Low carb diet. I’m going to show you “14 High Carb Foods and Drinks” that you should try to AVOID if you’re on a low carb nutrition let’s get going Hey carb dodgers! My name is Dr. Dan Maggs, I’m here every Tuesday with new videos about how to successfully live a low carb lifestyle. I’d charity it if you’d expressed support for my canal. Merely affected the subscribe button down below this video and affected the buzzer to get notified whenever I release a new video every Tuesday.
In my experience of helping people become successful low-carb dieters I discovered a theme of common mistakes that parties impel when starting out. Whenever someone is having a problem on a low-carb diet it’s usually one of the following foods that after digging through what they’ve been eating is generally one of the problems. So stick around to the end of the video to be informed about all the carbs that you need to dodge so that you can be successful on your low-carb journey. So the’ first group’ to avoid is of course the patently, sugary menus and sucks.
Now I’m including these here principally for completeness its not to insult anyone’s intelligence precisely bear with me I’m gonna rush through this one as fast as possible. So I’m talking about things like sugar sweets donuts, cakes, jelly, cookies& jams. Adding sugar into your food or beverages nonsense where you’re undoubtedly eating sugar and the same vanishes for beverages such as sugar honied liquors, soda, sports drinks and intensity drinks. Remember the average can of soda has over nine teaspoons of sugar in it. Now these are all pretty obvious sources of refined carbohydrates but it’s the obscured regions that carbohydrate seems to get into that catch most people out. Added sugar is hiding in three-quarters of packaged nutrients. The next few things are some places where people often get caught out. Sauces and condiments … now some sauces are pretty obviously sweet, for example ketchup, barbeque, teriyaki and hoisin sauce so you’re gonna pretty easily spot these and you might think a list but is okay but these sources can be seriously loaded with sugar and taste scan also be deceiving because even though if they’re not obviously sweet this doesn’t always mean that they’re carbohydrate free. Thankfully many of the hot sauces are very low in sugar but beware of sriracha where carbohydrate is 2nd listed ingredient. Commercially planned roots are often laden with sugar to boost the flavor i”ve been thinking about” things like tomato sauce and bolognese sauces. Number three is salad dressings.
Now salads are a classic healthy food and for good reason and they’re great for low-toned carb and ketoge nicdiets but be aware of what can go into ready-prepared salad dressings that you buy from the supermarket are particularly careful of glazes. By the nature, it’s really easy to meet your own salad dressings exactly mixture three parts of olive oil with one part vinegar and you’ve got a basic vinaigrette with no obscured carbohydrates. Be specially aware of salad dressings that are differentiated as low fat, as they often contain lots of sugar. In fact, let’s spawn low fat produces in general, number four. So fatty equals spice and when solid is removed from meat that are supposed to contain solid then they generally smack dreadful. The meat manufacturers often get around this by adding sugars to supersede the missing flavor meaning that nutrients that are being sold as diet or low fat or healthy are in fact full of carbohydrate and there are low-fat versions of lots of foods. I’ve already mentioned low-fat salad dressings but in particular be aware of low fat yogurts. I’d always give these presumably healthful options a swerve and go for the full overweight natural copies.
So one of the issues to I get asked a lot is, “how do I know if I’m eating conceal carbohydrates? ” I’m sure most people would recognize that glucose and fructose of sugars if they speak them on a meat label and sucrose is certainly the chemical name for table sugar. Many of you will also recognize high fructose corn syrup as being a sugar like essence and you’d also be right to be questionable of other chemical sounding epithets such as dextran, dextrose, maltodextrin, Socceroos and mannose which are all sugars but they’re even more tricky than this and they use names such as cane juice quartz’s, corn syrup solids, corn sweetener, carob syrup. These are all just some of the figures that can be used for sugar in menus and there are lots more. So, how do you know if you’re eating a concealed carbohydrate? Well for the most part you don’t!
So, how are you able eschew secreted sugars? Well the easiest way to avoid hidden carbohydrates is to eat real meat and buy real menu I mean menu that isn’t processed. If it hasn’t got an ingredients register then it’s not being processed and it hasn’t got any of these obscured nasties in it. Let’s move on to number 5, natural carbohydrates. Now, we’re talking about things like honey I yielded nectar, raw cane sugar and coconut sugar and this is a common one that I hear when people say … “I made if it was natural then it was okay” … well yes it maybe a naturally occurring sugar but it’s still very high in carbohydrates and should be avoided which wreaks us onto the controversial topic that is fruits. Now, fruit are often labeled as healthful but fruits can have a wide variety of carbohydrate materials.
For instance, the average banana has the equivalent of nearly 6 spoons of carbohydrate whereas the same size portion of watermelon contains less than 2 spoon fulls but compare that to the same sized parcel of strawberries which has less than half a spoonful of carbohydrate in it. So when it comes to cutting the carbs we can’t exactly mound all outcomes together and say they’re their low carb you have to learn a bit more about the different carb contents of different fruits. In particular, I exactly urge you to be aware of the more tropical result such as bananas, mangoes, pineapples that kind of thing. Be specially aware also of dried fruit such as sultanas, raisins, apricots and years.
