You might have heard people say, ‘Oh, it’s easy to go low carb, you can just eat meat all day long!’. Well, that’s great for them. But what happens if you’re vegetarian? Low carb and vegetarian diets don’t always get along too well together. But don’t panic.
Dreaming of a relaxing holiday in Rome? Aren’t we all! However, we don’t need to hop on a plane to enjoy the beautiful aromas and flavours of Italy. We can create our own Italian experience… at home!
If you’re partial to a Saturday night takeaway from your local Indian restaurant, you probably already know all about pakoras. They’re tasty, deep-fried fritters with a slight kick, and a hint of Indian spices
Thick slices of buttered bread. Chewy raisins in every mouthful. Creamy, velvety custard, with hints of warming cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s no wonder bread-and-butter pudding has been a staple in British cookbooks since the 1700s.
Carbohydrates aren’t the enemy. In fact, our bodies rely on energy-filled carbs to deliver essential fuel to keep us up and running. However, if you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, then you’ll know that carbs don’t quite have the same effect on your body as they do on other people’s.
American dishes are often larger than life, and that’s definitely true for the dirty burger. Looking for a way to make a lower carb version of this disgracefully tasty treat from across the pond? Read on…
When we hear the word ‘healthy’, the obvious association is ‘low calorie’. But it’s important to remember that there can be a very big difference between a ‘healthy diet’ and a ‘weight loss diet’.