Low Carb Recipe Index
Low Carb Recipes from the Recipes-4U Cookbook
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Food Tips of the Week
If you enjoy eating, but want to lose weight and also enhance your overall well-being, without doubt you ought to start a carefully calculated healthy dietary regime. In theory, this ought to take in 5 measures of grains and vegetables on a daily basis and also embrace the right blend of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
Some lower carb diet pointers:
* Eat regular meals
Most reduced carbohydrate recipes are, you won't be surpised to learn, low in carbs. We all need energy, and carbohydrates are a very efficient energy source. A low carb diet requires more care in monitoring you energy levels, as the energy provided by protein and fat is much slower acting.
* Read food labels
Be sceptical of food packaging that claims to be 'low carb' - check the nutritional information figures on the reverse of the tin or packet. Some are only marginally lowered and in some cases still higher than a competitors standard brand. Also, beware of 'low sugar' and 'low fat' labels - 'low sugar' doesn't always mean 'low carb' - usually the carbs are exactly the same.
Superfoods rich in flavonoids
(inlcudes onion, brussels sprouts, soya beans & tea)
The large family of compounds known as flavonoids found in these food types are thought by experts to have properties in fighting cancer.
Doctors who have been studying the medical effects of flavonoids think that they might also have many other healthy benefits, including anti-candida and anti-inflammatory powers.
Most are also good for weight loss, so should be included in every weight loss program.