This menu would be good for most low carb diets beyond an ultra-low carb phase. It has 45 grams effective carbohydrate and 27 grams of fiber.
The roots of this dish are Eastern European; there are variations of stuffed cabbage all over that region. This version has the same flavors and ingredients of stuffed cabbage, but is much easier! It can be made low fat by using very lean ground meat.
This menu is a little lower in calories than most of the menus. If you get hungry, add an extra roast beef wrap at lunch, more oil in preparing the eggs or dinner greens, etc.
Usually the meat in Chicken Marsala is pounded flat’ it helps cook more quickly. You can sprinkle a bit of flour over the meat if you like, it will help in browning
This is one of those soups that people tend to love. It is colorful from the vegetables, so it is a great source of antioxidants and other nutrients. Makes a great snack or starter for lunch or dinner.
This menu can be followed if you are on the Liver Shrinking Diet or very low carbohydrate diet. Calories can be vary by adding and subtracting protein and fat, or, if your particular carbohydrate needs vary from this. Menus has all essential vitamins and minerals except for calcium and Vitamin D.
This spinach dish is a delicious combination of flavors, and it's easy to prepare. Serve this as a side dish to just about any main dish meat, poultry, or seafood.
I’ve had requests for menus that don’t require cooking. You don’t need to go near a stove or even a microwave for this one, and you can even have a “drive-through lunch”. Of course, that means it’s a cold menu – good for when you’re on the run.
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This low carb menu is perfect for people on the Liver Shrinking diet or a very low carbohydrate diet. This menu contains 30 grams effective carbohydrate, plus 25 grams fiber, 113 grams protein, and 1650 calories.
This is a good menu for people on the Liver Shrinking Diet or a very low carbohydrate diet. This menu contains Total 35 grams effective carbohydrate plus 23 grams fiber. Menu contains 98 grams of protein and about 1500 calories depending on salad dressing and extra fat used in cooking eggs.
Walnuts and a touch of cinnamon dress up your everyday tuna salad.
Patients with a Body mass index (BMI) of 45 or greater, or are at special risk due to a previous health condition, are prescribed a special diet 7 to 14 days prior to their scheduled surgery. A special diet (LSD) followed for a length of time prior to surgery, has been very effective in shrinking and firming the liver. This diet reduces the risk of potential bleeding and complications during your surgery. If you have been prescribed this special diet, it is important that you follow the instructions for the diet to improve your surgical outcome. Please Note: This diet is not recommended to all patients undergoing Lap-Band surgery, and should only be followed if prescribed to you personally by Dr. Kuri or his staff.
This is the first of seven low carb menus designed for patients scheduled for surgery and prescribed The Liver Shrinking Diet.
Quick and Easy Low-Carb Snacks for Liver Shrinking Diet Satisfying the Munchies the Low-Carb Way It’s important to have access to nutritious low-carb snack food so that if you get hungry between meals you won’t reach for crackers and chips.
Here is a list of some of the possible code words for “sugar” which may appear on a food label.
Use this helpful list to keep track the carbohydrates in food you eat while on the Liver Shrinking Diet.
Any time we decide to make a major change in something as basic as what we eat, we can expect a bumpy ride. It’s important to know about some of the possible pitfalls ahead of time. That way, you will know what to do if you encounter these difficulties and you will understand the importance of giving your body some time to adjust to the diet. Note: The LSD is only prescribed to those patients that meet the criteria. Your Patient Facilitator will inform you if you are required to be on this special diet prior to surgery. If you have questions contact your assigned Patient Facilitator.