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Low Carb Dinner recipes
Last Updated : Mar 19,2018
Low Carb Indian Dinner Recipes
It is best to cut down on carbohydrates at night, so you will find these low carb Indian dinner recipes to be very useful. We make use of low-carb veggies, cooked in exciting ways ranging from subzis and stir-fries to soups.
What combinations of Indian low carb foods for dinner?
We have simplified this for you. First of all find an Indian bread to start your meal with. That would be Jowar based so try our jowar roti recipe. Pair that Jowar Roti with a raita such as Palak Raita and some good Indian paneer vegetable like Broccoli Aur Paneer ki Subzi and a protein rich dal like Moong Dal Sultani
Low Carb Drinks for Dinner
Drinks for a dinner can be the simple Chaas or a cup of herbal tea without sugar. Avoid the usage of sugar as that is high in carbs and has no calorie value. What sugar does it actually cause an inflammation to your body and that is really not good for you. Try Tulsi Tea which is made from Tulsi or Basil and just has lemon juice added to it and is soothing at night. At all costs skip any aerated dink like Coke, Pepsi, Diet Coke as they are laden with sugar or artificial sweeteners which will push your insulin up and shut down your fat burning. So be sensible.
What Carbs to avoid at night
Our list of Indian low carb foods can be found at Low Carb Diet Recipes
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