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Living Low Carb Diet           

How this diet works

It all boils down to a 10-step low-carb plan: Drink 8 to 12 cups water daily. Have protein at every meal. Eat whole foods, raw ones ideally. Avoid white foods such as sugar and processed flour. Eat fruit at breakfast. Choose fats wisely. Weigh yourself once a week or once a month. Be prepared for snacking. Eat dinner early. If you fall off the wagon, get right back on

Good Points   

There are no specific lists or amounts. Avoid everything white, such as sugar, potatoes, popcorn, flour and rice. Milk is limited since it's high-carb.

Bad Points   

Milk is limited since it's high-carb.  Tricky to eat out as with any other low-carb plan.  It's not easy, especially for strict vegans. McCullough admits she believes that vegetarianism isn't healthy  Could be pricey. Recipes call for primo ingredients like skate, Chilean sea bass, and arugula, as well as costly food brands. Delicious but hard on the pocketbook.

Duration
No information.

For more information about the Living Low-Carb: The Complete Guide to Long Term Low-Carb Dieting

 

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