Our food has three basic macronutrients protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Carbohydrates in our daily meals help us to gain energy. Natural sources of carbohydrates are grains, seeds, milk, fruits, vegetable, and nuts. A low-carb diet cuts the grams of carbohydrates from your daily meal. Restricting the intake amount of carbohydrates helps to manage weight and diabetes.
There is no specific definition of a low-carb diet but it can be described as a limited intake of carbohydrates up to 70 grams per day. Healthy low-carb diets will support weight loss and improve metabolism.
Low Carb Meals
A low carb diet helps to address different health issues but the degree of restriction should be supervised by some nutritionists to get maximum outcome.
Low-Carb Meals on the Go
Following are some of the low-carb meals which can be easily prepared in no time.
- Fried veggies and egg in coconut oils