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Low-Carb Eating at Lunch

1. Replace sandwiches made with white bread with an 'open' sandwich. Use 1 slice of whole wheat or whole grain bread and top with a little mayonnaise, slices of turkey or chicken breast, lean ham or roast beef, tuna or shrimp and slices of cucumber and tomato.

2. Replace hamburgers or chicken-burgers with a homemade or pure beef steak pattie or broiled chicken breast served with lettuce, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, onions, sliced peppers and topped with a little flaxseed or olive oil.

3. Introduce some new foods like a Greek Salad made with feta cheese, black olives, tomatoes and drizzle with olive oil. Or, a small whole wheat pita filled with hummus, olives, cherry tomatoes and cucumber.

Low Carb Lunch Recipe

Chicken and Avocado Salad (Carbs 8g)

1 cooked, skinless chicken breast
1/2 avocado, stoned and sliced
2 tsp mayonnaise
1 sliced tomato
1/2 Cucumber, thinly sliced
Shredded lettuce

Cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces and mix with the mayonnaise. Arrange lettuce on a plate and top with the cucumber, tomato chicken and avocado slices.

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Replace high carb snacks like chips, pretzels, candy and cookies with the following:

- Low-fat cheese
- Vegetables, like: cucumber, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers
- Nuts, like: almonds, brazils
- Seeds, like: pumpkin, sesame and sunflower
- Lean cold meats, like: chicken, turkey, beef
- Hard-cooked egg
- Fresh fruit, like: apples, kiwifruit and berries
- No-sugar-added yogurt

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