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For when you’re short on time for meal prep, these supermarket snacks each give you a decent serve of protein, but without all the chemically ingredients you often find in ‘high protein’ snacks. Don’t worry, tinned tuna not included. By in-house Nutritionist Melissa Fine.   Chia Co Cacao Dark Chia Pod A great grab-and-go option,… View Article
Do you have work meetings in cafes or restaurants? Or find yourself eating out a fair bit through your week?  Or just prefer someone else to do the cooking 😀  YAY! If you get to choose where you are going, certain cuisines are more low carb friendly than others. I usually go for Pub meals (switch… View Article
Coconut Cream is such a great ingredient for all baking and cooking, especially for Low Carb Living. It’s such a beautiful creamy taste that works well in curries, cakes and desserts. My love for coconut cream inspired me to look closer at some of the common supermarket brands and try to find the best low… View Article
You really can’t beat a stir-fry for a fast and easy dinner and use a Teriyaki Stir Fry Sauce is one of my favourites. Grab all the veggies you have in your fridge, some chicken, beef or Tofu and off you go! To keep your stir-fry Low Carb always use mainly green veggies. MOST Teriyaki… View Article
Nothing beats a good BBQ – nice meat, a few drinks and some beautiful salads. When it comes to Sausages however you have to be really careful. Many are packed with fillers that really increase the carb content and are no good for you at all. If you are following a Gluten Free diet you… View Article
There’s nothing better than a big juicy hamburger with lettuce, tomato, onion, bacon, eggs, cheese, pineapple, bbq sauce…… Oh I could go on forever! Or how about some beautiful low carb burger patties with a plate of tasty salads at a BBQ. You need to be so careful if you’re buying shop bought patties as… View Article
Low Carb Greek Yoghurt is great as a snack or can be used to make healthier versions of creamy dressings. Including this in your diet is a great way to maintain the health of your digestive system and keep all those good bacteria alive. This helps avoid bloating and keeps your tummy feeling nice and… View Article
Typically on a Low Carb Diet, you expect that Noodles & Pasta are off limits…. But how good is a chicken stir-fry over noodles??? I’ve done some research and come up with this list of the best Low Carb Noodles, that are totally acceptable on a Low Carb Diet. The veggie options are a little… View Article
Anna grew up on soy milk, as when she was younger she had an allergy to dairy. Even though she can tolerate dairy now, she still prefers the taste of soy milk. While there is a lot of information on the internet about soy not being good for you, it may be the non-dairy alternative… View Article
Who doesn’t LOVE a good Caesar Salad??? It would have to be one of my favourite meals – with Grilled Chicken and Croutons made from Our Low Carb Bread! As long as you choose the right brand of dressing (or make your own with no sugar) then the humble Caesar Salad is a totally #lowcarb… View Article
Nothing beats a good Indian curry, especially as the months get cooler. I don’t tend to go out for it much anymore, as i find it quite hard to resist the naan and rice while trying to eat Low Carb. I tend to make it at home now and I use the jar sauces, mostly… View Article
Who doesn’t love chocolate??? Whether you are using in baking, or simply enjoying a little treat after dinner – to me Dark Chocolate really hits the spot. Check out our list of the Best Low Carb Dark Chocolate options in your supermarket. I also love breaking up a few pieces adding some dry roasted almonds and making… View Article