Clean Eating Recipes for Weight Loss

6 Low Carb, Clean Eating Recipes for Weight Loss

Although clean eating is not a diet, the happy side-effect of only eating real food, is weight-loss! These clean eating recipes for weight loss, are low carbohydrate and high in protein and fresh vegetables.

Clean Eating Recipes for Weight Loss:

1. BUTTERNUT SQUASH NOODLES WITH SLOW ROASTED TURKEY

This clean-eating recipe has a high protein content from the lean turkey meat, and a low carb content because we’ve replaced the wheat noodles with noodles made from butternut squash. This recipe is gluten-free and dairy-free.

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2. BASIL PESTO WITH COURGETTE PASTA

This clean-eating pesto is made using the freshest of ingredients and good quality oil. We’ve replaced the pasta with low carb courgette noodles proving that you can enjoy cheese, in moderation, even when you are losing weight.

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3. RED LENTIL DAHL

Lentils are a cheap source of quality protein. For a low-carb meal, you could replace the wholemeal chapatti with a chickpea farinata.

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4. SLOW COOKED BOSTON BAKED BEANS

Pulses are high in protein and low in carbohydrate. These clean-eating baked beans are filling, comforting and nutritious making them perfect for a clean-eating weight loss diet.

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5. ZUCCHINI TUNA NEAPOLITANA

In this clean-eating tuna recipe, filling protein is provided by the tuna, while the substitution of courgette noodles keeps the dish low-carb and perfect for a weight-loss meal.

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6. MOZZARELLA MUSHROOM PIZZA’S

All of the flavours of a mushroom pizza with none of the carb-laden guilt! These gluten-free, clean-eating pizza’s are light, healthy and nutritious.

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ARTICLE: Clean-Eating, Carbs & Weight-Loss


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