My goal: Low Carb Vegan . . . HOW?

Hi - for medical reasons I need to be on a low carb diet, and since I've done that instead of vegan, I've lost 60 pounds and have 100 pounds to go. What I really want to do is continue being vegan, but how do I do that? I eat only 15 carbs per meal/snack and I feel great in my body, but in my mind/heart, I don't want to eat the animal products like dairy and fish. So my question is - where are the vegan low-carb recipes?

Regards,
Susan
Corona, CA

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Sassy Sez: Hi Susan! Congratulations on your fantastic weight loss story. That is awesome! :O)

As to your question about low-carb vegan, admittedly most of the foods that support a healthy vegan diet are composed of carbs. While you CAN do low-carb vegan using ingredients like veggie burgers, vegetarian meats and other protein-rich overly-processed convenience foods, they're not always the healthiest route to go.

But that doesn't mean you are out of luck. My recommendation would be to minimize those foods which are super carbohydrate-rich, such as whole grains. I am not saying to eliminate whole grains because they provide the energy we need, but simply eat less of them.

The Vegan Food Pyramid recommends 6-11 servings of whole grains per day, but there is some leeway there.

The higher end (11 servings) is for very active people or those trying to gain weight.

So I recommend you stay on the lower end of this (say, between 3 and 6 servings/day which is ideal for those who want to lose weight in a healthy and balanced way).

Plus whenever you eat whole grains, have them in their actual whole form (for instance, breakfast oats) instead of a more processed form, such as bread or pasta (yes, even if it's whole grain).

Please note, 1/2 cup cooked whole grains/cooked cereal/pasta equals a serving. 1 slice of bread is also a serving.

So you can see it is quite easy to reach 4 servings over the course of a day without overdoing it.

Just be sure to eat lots of vegetables, especially dark green leafies and green salads, and protein-rich beans and foods made of beans (such as hummus) so your diet is filled with the nutrition you need.

xo!


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low carb vegan
by: Anonymous

Hi, I have been following a low carb vegan diet for 2 1/2 months and have lost 18 lbs. an example of my low-carb diet consists of scrambled tofu or a soy or almond milk smoothie w/ 3/4c of frozen berries and hemp powder for breakfast, a dark green salad with beans/edamame or a vegan burger, no bread, for lunch and tempeh or tofu stirfry, tvp meatballs with shirataki noodles and vegetable for dinner. As snacks, I eat a piece of fruit or hummus and veggies and a piece of vegan dark chocolate.

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low carbs
by: Anonymous

I am certified in Diabetes. You need to be careful not to go too low on the carbs. You should have at least 120 gms per day. If you go lower your brain doesn't work as well and if they brain doesn't work well the rest of your body won't either. I have not meet anyone who could maintain < 120 grams of carbs a day for life. Most people lose a lot of weight but eventually gain it all back plus some. We usually recommend people eat 45 grams of carbs per meal and 15 grams per snack for women and to lose weight. A small piece of fruit is 15 grams to give you an idea. Everything has carbs except meat/fish/cheese/eggs which vegans don't eat. So veggies, fruit etc have carbs. Fruit has more than most veggies.

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Be careful...
by: Sassy

To the poster who has been on a low-carb vegan diet for 2 1/2 months...please do be careful. Just because something causes weight loss, it doesn't mean it is good for you. As the next poster added (thank you!), we NEED to eat some healthy whole grain carbs to keep things in balance.

I was once hired by a client who had been on a high-protein, low-carb vegan diet. She lost a LOT of weight and looked great. But didn't feel great! She hired me to work with her because she wanted more variety in her diet.

We found a happy medium together -- and she ditched the idea that she couldn't eat any whole grains. They are an important part of a well-balanced vegan diet.

Anyway, she DID gain some weight back intitially because her body was getting used to this new way of eating. But then her weight stabilized, and she started moving toward her natural weight. She looked good, and more importantly felt good too.

I'm not saying you have to overdo things, but eliminating all whole grain carbs is not (in my personal and professional opinion) a good idea.

With respect,
xo!

