Low Carb Diet Book
be specific, this low carb diet book is a low carb
one thinks of a low carb
diet they may be thinking of any number of diets, so let me quote this
“Low Carb 1-2-3 addresses
the needs of everyone following today’s profusion of low carb
diets. This uniquely versatile cookbook
cross-references all the popular plans and establishes a common ground
recipes that work superbly for any low-carb program – including Atkins,
South Beach Diet, Sugar Busters, Glycemic
Index diets, and many more. Unlike other low-carb cookebooks,
Low Carb 1-2-3
is full of recipes that use only 3 ingredients.
Herein lies the magic. as I have demonstrated in my
award-winning 1-2-3 cookbook series, less is more. This
innovative approach to keeping it simple unlocks the inherent flavors
of the best ingredients, allowing them to shine through, unmasked and
I have found these recipes to
be great, that is both easy
and low calorie. Why not cook mostly from this cookbook for a couple of
and see how much weight you lose?
Just a word of warning
about low carb diets: Most of us will
still gain weight if we eat too much fat and protein. Also some good
add much needed vitamins and nutrients to our diet. See what the
Cancer Society has to say about Carbs:
American Cancer Society
“From bread baskets to
bowls of tortilla
chips, carbohydrates, or
“carbs,” are diet
busters for many
folks. But not all
carts are bad. In
fact, the right carbs can be an important part of a healthy diet.
There are two types of
carbs: simple and complex. “Simple”
carbs are more easily digested by the body and can be found in fruits,
and processed, refined foods like sugar, pasta, and white bread.
carbs take longer for the body to break down and are found in
whole-grain pasta and bread, brown rice, and legumes.
don’t have to give up
carbs to have a healthy diet; the
key is choosing wisely. American
Society nutrition guide-lines recommend avoiding processed and refined
favor of complex ones whenever possible.
Here are some easy ways to fit in more of those:
100% whole-grain bread or wraps instead of white bread for sandwiches.
oatmeal or oat cereal for breakfast.
brown rice for white rice.
- Add whole barley to
soups and stews or bulgur to salads and casseroles.
snacking, go for low –fat microwave popcorn, whole-wheat crackers with
low-fat cheese, or low-fat, whole-grain muffins.”