Multi-seed, no carb bread loaf

When & How

I studied this recipe to satisfy those bread cravings while avoiding getting additional carbs. Indeed, this bread has basically no carbs and should be considered a source of fat. Note that it also contains a little amount of proteins coming from almonds, seeds and eggs. The school of functional nutrition teaches that animal proteins should not be mixed together; however, eggs usually are well digested and do not interfere with the kidneys, so in this case, the bread can be combined with other sources of animal protein. 

Breakfast ideas – A couple of slices with:

Lunch: A balanced lunch should always have a source of protein (better if animal protein), carbs, veggies and healthy fats. One or a couple of slices of this bread cover the healthy fat part (not carbs, remember!). You now have to add a source of proteins, a source of carbohydrates, and some veggies (better if raw).

Bread + fish/meat/eggs/ricotta/soy + grains/potatoes + veggies


Bread + legumes + veggies


Dinner: A balanced dinner should always have a source of carbs, veggies (better if cooked), healthy fats and a small source of proteins. 

Bread + grains/potatoes + veggies (+ small proteins)


Bread + legumes + veggies


Snack: You can enjoy it as it is or top it with some greens! This recipe is a good source of healthy fat and proteins that will help you stabilize blood sugars and maximize energy levels keeping you satisfied until your next meal. 


(8 servings)

  • 180g almond meal 
  • 2 tbsp hemp flour (or substitute with chickpea, lentil, or quinoa flour) 
  • 3 eggs
  • 10 tbsp pumpkin seeds
  • 3 tbsp flaxseeds
  • 50g almonds
  • 4 tbsp chia seeds
  • 5 tbsp olive oil
  • 3 tbsp psyllium husk flakes or powder (optional)
  • 255g sparkling water (must be sparkling)
  • ½ tsp salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F (180 C)
  2. Place all the dry ingredients in a blender. Blend at high speed until combined. 
  3. Add the eggs, sparkling water, olive oil, and salt. Process until well combined.
  4. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper. Pour the mixture into the pan and smooth it out using a spoon, spatula, or your hands. 
  5. Bake for 45-50 minutes. Don’t forget to check if your loaf is well cooked by inserting a metal skewer or knife in the center and making sure it comes out clean.
  6. Remove from the oven and let cool.
  7. Wrap it in foil or plastic wrap and keep the bread refrigerated (because of the eggs). You can store it for up to 5-7 days. 



Rich in omega-3 fatty acid in the form of ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), essential for ovary health and the healthy growth of nails and hair. Seeds are also rich in fiber and essential minerals such as magnesium and phosphorous. Pumpkin seeds are particularly high in proteins.  


Almonds are rich in magnesium, phosphorous, calcium, and other essential minerals for hormonal and bone health. Almonds also provide a small amount of plant-based protein.   


One of the richest sources of prebiotic fiber, the feed of our gut bacteria. Psyllium husk helps keep our gut healthy, preserving our digestive immunity, a functioning metabolism, and a regular bowel.


Eggs contain all the essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein). Egg yolk is rich in minerals, such as zinc, iron, and other important vitamins that nourish our skin, hair, nails, and ovaries. Indeed, eggs (especially the yolk) are a must for female hormonal health. 

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