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Old 09-18-2006, 01:09 PM   #1
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EAT FAT GET THIN-CORRECT RATIO MEALS

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Old 09-18-2006, 01:22 PM   #2
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2 large eggs
3 thin slices bacon
3 oz 1/2 & 1/2
2 T. butter
1/2 grapefruit

515 cals
73% fat
11% carbs
16% protein
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[COLOR=blue]Burger and veggies [/COLOR]

[COLOR=blue]5 oz, cooked weight, ground beef patty[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]1 cup salad greens[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]2 Tbl ranch dressing[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]1 cup green beans and onion[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]1 Tbl butter[/COLOR]

[COLOR=blue]small apple[/COLOR]



[COLOR=blue]Total Cals: 764 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]Fat: 57gr 69%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]Carbs: 29gr 11%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]Fiber: 8 gr[/COLOR]
[COLOR=blue]Protein: 37gr 20%[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=purple]1/2 cup cottage cheese, 2% fat plus 1/2 oz heavy cream[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]1/4 cup crushed pineapple, in juice[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]1 whole egg plus 1 yolk scrambled w 1/2 oz heavy cream[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]cooked in 1 Tbl butter[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]coffee with 1 oz heavy cream[/COLOR]


[COLOR=purple]Total Cals: 603 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]Fat: 48 gr 71%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]Carbs:17 gr 11%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]Fiber:0 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]Protein: 26 gr 17%[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=darkorange]~Stuffed Tomato~[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]1 can white tuna, packed in oil, drained[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]3 tablespoons mayonaise[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]small stalk celery[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]1 medium tomato[/COLOR]

[COLOR=darkorange]1/2 cup grapes[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]1 oz (22 kernels) roasted almonds[/COLOR]

[COLOR=darkorange]Total Cals: 885[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]Fat : 64 gr 65%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]Carbs : 27 gr 10%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]Fiber : 5gr[/COLOR]
[COLOR=darkorange]Protein: 55 gr 25%[/COLOR]

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Old 09-18-2006, 02:10 PM   #6
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Breakfast:

One Cream Cheese Cinnamon Danish (made from Atkins roll..see recipe board)
One egg
One tsp. coconut oil/olive oil
Low carb Dannon yogurt
1 ounce 1/2 and 1/2 for coffee or mixed in yogurt

Totals: 318 calories

Fat: 20 grams/62 percent
Carbs: 7 grams/10 percent
Protein: 21 grams/29 percent

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[COLOR=red]Chef Salad[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red][/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]3 cups mixed salad greens[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]1/2 boiled egg[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]3 thin slices deli turkey ham[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]1/4 cup cheddar cheese[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]3 Tbl ranch dressing
1/2 medium cucumber
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[COLOR=red]1 small tomato[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]2 rings bell pepper[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]1 ring onion[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]1/2 oz sunflower seeds[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]2 broccoli flowerets[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]2 cauliflower flowets[/COLOR]
[COLOR=red][/COLOR]
[COLOR=red]Total Cals: 577
Fat: 43 gr 69%
Carbs: 21 gr 10%
Fiber: 8
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[COLOR=red]Protein: 30 gr 21%[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=black]2 large eggs breakfast as posted[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]515 cals[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]73% fat[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]11% carbs[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]16% protein
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[COLOR=black]Burger and veggies as posted[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Total Cals: 764 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Fat: 57gr 69%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Carbs: 29gr 11%[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Fiber: 8 gr[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Protein: 37gr 20%
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[COLOR=black]Chef Salad as posted[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Total Cals: 577 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Fat: 43 gr 69% [/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Carbs: 21 gr 10% [/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Fiber: 8 [/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]Protein: 30 gr 21%
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[COLOR=teal]This example of one day's meals would equal[/COLOR]
[COLOR=teal]1856 calories for the day[/COLOR]
[COLOR=teal]approx 88 gr protein for the day[/COLOR]

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Old 09-18-2006, 02:37 PM   #9
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Italian One Pot Dinner
Pork, fresh, loin, tenderloin, separable lean only, raw ( 1 lb )
Tomatoes, red, ripe, canned, stewed ( 2.5 cup )
Onions, mature, raw ( 1 large )
Mushrooms, raw ( 8 oz, raw, yields)
olive oil ( 0.5 cup )
Squash, summer, green, raw ( 4 cup, sliced )
Garlic, raw ( 2 clove )
Total 1861 calories 126 fat 80 carbs 115 protein
Percentages 61% fat 14% carb 25% prot

I added Italian spices to the meat. It was supposed to be
Italian Sausage but it was so homemade and is so lean
absolutely no fat cooks out of it.
That’s why I added the olive oil.
I figure ¼ of the recipe or so would be a good serving.
But no matter what size you eat, the ratios are right.
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4.5 oz ribeye, 2C green beans, 2T butter

646 cals
16 carbs
50 fat
36 protein

68.6% fat, 21.8% protein, 9.6% carbs
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Old 09-18-2006, 05:07 PM   #11
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Corned Beef Rollups

3 oz corned beef
3 romaine lettuce leaves
3 dill pickle spears
2 T mayo
1 t mustard

310 cals
25g 74% fat
5g 5% carbs
16g 21% protein

You could even add in a hard boiled egg and stay in the good ratios.
This is a custom corned beef I put in that I bought from Aldi. It was very lean for corned beef.
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Old 09-18-2006, 05:15 PM   #12
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Taco Salad

1 cup ground beef
1 cup shredded lettuce
1/4 cup guacamole
1 taco shell
1/2 cup salsa
1 oz cheddar cheese

cals 694
fat 48g 64%
carbs 27g 12%
protein 41g 24%

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Old 09-21-2006, 03:11 PM   #13
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Heather's Awesome Broccoli Casserole

2 pkgs frozen broccoli
2 eggs
4 Tbsps melted butter
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 cup mayo
1.5 cups shredded sharp cheddar
4 Tbsps shredded parmesan cheese (for the topping)

Cook broccoli according to package directions (I use microwave). Drain & set aside. Mix together eggs, melted butter, mushroom soup, mayo and cheddar. Add broccoli and mix well. Pour into casserole dish (9x12 works good). Top with parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. I usually put the broiler on for the last 3 minutes to make sure the top gets nice and brown.

