All bread and bread products (this includes whole grain options, rolls, pita bread – avoid ALL bread products!) – Traditional bread can be replaced with low carb options, but never fear, you can still enjoy a big bacon and egg breakfast – minus the soggy toast!!
Sugar in any form, including; plain sugar, castor sugar, maple syrup, golden syrup, honey, agave nectar, coconut sugar, rice syrup –Use Natvia or Stevia to sweeten your for in the early days, however you will very soon lose the need to for sweet treats.
Rolled oats and breakfast cereals – Enjoy bacon and eggs from breakfast and Just Nuts is an excellent alternative to your usual cereal.
Rice white and brown (this includes sushi, rice crackers, rice noodles) – Replace rice with Cauliflower Rice, a tasty and nutritious alternative
Beer, cider and liqueurs – Consider low carb beer, red or white wine, but try to reduce the quantity you drink. Perhaps try a better quality of wine but drink less of it
Cakes, biscuits, muffins, crackers (unless the recipes have been accessed from this website) – Try some of the tasty but healthy LCHF dessert, cake,sweet options
Potato chips, rice crackers, corn chips, pop corn and packaged snacks -Snack on almonds, cheese, sliced vegetables and make your own LCHF crackers. To know more why you should avoid chips, you can refer to articles such as are fritos bad for you.
Potato, taro, kumara, pumpkin and corn on the cob (or any corn). Note pumpkin is lower in carbs than other starchy vege so can be included occasionally – Avoid potato but pork belly and crackle is back on the menu and enjoy fatty cuts of meat that you have avoided previously