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Old 09-30-2013, 07:09 AM   #1
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MENUS!! Hey N.K.ers, whats the plan?

Good Monday morning!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
1 oz cheese and 6 olives
ground pork and shirataki stir fry
sour cream 'pudding'

TOTALS: 12g carbs 5g fibre 87g fat 36g protein 968

I may add some thing to this but it is an intermittent fasting day for me.
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:18 AM   #2
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Avocado Dip
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Romaine, Ranch, and leftover baked chicken
SF Jello w/whipped cream
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:43 AM   #3
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Well my diet experiment was going well until the weekend hit. I ate out a couple of times but the meals looked a lot like what I had been eating (salad, lots of dressing, not much meat. What was the difference? The demon alcohol! My official weigh-in is not until Wednesday, so maybe the scale will be back down by then. Note to self: vodka is not an NK-friendly food for me!

Ok, on to today's meals:
B: lettuce, cucumber, olives, turkey lunch meat (2 oz), about 3 T mayo
L: broccoli, turkey lunch meat (2 oz), about 3 T mayo
S: 2 pieces bacon
D: chicken and veggies with butter
S: broth with coconut oil

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Old 09-30-2013, 11:56 AM   #4
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:42 PM   #5
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Well my diet experiment was going well until the weekend hit. I ate out a couple of times but the meals looked a lot like what I had been eating (salad, lots of dressing, not much meat. What was the difference? The demon alcohol! My official weigh-in is not until Wednesday, so maybe the scale will be back down by then. Note to self: vodka is not an NK-friendly food for me!

Ok, on to today's meals:
B: lettuce, cucumber, olives, turkey lunch meat (2 oz), about 3 T mayo
L: broccoli, turkey lunch meat (2 oz), about 3 T mayo
S: 2 pieces bacon
D: chicken and veggies with butter
S: broth with coconut oil
Dinner ended up being 4 oz chicken breast baked with butter and almond flour breading, broccoli and butter, small green salad with oil and vinegar. The chicken was a little higher in protein than I thought. Will have to do 3 oz next time.
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:29 AM   #6
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Overdid it on the cheese today. I got sidetracked by work and forgot to eat until nearly 2 p.m. (aside from the BPC). That seems to have thrown me off for the rest of the day. :/
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:33 AM   #7
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Good morning. Can't believe it is October already! Weather is going to be very nice for the next couple of days so I am planning on getting in some gardening. Ya, playing in the dirt!!!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
bacon, tomato, egg and mayo all wrapped into a Romaine leaf
leftover ground pork,shirataki, broccoli slaw stirfry
sour cream pudding if needed

TOTALS: 13g carbs, 4g fibre, 92g fat, 44g protein, 1,064

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Old 10-02-2013, 07:25 AM   #8
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Wednesday! Wow this week is flying!

Good morning all!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
egg, bacon, 40g tomato, homemade mayo all wrapped into a Romaine leaf
leftovers... ground pork, broccoli slaw, shirataki stir fry
sour cream pudding

TOTALS: 13g carbs, 4g fibre, 97g fat, 44g protein 1,114

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Old 10-02-2013, 09:30 AM   #9
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B-eggs and beef bologna
L-high fat smoothie
D-salmon and broccoli
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Old 10-02-2013, 12:21 PM   #10
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WED for me is...

coffee w/hwc & Splenda
salad w/romaine, sour cream, cheese, drizzle of taco sauce, and 3 crushed tortilla chips.
pumpkin 'cheesecake'
Chinese coleslaw
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:25 AM   #11
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Good morning! Another sunny and warm one here. That translates into more yard work for me!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
leftover pork/shirataki stirfry and it is finally gone!
mushroom/cheese omelet
sour cream pudding

TOTALS: 21g carbs, 4g fibre, 96g fat, 50g protein
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Old 10-03-2013, 12:06 PM   #12
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B-eggs and bologna
L-shaved turkey wrapped in lettuce with tomato and pj cheese
D-BBQ rotisserie chicken, homemade SF slaw
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Old 10-03-2013, 07:29 PM   #13
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Good morning! Another sunny and warm one here. That translates into more yard work for me!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
leftover pork/shirataki stirfry and it is finally gone!
mushroom/cheese omelet
sour cream pudding

TOTALS: 21g carbs, 4g fibre, 96g fat, 50g protein
clackley, could you please tell me what sour cream pudding is? Sounds awesome!
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Old 10-03-2013, 11:46 PM   #14
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B: BPC, chocolate zucchini bread
L: Cheese omelette, sausage, flax bread w/SF jelly, coffee w/hwc
S: Coffee w/hwc, bacon, bacon and bacon
D: yogurt w/hwc, cheddar cheese

I baked a pound of bacon and proceeded to eat 6 pieces. Oh, I love that stuff....I could have eaten the whole thing. It gets perfectly crispy when baked.
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:44 AM   #15
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Good morning!!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
2 eggs and 1 sausage
coconut curry chicken
pork rinds
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:45 AM   #16
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clackley, could you please tell me what sour cream pudding is? Sounds awesome!
Simple - 30% sour cream with a drop of vanilla and a few drops of liquid sucralose.
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Old 10-04-2013, 08:12 AM   #17
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B: leftover fish w/cheddar topping, roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower
L: roast beef lunch meat over lettuce + cucumber
S: celery + salt
D: burger + salad + maybe some coleslaw if I have time

BAD NEWS: Not losing weight. Weigh-ins continue to disappoint. The scant 1 1/2 lb loss of last week was obliterated in a day. The next day (today), same. It looks like low carb, low protein, high fat has no mystical properties.

