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:

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.

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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.

 

Dairy free #1

This low-carb meal-plan is dairy-free and will also help you stay below 30 g of carbs per day.

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Dairy free #2

This low-carb meal-plan is dairy-free and will also help you stay below 30 g of carbs per day.

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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.

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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 →

 

 

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  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.

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