Take note that I know that some of the foods aren’t 100% carb-free – however I consider under 1g net carbs per serving to be close to a zero. If these types of foods don’t match your diet plan, make sure you forget about this rundown. Also, you should always check out nutrient info labels before purchasing.
Every one of these foods don’t really contain starches, apart from those in the vegetables which contain somewhere around 0 and 1g net carb per serving. For meat and fish, the key is to go for natural unprocessed foods. When it will become processed (ham, bacon, jerky, burgers) there is a higher chance that they have some carbs!
Take a look at the following 43 zero carb diet foods and six tips for eating zero carb:
43 ZERO CARB DIET FOODS AND SIX TIPS FOR EATING ZERO CARB
- Organ meats
- Pork rinds (an exception to the processed rule!)
- Most types of cheese
- Heavy cream
- Corn oil
- Olive oil
- Sunflower oil
- Coconut oil
- Peanut oil
- Avocado oil
- Sesame oil
Vegetables (between 0 and 1g net carb per serving):
- Fresh herbs
- Leafy greens (lettuce, arugula, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, turnip greens, etc.)
- Chicory family (endive, radicchio)
- Alfalfa sprouts
- Vinegar (except balsamic)
- Mustard (avoid honey mustard)
- Full fat mayonnaise
- Hot sauce
- Herbal tea
- Tea (without milk or sugar)
- Diet soda
- Coffee (without milk or sugar)
- Drink mix powders
SIX TIPS FOR EATING ZERO CARB DIET FOODS
1) Eat animal products. Meat, eggs, and dairy. No carbs.
2) Stay full. Eat meat/eggs/dairy until you are full and you won’t have cravings to eat different things.
3) Eat enough fat. Fat will keep you full and you will have energy.
4) Avoid every single sweet taste. It will be the fastest approach to execute the longings that you may have for desserts.
5) Drink water when you’re thirsty. Unsweetened tea, Seltzer, and sugar-free coffee work for a lot of zero-carbers. Everyone needs to know what works best for them. Tap (regular) water will work for everybody, without fail. Simply drink water when you feel thirsty and stop when you’re not.
6) No reason to check calories. Eat when you’re hungry. Quit eating when you’re not.
What’s more, in case you just want to diminish (not wipe out) the sugar and carbs in your eating routine, that is great as well! Any bit of sugar that you can keep out of your eating regimen is a win! However, eating a zero-carb eating routine is the speediest approach to wipe out your sugar-longings, give you the energy that you need, and help you to get in shape.