This week’s low-carb meal plan – family favorites

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We now have 85 low-carb meal plans available – including keto, moderate, vegetarian, dairy-free and favorites.

 

Low carb: Family favorites #2

This is a low-carb meal plan filled with family favorites. Enjoy meatballs, cheeseburger casserole, pizza and much more while staying below 40 grams of carbs per day.

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What is everyone else eating? Check out some of our most popular low-carb options that thousands of readers come back to, time after time. These tasty dishes are favorites for a reason:

 

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Low carb: Vegetarian #5

This week offers a delicious, colorful, and nutritious mix of vegetarian and vegan low-carb dishes. They will satisfy your appetite and make your taste buds sing. Indulge in vibrant veggies, flavorful cheeses and exciting spices.

This meal plan will keep you below 33 g net carbs per day

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Low-carb: Healthy hygge #1

Hygge is a Danish word meaning cozy, comfortable contentment. And now hygge food is a popular home-style eating trend that’s spreading in food magazines and all over the internet. Think that comfort food can’t be healthy? Wrong-O! We’ve got it covered. Since Diet Doctor is headquartered in Stockholm, if anybody knows healthy Scandinavian comfort food it’s us. So invite your loved ones, light some candles, put on your thick socks, and get ready to snuggle up with this week’s mouthwatering hygge recipes.

This delicious low-carb meal plan keeps you below 29 net carbs per day.

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Team Diet Doctor: Karl Naïm's international foodie favorites

Karl’s meal plan is well-balanced and does not include breakfasts, except on weekends. That’s because he uses intermittent fasting to promote greater fat burning after his morning work outs. This eating plan is recommended for people who like to cook, appreciate diversity over convenience, and love to use fresh produce.

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Low carb: Gourmet easy cooking with Camilla

Do you love food that looks and tastes gourmet, but is in fact super simple to cook? Who doesn’t? Well, we have the perfect low-carb meal plan for you. It’s easy to make, yet fancy, too. To make it even simpler, you’ll be skipping breakfast on weekdays.

What’s on the menu? Creamy chicken dishes, flavourful cod, and a delicious, classic — but of course low-carb — beef stroganoff. On the weekend you’ll indulge in a nut-free keto bread that’s great for toasting. Bake the whole bread, use what you want, and then freeze the rest. It will also keep in the fridge for four or five days.

This meal plan keeps you below 32 g of carbs per day.

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Low carb: Around the world #2

No need to pack your bags. Just prepare your tastebuds for a low-carb adventure featuring dishes from around the globe! Dig in to Maria Emmerich’s Ethiopian spicy doro wat soup, an Italian-inspired caprese omelette, and a rustic Swedish cabbage bake. There’s Asian chicken wings, Mexican enchildas, lamb curry, and even a low-carb (vegan) twist on a classic Indian breakfast dish called umpa.

Better yet: the meal plan will keep you below 30 carbs per day. Enjoy!

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2 comments

  1. Elbert
    If not in Ketos, eating fat will make you fatter? This is what has happen to me. I am now 45 BNI Diabetic and Insulin resistance. My Bowel has stopped because of fasting and I take one tablespoon of Coconut Oil in morning to help to Poo. every day high sugar reading of 225 to 450
    Thanks any help?
  2. ARLENE BOWERS
    Have you discussed your concerns with your Endocrinologist? This is of major importance to do especially if you have other health concerns such as kidney problems or cardiac issues. Fasting isn't good for Diabetics. I am also a diabetic. Insulin dependant. You need to examine what you eat. Personally, I eat a fried egg and 2 strips of natural bacon for breakfast. I drink a keto shake for lunch and do a meat and some low carb veggie for dinner on most nights. It does help me to keep my sugars under control. I haven't lost but 2 pounds. I am doing this for my sugars. If followed Keto diet will aide you in loosing weight and maintaining lower blood sugars.

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