• Healthy Halloween Treats
  • 100 Days Of Real Food
  • Chilli Chocolate Salami
  • Cauliflower Rice
  • Slow Cooker Malaysian Beef Curry

Healthy Halloween Treats

Healthy Halloween Treats | ditchthecarbs.com

 Healthy Halloween Treats The average US trick or treater takes home 600g of sugar, the equivalent to 3 cups!!! Americans alone, spend $2.08 billion dollars on Halloween candy. Many have asked for healthy alternatives to candy on Halloween. Now we’re not saying don’t have fun, just don’t overload your children (and others) with excessive bags of… 

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100 days of real food | ditchthecarbs.com

100 Days Of Real Food

100 Days Of Real Food One of the most popular websites in America for encouraging families to eat real food and get into the kitchen is “100 Days Of Real Food”. It gets 4 million page views a month and has 1.5 million Facebook followers.  100 Days Of Real Food is an idea Lisa Leake had when she… 

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Chilli Chocolate Salami | ditchthecarbs.com

Chilli Chocolate Salami

Sugar Free Chilli Chocolate Salami I was sent some products from Natvia to test and review, so I thought I would come up with a pretty unique recipe. I have seen chocolate salami before but it has been made with refined sugar, dried fruit and therefore incredibly high in carbs. It would make your blood sugars go through… 

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Cauliflower Rice | ditchthecarbs.com

Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower Rice If you have been eating low carb for a while, you will have heard of cauliflower rice. What is so wrong with rice I hear you say? Rice is incredibly high in carbs and doesn’t contain that much nutrition. See the comparison below showing Cauliflower Rice being far superior. It is incredibly low… 

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Slow Cooker Malaysian Beef Curry | ditchthecarbs.com

Slow Cooker Malaysian Beef Curry

Slow Cooker Malaysian Beef Curry I love using the slow cooker. Put it on in the morning, and it is ready for you when you get home. It is also a really great way to economise by buying the cheaper cuts of meat, making extra and saving the leftovers for lunch the next day or… 

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How To Eat Healthy And Save Money | ditchthecarbs.com

How To Eat Healthy And Save Money

How to eat healthy and save money. Click on the infographic above for the printable PDF. We all want to eat healthy and save money, but how? So many people say they can’t eat healthy because it’s too expensive, I hope to dispel that myth and show you in the long run it is the… 

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Easy Egg Salad | ditchthecarbs.com

Easy Egg Salad

 Easy Egg Salad This easy egg salad isn’t fancy, there are no difficult to find ingredients. You can make it all in one dish and serve it as a side salad for barbecues, take to work or school for lunch, or is great just by itself for a high protein snack. You don’t need expensive… 

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Handmade Chocolates | ditchthecarbs.com

Handmade Chocolates

Handmade Chocolates When there is an occasion which requires giving chocolates, my children love making their own. You can choose the best quality dark chocolate, with a high % cacao, and you can add your choice of filling. So no more picking out the Turkish Delight, or fighting over the last peppermint. It doesn’t take… 

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Low Carb Hacks | ditchthecarbs.com

Low Carb Hacks

Low Carb Hacks – how to make healthy low carb swaps I’m sure you will have some great suggestions for even more low carb hacks (swaps). We would love you to add them at the end of the post.   Low Carb Hacks – Meals Soda, fruit juice, energy drinks, flavoured milks – The choice is simple. Never… 

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Grain Free KFC | ditchthecarbs.com

Grain Free KFC

Grain Free KFC My children have nick named KFC “Kids Fattening Club” and my daughter has made it her life long ambition to never try KFC. Well now she doesn’t have to. The last time I had KFC was about 7 years ago, and even then, we had been living in the UK for 13 years,… 

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10 Best Foods To Eat | ditchthecarbs.com

10 Worst & 10 Best Foods To Eat

10 Worst & 10 Best Foods To Eat  10 Worst Foods To Eat  Sodas, soft drinks – these have absolutely ZERO nutrition. 1 can of coke contains 10 spoons of sugar! Think about that. Would you sit and eat 10 cubes of sugar? Would you give that to your children to eat? All these sugary… 

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