Low Carb Recipes:
After the holidays are over, millions of people will start cutting carbs to get back on track.
Even though carb depleting seems like it’s a pretty simple process (just cut out all sugars and starches), if you’re not careful, you’ll lose muscle and suppress your metabolic rate.
But when you go “low carb” the right way, you can preserve muscle tissue and create a healthy internal environment that keeps the metabolic rate cranking – while you burn a ton of fat.
Here’s the problem.
It’s very easy to consume “hidden” carbs, which raises insulin too high and takes your body out of a fat burning environment.
The key to maximizing the fat burning process is to keep usable carbs for each meal under 10 grams during your low carb phases.
To accomplish this goal, make sure you avoid low carb or no-carb diet foods.
Most of the time these fake foods contain sugar alcohols, which will directly or indirectly impact blood glucose and insulin.
The whole point of using low carb recipes is to keep blood glucose and insulin as low as possible.
Consuming these low carb quick fixes just defeats the whole purpose of your plan altogether.
I won’t even get into the chemicals they lace this crap with. It just makes things even worse.
Additionally, most nutrition bars have way more than 10 grams of usable carbs.
Next, make sure you avoid consuming too much dairy and milk.
There are a few exceptions to this rule, but store bought milk and dairy foods have too many hidden milk (or other) sugars to be considered low carb foods.
Plus, most of them are not a great source of protein or calcium, regardless of what you hear on advertisements.
Small amounts of healthy cottage cheese and non-flavored Greek yogurt are ok. But stay away from store bought milk and cheese when you go low carb or you’ll easily go over 10 grams.
Remember, nothing will replace the 3 low carb staples of animal proteins, cruciferous veggies, and small amounts of friendly fats.
But we all know the drill when it comes to making these low-carb recipes.
It’s very difficult to keep carbs low enough for fat-loss while making low carb recipes taste delicious.
So even though low carb diets can help you shed unwanted pounds quickly, most low carb recipes and foods will NOT keep your insulin low enough for fat-burning because they end up being over 10 grams.
But if you keep your carbs ULTRA low for short bursts, your body will mobilize fat faster and more efficiently.
And that’s why I’ll be experimenting with these new and unique low carb recipes over the next few weeks:
==> Low Carb Recipes
Each and every one is under 10 grams of “usable” carbs…
…all for one dirt cheap price:
Your friend and coach,