if everything you knew about nutrition was wrong? That’s the question behind the low-carb movie Cereal Killers. You can watch the trailer below.

The full movie, and tons of other low-carb resources, are instantly available for members. Check out our free trial
 
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Wednesday – day 3

Important today:

  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option like fried eggs. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (guide).

Dinner

A flavorful Buffalo chicken with paprika mayo served with butter-fried cabbage. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Side effects

Today you may experience some temporary side effects from getting started on low carb, i.e. sugar withdrawal. You might feel a bit tired etc.

Today and tomorrow may be the toughest days. When you make it through, it will get easier from now on. Remember the bouillon (stock cubes) – you can have a second cup today if you need it to feel fine.

Replenish motivation

It’s crucial to keep going the first week. After the first week, you’ll likely feel great. You’ll also see signs that your weight is dropping. Week one is the hardest.

For additional motivation to keep going during the first week, check out a success story of your choice today. This is what can happen to you if you keep going:

 

Thursday – day 4

Important today:

  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (guide).

Dinner

A creamy and delicious Thai fish with curry and coconut. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Yesterday and today may be the toughest days. However, it usually starts getting easier. Remember the bouillon (stock cube).

Are you experiencing other side effects than “only” feeling tired and generally not great? Here are other specific side effects that people occasionally experience during the first two weeks, and how to cure them:

 


 

Friday – day 5

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (stock cube).
Breakfast

Scrambled eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Enjoy our delicious and easy-to make keto pizza. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Feeling better? Most people are past the worst side effects by now. Some people even feel more energetic than ever. If not, make sure you’re getting enough water and salt (stock cube).

Noticing any other side effects? Learn more

Bonus insight

For most people sugar cravings almost disappear on a strict low-carb diet. Are you still experiencing a lot of them? Then you may be one of many, who has an addiction to battle.

Check out the video below, and the video course continues here

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Saturday – day 6

Important today:

  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Drink a cup of bouillon (from stock cube).
Breakfast

During the weekend, the breakfast changes to delicious bacon and eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Enjoy our chicken fajita bowl. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow (two servings per person).

 

Minimizing side effects

Today you should feel mostly great again – perhaps even full of energy. If not, read up about early side effects and how to manage them

Bonus inspiration

Obesity and type 2 diabetes are rampant epidemics among the aboriginal communities of Canada. And it all started as they began eating a modern Western diet, full of refined carbohydrates.

What could happen if an entire town of First Nation people went back to eating the way they used to? A high-fat low-carb diet based on real food? With no exercise or calorie counting program whatsoever?

This is what the Canadian doctor Jay Wortman and a documentary team decided to find out, in the delightful and enlightening movie My Big Fat Diet. Guess what happened…

Check out the trailer below. The full movie – an all-time low-carb favorite – is available for members (free trial one month) with many other movies, video courses, presentations, interviews, etc.

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Sunday – day 7

Important today:

  • Weigh in
  • Shop for the upcoming week
  • Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner

The weigh-in is optional, but perhaps you want to see what has happened this week? Check your weight and waist circumference again.

Most people lose a few pounds (1-2 kilos) or more in the first week of a strict low-carb diet. If not, check out the short Top 5 tips for weight loss video – especially tip #2 about regular weigh-ins.

Shop

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Time to go shopping for some great food!

The week 2 shopping list contains everything you need for the entire second week of the challenge.

Note: When using or printing the shopping list, make sure you select the appropriate number of people you’re shopping for. Also, for your convenience you can select US or metric measurements. Consider checking what you already have in your kitchen before you go shopping to avoid buying duplicates of spices etc.

 
Breakfast

Bacon and eggs. Feel free to switch to another breakfast option. Coffee or tea is fine.

Lunch

Leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Lunch out is not recommended (optional guide).

Dinner

Bacon-wrapped burgers. Cook enough so there are leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

 

Minimizing side effects

Today, you should feel great again – perhaps even full of energy. If not, have a cup of bouillon (from stock cube) and read up about early side effects and how to manage them.

Bonus insight

What’s the point of low carb – shouldn’t we all just eat everything in moderation?

That’s what people say. But unfortunately this philosophy usually results in failure, especially long term. What’s wrong with moderation? In the video below, six of the top low-carb doctors in the world give their quick and spontaneous answers to that common question.

