Guides to low-carb living

Are you new to eating low carb? Feeling confused? Don’t know where to start?

We know that it isn’t easy to make changes for a healthier life. That’s why we’ve put together this page, where you can find guides to everything related to an enjoyable low-carb lifestyle.

Just choose a topic below for a practical guide on it.
 

 

A closer look at the guides

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You can take a closer look at what the guides are about here by reading the descriptions below.

 

dining-out-800-rounded-ffDining out

How do you eat low carb at buffets, at a friend’s house and at fast­-food restaurants? This guide explains it all

 

fat-rounded800How to eat more fat

Fat is filling and an amazing flavor enhancer. But how do you get in enough of it in your diet? And how much fat should you really eat? We tell you in this guide

 

cheating-800-rounded-1Low-carb cheating

To cheat or not to cheat? Well, if you do decide to cheat, this guide will help you do it smarter

 

no-cooking-800-roundedHow to stay low carb when you don’t want to cook

Have you come home late? Are you tired? Unprepared? No worries ­– there are ways to “cook” delicious low­-carb meals even when you don’t feel like cooking

 

breakfast-800-roundedBreakfast

Breakfast is a great time to eat low carb. Who doesn’t love eggs and bacon? But there are so many other options – both delicious and fast

 

meals-800-roundedMeals

So, what’s for lunch and dinner? There are a million alternatives!
If you’re new to low carb, check out this guide to learn the basics of cooking amazing low­-carb meals

 

bread-800-roundedBread

Do you have a hard time living without bread? There are good options, and bad options. Spoiler: you probably want to stay away from “low­-carb bread” from stores! To guide

 

snacks-800-roundedSnacks and dessert

You probably don’t need to snack as much when you’re eating LCHF, but if you want something right away there are several options

 

instead-800-roundedInstead of potatoes, pasta and rice

There are low­-carb alternatives to carb­-rich foods that are both tastier and healthier

 

travel-800-roundedTraveling

Are you tired of lousy food options at every airport, train station or rest stop? Hit the road with confidence. A little preparation goes a long way

 

low-carb-kids-800-roundedLow carb for kids

Is low carb an option for children? And if so, how should it be done? This guide answers all questions you have about low carb for children

 

cheap-800-rounded-1How to make low carb cheap

People often believe that low carb has to be expensive, but that’s not true. There are many ways to make it super cheap. Here’s our guide to saving tons of money on low carb

 

 

question-800-roundedQ&A

New to LCHF and a little bit confused? No worries, others are too. That’s why we’ve put together this page with common questions and answers

 

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Comments

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12 comments

  1. Marianne G
    OMG, I love this website! I will be referring to these guides frequently. Thank you!
  2. Pat king
    I have started knitting for charity. Can't knit and eat nuts.
  3. Jude
    Just started the 2 week challenge and had the burgers, very filling and sooooo tasty..... yummy!
  4. Robin
    can anyone recommend a good carb counting app. Have looked at Atkins not sure though.

    thanks

  5. Arti
    what's the difference between low carb and keto? which one is better?
    One doctor told me that low carb means your body works on less fuel. So u may feel tired. But keto diet avails u the ability to use body fat as fuel; and hence u won't feel tired on a keto diet.

    Does the same happens while on intermittent fasting? And in that case which is better? keto diet, or intermittent fasting? or low carb diet?

  6. Lisa
    When are you coming out with a phone app?
  7. Stephanie
    Where are the shopping lists????
  8. Edith
    I just started this Low Carb diet two weeks ago. I purchased the strips from Amazon and I am still in small amounts of Keto. Can you give a break down of how much of fat, protein, sugar, we should consume a day, so I may get to a high keto level. Thanks
  9. Vynette
    Hi, I just completed the two week challenge. Thank you for the wonderful introduction to the low-carb life style. I am loving your program. As a successful graduate of the challenge, I am now creating my daily meals using the recipes on the website. Question: are the recipes designed like the two week challenge recipes? Where one recipe serving equal both diner and lunch?
  10. Teresa
    Do you have a keto/low carb guide for vegetarians?
  11. Mookie
    I've just finished the 1st week of the challenge and lost six pounds. Hurray for me and DD! However, I'm concerned. I am using Carb Manager to track my carbs because the last time I did Keto I ate too much food although my carbs were within range. Here's the outcome of one day's meals: 25 g net carbs; 218 g fat (118 is recommended based on a keto calculator based on goals, age, weight, height); 132 g protein (92 g is recommended) for 2878 calories!

    Can it be possible to lose weight eating those numbers? I'm not hungry. Is it time to cut back and eat less?

    Thanks.

  12. Jerry
    Have been on Keto now for about two weeks...have lost about 9 lbs. I understand the basics and have followed them as best I can. The more I look at various whole natural foods I am surprised by the carb content of things like even vegetables! The biggest issue I'm having is the accurate daily tracking of carbs, protein and fat. I was hoping there was a good mobile app for this, but haven't found it yet. Anyone have a good suggestion for tracking various foods daily for keeping a specific count in these categories?
    Please advise,
    Jerry

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