These can be a really effective sugar delivery system. The lack of ocean material in these entails it’s easier to deplete a good deal of carbohydrates really really fast and fruit juices should also be avoided on a low-carb diet. In a same channel to dehydrated fruit, fruit juices in return smoothies too allow you to consume large amounts of fruit very rapidly. This 200 milliliters of apple liquor which is less than a cup contains the same amount of sugar as a can of soda. Number seven grains& cereals. This is of course a well-known area to avoid on low-grade carb diets butt here are still a few misstep that I commonly see in this area and by grain sand cereals, I’m talking about things like wheat, maize, rice, oats, barley etcth things that are used to produce things like doughs, pasta and breakfast cereals. These all contain a good deal of starch and starch is just long branched chains of glucose molecules all doing together and these series break down into glucose eventually so starch is just another form of carbohydrate. The most common mistake I see in this area is that beings cut out the white breads and pastas and the plainly high-pitched carb breakfast cereals but will instead choose the apparently healthier whole-grain alternatives envisioning their lower carb.
Let’s take food for example, this slice of light bread has the equivalent of 3.7 spoons of sugar whereas this slice of whole-grain bread has the equivalent of 3 spoons of sugar it’s less definitely but two big slice of this whole-grain bread is still the equivalent of 6spoons of carbohydrate and the same croaks for apparently healthier breakfast options such as muesli, porridge or oatmeal. So even if they appear to be or are marketed to be healthier options all grains and cereals actually should be avoided on a low-carb diet. Before I move on to the next division, I simply want to mention something that is a grain but many of us been thinking about” as part of vegetables and that’s sweet corn the clue is in the genuinely. Sweet corn their normal 80 gram fraction will give you the equivalent of 4 teaspoons of sugar which is 20 goes the amount you’d get from eating the same amount of broccoli. Number eight is gluten-free products.
This is kind of related to the last one but by avoiding particles most people who are living a low-carb lifestyle are naturally gluten-free, but I’ve seen plenty of people get a little confused gluten-free produces naturally assuming that they are low-carb. So merely be kept in mind that gluten-free doesn’t consequently equal low carb. In fact, many of these products are actually quite high in carbs. Number nine it’s a big one starchy vegetables. So people often know to avoid potatoes on a low carbohydrate nutrition. The average hundred and fifty gram dishing of potatoes has the equivalent of nine teaspoons of carbohydrate. Other starchy vegetables to avoid would include sweet potatoes and parsnips which have same carbohydrate materials to potatoes but also cassava or yucca which has about doubled the carb content of potatoes. Number ten is legumes. Legumes are a family of flowers that are made up of beans, lentils and peas and whilst these are a great source of protein and the carbohydrates from these are absorbed fairly gradually by the body if you’re really trimming back the carbs then most of the legumes need to be off the shopping list. There are quantities within this group so I’m not going to go through all of them but the ones that frequently catch people out are chickpeas and chickpeas are very high in carbohydrates compared to garden peas which are much lower in carbohydrates and can be eaten in moderation and all but the most restrictive of low carb foods.
Number eleven is the pseudo grains well pseudo specks include things like quinoa, buckwheat and mad rice which technically isn’t actually a rice at all. Now I must be considered these in the same way that I do legumes they’re a lot better and more nutritious than specks and cereals but there’s still fairly high-pitched in carbs and should be avoided. Number twelve is cashew nuts. Cashews nuts are an exception within the nut family which are really pretty low-spirited in carbohydrates cashew nuts have three to five times the carbohydrate content that most other nuts and this can be especially problematic as they’re really easy to consume in huge quantities especially if they’re salted. Number thirteen is milk. Milk contains lactose which is of course a sugar and lactose is rapidly converted into glucose in the body and therefore should be considered high-pitched carb. Remember the lattes, cappuccinos and other drinks that are prepared principally with milk should be avoided. If you’re booze a small splash of milk in two or three coffees a epoch then you should be fine but if you’re using like laden’s of milk in seven or eight cups a date then you’re probably eating a fair sum of carbs merely from the milk itself and I emphatically recommend going full fat milk rather than any of the reduced fat trash you need far less of it to do the same chore and I just think it savor lane better and last but not least and quite obsessingly in at count fourteen, its brew! Now, any alcohol is always going to slow down or stall weight loss on a diet but there are definitely some alcohols that are higher in carbohydrates than others a particular note is brew which quite rightly has the nickname of liquid toast and of course there’s hundreds of different firebrands of brew that all have varying amount of carbs within them and you can by all means find low-spirited carb brews but they all taste pretty awful.
So that’s it that is my top 14 roster of meat and cups to avoid when you’re on a low carb nutrition. Now it’s gonna sound like you pretty much can’t eat anything but I assure you that really isn’t the case and if you want to find out some more information on what you can actually eat then check out the recipes over at carbdodging.com and while you’re there you can check out my free challenge which we run on a regular basis which is going to take you through everything you need to know in order to be successful on your own low-carb journey. I truly appreciate you all for watching if you’ve enjoyed this video then being given it a thumbs up If you’ve been caught out by any of the things that I’ve listed in this video then please let me know in the comments down below or fell me specific comments if you think I’ve missed anything so that I can add it into a future video. Thanks for watching I’ll see you in the next video ….