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

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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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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.

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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.

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Low carb: Holiday vibes #1

Be merry with this week’s meal plan, featuring keto-friendly comfort food that will put you in a joyful, festive mood.

Want heart-warming recipe ideas? We’ve got ’em! Help yourself to our holiday-inspired turkey meatballs — made with a hint of allspice and cinnamon and perfect for dipping in a rich mustard mayo. Or, cozy up with a soul-warming mug of cinnamon coffee.

In this week’s lineup, you’ll come across some beloved classics like shepard’s pie — but you’ll also get to discover new and exciting dishes for the first time. Take, for example, our Laplandic beef cabbage stew and Kalops, two popular Swedish beef stew recipes, each with their own traditional flavors.

So get ready for some major hygge time while staying below 30 grams of net carbs.

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Low carb: Meat lovers meal plan #2

If you enjoy eating meat, then this plan is for you. This week, you’ll get to enjoy hearty dishes that feature beef, lamb, or chicken for lunch and dinner.

The best part? You’ll be able to meet your protein needs — without going over your carb limits. This meal plan will keep you below 27 grams of net carbs per day.

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Low carb: Family favorites #3

Don’t make extra work for yourself by cooking separate meals. Instead, embrace these delicious family-friendly meals.

Everyone, including the kiddos, will clean their plates with this meal plan. Better yet, it will keep you below 28 grams of net carbs per day.

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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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