At Diet Doctor, our goal is to make low carb simple for people everywhere, and include as many dietary preferences as possible.
While most of our recipes contain a combination of plant and animal foods, we understand there are all kinds of low-carb lovers, and some may choose to eat vegan for a variety of individual reasons.
That’s why we’re excited to announce our brand-new low-carb vegan guide. It explains, through evidence-based information, how to eat low-carb as a vegan, including:
The right amount of protein, carbs, and fat to eat
Meeting all your nutrient needs consistently
The best low-carb protein sources
Low-carb vegan alternatives, including recipe ingredients
How to dine out low-carb vegan style
We created this guide for vegans who might benefit from a low-carb approach. If you don’t want to eat vegan or choose to do so in a way other than what we present, we support your choice.
Read the guide: How to eat low carb as a vegan
We also have several delicious new vegan recipes and a brand-new vegan meal plan for Diet Doctor Plus members interested in veganism: Low-carb vegan meal plan.
Do you want to eat a low-carb diet for health reasons, but avoid all animal food products, too? Never fear, our vegan meal plan is here. With tasty and nutritious dishes from all around the globe, our satisfying and filling recipes show you can be vegan AND meet your low-carb health and weight loss goals.
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