For more on why most people still believe in “moderation” and calorie counting, check out this interview: “We’ve been pretty much lied to for 30-40 years”

Everything in moderation?

 
 
 

Continue to Monday week 2

 
 

Return to Week 1 overview

 

Q&A

Do you have questions about this challenge? Check the questions and answers page.

Optional question

Help us improve this guide. Answer this quick question in the comments below: What’s the one thing you would like to improve in this week’s guide?

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310 comments

  1. Paula
    I love the info on this website and the recipes! I have been diagnosed with insulin resistance and PCOS, and my last blood work results were scary (pre-diabetes).
    I started eating low carb a few weeks ago and dropped 12 lbs (about 60 more to go). I've been staying in the moderate to liberal carb range, and now want to try going Keto.
    Here's my issue - I have some dietary restrictions (don't eat any red meat/pork, try to limit dairy) and I have committed to eating vegetarian meals a few times a week, so I'd love to have a way to pick/choose different recipes for a custom meal plan and generate a shopping list from it.
    Is that something you can make available to us soon?

    Thank you!

  2. Barbara
    I have not seen any mention of squashes, i.e. butternut, acorn, turban, etc., they are above ground vegetables but they don't appear in the pictures. A printable list would be useful of each of the categories with grams listed.
  3. K. Marie
    I just started the two week low carb challenge on Jan 1. I weighed in at 184 lbs. At yesterday's weigh in I was down 7.4 pounds. Probably a lot of water weight but it still motivated me. I cheated and measured myself and was down 1/2" around my stomach. I'm not hungry and haven't needed to snack. I also feel a decrease in the little aches and pains I had in my joints. I hate I didn't stumble across this sooner. I also read Dr. Fung's book the Obesity Code and it is very informative about what makes us fat. I get it now!
  4. Helene
    Hello, I'm on day 3 and and I have a hard time with all this fat, constant nausea, my liver/stomach hurts, feels like there going to explode, what can I do?
    Reply: #155
  5. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Helene!

    Why not eat a bit less fat and a bit more carbs for a few days and let your body adopt more slowly. Then when everything feels OK, you could start from day 1 again.

    Hello, I'm on day 3 and and I have a hard time with all this fat, constant nausea, my liver/stomach hurts, feels like there going to explode, what can I do?

  6. Lynn
    Does the net carbs = carbs - fibre equation work across all countries (ie do different countries record nutrients in the same way?) Im in the uk and am noticing that the nutritional info given for some foods are showing higher fibre grams per 100g than total carb grams per 100g which makes me wonder if the carb figure shown in the uk is already net carbs?
    Reply: #157
  7. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Lynn!

    That's correct. In some countries the nutrients states carbs and fiber and to get total carbs you have to add them.

    Does the net carbs = carbs - fibre equation work across all countries (ie do different countries record nutrients in the same way?) Im in the uk and am noticing that the nutritional info given for some foods are showing higher fibre grams per 100g than total carb grams per 100g which makes me wonder if the carb figure shown in the uk is already net carbs?

  8. Lynn
    Answered my own question - just found this on the net which is useful - means ive been calculating carbs incorrectly as i was following the subtraction of fibre route

    http://www.esha.com/nutrition/how-carbs-are-calculated-in-different-c...

  9. vipin das
    Hi all,
    I'm on Day 3 of LCHF diet. My total diet for the day is 4 eggs scrambled , 2-3 carrots , 2 glass milk tea with sugar, 300g fried chicken and handful of grapes or Amla. Could this make a change or did i go wrong somewhere in calculation?
    is this an effective low carb diet?
  10. Mathilda ( Tillie)
    Hi, eggs and chicken both ok, carrots is for later after you have lost weight, so is milk and grapes. You can have a little cfresh full cream in your tea/coffee, ONCE a day. Further , water and boullion. No fruit yet.
    Get a little carbohydrate counter or app on your phone . and read more on this site, also the lectures from drs and experts all over the world.
    Do not feel overwhelmed,you can make it!
    Reply: #165
  11. Nikkie
    The meal plans are different from before. Is there a updated PDF that can be printed out? I like to have it all together and put in a binder.
  12. Jennifer
    I am so glad I found this website. I started a low-carb diet about a week ago. I was surfing the web looking for better recipes than Atkins provides and stumbled on this website. I was still pretty hungry following the Atkins guidelines, so I upped my healthy fats and lowered my protein. And I quit eating the Atkins pre-packaged snacks.

