Using Low Carb Menu Planner to Gain Insight

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 Read more about Using Low Carb Menu Planner to Gain Insight[…]

Another Way to Follow My Low Carb Cafe

  Many people (many people!) find success on very strict ketogenic/low carb diets which restrict some or all of the following: -grams of (net) carbohydrates -types of food -grams of protein -grams of fat We designed My Low Carb Café to control the amount and types of carbohydrates eaten during weight loss and into weight Read more about Another Way to Follow My Low Carb Cafe[…]

Acceptable Sugars on a Low Carb Diet

Quiz time: which of the below are acceptable sugars for you to eat on a low carb diet? Barley Malt Grape Sugar Barbados Sugar Galactose Evaporated Cane Juice Honey Brown Sugar Icing Sugar Buttered Syrup Invert Sugar Cane Juice Malt or Malt Syrup Cane Sugar Maltodextrin Caramel Fruit Juice Concentrate Corn Syrup Mannitol Corn Syrup Read more about Acceptable Sugars on a Low Carb Diet[…]