Norwegian recipe at 3 i uka (Bakt torsk med spekeskinke)
"3 i uka" (English: 3 in a week) is the website of the Norwegian council for seafood. This is an untraditional (for Norwegians) way to prepare cod, but I plan on trying it out very soon (and I will add nutrional values when I do).
In the free version you can only log your food/exercise. The premium membership costs $3.34/month for premium membership, which includes access to a very large database of foods. You can can add you own foods, which is a must for us Norwegian users. Primary focus is low carb high fat diet (LCHF)/Keto diet, but it can also be used if you have chosen moderate low-carbo lifestyle. I am very pleased with my premium membership for CarbManager, both on my mac and android mobile phone.
Answers are based on Lindberg´s philosophy "Kost i balanse" (english: diet in balance), which focuses on diet of low/reduced carbos with moderate amounts of healthy fat (in contrast to LCHF, low-carbs and high fat).
A small company in Norway that started with producing with sugar subsitute Sukrin (based on sugar alcohol erythritol) and now have flour subsitutes (almond flour, coconut flour) and other low-carbo products. They have their own online shop, but have a number of distributers of their products, including Life and Sunkost. You will also find recipes on the this site.
The site states that it is for those curious about a diet with few karbohydrates. If you search on the Internet for "lavkarbo" you will find a lot of links to posts from the forum at lavkarbo.no. I used this site a lot when I was first trying to learn more about low-carb diets.
Track calories, breakdown ingredients, and log activities with the free version. The premium version ($11/month ) is ad-free and has advanced tool and better analysis. I have only tried the free version. Seems to be very similar to CarbManger, but is more expensive.
Diet Doctor has a lot of recipes. I found a similar recipe at Keto Connect, which has lots of recipes og cool videos, but I decided to use the recipe at Diet Doctor because you could choose metric weights and change the number of servings.
This recipe is different from the other naan bread recipes I have found on the Internet as it uses cottages cheese instead of coconut flour. It looks to be more like a bread/roll recipe, but I plan on trying it out.
Article at nettavisen.no with interview of Dr. Sofie Hexeberg about low-carbo diet and the book "Kakefest" (English: Cake Party), which she co-authored with Kristin Kjellmo Vorkimm and Birthe Storake. Sugar and flour substitutes used in the recipe.
Norwegian article. Includes information about and suggested used for the following types of sugar/sugar substitutes (including GI table): ERYTHRITOL, IMO, STEVIA, TAGATOSE, XYLITOL, STEVIOSA, SUKRIN GOLD, SUKRIN+.
Low-carbo food, vitamins and supplements among other items. The site also has a lot of recipes (many of them are not low-carb; see link in the top menu) based, of course, on products they sell. You can not search for specific topics, for example, "low-carb"/"lavkarbo".