I'm having a look at the low carb high fat way of eating, just out of interest really. I've done every diet going and am now trying to make better choices rather than "do a diet" which I hope will provide sustainable weight loss. Anyhow I'm looking at the low carb high fat to see if this would be a good life style way of eating for me to adopt.
In all honesty the recipes look like things I would never cook and, if I did, probably only the once as they have ingredients I am not familiar with like "psyllium seed husk" what on earth is that and where would you get it? Ok so it is an American website so they talk about "Rutabaga Fries" which translated means swede or turnip which are perfectly manageable when you know what they are.
What I was wondering was if anyone on here would provide a sample menu that is realistic to do, please, for someone who works full time and has a family to feed who don't have weight problems. Simple things that could be done in limited time.
There is one breakfast I thought looked good - Full Fat yogurt with nut muesli and some blueberries but the lunches and dinners look like a bit of a faff and for the lunches not easily transportable to a desk (no access to microwave - just a kettle and a fridge).
Last question - could you do a form of the LCHF diet whereby you limit your carbs, select full fat over lite versions rather than go the whole hog with the pysllium seed husk etc.
So for example - B/fast: All Bran for breakfast, milk, a Fruit. Lunch: Chicken Salad. Dinner: Protein and veg. Snacks: nuts, full fat yogurt.
Many thanks and Happy Friday!