Low-Carb Vegan Meal Plan

Are you interested in going vegan but afraid that too many carbs will lead to wait gain? Fear not. With a little planning and guidance you can follow a vegan diet with adequate protein and a healthy (but not too high) level of carbs.

A low-carb vegan meal plan is designed to be lower in carbs (around 100 to 125 grams per day) and to distribute carbs throughout the day making it ideal for those following a diabetes-friendly plan. While not as low as very-low-carb diets (Keto, Atkins), which recommend you stay below 100 grams of carbs per day, each day is fueled by healthy whole foods, including moderate amounts of complex carbs (like whole-grain muesli, sweet potatoes and berries). By focusing on daily protein and fiber totals ringing in at 50 grams and 30 grams per day, you will feel satisfied while cutting carbs and calories.

Interested in creating a custom plan for the new vegan you? Contact a nutritionist Karen Kruza, Registered Dietitian for details?

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