Finding New Low Carb Products To Try


 

Netrition - The Internet's Premier Nutrition Superstore!I’m always looking for interesting new low carb products to try, just to mix things up and keep from getting bored with my usual low carb foods. As an affiliate for Netrition, I get a report by email on products sold, and I often scan through that list for fresh ideas.

I love shopping online at Netrition for a number of reasons. Mainly because they have a $4.95 flat rate shipping fee, which means I can order as much as want – even heavy bottles of sugar free syrup – for that one low price. They have super-fast shipping too, and a great selection of products, most of which I can’t even find in local stores where I live.

Low Carb Almond Meal / FlourThis is where I get my Almond meal for example, for my low carb bread and low carb cookie recipes. I use Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal / Flour, which you can see to the right.

I also created an Amazon aStore where you can buy low carb products online, and I like to browse that now and then for new ideas too. You can often get free shipping at Amazon, but you may have to buy some items in bulk.

At Netrition you can buy single items, or any quantity you prefer, and the total shipping is still under five dollars.

I mentioned earlier that I get an email detailing products sold through my referral link, which I love scanning for ideas.

I thought I’d share some popular items from the most recent list with you, to give you ideas for new low carb products to try as well…

I use these sugar free syrups to flavor my coffee, and in recipes as sweeteners. See my post on DaVinci vs Torani. The most popular sugar free syrup flavors over the last few months were: caramel, mango, black cherry, strawberry, watermelon, red raspberry, vanilla, lemon and coconut.

Low Carb Breads & Tortillas

Low Carb Staples

Low Carb Meals & Side Dishes

Note: The Dreamfields Pasta is controversial on just how low carb it is, or how it affects insulin levels, etc. A preferable (and healthier) alternative is Zucchini Pasta. 😉

It’s super easy to make!

low carb margarita mixOoh – and here’s a fun find from the list:
Baja Bob’s Sugar Free Alcoholic Drink Mixes

There’s margarita, strawberry margarita, pina colada, mai tai, mojito, sweet & sour, mudslide, cranberry martini, sour apple martini, etc. Great for socials, parties, date night, or anytime you want to have a guilt-free drink. 😀

Low Carb Desserts / Sweets

Note: You can also get Quest Bars in ALL the flavors on their website, which is where I order mine. These bars are one of my personal favorites for an easy snack or breakfast-on-the-go. Of course, if you’re already placing an order at Netrition, it’s convenient to buy single bars there too.

Low Carb Snacks

I tend to stick to my “staples” which can get really boring over time. Most of the new products or foods I’ve added to my low carb diet have come from recommendations or from products mentioned by other low-carbers, which helps a lot. I love all the idea & recipe sharing on the web! Hopefully the list above will give YOU some new low carb products to try, to mix things up a little and keep your taste buds happy.

* Confession: I LOVE grocery shopping without ever leaving the house!! 😀

If you enjoyed this list, be sure to “like it” or share it with your friends. And if you want to add your own favorites to share with everyone here, just leave a comment below.

You can use the search box below to see if Netrition carries your favorite products, or just type in “low carb” to see what all they carry:



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About Lynn Terry

I love making the low carb diet EASY for people with a busy lifestyle (like me!) with my KISS / Keep It Simple method. :) About Lynn Terry: Host of the Low Carb Challenge
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8 Responses to Finding New Low Carb Products To Try

  1. Kay says:

    Lynn. We make a yummy cool dessert by shaving ice, adding half and half (or HWC) and the DaVinci sugar fee syrups. It’s low carb.
    –Kay

  2. Great list thanks, I have seen low carb items on Amazon but was wary of trying them wondering how they would taste compared to the cost.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      It really depends on which products you get. I like to stay away from “fake food replacements” (now, more than in the beginning). But I love things like Almond Meal!

  3. Pingback: KISS! Keeping It Simple on a Low Carb Diet | Low Carb Diet Tips for Busy People

  4. Trena says:

    So I’m wondering about Chia seeds and if they fit in the Simple low carb lifestyle? I made some pudding with them using cream & cocoa. Similar to tapioca which I love, but wonder if it is messing with eating low carb?

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