10 Low Carb Recipes That Won’t Mess With Your Weight Loss Goals

So, you’re on a wellness journey, you have put yourself on a supportive meal plan and have been sticking to your goals. Perhaps you’ve healed your digestive issues, lost unhealthy weight, cleared up your skin, you’re sleeping like a baby again, and have less joint pain. That is worth celebrating!!!

As a Holistic Nutritionist who works with clients on health transformations just like yours, I know how scary it can be to introduce new foods back into your plan that you aren’t quite sure of. Will they make you gain the weight back? Will your aches and pains return? Will you have to start over again?

The answer is simple…it’s okay to challenge your metabolism by introducing new foods. A system I recommend putting in place is to use a food journal and track your symptoms and to help you plan for success. Keep a list of low glycemic foods and slowly implement one at a time while you watch for reactions in your body. It’s also important to keep your meals balanced with healthy fat, lean protein and fibre. This way, you will prevent the big blood sugar spikes that eventually lead to weight gain. So, yes! Try new things, expand on your menu, and just listen to your body.

Here are 10 recipes from around the web that are beautifully balanced with the macros you need to nourish your body, and keep metabolism fired up without the added sugar that can throw everything off.

1. Eggplant Lasagna Rolls by Eating Well

2. Vegan Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Soup by Rabbit and Wolves

3. Cauliflower Puree with Chickpeas by Love and Lemons

4. Cheese Taco Shells by Britt & Co

5. Zucchini Noodle Spaghetti Bolognese by Downshifology

6. Cream Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms by the Modern Proper

7. Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers by Cookie & Kate

8. Zucchini Cheese Roulades by Taste of Home

9. 10 Minute Portobella Pizza by Cafe Delites

10. Spinach and Goat Cheese Quiche with Sweet Potato Crust by Ambitious Kitchen


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