10 Comments

  1. Michelle Blom

    Hi Julia,
    I love you website and recipes. I have just started with LCHF and am still finding out what to eat and gathering info,recipes etc . I wanted to sign up for your newsletter but the following message kept popping up: Please select at least one list to subscribe to. Don’t know which list I should select so thought I would just let you know. Can you let me know what lists there are? Thank you so much for all your great tips and recipes. Warm regards, Michelle

    1. Julia McPhee

      Hi Michelle

      You have subscribed. I post about once a fortnight. So glad you are enjoying the website and recipes. Plenty more to come, and of course you can follow mw on Facebook for the most up to date news, recipes tips etc.!! Julia McPhee Low Carb Living

      Julia

  2. Kate

    Hello Julia, I was directed here by my sister who was excited to find your website. We are both very inspired by what you offer here. Thank you for your imaginative recipes and helpful information. I’ve been trying to stick with LCHF and have strayed now and then but know it is the way to go. Somehow I think I will be more on track with the variety of deliciousness you offer here. Thank you. I look forward to receiving your newsletter. 🙂 Kate

    1. Julia McPhee

      Hi Kate
      So glad you are enjoying my website. I try to keep my recipes simple, using ingredients that most people have in their pantry (or that are easy to access). Please don’t hesitate to email me with any questions around the LCHF way of eating or any of my recipes.
      Julia

  3. Kate Hattaway

    Hi Julia,

    I was wondering, should you be counting carbs etc with this way of eating or just learning to listen to your body?

    1. Julia McPhee

      Hi Kate

      I know that many people do count carbs/protein/fat. Personally I think that while it might beneficial in the early days, if this way of eating is to be a permanent lifestyle choice, counting nutrients is not necessary or sustainable. If you base your diet around primarily green leafy above ground vege (non starchy), moderate amounts of protein (meat and poultry, fat left on), and fats to help you feel full, you shouldn’t need to count carbs. Consider this as a very instinctive way of eating – eat when hungry and stop when you feel full. So yes, let your body tell you what and when to eat.

      Julia

  4. wrimax

    Hi Julia,
    Thank you for the best incite into Low Carb living and for the great recipes.
    I am happy to have found your website and I will share it around as so many people think LCHF means they drink the fat in their coffee then eat fat all day.
    Cheers Mx

  5. Lainey

    What can I say !!! Terrific, just doesn’t seem to cut it. I love everything about your website, especially the recipes. I am just starting this new way of eating and plan on sticking with it for the rest of my life. I am 51 and have type 2 diabetes, I need to get rid of about 30kg but most of all I need to change my life and in turn hopefully change my health. I have been on every diet available but I am still overweight and unhealthy. I have never tried lchf but it just seems to make sense and there seems to be a lot of information to back it up. So my journey starts here and now. I am excited but also fearful. I think the fear is from years of conditioning, thinking that fat will make you fat. I am scared to start, I am scared that I will put on heaps of weight before I lose any BUT I am determined, I need this and I believe this is the way. Thank you for this very informative website. Lainey

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