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petey7408
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The CKD Food/Recipe List « : October 25, 2009, 09:58:51 AM »
Since I've been recommending the CKD quite often, I get quite a bit of questions regarding what you can or can't eat. So, in response, I'm starting an entire thread dedicated to posting a list of foods and recipes that can be used throughout your CKD. Feel free to post your low-carb/carb-free ideas.

To start out, here's a cheat sheet of foods that contain 5g or less of carbs/100g serving size:


VEGETABLES:
Alfalfa seeds, sprouted 1.28
Arugula 2.05
Asparagus, cooked 2.63
Bamboo shoots, cooked 0.92
Beans, green, cooked 4.69
Beans, snap, green, cooked 4.68
Beet greens, cooked 2.56
Broccoli, cooked 2.16
Brussels sprouts, cooked 4.5
Cabbage, cooked 2.16
Cauliflower, cooked 1.41
Celeriac (celery root), cooked 4.7
Celery 1.95
Chard, swiss, cooked 2.04
Collards, cooked 2.1
Cucumber 1.8
Dandelion greens, cooked 3.5
Eggplant, cooked 4.14
Endive 0.25
Fennel, bulb 4.19
Hearts of palm, canned 2.22
Jicama 3.92
Kale, cooked 3.63
Lettuce, butterhead 1.32
Lettuce, cos or romaine 0.67
Lettuce, iceberg 0.69
Mustard greens, cooked 0.1
Mushrooms 2.94-3.57 (except pooake)
Nopales, cooked 1.27
Olives, canned ripe 3.06
Okra, cooked 4.71
Olives, canned ripe 3.06
Parsley 3.03
Peppers, serano 3.00
Peppers, jalapeno 3.11
Peppers, sweet green 4.63
Peppers, sweet red 4.43
Pumpkin, cooked 3.80
Purslane 3.43
Radicchio 3.58
Radishes 1.99
Rhubarb 2.74
Sauerkraut 1.78
Scallions (green onions) 4.74
Spinach, cooked 1.35
Squash, summer, cooked 2.91
Squash, zucchini, cooked 2.53
Tomatillos 3.93
Tomatoes 3.54
Tomato juice 3.83
Turnips, cooked 2.9
Turnip greens, cooked 0.86
Watercress 0.79

FRUIT:
Avocados 2.39
Chayote (christophene) 2.20
Raspberries 4.77
Strawberries 4.72
NUTS:
Macademia Nuts 4.83
Pecans 4.26

MEAT AND FISH:
All meat and fin fish 0.00
Caviar 4.00
Crab 0.95
Lobster 1.28
Shrimp 0.00

EGGS AND DAIRY:
Butter 0.06
Buttermilk, lowfat 4.79
Cheese, cheddar 1.28
Cheese, Edam 1.43
Cheese, Gouda 2.22
Cheese, Swiss 3.38
Cream cheese, 2.66
Cottage cheese, 2% milkfat 3.63
Eggs 1.22
Half and Half 4.30
Heavy Cream 2.79
Goat milk 4.45
Mayonnaise 2.70
Milk, 1% milkfat, added solids 4.97
Milk, 3.25% milkfat 4.66
Ricotta cheese, whole milk 3.04
Soy milk, 0.51
Yogurt, plain, whole milk 4.66

DIETARY FIBER:
Soluble and insoluble fiber (a part of other foods) 0.00

BEVERAGES:

Coffee (without cream or sugar) 0.00
Diet Soda 0.00
Tea (without milk or sugar) 0.00
Water 0.00

SWEETENERS:
Aspartame (NutraSweet) 0.001
Saccharin (Sweet'N Low) 0.001
Stevia 0.00
Sucralose (Splenda) 0.001

1 Both aspartame and sucralose are usually bulked up with maltodextrin, but it is usually in such a small amount that it can be ignored. Likewise, Sweet'N Low is bulked up with a small amount of dextrose (glucose)

Do keep in mind that the amount listed is per 100 grams of product, so don't just go to town on eating them as the carb count can add up fast.
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« Reply #1: October 25, 2009, 10:12:19 AM »
An article on how to do the CKD is coming soon. Just have to get some spare time.
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« Reply #2: October 25, 2009, 10:17:10 AM »
This is a great list!
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« Reply #3: October 25, 2009, 06:44:13 PM »
where are the pork rinds?! Yummy little fatty CKD treats....
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« Reply #4: October 25, 2009, 08:49:33 PM »
where are the pork rinds?! Yummy little fatty CKD treats....

I didn't include a list of premade snack foods yet, but that's on the way. For now its just a basic food list.
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« Reply #5: November 08, 2009, 01:21:53 PM »
Damn, I didn't even notice this list lol. I'm askin all these questions about CKD and this has been here all along lol. Sweet list man, great help to me on my CKD, it'll make it much easier.


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« Reply #6: December 10, 2009, 09:42:51 PM »
what about the almonds and walnuts? great CKD staples.
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« Reply #7: January 05, 2010, 11:02:12 AM »
Started CKD today!   Thanks for the list....  Im keeping a journal in the JOURNAL section while using CKD with OEP and RECREATE.  Thanks gain for the list
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« Reply #8: January 05, 2010, 12:48:51 PM »
Really looking forward to following your journal lopie.  If it goes well for you, Im going to try it.   ;)
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« Reply #9: January 05, 2010, 03:38:52 PM »
Adam, is there a place to post photo progress?  I would be happy to do so, if there is.
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« Reply #10: January 05, 2010, 04:00:36 PM »
You can upload images.
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« Reply #11: January 05, 2010, 04:01:17 PM »
Its under additional options, when you go to post something.
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« Reply #12: January 05, 2010, 04:16:32 PM »
Perfect..will start tomorrow!
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« Reply #13: January 05, 2010, 05:58:02 PM »
Perfect..will start tomorrow!

Looking forward to it!
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« Reply #14: January 10, 2010, 07:27:25 AM »
What would you say the max carbs per day you can consume?

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