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35 Low Carb Dinners That Are Actually Delicious

Flavorful and low in carbs. Try them now!

1. Portabella and Halloumi “Burgers”

You might want to devour this piece by piece.

2. Mediterranean Chicken Lettuce Wrap Tacos

Crunchy lettuce wrap you can dip on any sauce.

3. Baked Turkey, Quinoa, and Zucchini Meatballs in Lettuce Wraps

Healthy, crunchy, and nutritious.

4. Savory Bacon Kale Frittata

A truly savory dish your friends and family will love!

5. Pizza Frittata

A pizza with a different kind of toppings!

6. Cauliflower Pizza

Cauliflower for toppings? Why not!

7. Spaghetti Squash with Bacon, Spinach & Goat Cheese

Instead of the regular pasta, this dish uses squash.

8. Vegetable Stir Fry

Stir-fried dishes never fail to amuse!

9. Turkey Zucchini Meatballs

Without lettuce, this still tastes good.

10. Zucchini Noodles with Heirloom Tomato Basil Sauce

Instead of your regular pasta, this uses zucchini.

11. Shakshuka

Low in carbs and high in protein.

12. Salmon BLT Stacks

Salmon recipe you should not miss.

13. Apple Chicken Salad

A chicken salad with apples and other colorful ingredients.

14. Chicken Cordon Bleu Meatloaf

High in protein and cheesylicious.

15. Single Skillet Chicken Thighs with Bacon, Brussels Sprouts & Easy Apple Jus

A very filling food that will leave you full for hours.

16. Chicken & Sugar Snap Peas

Crispy peas and chicken in one dish.

17. Cheesy Baked Spaghetti Squash and Spinach

Recipe here.

A very healthy dish for a busy week night.

18. Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers

Want more peppers? This dish is incredibly amazing.

19. Hard Cider Lamb Chops

Tender, juicy, and oh so yummy.

20. Crispy Peanut Tofu & Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry

A stir-fried recipe that adds crispiness to the tofus.

21. Bacon-Cheddar Cauliflower Chowder

Low-carb dish on cold weather.

22. Cauliflower “Cous Cous” with Leeks and Sundried Tomatoes

You can add other veggies for your toppings or ingredients.

23. Seared Scallops with Pancetta and Brussels Sprouts

Tasty scallops that will leave you craving for more.

24. Korean Steak Kabobs

The secret ingredient that makes this dish tasty is the sauce.

25. Vietnamese Cauli-Fried Rice

An easy to prepare dish.

26. Zucchini Shrimp Scampi

Instead of using pasta, which is carbo-loaded, this dish uses zucchini as a substitute.

27. Paleo Crock Pot Chili

Spicy dish in a bowl.

28. Unstuffed Peppers

Just mix them all in.

29. Strip Steak with Onion Sauce

This dish looks so inviting.

30. Caprese Avocado Salad

You may add as many avocados as you want. After all, avocados come with lots of health benefits.

31. Slow Cooker Barbacoa

Softness and tenderness combined.

32. Eggplant Pizza

Eggplants are veggies you can devour without getting fat.

33. Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Chicken with Roasted Leeks, Radishes & Carrots

Interesting ingredients in a plate.

34. Low Carb Cheese Crisp Nachos

Enjoy your nachos without the worry of gaining weight.

35. Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs

Foods in foods rule. Recipe here.via

A healthy and nutritious dish you should try at home.


11 De-Bloating Tricks Ranked By Effectiveness

Feeling bloated? I know how awful and discomforting that feels. So, here are 11 de-bloating tricks you can try to get your tummy back on track.

1. Avoid or reduce intake of gas-producing foods

2. Put away the salt shaker

3. Watch your fiber intake

4. Stop chewing gum.

5. Drink plenty of fluids

6. Avoid carbonated beverages

7. Gulp Green Tea

8. Apple Cider Vinegar

9. Eat potassium-rich foods.

10. Dandelion Tea

11. Consider taking a magnesium pill.

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10 Healthy Habits to Prevent Weight Gain at Work

Actually, it’s not that hard to get trim while on the job.

