Many people don’t know what a low-carbohydrate diet might look like and have questions about whether it can provide all the nutrients necessary for health. These pages show the various meals that can comprise a low-carbohydrate diet—keeping in mind that the diet can be implemented in many ways, from carnivore to omnivore to vegan. The fundamental point is to restrict carbohydrates, as measured either in percentage of calories or total grams. The menu plans outlined here present a range of options and can easily be adapted.
The Low-carb Action Network will continue adding low-carb meal plans periodically. If you have questions regarding meal plans or nutritional adequacy, please contact Jessica Wharton at firstname.lastname@example.org.