The low carb diet
focuses on limiting (or in some cases the eliminating) carbohydrates
from the foods you eat. This diet ranges from eating a variety of lean meats, fruits, and vegetables with a small amount of whole grains, to the extreme of eating only meat, nuts and dairy products.
The core theory of a low carb diet is to remove insulin spiking foods from the diet and replace them with foods that allow for a sustained release of energy. What are insulin spiking foods? White bread, refined sugar, and high starch vegetables like carrots, corn, peas and potatoes. Better choices are whole-grain breads and pastas, natural sweeteners (honey, maple syrup) and dark green vegetables. The low-carbohydrate diet is a good choice for diabetics.
MealMixer's Weight Loss Diet Planner
can help you by planning a variety of meals and snacks that fit into your personal carbohydrate count so you always have something on hand to eat.