BSD AND LOW CARB RESOURCES

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  • posted by Luvtcook
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    Links to resources….limited comments and no discussion please so list of links is easy to find

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    New thread with intent of simply amassing a list of helpful links to resources for members of this forum

    Please add additional resources you find helpful

    http://whfoods.org great resource for nutrition info on healthy food

    https://www.netrition.com great online source in US for low carb foods and ingredients

    https://nuts.com ditto source of low carb ingredients foods and great nuts

    https://www.dietdoctor.com good source of info on low carb diets, recipes, meal plans , intermittant fasting

    https://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/150-best-keto-side-dish-recipes-low-carb/ great low carb veg options

    https://www.lowcarbmaven.com/the-beginners-guide-to-keto-meal-planning-a-free-healthy-meal-planner/ great info on low carb / keto great recipes

    http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/nutrition_preview.asp food tracker

    https://www.nutritionix.com/database food and restaurant meal data base

    https://www.eatthismuch.com/food/browse/?type=recipe ditto

    https://www.myfitnesspal.com calorie tracker

    https://www.fatsecret.com

  • posted by sunshine-girl
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    Mediterranean Diet 101; A Meal Plan and Beginners Guide.

  • posted by Flick
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    There is also a 6 lecture series on the same subject and then some interesting lectures on fasting. They come up as options in the sidebar of this video.

  • posted by Flick
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    Also, another excellent idea from Luvtcook 👏🏻

  • posted by Luvtcook
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    Thanks Verano. I didn’t realize there were two listings but that makes sense to get the UK grocery items. Hoping others will add more so that they are all in one place.

  • posted by Luvtcook
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    Sunshinegirl, don’t think your links were saved. Could you please post them again as they look helpful. Thanks LTC

  • posted by sunshine-girl
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    Lets see if this works I am useless at this, you might have to copy and paste
    https//www.healthline.com/nutrition/mediterranean-diet-meal-plan

  • posted by Luvtcook
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    LIST OF FOODS TO EAT ON BSD as it keeps coming up over and over

    Taken from dietdoctor.com great site has excellent low carb recipes https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/foods

    LOW CARB FOODS LIST

    GOOD FOOD TO EAT (see bottom for foods to avoid):

    Meat: Any type: Beef, pork, lamb, game, poultry, etc. Feel free to eat the fat on the meat as well as the skin on the chicken. If possible try to choose organic or grass-fed meats.

    Fish and seafood: All kinds: Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, sardines or herring are great. Avoid breading.

    Eggs: All kinds: Boiled, fried, scrambled, omelets, etc. Preferably organic eggs.

    Natural fat, high-fat sauces: Using butter and cream for cooking can make your food taste better and make you feel more satisfied. Coconut fat or olive oil are also good options.

    Vegetables that grow above ground: Cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts, kale, collards, bok choy, spinach, asparagus, zucchini, eggplant, olives, spinach, mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, avocado, onions, peppers, tomatoes etc.

    Dairy products: Always select full-fat options like real butter, cream (40% fat), sour cream, Greek/Turkish yogurt and high-fat cheeses. Be careful with regular milk, reduced fat and skim milk as they contain a lot of milk sugar. Avoid flavored, sugary and low-fat products.

    Nuts: Great for a treat (in moderation) instead of popcorn, candy or chips. Learn more

    Berries: Okay in moderation, if you are not super strict or sensitive. Great with whipped cream.

    Read the nutrition label in the grocery store.

    No more than 5% of carbohydrates in any food item is a good rule of thumb.

    Drink

    Water – Try to make this your drink of choice, flavored or sparkling water is fine too.
    Coffee – Black or with small amounts of milk or cream is ideal for weight loss. Beware of adding lots of milk or cream, especially if you drink coffee regularly throughout the day, even when you’re not hungry. But if you are hungry feel free to use full-fat cream.

    Tea : yes, but milk is high carb. Try cream or milk alternative such as hemp seed milk, or almond milk

    Alcohol: try to avoid or limit. It may stall your progress as it is metabolized first before any other foods. Empty calories.

    Dark chocolate: Above 70% cocoa, preferably just a bit.

    Avoid these high-carb foods:

    Avoid sugary foods on ketoSugar: The worst. Soft drinks, candy, juice, sports drinks, chocolate, cakes, buns, pastries, ice cream, breakfast cereals.

    Preferably avoid artificial sweeteners as well (here’s why).

    Avoid starchy foods:

    Starch: Bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, French fries, potato chips, porridge, muesli and so on. Wholegrain products are just less bad. Legumes, such as beans and lentils, are high in carbs. Moderate amounts of root vegetables may be OK (unless you’re eating extremely low carb).

    Beer: Liquid bread. Full of rapidly absorbed carbs. But there are a few lower-carb beers

    Fruit: Very sweet, lots of sugar. Eat once in a while. Treat fruit as a natural form of candy. Learn more

    Watch out:

    Be very skeptical of special “low-carb” products, such as pasta or chocolate. Unfortunately these products usually work poorly. They have prevented weight loss for loads of people. They’re commonly full of carbs once you see through the creative marketing.

    Also, preferably avoid margarine. It’s industrially produced imitated butter with unnaturally high content of omega-6 fat. It has no health benefits and tastes bad. It’s also statistically linked to asthma, allergies and other inflammatory diseases.

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