Low carb (ketogenic) 0-50g carbohydrate per day
Typical low carb 50-90g (this is what Eddie and I do, typically around 50g per day)
Liberal low carb 90-130g
Moderate carb 130-170g
High carb 170g and more
For comparison, a regular Western diet can easily contain 250 grams of carbs or more in a day, most of them refined carbs, including sugar.
This change in diet may be a bit overwhelming at first, which is why it’s recommended to find low-carb substitutes for all of your favourite high-carb foods to make the transition easier. Fortunately, there are several low-carb oatmeal alternatives you can enjoy.
Introduction to Low Carb for beginners, find it here
Just Swap - Doesn't It Make Sense ? - find it here
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