Avocado - 2 g carbs per 100 g serve
Not just low carb, but also full of nutritious healthy fat. Avocado can be eaten in all kinds of ways, on its own, with eggs, with meat, in smoothies even. It is such a versatile food and it has many health benefits including its ability tohelp your skin health.
Blueberries - 12 g carbs per 100 g serve
Generally berries are fairly low-carb. But if you’re on a strict low-carb diet you may need to make it an occasional treat.
Dark Chocolate (80% or higher) - 20 g carbs per 100 g serve
Dark chocolate is made of cacao, one of the most antioxidant rich foods on the planet. Cacao contains a high level of polyphenols which combat oxidative stress in the body.
Nuts - around 4 g carbs per 100 g serve
Nuts are rich in heart-healthy polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats, which lower LDL or "bad" cholesterol.
Çold meat - 2 g carbs per 100 g serve
Cold meat is a great low carb snack option. High in protein and super low in carbs. However be cautious with deli meats and what type you opt for. Aim for real meat cuts and not heavily processed varities like salami. Rather go for ham off the bone or turkey meat.
Cheese - 2 g carb per 100 g serve
With so many wonderful cheeses on the market this makes for a low carb and enjoyable snack option. But be careful not to over-snack on cheese particularly if you are in your early stages of trying LCHF and want to lose weight. Check food labels when choosing your cheese option to ensure it is free from any unwanted additives.
Eggs - 1 g carb per 100 g serve
Eggs are a great healthy fat and protein option. They can be topped with something complimentary like a vegetable or olive. As a snack a cold boiled egg would be great.
Fish - 0 carbs in real fish
A clean and healthy option. Avoid bread crumbing your fish though!
Vegetables - 1-8 g carbs per 100 g serve (of lower carb above ground vegetables)
Relatively low carb and could eat with your piece of cheese, egg or cold meat.
Olives - 3 g carbs per 100 g serve
Olives are packed with antioxidants, which plays out in the prevention of a number of different diseases, including heart disease, stroke, DNA damage, and cancer, specifically breast and stomach cancer. Other benefits relate to the health of the nervous system, respiratory system, immunity, and digestion, to name a few. Vitamin E is another important antioxidant that olives are rich in.