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Low carb vegan ideas
by: Cory Foulk

Hi. As a PhD I have found there is really no leveled, peer reviewed research that shows whole grains to be healthy as such. That idea is just more marketing from the food industry.

I am an ultra-distance athlete and long-time vegan, who became concerned when I read that vegans die on average 4 years sooner than omnivores. This is due to glycation, lack of L-carnosine and the high-triglycerides that come from that.

So I moved to become "healthy" b lowering my carbs significantly and supplementing tiny amounts [50mg daily] or L-carnosine.

I have had good luck bumping up spinach, kale; dropping beans and replacing them with more nuts - whole and ground. Eliminating grains and fruits. Beets are low net-carb, so are tomatos [one fruit you can have].

Vegans have no trouble getting enough fiber, which is really the whole grains claim to fame. My experience as an environmental scientist has lead me away from the husks of plants as that is where a lot of environmental toxins are - organic means nothing when the soil is not tested, nor the air or rain born pollution the plants are exposed to.

Dr. William Cory Foulk

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To eat whole grains or not? That is the question...
by: Sassy

Thanks, Dr. Foulk, for sharing your thoughts, advice and experience. I'm not sure how I feel about turning my back on beans and fruit and all whole grains.

But I have noticed over the years as I eat less whole grains than I used to, I feel better. But I can't go without ANY grains or my energy sinks like a stone. So things got confusing for a while there!    ;)

Nowadays, I reserve whole grains for earlier in the day when I need the energy the most and have the whole day to burn it off, and for dinner I simply have no whole grains and just focus on the rest of the amazing foods that comprise the vegan diet (veggies, beans, nuts, seeds). I find this works beautifully for me.

I do believe we each need to experiment to find what works best for us.

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Diabetes
by: Anonymous

I understand and respect the comments here. Please do keep in mind that many people who have to cut down carbs in their lives have diabetes. Some are more sensitive than others, the most sensitive will typically have to have their carbs under 50 grams per day to stay in remission. The alternative is drugs. There are a lot of people who can eat more and naturally. I used to be one of those, but in my middle age I had to make a choice. A low carb diet does work for people such as myself. I am currently working to make that also Vegan or at least vegetarian, both of which I have been in the past. The problem also is GMOs and other additives, hormones, etc. Tofu is wonderful but it has problems in this area. I am successful with eating eggs and cheese from more humanitarian sources than traditional...but I agree this is not good enough!

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Organic Tofu
by: Sassy

Hi there - Organic tofu is out there and readily available. Sometimes it might not say it on the label, but if you read the ingredients you'll notice the word "organic".

It's VERY important to buy organic tofu due to, as you mentioned, GMO's (genetically modified organisms). Ack!

I also recommend (if you have access to it) sprouted tofu which is far easier for the body to digest and make use of.

I'm sure you have done your homework, so I certainly do not mean any disrespect. I simply encourage everyone who has a challenge with Diabetes (especially Type 2) to read this article by Dr. John McDougall - it's a good starting point...

https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2004nl/040200pudiabetes.htm

xo!





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Hemp protein, Spirulina, superfoods, etc.
by: Anonymous

I have similar nutritional/ethical goals. I also have a thyroid issue that makes eating a lot of soy products (tofu/tempeh) a bad idea.
I'm going to try to go the route of :lots of greens, veggies, healthy fats, and try to use things like hemp protein, spirulina, and other super foods to fill in the protein gaps.
Good luck!

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Deleting...
by: Sassy

It sounds as if the Poster got mixed up by putting some high carb foods on this list. So I'm going to go ahead and delete the post so it doesn't confuse anybody out there.

Thanks and have a good day! :)
Sass

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Where is the science?
by: Anonymous

For those of you who say we "need carbs" and "just because you lose weight doesn't mean you are healthy".what scientific support are you relying on? Carbs turn to glucose and then your body burns glucose instead of fat. If there is unburned glucose, it gets stored as additional fat. Low carb diets cause you to burn fat, you lose weight, you ARE healthier and you feel great. It is as simple as that.

