New low-carb and dairy-free meal plan

Our new low-carb meal-plan tool gives you everything you need to succeed on low carb. Meal plans, recipes and shopping lists – no planning required! Adjust and skip any meal – and the recipes and shopping lists adapt.

We now have 32 low-carb week meal plans available – including keto, moderate, vegetarian, dairy-free and favorites – we’re adding at least one new plan every week. Here’s this week’s new plan:

Low carb: Dairy free #4

This low-carb meal plan is dairy-free and influenced by the Asian kitchen, and based on chicken, fish and vegetarian dishes, but no red meat. It will help you stay around 25 g of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →

 

 

All Dairy-Free Meal Plans

Excluding dairy from your diet can be an effective way to speed up your weight loss and help reversing type 2 diabetes. 1

A lot of people who limit dairy will still enjoy real butter, since butter even though it’s made from milk contains only trace amounts of milk protein and sugar. That’s why we use butter in our dairy-free recipes. Alternatively, use coconut or olive oil.

 

Low carb: Dairy free #1

Whether you’re avoiding dairy because of allergies, intolerances or other reasons – you have a tasty week coming up with this low-carb meal plan. You’ll enjoy three hearty meals per day while staying below 30 grams of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Dairy free #2

Excluding dairy does not mean excluding flavor and variety. This week’s low-carb meal plan is here to prove it! Enjoy three hearty meals per day while staying below 35 grams of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Dairy free #3

This low-carb meal-plan is dairy-free and has great flavors from all over the world. It will also help you stay around 25 g of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Dairy free #4

This low-carb meal plan is dairy-free and influenced by the Asian kitchen, and based on chicken, fish and vegetarian dishes, but no red meat. It will help you stay around 25 g of carbs per day.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Dairy free #5

In this week’s meal plan we’re cutting out dairy and going all in on flavor! You’ll stay below 35 grams of carbs while enjoying three generous meals per day.

Do you wonder why there’s butter in some of the recipes? Find the answer to that question and many more in our recipe FAQ.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Dairy free #6

Excluding dairy from your diet can be an effective way to speed up your weight loss and help reverse type 2 diabetes. This week offers a selection of tasty dairy-free low-carb dishes such as a low-carb seafood soup with garlic mayo and finger licking good chicken wings.

While limiting dairy, you can, if desired, still enjoy real butter. That’s because butter, despite being made from milk, contains only trace amounts of milk protein and sugar. That’s why you may find butter in our dairy-free recipes. Feel free, however, to use coconut or olive oil instead of butter if you want to go 100% dairy-free.

This meal plan will make sure that you keep your net carb intake below 33 grams per day.

Full meal plan →


Low carb: Happy-gut diet #1

Did you know low-carb diets can help with gut health — and can be incredibly beneficial for those dealing with chronic digestive issues, such as SIBO, leaky gut, and IBS?

Just ask our newest Diet Doctor team member, Erika McKellar, who before going low carb, struggled with gut health for most of her life. ⁠

This week’s meal plan is low carb, dairy-free, egg-free — and will help anyone in search of recipes that are gentle on the digestive system. It includes gut-friendly foods, such as bone broth, squash, ginger, avocado, and high-quality meat and fish. ⁠

Here’s to your health and happiness! Inside and out.

Full meal plan →


Low-carb meal plan: Happy-gut diet #2

If you loved our Happy-gut diet #1 meal plan, you have to try our 7-day Happy-gut diet #2.

This week’s meal plan includes recipes designed specifically for gut health. They’re beneficial for those dealing with chronic digestive issues, such as SIBO, leaky gut, and IBS.

Our happy-gut meal plans are created by Diet Doctor Recipe Content Manager Erika McKellar, who, before going low carb, struggled with gut health for most of her life. ⁠

This meal plan is low carb, dairy-free, egg-free — and will help anyone in search of recipes that are gentle on the digestive system.

Here’s to your health and happiness! Inside and out.

Full meal plan →


 

 

More

DD-295-2

  1. Dairy products contain not only milk sugar (lactose), but also milk protein (casein), which stimulates insulin secretion more than other types of protein. This is why milk is great for a growing baby, but not that great for an adult who wants to lose weight.

Leave a reply

Reply to comment #0 by

Older posts