    I have now done a full week, although I just signed up as a member a few hours ago. Day 5 was the hardest. I felt like I'd been bit by a train, I was so exhausted. Day 6 was much better. Today, I felt great!

    So far, I've dropped 8 pounds. (From 208 to 200). I have not been keeping track of my waist measurements but I will start. I am still working through a few side effects--my mouth tastes like metal sometimes--but I feel like I'm on the upswing of this.

    Oh. Love the Bulletproof Coffee. For real, it is amazing.

  13. Lynn
    Ive been using some parts of the meal plan but find most of the recipes too big in terms of total amount ( cant finish them) and total fat ( makes me feel rather ill) - im finding it easier to use 1 of the suggested meals a day and something less for other meals.I plan to continue this way rather than follow the suggested 3 meals a day
    In the spirit of give and take heres a couple of things ive made up which seem to fit the bill ( nutrients are from inputing recipe to MFP so they are hopefully correct)
    1) Raspberry cake
    200g ground almonds,6 eggs, 2 tbsp extra thick double cream, 3tsp baking powder, , 15 drops liquid stevia, 2 tsp pure vanilla extract Mix all ingredients together with stick blender to make batter, pour into silicone cake mould, add 125g punnet raspberries ensuring the berries are under the liquid. Bake at around 130 degrees for 40 mins or so ( 10 slices, 189 cal, 2g carbs,16g fat,10g protein,2g fibre each) Nice with 100g blueberries and the juice and rind of 1 unwaxed lemon instead of raspberries or 2-3 tbsp cacoa powder)
    2) veg in coconut oil
    1tbsp coconut oil, 50g each of courgette,runner beans, mushrooms,asparagus, spinach,carrots. 2 tsp tamari ( or soy sauce) ,1 clove garlic, 2 tsp grated fresh ginger, 1 tbsp sesema seeds
    Cut up veg, fry in the coconut oil adding the tamari and alittle water part way through. Dry fry the sesame seeds with some sea salt until theystart "poppong". Serve the veg sprikled with sesame seeds
    (244 cals, 10g carbs,19g fat, 6.5g protein,5g fibre) nice with some very well rinsed then heated konjac noodles.
    Omitting the carrots would reduce the carb count a couple of g's
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  15. Liz
    Hi Tillie, can you advise why only a little full cream for tea is okay when it is a fat? I am on week two and have been making lattes with 35% whipping cream as well as taking a scoop of WCream whipped up to curb hunger from time to time. Is this not advisable and why? Thanks
  16. Nicole
    Do I have to follow this 2 week session strictly as the recipes show or can i eat whatever is on the list?
    Reply: #167
  17. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Nicole!

    As long as you are using our recipes you normally should be able to do your own "2-week-challenge".

    Do I have to follow this 2 week session strictly as the recipes show or can i eat whatever is on the list?

  18. Sue
    How do I calculate the carbs ? Is it net carbs? That is total carbs minus the fibre? Confused!!
    Any ideas on vegetarian options ? Love some ideas
    Reply: #169
  19. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Sue!

    Q: Is it net carbs? That is total carbs minus the fibre?
    A: Yes!

    Q: Vegetarian options?
    A: Look here: https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes?s=&st=recipe&kd...

    How do I calculate the carbs ? Is it net carbs? That is total carbs minus the fibre? Confused!!
    Any ideas on vegetarian options ? Love some ideas

  20. Sue
    Thanks :)
  21. Lynn
    Not in some countries - here in the uk the catb figure given on food products / food data sites etc is already the net carb figure (ie the carbs and fibre are both shown but the fibre already been subtracted from the total carbs meaning the carb figure given is already net - its different in the USA and some other countries
  22. Missy
    Hello all, I've been on the Low Carb diet for 2 months now and for the last 2-3 days I've felt pressure in my chest and my left arm falls asleep all the time. I know these are signs of a Heart Attack. Is the high fat doing this to me? I'm very scared about eating any fat right now because of the symptoms I'm having. Should I stop Low Carb high fat foods and try a different diet?
    Reply: #173
  23. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Missy!

