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Poor regime in carbohydrates | How to eat low-carb in the daily


How to follow a poor regime in carbohydrates?


You begin a regime cétogène and you find it difficult to find poor food in carbohydrates? Follow the guide to include food regimes in your feeding!

Food without carbohydrates

Smartness to achieve regime cétogène is to know which food does not contain carbohydrates. The lists which follow detail options without carbohydrates for every type of food.

All food others than the oil (which are fatty 100 %) contains traces of carbohydrates. Even the products of animal origin contain small quantities of carbohydrates.

For this reason, it was necessary that food without carbohydrates contains less than a carbohydrate by portion. It is also necessary to note that when you read a tag on a food, there are four aspects of the food which can be regrouped under the term of carbohydrates: the complete carbohydrates, the food fibres, complete sugars and added sugars.

Whom contacts this list?
To begin a regime cétogène it can be difficult - is almost as to learn a new language. When the biochemistry of your body depends on the maintaining of your contributions in carbohydrates under some level, even a person in the cétogène experienced light diet could benefit from this practical list of poor food in carbohydrates.

Grease and oils without carbohydrates

Grease and oils which you use for cooking is only true options without carbohydrates. This food is fantastic nutrition sources for your regime cétogène if their quality is in appointment.

Here are your options of grease and of oil healthy, food without carbohydrates:


While all oils and grease will be 100 % fatty and zero carbohydrates, all grease is not equal. Some oils use chemicals in their treatment, or the profile of fatty acids is not optimum.

Most vegetable oils, for example, are rich in fatty acids omegas 6, which can become inflammatory when they are used in excess. This grease can also inhibit the anti-inflammatory activity of other grease as omega 3.

For this reason, it is better to avoid oils rich in fatty acids omegas 6 as:

  • The soya oil
  • The corn oil
  • The oil of canola
  • The peanut oil

Another variable to be taken into account to include these oils into your hypoglucidique regime is the quality of existent grease animal products. When you search some lard, some butter and the ghee, try to concentrate on the biological varieties, 100 % fed in the grass or in the pasture. These products contain not only less hormones and antibiotics, but can also have a profile of the upper fatty acid

The meat

Almost all cool meats will raise the category without carbohydrates. The meat is mainly composed of proteins and fats and should be a basic food for your regime without carbohydrates.

It is important to stock up with meat of healthy animals fed in the grass, brought up in the pasture or wild. This norm is particularly important when you follow a regime cétogène because you use a lot of meat.

Here is a list of options of cool meat without carbohydrates:

  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Lamb
  • Duck
  • Turkey
  • Venison
  • Calf
  • Pork

The cool meat is fantastic, but sometimes you must blend it with options of transformed meat. This food is often precooked, what makes digestion easier.

Transformed meat

  • Sausages
  • Salami
  • Smoked meat
  • Edges of ham, turkey, chicken, roast

When you buy some meat, watch the following elements:

  • Quality
  • Additives
  • Hidden carbohydrates

In case of doubt, choose bio. Transformed meats can contain additives which help to extend their length of conservation. Nitrates are the main culprit, and most food firms who avoid them apparently make understand him with a tag «without nitrate».

With transformed meats, keep a eye on the sly carbohydrates. Many food firms add some sugar, spices and aromas which can augment the number of carbohydrates. To avoid the additional carbohydrates and to use poor food only in carbohydrates or food without carbohydrates, consult the sharing out of nutriments on the tag of food.

Fish

The fish constitute another food option rich in proteins. And fortunately, there is an abundance of fish without carbohydrates:

  • Salmon
  • Cod
  • Tuna
  • Swordfish
  • Mackerel
  • Sardine
  • Halibut
  • Haddock

Seafood with weak content of carbohydrates
There are some options of seafood which are poor in carbohydrates:

  • Shrimp
  • Lobster
  • Clams
  • St Jacques
  • Moulds
  • Oysters

The fish purchase can be delicate. That you buy the wild fish or animal husbandry, there are some things to be known.

First of all, be sure that the fish in preserve is introduced in a box without BPA. BPA (bisphénol A) is a chemical contained in the packing of food and drinks. They fear more and more that BPA that young ducks could seep through in your food, really giving you a dose of chemicals for which you did not ask.

Secondly, be aware of the quantity of big fish which you use. In the ocean, the big fish eats smaller fish, and the smallest fish eats seaweeds. The big fish bioaccumulent what all small fish ate, that is why the big fish has higher concentration of mercury and other potential toxins.

Considering the state of our oceans, it is difficult to say in what types of toxins fish can have a swim. As the big fish has tendency to eat the smallest, they have more chances of toxicity. It is also true for the increase of the content of mercury.

Drinks

The drinking water is crucial for a healthy body, but they sometimes want other drinks. Good news, there are many options of drinks keto:

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Naturally not sweetened flavoured sparkling water
  • Plain water flavoured naturally
  • Soda water
  • Soda without sugar

As kéto regime wins in popularity, there is more and more poor drinks in carbohydrates and without carbohydrates on the market. Try to include well where from come the aromas of these drinks.

For example, the Coca extract Light contains no carbohydrate, but its sweet taste comes from a chemical sweetening called aspartame. The aspartame was pointed out as cancerogenic potential and must be avoided during a regime cétogène.

Alternatives in the sugar

There is a handle of alternatives in the sugar which can be bloody stupidcommanded without danger with a regime cétogène and a poor regime in carbohydrates. The list of alternatives in the sugar comes from natural sources and should not have impact on your glycemia:

  • Extracted from stévia (is possible be found under liquid form or in drifts)
  • Érythritol (a sugar alcohol - more information below)
  • Sweetening Swerve (a mixture of stévia and of érythritol)

Polyols can be very good allies in your regime cétogène, but know what to search and how to use them. For example, the maltitol can cause digestive feelings of faintness and diarrheas.

As mentioned in the section of drinks, pay attention to artificial édulcorants as aspartame and sucralose. These two alternatives in the sugar can be found in many food without poor quality sugar and can draw important risks away for health

Food very low-carb

The food fibres create a category of food which can be considered as very weak in carbohydrates. It is food which contains a weak quantity of net carbohydrates.

Vegetables with very weak content of carbohydrates
Vegetables are mainly composed of carbohydrates. However, there are many vegetables with weak content of food high-fibre carbohydrates:

  • Broccoli
  • Celery
  • Spinach
  • Cress
  • Courgette
  • Rocket
  • Cauliflower
  • Pepper
  • Tomato
  • Cabbage
  • Bamboo shoots
  • Mushrooms
  • Overripe
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