A low-carb diet can have many benefits, including weight loss, improved blood sugar control, and increased satiety. But what can and can't you eat on a low-carb diet? And what is low carbohydrate? On this page we discuss in detail which foods are low in carbohydrates and which you should avoid. From meat, fish, eggs, and dairy to veggies, nuts, and seeds, we've got practical advice to help you navigate the dos and don'ts of this diet.
Which fruit can you eat on a low-carbohydrate diet?
Although fruit contains natural sugars (and therefore carbohydrates), there are still many options that fit into a low-carb lifestyle. For example, berries such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries are relatively low in carbs, while still providing a wealth of vitamins and antioxidants.
What contains the most carbohydrates?
Foods high in carbohydrates include bread, pasta, rice, sugary snacks and drinks, and certain fruits and vegetables. We provide comprehensive lists and guidelines to help you identify these foods and find alternatives that fit into your low-carb diet.
But our mission goes beyond just providing information. We also want to inspire and motivate you to make positive lifestyle changes and make healthier choices. Whether you are aiming for weight loss, better health or simply a more balanced diet, we are here to support and guide you on your journey.