Carb source at dinner....

  1. Carb source at dinner....


    Often I'm on the middle of the dinner and I realize that I have still 30-50g of Carb left.
    Say I need/planned 200g and I realize I'm at 160g.
    I don't want to untroduce an High glicemix index carb at 8 PM, so I'm searching a medium -low Glic index carb to add at the end of my dinner.
    I HAVE TO AVOID fruit, and oats ( and obviously pasta , rice, and bread and potetos).
    Any suggestion?


  2. Greek Yogurt?

  3. Curious as to why you feel you "have" to avoid fruit
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  4. well you just said you have to avoid all those carb sources which contain low glycemic carbs

    yet you say you want to take in low glycemic carbs...you made no sense there

    have some whole grains or oats bud, you'll be good to go
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by blaykeryan View Post
    Greek Yogurt?
    too little carbo on it. I'd have to eat to much to reach the target.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Curious as to why you feel you "have" to avoid fruit
    I can't because if I use Fruit at Dinner or lunch I have problems...
    Just to be sure to have a good amount of fruit I usually consume fruit away from big meal (I consume usually at breakfast, and in the 10AM and 4 PM snack.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    well you just said you have to avoid all those carb sources which contain low glycemic carbs

    yet you say you want to take in low glycemic carbs...you made no sense there

    have some whole grains or oats bud, you'll be good to go
    I asked ... I asked for this reason, just to have some possible substitute to the normal sources of Low glicemic index food..


    replying to myself ,..... maybe quinoa can be good

  8. A small sweet potato should work here.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by diezel
    A small sweet potato should work here.
    nope, he stated in his first post- no potatoes lol
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  10. My bad, I thought he was only referring to white potatoes.

  11. oh I dunno either, he just said no potatoes rice bread pasta fruit..dunno what else is left for low GI lol
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  12. eat some greens. why no sweet potatos ? there delicious ?

  13. mhm or some white kidney beans would be goood

  14. Perhaps a sweet potatoe or blue sweet potatoes. Even ancient grains like kamut and quinoa would be good sources of low glycemic carbs. You could also try beans. Garbanzo beans are higher in carbs than red or black beans

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  15. Quote Originally Posted by diezel View Post
    A small sweet potato should work here.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    nope, he stated in his first post- no potatoes lol
    Quote Originally Posted by diezel View Post
    My bad, I thought he was only referring to white potatoes.
    Yes sweet potatoes CAN be good. But here in Italy is difficult to find. White potato is simple .. sweet NO.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by pectus View Post
    I can't because if I use Fruit at Dinner or lunch I have problems...
    Just to be sure to have a good amount of fruit I usually consume fruit away from big meal (I consume usually at breakfast, and in the 10AM and 4 PM snack.
    Problems? Such as? Curious..

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Problems? Such as? Curious..
    Swelling/bloat, weight on stomach .. .my stomach feels heavy.

  18. I dunno man... Try broccoli then.
    You are running out of options...
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