You may already be familiar with the basic purpose of a low carbohydrate to minimize glucose storage to burn more fat. You should choose wisely the foods you put in your diet to avoid adverse effects and also to make the most effective results possible. Here are a few meals that most people have successfully traveled.
Typical breakfast menu
2 medium-sized low-fat or sugar-free ham or sausage
1 apple or papaya
1 medium omelet
1 cup of tea, juice or coffee
The breakfast menu has apple or papaya as a source of carbohydrates. The omelette and meat will deliver protein and the drink will help increase alertness for daily activities. People can feel free to add vitamins and other mineral supplements.
Typical lunch menu
8 grams of grilled chicken breast
1 bowl of salad with 2 tablespoons of dressing
1 glass of water or juice  The chicken breast delivers about 20 grams of protein for muscle maintenance. The salad bowl will help you keep going until your next meal or exercise. Keep in mind that the used dressing only contains two tablespoons to limit excess fat and calories. The chicken is grilled to keep it fat-free. It is recommended that you remove the skin before eating. Water keeps you hydrated while the juice can deliver more sugars for extra energy.
Typical dinner menu
8 grams of thin steak
1 clear soup
1 bowl of seafood salad with 2 tablespoons dressing  1 glass of water or red wine
The skinny steak offers another 20-25 grams needed protein. The seafood salad also has protein plus fibrous carbohydrates to keep you full all night. The clear soup and the water keep you hydrated. Red wine is also permitted and serves as an antioxidant and antihypertensive agent. You can take additional vitamin and mineral supplements after supper. In addition to the drinks indicated for each meal, you can add one or two glasses of water.
For snacks you can eat 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, a piece of low glycemic fruit such as apple or papaya or 2 slices of cottage cheese. Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily to stay hydrated and avoid hunger.
Larger people may need more calories, but they still need to check if they are using healthy and low-fat foods. Have a physiotherapist check your recommended amount of food so that you have an idea about your maximum calorie intake.