1. Drink Water All Day

Going for the soda can give you 715 calories throughout the whole week! Just stay hydrated with nature’s most useful beverage: water. Make sure you have your own bottle of water right by your desk!

2. Pass Up On The Candy Bowls

Never mind dismissing the fun. Just stick to your dietary plan and politely deny the candy bars.

3. Store Healthy Snacks In The Fridge

Do you feel you might be tempted by coworkers snacking on baked goodies? Go and stack fruits in the fridge just in case! Munch on these before you pick those fat-laden offers.

4. Sweat Out By Noontime

Do you find yourself idling around during noon breaks? Why don’t you use that precious time to go for a walk, a jog, or a cycling session? Take note, too, that physical exercise can actually activate your brain and make you better ready to face a few more work hours in the afternoon!

5. Avoid The Elevator

If you’re a little early, take the stairs instead of the elevator! Grab every opportunity to shake off those extra pounds.

6. Take A Huge Salad With You For Lunch

Save your health as well as your own pocket by bringing a homemade salad for lunch! You can have baked tofu, grilled chickpeas, and some greens to keep you in your best shape even in your workplace. Just vary your lunch box content every day so you won’t get discouraged or bored!

7. See Some Sunlight

During breaks, try to expose yourself to sunlight. It has a slimming effect!

8. Rise Above the Stressors

You may really avoid stressors, but you can at least rise above the stress. Breathe. Relax. You can make it!

9. Maintain A Minty Breath To Avoid Snacking

After a full, healthy meal, go ahead and brush up. The minty aftertaste will remind you that you were already done eating. Those chocolate candy offers should never have to tempt you too easily again!

10. Avoid Staying Up Late

Still burning the midnight oil as an employee? Better ditch the habit or you’ll gain weight! Go home early and sleep well for 8 hours.

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12 Carby Snacks That Will Actually Help You Lose Weight

Just when you thought cereal is an enemy, think again.

1. Avocados

A 50g serving of avocados has 80 calories, hence you can quickly incorporate them into a calorie-reduced eating plan.

2. Chickpeas

Lyssie Lakatos, R.D.: “Besides being crunchy, savory, and satisfying, chickpeas and other pulses, like beans, lentils, and dried peas, are packed with fiber-rich carbohydrates and protein.”

3. Kale

Kale has low energy density due to its low calories and high water content. In numerous studies, consuming plenty of low-energy foods has been shown to help weight loss.

4. Fruit Popsicle

Diana Cuy Castellanos, Ph.D., R.D.: “This snack is light, but it satisfies your sweet tooth without many calories or sugar.”

5. Granola-Berry Parfait

This sweet, crunchy, rich and creamy yogurt parfait is perfect. With homemade granola and three different berries, it is irresistible.

6. Green Bananas

Ilyse Schapiro, R.D.: “Green bananas are high in resistant starch, which is digested much slower than refined starches or sugars. It’s packed with that good starch before it begins to ripen and become sugary.”

7. Baked Potato with Broccoli and Cheese

Lyssie Lakatos, R.D.: “A 3.5-ounce potato is only 100 calories and is super satisfying—thanks to its water and fiber content.”

8. Cereals

Ilyse Schapiro, R.D.: “Cereal is filling and a great pre-workout snack if you’re going to the gym. A lot of people think of cereal as forbidden when it comes to weight loss, but you don’t need to deprive yourself.”

9. Butternut Squash

High in fiber and extremely nutritious.

10. Trail Mix

Lakatos Shames: “Pistachios are the skinny nut. You can have 30 of them for just 100 calories, and they’re a good source of fiber and protein to help that whole-grain cereal stick with you longer.”

11. Peanut Butter

Tasty and filling.

12. Popcorn

Ilyse Schapiro, R.D.: “Popcorn is high in fiber, which makes it an appetite-suppressing snack.”

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