by Aglaee Jacob
Canned fish is an affordable source of low-carb protein.
Include eggs in your daily high-protein, low-carb plan. Eggs are inexpensive, yet high in protein, with about 6 grams of protein per large egg, yet free of carbohydrates. You can add variety to your meal plan by varying your cooking method: make fried eggs, scrambled eggs, hard-boiled eggs or an omelet. Add any low-carb, non-starchy vegetables that are on sale that week, such as spinach, tomatoes, avocado, Swiss chard or bell peppers. Coconut oil is a good fat to use to cook your eggs and vegetables because its medium-chain triglycerides contribute to a
faster metabolism. Buy large containers to save.
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