No Calorie, Carb, or Macro Counting
My Low Carb Cafe is designed specifically for a low carb lifestyle. Stop wasting your time tracking this and counting that. You’ll get a full, quick-to-prepare menu with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a snack each day.
Complete Meal Plan
Our simple low carb meal plan will kickstart your weight loss. Each day you will get a full simple menu with carb counts appropriate to whatever phase you are in. We’ve got alternative meals and even Swaps for ingredients in a meal to add variety.
Phased Approach to Weight Control
Our phased approach to low carbohydrate dieting helps you gradually add back healthy carbohydrates.
Discover Your Healthy Diet
Figuring out what to eat on a healthy low carb lifestyle in order to lose weight can be confusing. That’s why we created My Low Carb Cafe. We’ve done all the work for you: put together the meals, calculated the carbs, and even anticipated your food preferences.
I generally recommend you eat the highest quality food you can afford— organic, pastured, grass fed, wild, whole, and unprocessed. On a high fat low carb diet, it’s especially important to choose organic, pastured, free-range, and grass-fed animal products in order to ensure that the animal fat you eat is high quality. In[…]
If you are struggling with your weight and eating habits, your solution to “control yourself” might involve jumping from one restrictive diet to the next, looking for the perfect macronutrient calculation to tell you exactly how much to eat, or eliminating generally healthy “problem foods” like nuts from your diet. I suggest you stop[…]
Here is some general advice for what to buy when you go grocery shopping for Phase 1 of My Low Carb Café. You don’t need to buy all of these foods. You don’t need to force yourself to eat foods you don’t enjoy. Take some time to scroll through the weekly menu. See what’s[…]
How do you treat yourself: After you’ve overeaten or given in to a craving? When you find yourself once again falling into unproductive eating habits? After you’ve finished the entire container? When you know you’ve eaten well beyond your natural hunger? I’m going to guess that it is not with kindness or[…]
Eating is about nourishing the body when it’s hungry. It’s not about: “I’m bored, a snack sounds good.” “That was really good, I’ll have some more.” “I do not want to finish this project, I’ll have some nuts.” “This is overwhelming, I want peanut butter.” When we make food and eating about[…]
Being on a diet can be very consuming. When your time and focus are spent on calculating macros, thinking about what you should be eating that you aren’t or that you are eating but should not be, weighing and measuring and tracking every morsel that passes your lips, scheming all the ways you[…]
A huge component of being able to eat a healthy diet when you’re physically hungry and stop when you’re physically full is to eliminate processed foods and sugar as much as possible. Focus on consuming real, whole foods. I think that any remaining problems one has with food and overeating likely have little to[…]
If you struggle with overeating and aren’t reaching your weight loss goals on your low carb diet, here’s a tip: when you’re eating, eat. Put away your phone and turn off the tv. Don’t eat in front of the computer. Turn your attention to what you are eating and how you are eating it,[…]
I’ve observed many people use various formulas to calculate their “macros”— how many grams of protein, carbs, and fat to eat in order to lose weight. They use these numbers to guide, and restrict, their eating. Using external tools to reign in appetite doesn’t address the fundamental question as to why one is driven[…]