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Food in Paris, strange question

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Okay, here's the thing, I'm on a low carb diet as I don't metabolize carbs normally. And no, I'm not diabetic, but I sure would like to stick with my weird low carb diet while in Paris. I can eat sugar/fruit/bread, but I get sick from it so it's best avoided if I want to enjoy my vacation.

From what I've read, bfast seems to be bread. Will I be able to find places that serve eggs or some sort of protein in the mornings?

I imagine for lunch and dinner I should be able to order plain meat and a few veggies, although if anyone has any tips on how to avoid carbs in Paris, I'm all ears (or eyes as the case may be).

Thanks
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