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I never know what to call that week in between Christmas and New Years. Its like living in limbo for a few days. Left overs from Christmas are still hanging around, so we stretch out left over meats, toss out salads that have seen better days. ๐Ÿ˜‚ We’re also winding up for New years celebrations.๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿฅ‚… View Article
6 Tips to make Low Carb Cocktails Living Low Carb does not mean that we have to give up the fun stuff, especially during party season. Here are 6 tips to help create a Low Carb Cocktail.   โฃ๏ธ Pure Spirits have 0 carbs e.g Whisky, Gin, Brandy, Vodka, Tequila – just add/ or order… View Article
Hi everyone, Iโ€™m Brooke and am super excited to join Anna and the team at Low Carb Kitchen. I am looking forward to contributing and helping everyone enjoy the Low Carb lifestyle through our products and advice. Following suit I thought I would share a little about myself and my passion for food, design and… View Article
What is the difference between Carbohydrates and Sugar? Sugar is a type of carbohydrate. Carbohydrate is a macronutrient present in a vast range of foods. There are many different carbohydrates; the major types are outlined below. Sugars are considered simple carbohydrates; they include fructose found naturally in fruit and lactose in milk. There are also… View Article
Tis’ the Season for end of year catch up’s with friends, family, work Christmas parties and wrapping up the year that was. This is also the time of year where our healthy eating can sometimes get derailed by events and people. Here are some tips to help us get through Silly season, without compromising our… View Article
Updated Dec 2017 Not everyone enjoys flavoured mineral water, and prefer something a little closer to ‘soft drinks’ We chose not to include the standard “Diet” drinks (Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Diet Rite drinks etc) as we all know them. **Some of these include artificial sweeteners, we thought it is best to include ones with and… View Article
How does Sugar affect Weight Loss? When metabolised by humans, all sugars deliver 17 kilojoules of energy per gram of sugar absorbed. The body has an immediate need for glucose for its various metabolic functions. When humans are active, this energy need increases and when rested, the energy need decreases. If the amount of sugar… View Article
Ever since my teens, Iโ€™ve had a love hate relationship with food (Iโ€™m sure Iโ€™m not the only one). Love being the fact that I love baking and entertaining, and I also love the huge positive benefit the right healthy foods can have on our bodies, minds and overall wellbeing. I believe we are here… View Article
How does sugar affect our mood? Have you noticed that when we spy sugar-based foods such as ice cream, cake, chocolate and sweets that our mouths begin to produce saliva in anticipation of eating it? Have you heard people refer to themselves as โ€œemotional eatersโ€ – where they eat to lift their mood? Do you… View Article
Anna’s Low Carb Journey! About 8 years ago, I was working as a Personal Trainer, at the same time as I was running my own cafe in Darlinghurst, Sydney. Many of my PT clients started to talk about low carb diets โ€“ they had heard that this could help them achieve great results. I wrote… View Article