We should know that no-carb diets don’t exist.
We will present you some foods and food groups that are not 100 percent lacking in carbs, but it is considered that under 1 gram net carbs per one serving is good as zero. Check the food labels before you buy it. Veggies have about 0 and one gram net carb per serving. Seafood and meats are unprocessed foods and if you process them you will add some carbs.
Meat: Pork, pork rinds, goose, organ meats, beef, turkey, lamb, chicken, duck and veal
Seafood: fish, mollusks and shellfish
Dairy: butter, most types of cheese, heavy cream, eggs, margarine
Oil: peanut oil, olive oil, safflower oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil and corn oil
Vegetables: celery, alfalfa sprouts, fresh herbs, radish, leafy greens (Bok Choy, Swiss chard, turnip greens, spinach, arugula, lettuce, kale), cucumber and chicory family (radicchio, endive and escarole)
Condiments: many types of hot sauce, vinegar (not balsamic), mustard (not the honey varieties), regular mayonnaise and salt
Drinks: consume mix powders (like Crystal Light), coffee (sugar and milk-free), diet soda, water, herbal tea and tea (sugar and milk free)
- Make sure you consume foods that are from animal origin like dairy, meat and eggs because they do not contain carbs.
- Consume products like eggs, dairy and meat until you feel full. It will help you not to crave for other food.
- Avoid sweets. Make sure you don’t consume any and eliminate the craving.
- Make sure to consume enough fat as it will keep you full and it will provide energy.
- If you’re thirsty, you should consume water, not juices. Unsweetened coffee, unsweetened tea and seltzer waters are in the group of 0-carb drinks. Water is a drink that we need the most and that is the reason you should consume it a lot during the day. Drink it when you are thirsty and stop when you are not.
- Consume food when you are hungry and do not count the calories. Stop eating when you’re not feeling hungry.
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