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I am incredibly excited to announce the newest addition to Slender Kitchen Meal Plans - Low Carb Meal Plans! Each week starting on December 26th, in addition to the regular and vegetarian healthy Weight Watchers® friendly meal plans there will also be a new low carb meal plan. Each meal plan will include delicious low carb recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that include nutritional information and Weight Watchers PointsPlus®. The meal plans will be for 2 or 4 people and include 2 Fallback meals each week in case there is a meal you don't like.
In addition, with the launch of our new low carb meal plan, we are offering a special $25 yearly price for new Slender Kitchen Meal Plan Members. This gives you access to the regular meal plans, vegetarian meal plans, and new low carb meal plans for a full year at the very low cost of .48 cents weekly or $2 monthly. That's less than the cost of a cup of coffee and you can start losing weight and eating healthier today.
Never again will you have to worry about spending hours creating meal plans and grocery lists, gaining weight due to last minute meal decisions, wasting money on food you don’t need, and scrambling to calculate points plus or nutritional info. These meal plans are designed to put everything you need to lose weight and eat healthy right at your fingertips. Just imagine the extra weight you can lose and time you will have when the guesswork is taken out of meal planning and dieting! Even better throughout the year, you can switch between the available meal plans with no extra costs. Still not sure? See what some of our current members have to say here.
Yes! The lower carb meals will contain nutritional information and Weight Watchers PointsPlus® for each recipe. The only difference is that the newest meal plan offers low carb recipes that eliminates grains, breads, and other higher carb options.
The low carb meal plans by Slender Kitchen contain lots of fresh vegetables and lower carb fruit options which means they do not adhere to the initial phases of the Atkins diet. However they are the perfect plan for later phases in Atkins when more options are allowed.
Yes. The low carb menus contain lots of vegetables and some lower carb fruits. The menus are not "no carb" menus but rather "low carb" menus that only incorporate ingredients that have a low carbohydrate count. This means you may see small amounts of carbs in some recipes but they come from fruits, vegetables, and nuts.
You can switch between the regular, vegetarian, and low carb meal plan at any time. This way your meal plan changes with your diet and lifestyle. The meal plans are also built to work together so you can look at a lower carb and higher carb option for the same recipe by looking at each meal plan for that week.
All the Slender Kitchen meal plans are built around whole, natural ingredients. You may find some low carb sugar alternatives in the plans as well as some processed foods, however 90% of the food is whole, natural food found in the "edges of the supermarket".
Most people find they lose weight when they adopt a lower carbohydrate diet. It can be a great long term diet or way to kickstart a weight loss plan. Many people find success starting on a low carb plan to start and then transitioning to a diet that includes carbs later on.
Not at all. In fact this menu plan will work for people both on Weight Watchers® who want to eat lower carb and people not on Weight Watchers® just looking for an easier way to eat low carb. All the recipes and meal plans include all nutritional info and PointsPlus®.
The low carb meal plans are naturally gluten free since virtually all foods with gluten have high carbohydrate counts. However the plan will eliminate most grains and carbs, not just those that contain gluten. With that said, it is a great option for any looking for a gluten free meal plan.
The low carb meal plan is not high fat. Although some low carb diets are very high in fat, there are many studies that show that diets high in saturated fats are not healthy in the long term. Therefore the diet is focused on healthy and lean proteins, vegetables, low carb fruits, nuts, eggs, and lean dairy.
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