Premium Recipes

All recipes are high-fat, adequate protein, designed to minimize carbs to roughly 40% of overall calories in order to lower overall inflammation and prevent disease; with almost nothing processed, and no soy or gluten, and a dramatic reduction of sugar.  We recommend making the meals with organic ingredients whenever possible.  The recipes are designed to create an overall daily diet of 40% carbs, 30% fat, 30% protein with the precise ratio varied each meal.

Scrambled “Eggs” Mix (No Egg, No Soy)If you’ve got cauliflower to use up but you don’t want to factor it into your dinner, blitz it in the food processor, store in a bowl and use it for vegan, soy-free scrambled eggs in the morning. Add any veggies, herbs and spices you like...this recipe uses parsley and bell pepper.
Simple Broccoli And Cauliflower SoupA nutritious, fiber-rich soup of broccoli and cauliflower. You can serve with toasted nuts or seeds on top, or keep it plain to cut down on prep time
Simple Tomato And Zucchini SoupA light, flavorful and easy Summer soup of tomatoes and zucchini. Perfect for people who have veggie gardens and need a way to use up all of those ripe squash and tomatoes. One pot required.
Simple Veggie LaksaA simple, spicy, creamy laksa with shirataki noodles and veggies. One pot required.
Spiced Coconut PorridgeCoconut porridge is filled with fiber and energy, and can be made the night before. Reheat in the microwave and add a little more almond milk to loosen it up.
Spicy Laksa Soup With Shirataki Noodles And Asian GreensThis is a great soup for chilly nights, or when you feel like something hot and comforting. Shirataki noodles replace the more traditional udon or rice noodles. You can adjust the spice levels by adding fresh red chili before serving.
Stuffed ZucchinisA one-pan, one chopping board dish which celebrates the versatility and low-carb nutrition of zucchini.
Tomato And Kidney Bean Breakfast ChiliA vegan chili which can be made the night before, or made far in advance and stored in the freezer. A great breakfast for people who like something hot and savory to start the day with. Beans provide fiber and energy for the day ahead.
Tropical Smoothie Prep PacksSmoothie packs are portioned packages of smoothie ingredients which are stored in the freezer until needed. To make the smoothie, simply add almond or coconut milk and blend. These particular packs are tropical-flavored, with mango, banana and pineapple. Because the packs are frozen, there’s no need to add any extra ice to your smoothie.
Vegan Lower-Carb TabboulehA vegan, lower carb tabbouleh made with amaranth (gluten free), fresh tomatoes, cucumber, scallions/green onion, lemon and herbs. One saucepan required.
Vegan, Low Carb Lasagna BakeA low-carb, vegan take on lasagna, packed with vegetables and tomatoes. A cheat’s version with no need to make sauces. One dish required.
Vegan, Low-Carb Banana BreadThe ever-popular banana bread gets a vegan, low-carb makeover. Ideal for people who sometimes crave a little something sweet and baked with their morning coffee.
Vegan, Low-Carb Sushi RollsEasy sushi rolls filled with avocado, sprouts, bell pepper, carrot and cucumber, no cooking required. A chopping board required.
Watercress SoupA super simple soup of watercress and sweet potato. Watercress is very low calorie and low carb, but provides lots of vitamins such as A, K and C.
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