If you have researched and consulted experts and people on diets about low carb diets, you can now begin getting ready your low carb list of foods for the 1st 2 weeks. These are some foods that you can include in your list.
For meats and fish, you can pretty much eat just about anything, but confirm that it has nil carbs. Stay away from processed meats from beef delis because they generally have carbohydrates and also nitrates. But the point here is not excluding beef from your low carb diet.
Eat broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, eggplant, celery, brussel sprouts, cabbage, lettuce, radishes, spinach, cucumber, and many more. Eating sparsely is the key.
It’s okay to eat fruits, especially berries, but do not make them the middle of your diet. Most of them are sugary so it’s best to make them as occasional treats.
During the 1st 2 weeks, it is better to drink less milk. See how your body will react. If it’s okay, continue doing that. But if you like milk, you can try skim milk. Some dairy foods are okay as long as they are lower carb. You can check on packages or labels to understand if they have low carbs. To get protein, it’s also good to eat one egg or 2 a day, so add them to your low carb list of foods.
You can eat a few these. Rather than chewing on pretzels and cookies which are high in carbs, try these great treats and you may discover they are as delicious and enjoyable as your usual high carb snacks.
So as you can see, it should be quite straightforward to build your own low carb list of foods that you can eat on your diet. Once you have it, just be sure to stick to it and your diet should be a successful one.