This was originally posted on The Slow Carb Foodie. The content has been slightly modified from its original and appears here with permission. The author is Laura D. This is the furthest thing from gourmet, but it’s a very quick lunch that I’ll make when I don’t have much time. Start-to-finish, I can prep and […]
One of the most difficult challenges folks seem to run into while working out their slow-carb diet is coming up with things to eat. It seems that the things people go to always is eggs, spinach, and lentils for breakfast and some ground beef, beans, and broccoli for lunch and dinner.
But if more is what you’re after, but you’re still having trouble coming up with ideas, here are some photos of actual slow-carb meals I’ve prepared (or my wife has prepared) to give you inspiration.
You finally get a hold of your habits, you’re making good strides, you’ve finally been able to stick to the plan for the first time in a long time. And then someone invites you over for dinner, and it’s not on your “free” day. What do you do?
What if you could get rid of your sugar addiction? What if you could do it in less than a month?
You can. Read the post to find out more, and also find out how you can enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card!
It’s no secret that the food list Tim Ferriss has in The 4-Hour Body is not very long. The trouble with it is that you get all these “purists” (as I call them) thinking you can’t eat anything outside of that list, and as a result people get bored with the foods. I’ve put together a “matrix” of slow-carb foods that should help you put together around 12,000 unique meals for any occasion.