In this article you will learn:
- What does a Professor of public health eat on an average day?
- How do low-carb practitioners explain low-carb to their patients?
- Low-carb FAQ for you (or your patients).
- What meals could you include in an average day?
- Low-carb and keto health coach nutrition training.
What Does A Low-Carb Day Look Like?
So I bet you're wondering what do all the low-carb and keto experts actually eat? Well as you will see, they eat pretty standard and simple meals following low-carb nutrition principles.
Low-carb and keto nutrition doesn't need to be complicated, doesn't need to be expensive, and doesn't need to be fancy.
In fact, the simpler the meals and the simpler the ingredients, the better.
Read more: How Much Does Low-Carb Cost?
Are You A Low-Carb Practitioner?
You may be wondering how do you explain low-carb or keto nutrition to your patients in a 7-minute consultation?
I encourage you to watch Dr. Glen Davies has been having phenomenal success with his community, teaching them why low-carb is so advantageous, how to start low-carb and how to encourage them to start.
To help explain low-carb FAST, please download the FAQ & diet sheet. It is the perfect patient information leaflet to hand out to your patients.
If you are new here, I suggest you read the low-carb keto diet FAQ and download your FREE diet sheet with easy meals and snacks for beginners.
What Meals Could Be Included In A Low-Carb Day?
The easier and simpler your meal, the more sustainable low-carb and keto lifestyle is.
LOW-CARB BREAKFAST IDEAS
Professor Grant Schofield starts his day with eggs. Eggs are always my go-to breakfast. They are a super quick, affordable, and high-protein meal.
Grain-free granola and leftovers are also other quick and easy options. Serve with unsweetened natural yoghurt and some low-sugar berries.
LOW-CARB LUNCH IDEAS
Lunch is easy. Save leftovers from the night before, throw in a handful of salad greens, a boiled egg (or three), or some additional cheese or mayo, and you're done. It's a great way to use up all the bits and pieces in your fridge - and stop food waste.
Some easy recipes for when there is "nothing in the cupboard" (as my kids say) are chaffles. They are an absolute lifesaver for packing lunch boxes and afternoon snacks.
- How to boil eggs in the Instant Pot + VIDEO
- Chaffle 4 ways + VIDEO
- How to make healthy lunchboxes + VIDEO
LOW-CARB DINNER IDEAS
Dinner can be a simple quality protein and some non-starchy vegetables. Don't forget to throw in lots of healthy fat.
- Cook a whole chicken in the slow cooker + VIDEO
- Keto pulled pork + VIDEO
- Keto chicken curry with cauliflower rice
LOW-CARB SNACK IDEAS
The longer you live low-carb or keto, the less you will require snacks. For now, you might enjoy these.
Low-carb and keto Health Coach nutrition training
If you are a practitioner and have recently discovered the health benefits and advantages of low-carb nutrition, you may wish to look at the Health Coach course and advanced nutrition courses on offer by Prekure.
Where the science and practice of low-carb and ketogenic nutrition come together.