Low Carbohydrate Food Lists for Fast Fat Loss
It is important to note that food containing white flour and sugar are not allowed in low carbohydrate food lists. You may be eating plenty of food, but not eating the right carbohydrate foods that give your body the nutrients you need to be healthy. You may not be getting enough physical activity to stay fit and burn those extra calories. This article is a starting point for finding your way to a healthier lifestyle.
* Steamed winter vegetables with peanut sauce:
The recipe is fast and easy to make, it tastes great, and it provides some of the most nutritious vegetables and is a real low carbohydrate diet.
1/2-cup creamy peanut butter, 4 tablespoons rice vinegar, 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 2 cloves garlic, 1/4-teaspoon cayenne pepper and water.
Mix all the ingredients in a small saucepan, add water and beat again. Heat until warm and pore over the vegetables. After you’ve thrashed up the peanut sauce, cut 1/2 pound of fresh broccoli and cauliflower into bite size pieces. Bring the water to a boil, insert the steamer basket with the veggies, and cook for exactly 5 minutes.
* Tuna or Salmon and Beans:
This recipe is one of my favorites in low carbohydrate food lists that are low in GI.
Take one or two cans of tuna or salmon and one 15 oz soybeans with just 3.5 grams of available carbohydrate, washed and drained. Add 1/2 onion finely chopped, a few springs of fresh basil and parsley, dress with 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar and 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, and perhaps salt and pepper to taste.
* Hearts of Palm with vinegar:
The tender hearts of the terminal bud or young leaf shoots of the cabbage palmetto is where heart of palm comes from. Hearts of palm can be used in salads and in main dishes, or deep-fried.
1 can hearts of palm, 1 white finely chopped onion and tomato, 1/3 cup black sliced olives, 1/2 cup cider vinegar, 1/2 cup olive oil, salt and pepper to taste.
Mix together all ingredients except hearts of palm. Refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours. Add hearts of palm to mixture, stir, and serve.
* McCann’s Irish Oatmeal:
The first step is to mix all ingredients the night before in a small crock-pot. Simply, grease the bottom inch or two of the Crock-Pot using non-stick cooking oil. Dump in 1/2 cup McCann’s Irish Oatmeal, 2 cups water, some dried fruits, nuts or berries, and a pinch of salt.
In the morning serve with sweetener, cinnamon, and milk, or soymilk. At the table add sliced almonds or a banana. There’s no better low carbohydrate breakfast than this.
* Whole Control Golden Barley Cereal:
This recipe is one of the best in low carbohydrate food lists because it is perfect for people with diabetes. It is really easy to make, tastes great, and is certainly healthy. You can serve both the barley cereal and the oatmeal with soymilk, sucralose, sliced almonds, and cinnamon. The beauty of the Whole Control barley cereal is that, like oatmeal, it addresses blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol level.
* Kippered Herring:
Herring is one of the delicious low carbohydrate foods with essential omega-3 fish oils. Simply fry some onions in oil and when browned, add a can of kippered herring. It’s that easy to make and is certainly a healthy diet for you.
* Sauerkraut Tacos:
Sauerkraut, with fewer than 2 grams of carbohydrates per a 100 gram portion is one of the favorite foods loved by each individual.
Heat about 1 cup in a skillet. While the sauerkraut is getting hot, microwave 2 or 3 Morningstar farms sausage patties for 1.5 minutes. Then, add the sausage to the heating sauerkraut, cutting each into 4 pieces. Then, microwave a corn tortilla for about 45 seconds on a couple of paper towels. Wrap half or one-third of the ingredients in the tortilla and eat while heating another tortilla.
There are a number of low carbohydrate food lists that anyone can include in their diet. Also, opting for a low carbohydrate diet has been proven effective for most people who wish to lose weight. I strongly recommend you to try my low carbohydrate food recipes for fast fat loss.
Source by Tony Leong