If you’ve been on a low-carb diet for some time now, or are considering starting one, you are on the right path to improving your health in many ways! Limiting carbs can help promote weight loss, control blood sugar, and can help you think about the quality of food you are putting in your body.
In general, this means you are consuming between 20 and 100 grams of carbs a day, primarily from vegetables, some fruits, and a limited amount of whole grains.
The key to being successful in a low-carb diet is consistency, no matter where you find yourself.
The only downside to a low carb diet is that eating out can be a drag. Even though you’re loving the results you’re seeing on the scale, in the mirror, and in your overall health, it can be discouraging to feel like you need to sacrifice going out to restaurants in order to keep seeing results.
The truth is, going out to eat is a huge part of our social lives and giving that up for the sake of our diet is not a long term solution to living a happy, healthy life.
However, when most menu items are breaded, come with starchy sides or come in sub or sandwich form, you can dread the thought of meeting up to eat out, no matter where you go.
You’re usually prepared to make one of two choices – either you will end off picking apart most things on your plate, or you’ll decide to forget about your low-carb diet today. Neither of them has you feeling too good about it afterward. So how do you get the best of both worlds?
Most restaurants, even fast food restaurants, have low-carb options on their menu. The key to eating out while low carb is simply knowing exactly what your options are at any kind of restaurant!
Luckily for you, that’s where DietMenus comes in. Our mission is to make it easier for you to find low carb meals at your favorite restaurants.
We do this by analyzing the menus of the most popular restaurants and removing all of the menu items that aren’t low carb, leaving only the things you can actually eat.
With our low carb restaurant menus, you no longer have to depend on clueless waiters or spend twenty minutes studying the menu to figure out what you can and can’t eat.
All you need to do is check our website before or while at the restaurant to see what options fit your low-carb lifestyle.
Below you will find a general guide to eating low carb at different types of restaurant, sorted by cuisine. These are general tips on what kinds of dishes are safe to order, things to avoid and easy substitutions you can make. To see the low carb menu for any specific restaurant just click on its logo.