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Low Carb and Wheat Belly

(6 Recipes) Created by QANGEL41

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almond flour hamburger bun

Submitted by EILISH99

Carbs: 5.7g | Fat: 43g | Fiber: 3g | Protein: 13.4g | Calories: 454.8
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from Dr. William Davis' Wheat Belly Blog

Submitted by EILISH99

Carbs: 4.2g | Fat: 6g | Fiber: 2.4g | Protein: 2.6g | Calories: 76.7
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This recipe is from Dr. William Davis' Wheat Belly Blog. The sweetener is added to taste, so the nutrition info will vary.

Submitted by EILISH99

Carbs: 5.1g | Fat: 9g | Fiber: 3.2g | Protein: 2.7g | Calories: 93.6
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Submitted by EILISH99

Carbs: 20.8g | Fat: 69.1g | Fiber: 15.2g | Protein: 14.2g | Calories: 695.8
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These chocolate chip cookies are like the kind you buy at the bakery: rich, moist, with that just-baked taste you can’t get in store bought cookies. They are a bit of an indulgence, however, since they are rich in sugar-containing chocolate chips. Try to use the darkest chocolate chips you can find to reduce sugar exposure. Using Hershey’s Special Dark chocolate chips, each cookie will contain around 5 grams carbohydrate per cookie, which can add up after a couple or three cookies. By using the darkest chocolate chips you can find (or by making your own dark chocolate chunks by melting 85% or greater cocoa dark chocolate, melting and breaking into chunks), you can reduce carbohydrate exposure to around 2-3 grams per cookie. For ultra low-carb chocolate chunks, use 100% cocoa, some butter, coconut oil, or cocoa butter, and a non-aqueous sweetener like Truvia, melted in a double-boiler setup. I’ll bet that these cookies will even pass the taste test of an 8-year old!

Submitted by DCSTECKLE

Carbs: 16.8g | Fat: 14.1g | Fiber: 1.1g | Protein: 5g | Calories: 200.8
Very Good 4.3/5
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Submitted by CARANA

Carbs: 34.3g | Fat: 10.7g | Fiber: 5.6g | Protein: 13.7g | Calories: 285.9
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