    You should contact a physician!

    Hello all, I've been on the Low Carb diet for 2 months now and for the last 2-3 days I've felt pressure in my chest and my left arm falls asleep all the time. I know these are signs of a Heart Attack. Is the high fat doing this to me? I'm very scared about eating any fat right now because of the symptoms I'm having. Should I stop Low Carb high fat foods and try a different diet?

  24. Mayra
    Hello,

    I REALLY want to make sure I am understanding this correctly. If I'm shopping only for me, do I put only 1 person when getting my shopping list set or should I put 2 (for leftover lunch servings).

    If it says 2 dinner + 2 lunch, does that mean 2 servings FOR ME at dinner and 2 servings FOR ME at lunch. Or am I planning wrong for two people WITH leftovers by mistake, meaning 2 servings for dinner (one serving for me and the other for person 2) and 2 serving for lunch (One serving for me and the other person 2). Sorry I just want to make sure I'm not overeating or buying more than I need to!

    Reply: #175
  25. Mayra
    Oops, I now understand. I mustn't confuse the servings with people. The small human icon threw me off.

    THank you!

    Reply: #176
  26. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Mayra!

    You’ll need one tonight and one as leftovers for lunch tomorrow. 1 + 1 = 2 servings.

    But you already figured that out. :)

    Oops, I now understand. I mustn't confuse the servings with people. The small human icon threw me off.
    THank you!

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  28. Kevin
    Is it okay to substitute bouillon for just a glass of warm water dissolved with salt?
  29. Joalle
    I'm going to Week 2 on your plan with some modifications to your recipes. I am 69 y/o. and need to drop 30 lbs and get my blood sugar lower. I'm not on any meds. - Dr. says I'm fine just lose the extra pounds. I have dropped only 2.4 lbs since I started....and have noticed I do NOT have that insatiable need to snack and I am not hungry...I think a lot is mental discipline though, and the fact that I'm determined to get into my size 10 silk pants! I exercise moderately 3-4 X per week. I wish I could lose the fat around my middle faster - the rest of my body is o.k. I'm keeping the carbs around 25g. Why is it taking so long? Is it my age?
  30. Adriana
    Hi,
    I want to start on Monday, i would just like to know if i am allowed a glass of dry red wine in the evening . After a long day i juts love a glass of wine.
    Reply: #200
  31. Anette
    I was wondering why not all questions are getting answered?
    I just read through a few which came up for me too so I it is a shame I can not read the answer
    Reply: #182
  32. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    We are sorry for that Anette. We simply don't have the resources to answer all questions. What we are hoping for, which also happens is that readers can help each other out... :)

    I was wondering why not all questions are getting answered?
    I just read through a few which came up for me too so I it is a shame I can not read the answer

  33. Elena
    I was found this site by accident and it catch my attention. I've been on a diet all my life. I tried so many pills and programs and i exesised regular but my weight keep coming back. I feel more and more fatigue.
    I started my 2 weeks challenge on 02/20/2017, my weight was 242 LB and I tell you I"ve never being eating so much delicious food from this recipes in my live! I am now down to 236.2 LB just in 4 days! I am not hungry anymore, pain free, energetic (i didn't have this before) I do not crave SUGAR anymore! I still cant believe myself (I used to eat donuts every morning for breakfast)
    Thank you so much for introducing me to this diet! I am going to make this as my life style for now on! Thanks again!
  34. Antoinette
    Hi there Doc,
    I have started my journey today, or should I say last night. I must say the hamburgers were delicious was not sure about all that butter but it tasted great cannot wait for dinner tonight.
    Hubbi is a picki eater what i mean about that is he cannot eat a big mean all in one go so he will eat half and eat the rest later. question is that ok for him. I am happy with mine though I was still hungry last night.
    My weight is 77.6kgs i would like to loose about 17kgs my daugther is getting married in november 2017 and want to make her proud of me, but i want to do it for ME.... My body needs this to heal itself from all the crap i have in my body.
    thank you for giving so many people the chance to feel good about themselves. You are an Angel.
    regards Antoinette
  35. Angie McDaniel
    I would like to know if sugar free creamer is OK in coffee? I drink bottles of water with sugar free carb free Crystal light. Is this all ok?
    Thanks
  36. Sarah
    I started the Keto diet a couple days ago with another website and I have been having a problem with their plan. I just found your website yesterday and I was wondering if I can switch some of the dinners out with some of your other recipes on here. Also how do I deal the the author cravings? I have been doing the Keto diet for 2 weeks now and I really want something sweet. How do I cope with it?
  37. Samantha
    What about if I drink red wine and eating low carb?
  38. Lianne
    The only thing I would change in the week 1 recipes is in the Ingredient list....here you can choose the amount of people you are cooking for. The 1+1 is very confusing.....should it not read "servings" instead? So preparing your ingredient list you need total amounts but in actual servings you need single serving. I have used a scale to learn portion sizes. Apart from this confusion, we have thoroughly enjoyed all the recipes! I cook for 3 other people and we all have lost weight this week! Thank You!
  39. Pauline
    I dont eat chicken , beef, or pork, are the recipes for meals with out these 3 foods.
    I also have high cholerterol made by my own body. I have had a fatty liver and worry about my liver in this diet.

