Green: veggies with less than 2.5 g carbs - you can eat in larger portions. Yellow: between 2.5 g and 5 g carbs - OK, but eat in moderation. Red: more than 5 g carbs - be careful. It's quite easy to eat 100 g or more when eating vegetables so keep it to small amounts.
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What Fresh Produce is in Season? from AgriCultured. Shopping for produce when it's in season means you can find the freshest fruits and vegetables, often at a lower cost. Get the list of what's in season!
Wondering which fruits and/or vegetables you should peel or de-seed before putting them in your NutriBullet? Worry no more - this chart is here to help! With a long list of various fruits and vegetabl...
Here's a collection of 36 super bowls (more like power bowls) to get you pumped and energized for game day. Whether you're looking for a roasted root vegetable buddha bowl, a breakfast smoothie bowl, or a fajita quinoa bowl, this list has you covered. Whatever your goal, cheers to eating healthier, greener, or more colorful!
Low carb diet for diabetes List of Complex Carbs that can be Eaten Everyday “A great list of Complex Carbs. Info for those with Diabetes or Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).” Consider grain-free as a healthier option. link Fact or Fiction: 5 Low-Carb Myths “1. Myth: Low-Carb Diets Eliminate Fruits & Vegetables 2. Myth: Low-Carb Diets …
Keto Shopping List - with full carb counts for every food! This infographic shows some great low carb foods from the categories of dairy, fish, shellfish and other seafood, fruits, meats, nuts, oils, poultry, seeds, snacks, sauces, and vegetables! The amount of net carbs is also provided. Everything you need for keto or LCHF shopping! This infographic is based on the article at http://nutritionadvance.com/keto-shopping-list
Foods with low carbs "Get organized before you shop with this printable low carb grocery list. It’s incredibly simple: choose any item on the low carb food list and you’re safe. http://startlowcarb.com"
Low Carb Shopping List: a list of all the great low carb foods that are great choices for a low carb diet. The foods on this list are suitable for both lchf and keto, and most of them are fine for paleo diets too. The infographic covers dairy, meat, nuts, fruit, vegetables, seafood, oils and fats, eggs, and more.
Buttered sprouts with chestnuts & bacon - quartered the recipe for xmas lunch. Shredded the sprouts (the kids prefer them that way). Nice but I think it could have done with some garlic and a higher proportion of bacon and nuts