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All Low-Carb Options at Miami Grill

Eating out on a low-carb diet is always tricky. That’s why we’ve crunched the official data and put together this list of Miami Grill low-carb options.

What counts at low-carb? There's no strict definition; some people use 50g net carbs as their daily maximum, others use 100g net carbs. Compare this to the average American/western diet of 175-250g net carbs per day. This allows for a lot more foods than keto.

As a default we're using 35g net carbohydrates as the maximum for a low-carb meal. You can adjust this according to your dietary needs

Net Carbohydrate Limit

The basics of ordering Low-Carb at Miami Grill

How to use this tool

This tool allows you to filter through Miami Grill options by net carbs. Net carbs equal total carbs minus fiber and are used by people tracking carbohydrates in their diets. Net carbs is used instead of total carbs, because the carbs in fiber are not digested and don't cause the insulin reponse of regular carbs [Source].

Why a Low-Carb Diet?

There is a lot of scientific evidence that a low-carb diet may help people lose weight more quickly than a low-fat diet [Source]. Low carb diets also result in lower risk of heart disease and lower risk of type 2 diabetes, as well as lower blood pressure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I do a Low Carb Diet or a Keto Diet?

A keto diet is much more restrictive than a low-carb one, which will greatly restrict your options when eating at undefined. Keto is harder to transition into, however you may also notice side-effects when switching to a low-carb diet. If your goal is to build muscle, then going low-carb could be the better option, because glucose is required for muscle repair.

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