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Another wannabe vegan
by: Jane

I would also LOVE to be vegan but have gone back to eating flesh because of my weight. I hate it and try to eat the most humanely raised creatures possible... but yeah, still hate it.

I read the book The Big Fat Secret a few months ago and went on a very low carb, high fat, high flesh protein diet. I lost 15 lbs in 4 weeks and was reeeeeeeeeeally excited until I ended up in the ER with dehydration and ischemic collitis. Not fun!

I believe a grain free diet is healthy based on that and several other books I've read (Wheat Belly, Grain Brain, Against the Grain, Paleo books). I am currently following a moderate carb diet and am going to work on reducing animal foods as much as I can. Thanks for being here!

xo

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Gluten free vegan
by: Anonymous

I've been a vegetarian for more than 40 years, a vegan for 5 years as I became dairy intolerant and allergic to eggs. Three years ago my body turned gluten intolerant as well, so having lots of grains is a no go for me. I do eat brown rice occasionally.
I basically eat lots of salad, stir fry veggies, tofu, lots of nuts. Fruit smoothies and scrambled tofu in the morning is a great way to start my day. As far as the comment the one needs at least 120 carbs a day…… For me that doesn't work, I have to stay around 80 carbs, any more and I start gaining weight.
Once in a while it's ok, but not on a daily basis.
I'm 54 years old, 5'7" 120 lbs, never sick, and look years younger than I am. So it is totally possible to eat a healthy vegan and gluten free life!

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Low-Carb Diets and Coronary Blood Flow
by: Sassy

To the person who asked for "scientific support" -- I commend you. None of us should ever take anybody's word for anything. We should each be in charge of researching a topic that we question.

Like you, I rely on scientific research and that's how I form my opinions about much of what I speak about on my website and in my eBooks and eCourses. That, and a heck of a lot of personal experience -- I've been vegan since 1994 and feel pretty comfy with the topic these days.

You will likely find this video helpful -- it is the scientific proof you are asking for. NutritionFacts.org's mission is to decode scientific studies for us lay peeps.

Here is some of what the video states based on scientific studies...

"This is the best science to date demonstrating the threat of low carb diets not just measuring risk factors but actual blood flow in people's hearts on different diets."

And...

"...low carb diets were associated with a significantly higher risk for all-cause mortality in the long run."

Low Carb Diets and Coronary Blood Flow

Hope this helps shed some light on the topic of the long-term health effects of low-carb diets.


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Great Debate - carb balance
by: Mark Gottlieb

As a PhD epidemiologist, vegan, person with type-two diabetes (two decades), obese individual, and recent weight loss success (it is a continuing process); I think a lower carbohydrate vegan diet may be a desirable grail to seek.

I'm not a big fan of forcing the body into a ketotic state to accelerate fat loss, it puts a lot of strain on your physiology. But ketone metabolism is an under appreciated element in the metabolic reality of neurologic metabolic stability, weight management, and dietary lifestyle. I've pretty much replaced the olive oil I have used in cooking with virgin coconut oil - started cooking at slightly lower temperatures. But this isn't a panacea, doesn't assure weight management, and worries me just a bit re. long term lipid management and cardiovascular health.

The weight loss approach that has worked (about 70 pound weight loss) for me is a vegan calorie controlled - planned - under-eating regimen, eat ~1600 calories a day, burn around 2600, and lose about two pounds a week. The guidance I used for this was William Anderson's "The Anderson Method".

But it is generally easier for me to maximize low caloric density vegetables (alliums and crucifers) tempeh, beans, etc. (protein sources), and flax and chia as dietary mainstays. But low sugar rolled-oats - with high anti-oxidant fruit is my preferred breakfast. This doesn't totally eliminate cravings, but the lower calorie density, the use of great curry component spices (turmeric, ginger, garlic, cumin, etc.), and srirracha and Bragg's Aminos (and controlled amounts of molasses) when appropriate; help a lot with the subjective quality issues - to my pallet.

