Let’s start with breakfast
Since the post-war boom of the 1950s the traditional English breakfast fell out of favour as American food, in particular sugary cereals, landed in Britain.
Main meals: veggies, protein and healthy fat
The beauty of a low carb way of life is having the freedom to be flexible with meal timings to suit your schedule and appetite.
For this reason we have not used the terms ‘lunch and dinner’ . Instead it makes more sense to talk about ‘meals’ as these can be eaten at any time of the day depending on your needs and preferences.
Control that snack attack
Front of pack: ignore it!
Front of pack nutrition
Only on the back of pack will we find the information that is critical to our decision-making – primarily the total carbohydrates per 100g. As a general rule we want to purchase foods that are 10g total carbs (or less) per 100g.