High Protein Low Carb diet Foods

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  1. Once you decide to start on a low carb diet, it is vital that you gather all the necessary information about the diet and which particular foods you will be required to consume. Knowing which low carb foods are suitable for will give ease in following your diet regimen.

     

     

    Obesity is a huge problem right now and you need a diet that will not leave worrying about being overweight. An example of such a diet is a high protein low carb diet that is healthy and will aid you in losing weight. The whole idea is to minimize your carbohydrate intake and mostly obtain your calories from proteins.

    Since the high protein low carb diet rather eliminates carbohydrates from your diet your blood sugar and insulin levels are also reduced. Your body will eventually get to a conditioned referred to as Ketosis. Weight loss will be achieved in the near future as your body will be breaking down less sugar. The other vital benefits include lowered blood tri-glyceride levels and consequently your blood cholesterol levels are considerably reduced.

    Now you need to identify the high protein foods that you need and how you will blend with a low carb diet.  One particular measure comes in handy, this the glycemic index of each food you select. This is the measure of how much a particular food raises that blood sugar. A list of the low glycemic foods will help a lot during your selection.

    Proteins will constitute a large part of your diet for instance meat and eggs. On the hand you will cut your consumption of foods full of sugars such as rice, potatoes and pasta. Take lots of poultry, red meat, fish, shellfish plus cheese.  Starchy vegetables, sugary products, refined carbohydrates, artificial flavorings and certain sugary fruits are highly discouraged. Here a few examples of low carb foods:


    100 grams of roast beef contains 28g of protein and no carbohydrates. The same amount roast chicken has 25g of proteins and no carbohydrates. The other meats generally have 24g of proteins and no carbohydrates. 100 gram of cheddar cheese has 25g of protein and 0.1g of carbs. Cold fillet has 21g of protein and zero carbs for every 100g. Lastly a glass of milk has 6.8g and 4.3g.

    Meat

    Meat has great benefits not only in terms high protein levels but also minerals like iron, calcium, zinc, phosphorous and vitamin B complex. Meats include beef, lamb, bacon, pork(tenderloin) Venison, elk and buffalo.

    Fowl and Eggs

    Eggs are wonderful for all low carb diets plus the following fowls: Chicken, turkey ostrich, goose, duck and emu.

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