But maintaining balance, engagement, and commitment is a continual effort. Letting down my guard during a 10 day Christmas visit with my family has certainly made me realize that. I will be spending a month recovering. And then I still need to lose another 30 or so pounds over the next year - so I can hit age 65 at a trim (and strong) "overweight" on the BMI charts.

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Hmmmm...
by: Sassy

Hi Mark --

Congratulations on your weight loss. I had not heard of the Anderson Method so I looked it up. Not sure what this has to do with a low-carb vegan diet which is the topic at hand.

There are MANY ways to lose weight out there, and most of them work. And some of them work for the long term.

But our focus here is the vegan diet. And the vegan diet is quite simply a healthy way to not only lose weight but to move into a lifestyle of healthy and well-balanced eating that will support you for the rest of your life.

And it doesn't require finding a therapist to make it work, as the Anderson Method does.

Thanks, and wishing you all the best with your continued weight loss.

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Help with food diary
by: Anonymous

Hi anybody who has lost weight could you give me your 1 week food diary or meal plan please. It would really help me. I need to loose weight for medical reasonsand lot of it. Any help apperiated. My email ad is sammyufl(at)gmail(dot)com.
Thanks

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Gluten and soya free vegan
by: Esther

Hi I've found this forum as I am looking for advice and help on going vegan. I initially looked at it as I was diagnosed with endometriosis in December and diet has a big role to play in the managing of the condition. I've since been wrestling with the moral dilemma of animal production, the endo diet allows chicken and fish and white cheese but I want to be vegan so due to the diet ruling out gluten, sugar and soya (as its a phytoestrogen) it's quite hard to be a gluten soya sugar free vegan! After read the posts here I'm worried that this type of diet might not be achievable without causing other health issues. Any help or advice welcome

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Low Carbs For Pre-Diabetes
by: Bella Granfeld

I have Pre-Diabetes & have had to lower my carbs so that I wouldn't go on meds. Carbs are NOT a necessary nutrient, have never been. Bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, grains, sugar etc. are NOT necessary for health. My blood sugars are all normal after a year of <50 grams carbs/day/

Healthy fats & carbs in vegetables (beets, broccoli, cabbage, tomatoes etc) keep blood sugar stable.

High carb-low fat diets have been the downfall of the nation's health, which is why diabetes & heart disease run rampant. Even if you do not have blood sugar issues, you will if you don't REALLY watch your carbs.

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oh please
by: Anonymous

To Miss certified...I am on a low carb diet..only consume 20 grams a day..and my brain is functioning just fine thank you..I am a middle aged college student with a 4.0 GPA....You really need to "catch up" on the latest research...the brain works perfectly well operating off of ketones...I am diabetic..perfect health markers and an A1C of 4.9..(NORMAL)....thank you...and I certainly hope they require continuing education classes for diabetes educators...because ou are operating on outdated science..

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low carb saved me
by: marge

Diabetes no more on low carb and lost 50lbs but trying to include more vegetarian low carb, MUFAS and PUFAS and less meat and saturated fats. I feel horrible on more than 50 carbs per day. My BP is much improved, all kinds of energy, and my mentation is improved as well. The MUFAs and PUFAs I like to use are: EVOO, avocados and avocado oil, macadamia nut oil and some coconut oil. Grass fed butter in small amount. Use cauliflower rice instead of grain rice and shiritaki noodles. Did find some black soy pasta has a lot of fiber and protein. Have 2-3 grams of net carbs

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Carbs and Whole Grains
by: Cidalia

I think we need to be careful not to confuse our body's need for carbs with the need (or lack thereof) for grains of any kind.

Grains are nutritionally poor, and one would be better off getting one's carb needs, whatever they are, from plenty of plant matter in the form of vegetables including root vegetables (sweet potato, etc.), some legumes (as tolerated), and some low-sugar fruit. At least those are loaded with nutrients and more fiber than grains.

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Carbs
by: Anonymous

I am extremely sensitive to carbs and stick around 50GM per day in order to maintain weight. If had 45GM per meal, I would gain weight. Its just how my body works.

We are not all the same. I feel fantastic keeping my carbs down. The struggle is eating low carb and not consuming too much in saturated fats and cholesterol but it can be done.

