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Low-Carbohydrate Cooking

Last updated 19/4/2019

Following on from the low carb keto-diet cookbooks craze that was known as  the Atkins Diet, made popular by Dr. Robert Atkins in the early 2000's, we now have a plethora of low-carbohydrate (low-carb) diet and cookery books on the market.

Low-carb cooking has had a lot of bad press over the past 15 years or so, with reports stating that reducing or completely eliminating Carbs from the diet can be very bad for your health.

However, there are still many people who still extole the benefits of a low-carb diet and hence the subject is still very popular.

This page is dedicated to those diets that emphasise low or very low carbs putting the body in a ketogenic phase.


There are now more than ever low-carb cookery books available on the market today.

Below is a selection of the most popular low-carbohydrate cookery books currently on Amazon.


From this page by clicking on an image  it will take you directly to the book on Amazon.

For those of you who are not based in the UK (as I am), the link will take you directly to your own county's Amazon site for you to purchase as you would normally.

Hopefully the work I have put into this page will make it a little easier for you to find what you are looking for.

All Titles on this page are available to purchase from Europe, USA and Canada

Nicola  Graimes - The Big Book of Low-Carb Recipies
Chris Cheyette - Carbs & Cals Very Low Calorie Recipies and Meal Plans
Sarah Amber Patterson - The Ultimate Low Carb Cookbook
Good Food Guides - Good Food - Low Carb Cooking
Michael Moseley - The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet
Chris Cheyette - Carbs & Cals Carb & Callorie Counter
Chris Cheyette - Carbs & Cals Pocket Cou
Martins Stajerova - The Beginner's KetoDie Cookbook
Henry Firth - BOSH -  Simple Recipes.jpg
Dr Rangan Chatterjee - The 4 Pillar Plan.j
Kate Harrison - 5-2 Veggie and Vegan.jpg
Amy Ramos - The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners