Free low carb diet foods list

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Avatar f tn Unfortunately, it would be really difficult to do that, what with everyone having different restrictions (low sodium, low carb, low sugar, sugar free, lactose intolerance, gluten free, etc.), allergies, taste preferences, cooking skills, and the like. Perhaps visiting with a nutritionist would benefit you, so your diet can be personally tailored to you and your needs. I'm sorry we can't be of more service.
Avatar n tn Believe me - as a Type 1 I had the same questions about a Diabetic Diet and for the most part - Food Exchanges just confused me because they overly complicated something simple. Type 1 or Type 2 or Type 1.5 - we all have the same meal planning problem. Unfortunately - there is no "list" of safe foods. You have to make your own. BUT - it's not so hard. The trick is to look at Nutritional Labels on food products. 99% of everything has it.
Avatar f tn I'm just surprised that after giving up a diet packed with simple carbs and processed foods for a diet that I perceived to be almost carb free, that my sugar would go up. Another explanation could be that it is in my brother has had diabetes for the past 20 years, my maternal grandmother had it, and my fraternal twin has an A1c that hovers around 6.1. Thanks again...I'm looking forward to learning more when I receive the meter.
500923 tn?1210172527 Low carb diet - no bread - pasta - flour - limit whole grains - no sugar natural or artificial. Brown sugar Ok once in a while. Limit fruits high in sugar! Alcohol is sugar too. Limit milk products Maintain a high green veggie diet with lean "good" protein meats - hormone free! Nuts are good and yogart - I know it has milk - but it has many other supporting factors. It a tough change but you will adjust well and won't crave the other stuff after a while.
Avatar n tn Go low-carb for a while. You're avoiding extra sugar which is great, but most carbs break down into sugar, so a lower carb diet really helps control blood sugar. The other two big things are portion control and fiber. Start looking at nutrional labels and being mindful of how *much* of any food item you are eating. High fiber diet is great for everyone, especially diabetics and those of us with problems controlling cholesterol.
Avatar f tn Grains aren't any good for you, but that's just my opinion. I follow a low carb diet and you couldn't pay me enough to eat grains. There's nothing health-promoting about grains. All complex carbs are broken down in your body the same way as refined carbs and simple sugars. So it's all the same to your body.
Avatar n tn pigged out Sat and Sun and started a 750 cal diet on Monday when I received a 2nd shot. I have been hungry and ate foods off my diet. I am a little discouraged and not sure what to do. I am supposed to get three 250 iu shots a week and it will cost $50.00 per week. They also had a doctor do blood work and gave me an ekg, which I paid 60.00 for. I need to lose 60 lbs, ugh....
Avatar n tn snacks such as string cheese, hot dogs (without the bun), sugar free jello, low carb light yogurt (light n' lively has only 10 grams per serving), etc. are a good place to start. There are also plenty of low-carb cookbooks which feature simple, easy to make snacks. Check out the above websites though for more information. Good luck and take care!
Avatar f tn Face numbness to difficulty breathing. Paleo/low carb diet, with resistance training keeps me 90% symptom free (face numbness and other minor symptoms will still be present). Anything that reduces stress and keeps systematic inflammation down will help. I cannot over stress how important overall health and fitness is to a condition such as this. Most importantly, be honest with yourself, are you taking care of yourself outside of targeting individual symptoms.
Avatar f tn Much more effective diet followed by many with diabetes and also minimizes insulin requirement is low carb. Some say as low as 35 g/day. Others allow up to 60 g, others up to 100g. Depends on how well your blood sugars are controlled. Essentially such a diet allows unlimited green and non-starchy vegetables as the main source of carbs. Some carbs can also come from dairy such as cheese and nuts.
Avatar n tn I need to lose some weight but just want to make sure I am being healthy through this. There is so much controversy over low-fat verses low-carb etc. Since tx started I have been trying to eat low-fat. Any suggestions on what you have been told or type of diet you follow? Do you think eating lots of meat such as Atkins is harmful to your liver? Thanks you in advance. PS. I did shot #3 last night and am feeling pretty good, just the wonderful headache, backache and weak feeling.
Avatar n tn All who wrote about sugar, artificial ingredients, salt, preservatives and chemicals being a trigger--its the same for me. I am on a very restricted diet (low carb and no sugar--boring!) and it helps tremendously with palpitations as well as skipped beats.
1132574 tn?1271676066 I was on a no-yeast, no-sugar, low-carb diet for about 8 months recently. The first few days are hard, but after that, it was no problem. I try to stay away from prepared foods because so many of them have ingredients I am trying to avoid. Therefore I cook fresh food whenever possible. Breakfast is an egg, with vegetables sauteed in extra virgin olive oil (onion, zucchini, spinach, garlic).