    Will my kidneys be ok. Im only on week one and I still get hungry but no cravings.
    I should say I am on low salt diet too, so will bouillon be ok for me.
    Thank you for any help.

  40. Dawn
    I'm on day 1 and tracked my food on my fitness pal. I followed the meals for today and it's saying my carbs are way high. Is there another way I can track this for net carbs?
    Reply: #198
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  42. Vidhu
    Is there any other low carb diet for vegans
  43. Ella Jones
    Oh I just saw the first two weeks when I look in my email Thank you
  44. Determined
    On day one, and the biggest challenge for me is one that crosses all 2 weeks, and beyond. There are three foods I loathe: eggs, milk and mayonnaise. The diet seems overloaded with eggs and mayonnaise. Whey protein is too much like milk, so that is not an alternative. Can you substitute something like a can of sardines, capers, red pepper flakes and a few Manzanilla olives for the eggs at breakfast?

    Decided against the broth. Almost all commercially prepared broth/bouillion cubes have nasty additives that aren't good. But green tea, a sliver of ginger, and perhaps a small end twig of fresh lemongrass is very soothing and refreshing in a mug of hot tea. Salt can be added if needed. Is this acceptable? Its really hard to get a clear picture on the carb count on lemongrass. The data is all over the place. Its not eaten, but the carb counting sites make it sound like its consumed and loaded with carbs. Does anyone know where to get accurate, reliable information on carb counts of less common foods?

  45. AJR
    I am kosher is there any substitute for the dairy (cream, butter and cheese) in these recipes for meat meals?
    Reply: #199
  46. Sheldon
    Good Day is the lchf diet good if your insulin levels are high
    Reply: #197
  47. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Sheldon!

    Yes, we think so! :)

    https://www.dietdoctor.com/new-paradigm-insulin-resistance

    Good Day is the lchf diet good if your insulin levels are high

  48. Stephanie
    Did you paste the recipes into the recipe importer? I have been doing that on myfitnesspal and have found that you really need to double check the matched ingredients. I've seen it swap completely ridiculous items for what was listed. Also, for some reason, the Diet Doctor recipes always show up with the measurements on there twice. I always have to go through and delete the extra text. Double check your recipes and make sure the ingredients are correct, that very well may be it. I think the first day is a little higher than 20 carbs, but so far the next few days seem to be about right from my experience.
  49. Stephanie
    AJR- From what I've seen, the keto diet strictly controls protein, carbs and fat. The recipes are designed to include a very high level of fat and zero carbs.... it's hard to do that without dairy items and meat in the same skillet,making it a big challenge for a kosher diet. This site does have a great vegetarian meal plan, though, and that might be a great option for kosher. There's still plenty of dairy, but no meat! I'm not sure how it works for eggs, though. Even the vegetarian meal plans have a considerable amount of eggs. If you think that would work for you, here's the link: https://www.dietdoctor.com/member/meal-plans#vegetarian
    Reply: #233
  50. Stephanie
    If you check out the "low carb" link at the top, it explains a good deal about what you can and can't have. For specifics on alcohol, this link has a lot of info: https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/alcohol
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