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Six readily available foods you can eat on a low-carb diet

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It’s common knowledge that eating a diet with too much carbohydrate will lead to weight gain. With the New Year here, getting fitter and losing a little bit of weight are common resolutions. One of the ways to get to your goal weight is by eating healthier. Reducing carbs is not only great for weight loss but eating healthier carb-alternatives can help prevent certain health conditions.

Below are some low-carb foods that are full of nutrients and bonus, they are readily available at your local mama mboga.

1. Eggs

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Eggs are a quick source of protein and carbs. They help keep you feeling full for longer meaning less snacking in between meals.

2. Avocados

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If you’re an avid avocado eater, you’re in luck. Avocados are high in healthy fats that help reduce bad cholesterol. These fats also help in reducing the fat in your tummy. They also have less carbs making them a healthier option if you want to lower your carb intake.

3. Peanuts

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Apart from being a source of less carbs, peanuts also contain a vitamin B compound which helps keep you digestive health metabolism and nerve health in tip top shape. Grab a packet to snack on or add some to your salads.

4. Zucchini

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Zucchinis contain water which is important to keep you hydrated and ensuring you feel fuller for longer. They also contain vitamin C which is great for additional nutrients.

5. Eggplants

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Eggplants are also known as aubergines and they not only have less carbs but they also contain nutrients which help keep your brain cells from oxidising. This keeps your brain in tip top shape.

6. Tomatoes

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For a low-carb alternative, eat more tomatoes. They also contain fibre for better digestion and vitamin A which is great for healthier skin and as immune booster.

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