Avatar f tn I am sorry to say having crohn's myself that every research I have done there isn't a diet for crohn's. However, My Dr. says the gluetin free diet works pretty well for crohn's. Sorry I can't be of more help. I've recently started the diet myself so I have no input on whether it works or not. I'll let you know how it works for me in about two weeks. The Dr says it takes about that much time before you notice a difference.
Avatar f tn There are no scientific studies that show going gluten, dairy, sugar free, low carb, etc will lower your antibody count... While the antibodies may cause some inflammation/swelling of the thyroid, your main symptoms are actually the result of hypothyroidism, caused by reduced thyroid function, not from the antibodies themselves.
Avatar f tn I have had hypothyroidism for many years and was just diagnosed by Dr Arem with Hashimoto's disease. He put me on a Gluten - free, diary free, sugar free and fruit free diet. He said that this will reduce the inflammation in my body. I have been on this about 1 week and it is really hard but I am determined to succeed! I am also on compounded T3 and synthroid. Vitamin D was down and I am taking that too. Besides the weight gain, my hair is falling out!
Avatar f tn What ***** about this, though, is that I have been eating a low carb diet. That should help this issue. What I would like to know how a person can have Hirsutism as bad as I do and still test within the "normal" of TSH. Protocol says that doctors never deviate from this and test the other thyroid tests if the TSH is "normal". They simply won't do the other tests. I can't pay out-of-pocket for these tests myself.
Avatar n tn Firstly I agree Weight Watchers has some very good programs (my mum had great sucess with them) - After reading your post I just wanted to say somestuff about low carb diets (including low carb/high protein diets). Short term a low carb diet will help you lose weight mostly in the form of water - but in the long term your body can suffer irreversible damage. No joke.
Avatar n tn Hi! Is anyone starting the HCG diet on Black Friday? I will be doing it 4 weeks thanksgiving to christmas? Do you want to start a support group?
1356964 tn?1302091035 This is good for their bladder health. Dry foods can lead to obesity in animals, which then can lead to Diabetes due to the high carb amounts in food. "but dry food cleans my cat's better than wet food"..False, Studies have shown there is NO difference between dry/wet diet for animals dental health.Cats generally do not "chew" their food like humans do..They usually crunch once or twice and swallow.
158939 tn?1274918797 If you are diabetic (or pre-diabetic, depending on the doctor) and really stick to a low-carb diet, just what in the heck can you still eat while you are on the RAI diet?? My lean meats, cheeses, low-carb yogurt are all on the "NO" list for RAI. I know I won't be venturing into any restaurants or fast-food places but I'm a little lost on what to stock up on. I can't even have tea and I'm supposed to be on the RAI diet for three weeks!
362249 tn?1441318618 here's a list of atkins diet food i know its more low carb stuff but it does give the list of processed meats and the chocolate to avoid.
Avatar f tn I too am on the hcg diet shots as well as b12 shots. My doctor put me on a low glycemic diet instead of the 500 calorie diet. In 4 days I have lost 4 lbs! That is good enough for me!! My diet is still similar to yours but I have oatmeal for breakfast in the mornings. I am drinking 3-4 quarts of water a day.
Avatar f tn I learned a lot about how the body works when fasting or on a VLCD (very low Calorie Diet). The center I'm referring to only takes patients with Medical conditions to correct. I was defintely one of those, severe case of RA (Rhuematoid Arthritis), but I also lost 16 lbs. Lost 19 lbs while fasting but gained 3 back during the re-feeding process (something they require before releasing you). AS long as you have 'extra fat cells', you are not 'starving'.
798555 tn?1292791151 However, again anything in the quite wide normal range won't really say much. Diet wise, I've found that a very low carb diet helps tremendously. I now eat a diet of about 50 - 70 g of carb/day carefully spread out. My sugars have normalised on this. but I'll be high if I eat eve 1/2 cup of rice. PM me if you want some more resources.
Avatar f tn and I do/have experience(d) a laundry list of symptoms. Face numbness to difficulty breathing. Paleo/low carb diet, with resistance training keeps me 90% symptom free (face numbness and other minor symptoms will still be present). Anything that reduces stress and keeps systematic inflammation down will help. I cannot over stress how important overall health and fitness is to a condition such as this.
Avatar m tn My total T was about 39, 3 weeks ago, and the free was really low and SHBG 185, which is really high. When I was doing 6mg T, my total T was 194 but the free% lower than optimum, and SHBG 158 , and no libido, no nothing. Is important to keep SHBG on the low side and get the free % higher. Hope to accomplish that with nettle root powder. My post may not seem very hopeful, but there is progress since I started the whole process. I'm so fed up with the thyroid mess.
988694 tn?1332363079 I went to the GI and did endoscopy and I don't have celiac I went to the nutritionist one week ago and she said I need to add more carbs to my diet, since I was not eating much and also protein (and read meat since I don't eat them), because that is why I was losing my hair. She also asked me to try a gluten free diet for three weeks to see how I feel.