I don't eat pasta but substitute Spaghetti Squash for the pasta. I don't eat rice but make a faux rice with cauliflower. I don't eat mashed potatoaes but make a delicious substitute with Celery Root.






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Just an FYI...
by: Sassy

Just in case you didn't know (although you probably do!) cholesterol is ONLY found in animal products. If you're trying to lower the amount of cholesterol you eat, plant-based is the way to go.

There is zero cholesterol in plant-based foods.

With respect,
xo

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WLS and eating vegan
by: Janice

I guess I am the only one who immediately thought weight loss surgery, as opposed to diabetes..
I had gastric bypass 12 years ago. Lost over half my body weight and over the years transitioned to vegetarian and then vegan diet.
Carbs are the enemy to the WLS patient. Dumping (what happens when you eat carbs), is extremely uncomfortable and to be avoided at all costs.
I am really struggling with my diet. I'm getting bored eating the same things over and over and I've managed to put on weight after losing and keeping it off for over ten years. I ish I could just take a pill and get all my nutrients and calories.

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In Defense of Organic Brown Rice
by: Vegan Valerie

The best health I have ever achieved, which included a weight loss of 40 pounds, was the accidentally vegan diet called the macrobiotic diet. Brown rice is amazing and my mind and body were never better after two years of eating mainly organic brown rice, steamed/baked/sautéed (toasted sesame oil) vegetables, legumes, small amounts of sea vegetables, miso soup, tiny amounts of dried fruit/nuts/seeds. I was almost super human as my memory became incredible, my reflexes were amazing, my sleep was perfect (and I needed much less sleep to attain pH balance), my stress level became a non issue, and I had no physical issues with any system of my body. I read nearly 64 books in that 2 year period regarding the macrobiotic approach to health and even my imperfect practice of this diet resulted in radiant health. The diet is low sugar and low fat by default. The longer molecule chains in brown rice served as a perfect energy source that did away with spikes and dips in blood sugar levels.


Eventually I returned to eating some everyday foods and would return to brown rice and veggies whenever I would start feeling blah. I went a full 15 years without a cold or flu. The past four years I have been eating a high carb vegan diet and have been feeling good, but my weight has crept up about 20 pounds. My blood levels were all great, but incorporating so much fruit and sugars has had its way with my girth. I have seen too many family members on low carb (not vegan) suffer from strokes and heart attacks, so I am not even going to consider a low carb diet, but I just wanted to put in a good word for organic brown rice and you have to do your own research on why this carb is great for your cellular health. I am saying good bye to bananas and Clif bars for a long while. Bananas don't grow in Michigan and unless you live in 90+ degree weather.... get it?

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Low Carb Diet
by: Anonymous

Hi! After close to 25 years of veganism (mostly complex carbs like potatoes) and never being able to lose an ounce, I went back to low carb and began losing immediately. I absolutely hate eating meat/eggs, but trying to eat low carb the vegan way didn't allow for many choices. Salads and nuts with a little tofu thrown in occassionally is about the extent of it. I'm still trying to keep carbs under 50, but I haven't really succeeded with that. It's so frustrating - I hate being a fat vegan, but I hate eating flesh foods also! I'm so confused about how to get my extra weight off - I have about 65 lbs to lose. I've read the blog and I'm going to keep working at this day by day.

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Low carb vegan T2
by: Anonymous

Just a question as a Vegan that has type two diabetes and cannot eat bread, pasta, rice, fruit of any kind, potatos of any kind as it makes my blood sugar spike sky high. Do you have any suggestions for foods. Personally I eat low carbs.