I added up all the ingredients and entered it into a tracker. I figure about 6 BIG servings, and they each will have the following. If you want to divide it into smaller servings and have some meat on the side, then you can just multiply by 6 and then divide by how ever many servings you have.

Calories: 549
Fat: 53g 86%
Carbs: 11g (3g from fiber) 6%
Protein: 11g 8%

You will LOVE this recipe. Try it!!

Not a correct ratio meal, but more a side dish as part of a meal. Great for the holidays, everyone will love it!!
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Coconut Mayonnaise

Coconut Mayonnaise - recipe from Tropical Traditions

1 whole egg
2 egg yolks
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon Himalayan Salt
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
1/2 cup Virgin Coconut Oil (melted if solid)
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

1. Put the eggs, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, salt, and pepper into a food processor or blender: Then with the processor or blender running on low speed, start adding your oils very slowly. Start out with drops and then work up to about a 1/16-inch stream. It should take about two minutes to add the oil.
2. Continue blending until there is no free standing oil.

Makes about 1 1/2 cups
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Great breakfast!

1/2 C canned pure pumpkin
2 T cream cheese
1 egg
Splenda to taste
2 T half & half

Mix together and microwave for 1.5-2 minutes.

grams %total
Total:
Fat: 26 71%
Carbs 15 14%
Protein:12 15%

Calories 336
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I had my morning coffee cream added into the totals, so here are the revised numbers for the pumpkin breakfast.

Fat 19 68%
Carbs 13 15%
Protein 11 17%
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Strawberry Breakfast Omelette

Strawberry Breakfast Omelette (from CarolynF)
This is SO easy..and a take off of the Mock Danish...

1 ounce of cream cheese zapped at 15 seconds in the microwave in a small
bowl..

Then add 2 eggs, a dribble of vanilla extract, and 2 tsp. of Splenda..Mix well
with a fork.

Pam or butter a small frying pan..and pour egg mixture into pan..and cook on
medium high heat..When bottom is golden, flip and cook.

Slice up 4-5 strawberries..Flip the omellette on a plate..put stawberries in the middle..then flip the top over it..Top with whipped cream..

This is so easy and wonderful!!! I used 1/2 Tablespoon of butter to fry it in. That's in these ratios.

Ratios: 76% fat
7% carbs
18% protein
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Great ideas!! Thank you for posting these!!!
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keep it coming girls! i love this!

does anyone eat nuts regularly? i would think those would be a perfect component since they are relatively high in fat. especially mono fats. aside from the salt, they are nice n filling.
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Two 1/4 pound turkey burgers, pan fried in 1/2 T coconut oil
Two slices american cheese melted on them
Stir fry 12 slices green pepper, 5 medium mushrooms and garlic using 1/2 T coconut oil

Serve the veggies over the top of the cheesy burgers
Total Cals: 656
Fat 67%
Carbs 3%
Protein: 30%


if you add a small apple
Total Cals: 719
Fat: 62%
Carbs: 10%
Protein: 28%

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I know we need to eat natural foods but I have found a nice Progresso Soup which is great; especially if sodium does not bother you.

Progresso Carb Monitor Chicken Cheese Enchilada Soup

2 Servings Per Can. I can eat the whole can and feel very satisfied at lunch.

Calories - 408 (Total Can)
Fat - 32 grams - 288 Calories - 70%
Carbs - 12 grams - 48 Calories - 12%
Protein - 18 grams - 72 Calories - 18%

Its very tasty and filling.
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I know we need to eat natural foods but I have found a nice Progresso Soup which is great; especially if sodium does not bother you.

Progresso Carb Monitor Chicken Cheese Enchilada Soup

2 Servings Per Can. I can eat the whole can and feel very satisfied at lunch.

Calories - 408 (Total Can)
Fat - 32 grams - 288 Calories - 70%
Carbs - 12 grams - 48 Calories - 12%
Protein - 18 grams - 72 Calories - 18%

Its very tasty and filling.
Sounds yummy, and good ratios.
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Coconut Mayonnaise - recipe from Tropical Traditions

1 whole egg
2 egg yolks
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon Himalayan Salt
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
1/2 cup Virgin Coconut Oil (melted if solid)
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

1. Put the eggs, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, salt, and pepper into a food processor or blender: Then with the processor or blender running on low speed, start adding your oils very slowly. Start out with drops and then work up to about a 1/16-inch stream. It should take about two minutes to add the oil.
2. Continue blending until there is no free standing oil.

Makes about 1 1/2 cups
is this better than real mayo?? IS there a benefit from making this vs. hellmans" I have a ton of coconut oil!
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Old 11-03-2006, 06:29 AM   #26
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Yes, Hellmans uses soy oil and that's not good for us or anyone for that matter to eat. I've not made this but I really hardly ever use mayo so I haven't felt the need. Salad dressings usually use soy oil too.
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I thought helmans had no soy....... WOW! I am glad i asked. I have thyroid disease.
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is it good?
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I've never had the homemade but everyone says its good.
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hm........Imight try it
I really thought helmans had no soy...I KNEW miracle whip did.
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