Meal Planners

Some people find it hard to know how to start a low carb lifestyle. Dr Andrews took the question “what shall I eat?” and answered it by writing a 4 week rotating meal planner in March 2020. Many people who were struggling for inspiration have found it really useful.

In January 2022, she’s just written another one, entitled “The Freshwell Low Carb Manual”. We have now got some printed and they available for purchasing (not for profit) either at the Freshwell Health Centre reception or mail order by following this link.

You can still download both Freshwell Meal Planners for free as a PDF.

Freshwell Low Carb Manual – January 2022

Dr Andrews worked hard over the 2020 coronavirus lockdown producing her brand new meal planner.

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This book concentrates less on the basics and more on providing you with additional home designed and tested recipes to give you a greater repertoire of low carb options to stop boredom and
prevent carb creep! The design and content of this book is awesome in my (DO) opinion!

We have now got some printed and they available for purchasing (not for profit) either at the Freshwell Health Centre or by mail order by following this link.

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Dr Kim Andrews’ Original Meal Planner – March 2020

I wrote my original meal planner in March 2020, to help people starting a low carb lifestyle. I decided to produce it as I find that many people give up after a few weeks as they aren’t sure what to eat or they start to find “meat and veg” boring.

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Comments I’ve heard include: “I caved on day 3 as I just didn’t know what to eat so I had some bread” or “I am so sick of yoghurt or eggs for breakfast” – the second one always makes me smile a little, as in my experience, most people have spent almost all of their life eating cereal or toast at breakfast time……

This meal planner is not supposed to be taken as gospel – it is here to provide people with some tasty ideas and options that I have discovered along the way – when they are stuck in a rut, or when they don’t know where to start. By all means have soy spaghetti every day or make larger amounts so the same meal can be eaten two nights running. Or if you can’t get away from sandwiches for lunch then make a large batch of Fat Head Dough rolls on a Sunday and keep them in an airtight container to use for lunches throughout the week. Or if you have meals you already enjoy, make a few tweaks to remove the carbs and fill up on the good stuff!

Good luck and I hope you enjoy it!