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Hypothyroidism and Being Vegan
by: GM

I've been vegan for 7 years. I've been holding on to a good 120 lbs of excess weight. Nothing I did would shed my fat. I'm paying a lot of money to a holistic Doctor who has me grain-free. She's not vegan. There are different protocols, most which seem to center around gut health. She has me on lots of nutrients.
The goal is supporting the thyroid, ridding myself of many heads of toxins, and weight loss. One month on this regimen and I've lost 15 lbs. There's a fast with veggie broth (4 days), protein shakes, healthy fats and healthy vegan foods. She prefers I eat flesh, but that's like asking me to kill a family member and cook them. It can't happen. I'd rather be fat and die.
So the part of the protocol I'm in now is fast, again, on the broth, for 4 days, then 10 days of protein-only. She said since I'm vegan that means 10 days of no-carb-protein shakes only. If I ate flesh, that's all I'd be eating. As I said, that can't happen.
Since it's only 10 days I'm not worried about no-carbs. The main goal is fixing my low thyroid issue.
Lots and lots of nutrients going in and I do feel great. I only wish she was vegan. I don't typically trust anyone who eats meat as a nutritional expert. Giving this all I've got. Just wish she was vegan.

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Low Carb vegan diet
by: Anonymous

I an a 46 year old female who has been on a low carb( no flour, potato, rice, pasta, couscous, noodle, etc) vegan & no alcohol diet for 2&1/2 months now & have lost 35lbs. I stick rigidly to having a low carb vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner with a small nut or fruit snack if I am having a particularly busy day but not if I am having a regular day. I have not had one sugar- low day in that entire time. I went from being a normal omnivore diet which included both good and bad foods entirely over to this diet in just one day without any negative effects. I find that I no longer feel hungry between meals & that I have double the energy I had when I had the omnivore diet. I cannot recommend the low carb vegan diet enough. It is revolutionary! Though I am a busy mum, I have not changed my exercise regime one bit since I started the low carb vegan regime and yet have lost 2.5 stone in 2.5 months while eating this way. I have been reborn by this eating regime. My health, my skin, my energy levels and my brain function all have improved since I became a low carb vegan. One and only thing I will say is plan your meals in advance so you are getting a nutritional daily allocations of all the required nutrients and remember to take you B12 also.

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Low Carb High Protein Vegan Diet
by: Anonymous

Hello,
I'm a diabetic and an ex-vegan that wants to go back to being vegan. My problem is, I couldn't achieve a low enough carb intake while being vegan, which in turn had made my blood sugars high. I also workout a lot and need plenty of protein for muscle recovery. I was wondering if anyone could suggest a vegan diet plan that would best fit my wants: high protein and low carbohydrates.

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low carb and vegan w/o soy
by: Anonymous

i was vegetarian for 14 years, and the last 7 overlapped with being low carb. i now eat meat and feel much healthier, and have been lowcarb for a total of 11 years.
With that said, here are soem meal ideas that are vegan, low carb and soy free:

1. cucumber "noodles" with an asian peanut sauce (pb, tamari, a little splenda, unsweetened rice vinegar- optinal cruhed red pepper)

2. zucchini "noodles" with a vegan pesto (use nutritional yeast for cheese)

3. salad- any mix of lettuce (try grilling romaine!), veggies, avocado, nuts/seeds, hummus, goddess dressing, olive oil and vinegar........

4. snack plate wit things like olives, veggies and dip- or celery and almond butter, nuts or seeds, flackers with hummus, guacamole or or baba gnoiush (flackers are crackers made from flaxmeal- i find them at whole foods), kale chips or seaweed crisps, etc....

5. a brand called kite hill makes an almond milk yogurt- it's amazing. you can add some pb or fresh berries, as well.

6. spaghetti squash with marinara, sauteed mushrooms, and nutrional yeast.

7. so delicious makes no sugar added coconut milk "ice cream"- not a "meal" but had to include it!


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Struggling vegan
by: Heidemarie

I'm so glad I found this page. Since becoming vegan I've gained about 45 pounds in 2 years. I want to stay vegan for ethical reasons. I've tried weight watchers, 21 day fix, etc and gave it my all and no weight loss. In the past, a low carb non vegan diet resulted in weight loss. So I'm going to try that. Is a macrobiotic diet vegan? I need lots of help here to stay vegan. I'm recovered from congestive heart failure and need to drop 60 lbs quickly. Please help me🌹

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by: Anonymous

Thanks for the great advice :) Will continue my vegan diet with confidence!!

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