GOOD NEWS: Maintenance levels achieved? I do like how I feel with the controlled protein and added veggies. The protein portions have been slipping upwards the past few days, but not unlimited - probably around 100g a day. It seems like this is the maintenance way of eating that I've been looking for. Of course, what I really wanted is a weight-loss plan, but maintenance is a valuable skill, too!

I'm thinking that if I'm a fat-burner, then what about intermittent periods of low fat diet to force my body to burn the only fat available (body fat), then back on keto? Maybe 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off? Has anyone here tried intermittent low fat or PSMF or Lyle MacDonald's Rapid Fat Loss? If you have, I would love to hear your experiences.
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Old 10-04-2013, 08:18 AM   #18
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Simple - 30% sour cream with a drop of vanilla and a few drops of liquid sucralose.
Thanks! I've never heard of 30% sour cream, but I'll definitely try the full fat sour cream that I've got at home.
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breakfast bpc
lunch: 2 egs, 2oz pork sausage
dinner: mushroom/chicken casserole
snacks: (maybe) broth with tsp of butter and fat bomb

Calories:136
Fat: 111
Carb: 10
Protein: 60
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B-egg cream shake
L-roast beef and salad
D-pizza(LC of course)
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Good Monday morning!

bpc and 1 coffee/hwc
1 oz cheese and 6 olives
ground pork and shirataki stir fry
sour cream 'pudding'

TOTALS: 12g carbs 5g fibre 87g fat 36g protein 968

I may add some thing to this but it is an intermittent fasting day for me.
What do you add to the sour cream to make it pudding? Sounds good...
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:07 PM   #22
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B: BPC, chocolate zucchini bread
L: Cheese omelette, sausage, flax bread w/SF jelly, coffee w/hwc
S: Coffee w/hwc, bacon, bacon and bacon
D: yogurt w/hwc, cheddar cheese

I baked a pound of bacon and proceeded to eat 6 pieces. Oh, I love that stuff....I could have eaten the whole thing. It gets perfectly crispy when baked.
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Simple - 30% sour cream with a drop of vanilla and a few drops of liquid sucralose.
Missed this! Thanks!!
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B: leftover fish w/cheddar topping, roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower
L: roast beef lunch meat over lettuce + cucumber
S: celery + salt
D: burger + salad + maybe some coleslaw if I have time

BAD NEWS: Not losing weight. Weigh-ins continue to disappoint. The scant 1 1/2 lb loss of last week was obliterated in a day. The next day (today), same. It looks like low carb, low protein, high fat has no mystical properties.

GOOD NEWS: Maintenance levels achieved? I do like how I feel with the controlled protein and added veggies. The protein portions have been slipping upwards the past few days, but not unlimited - probably around 100g a day. It seems like this is the maintenance way of eating that I've been looking for. Of course, what I really wanted is a weight-loss plan, but maintenance is a valuable skill, too!

I'm thinking that if I'm a fat-burner, then what about intermittent periods of low fat diet to force my body to burn the only fat available (body fat), then back on keto? Maybe 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off? Has anyone here tried intermittent low fat or PSMF or Lyle MacDonald's Rapid Fat Loss? If you have, I would love to hear your experiences.
I've wondered this myself. I keep failing on NK~ gain. I'm giving the Fat Fast a try now. I did do Dukan in the past that resulted in a quick 10lb loss over 2 weeks but unsustainable, hair loss, rotten breath, dry skin.
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B-eggs and bologna
L- tuna salad w/Paleo wrap
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Old 10-05-2013, 10:27 AM   #26
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Hello!

bacon, egg on a paleo wrap with l/c ketchup
seafood something
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Dinner was a grilled chicken salad with a nice wedge of Colby cheese-yum!
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I baked a pound of bacon and proceeded to eat 6 pieces. Oh, I love that stuff....I could have eaten the whole thing. It gets perfectly crispy when baked.
I baked A package of thick sliced bacon for the first time yesterday and ate the whole thing throughout the day. Expected to see a weight gain this morning, but I am down 1/2 lb. Surprised!


Can someone enlighten me on what a paleo wrap is?

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I'm doing a lot of experimental baking today so my menu is a bit strange:

B-3 x PPC
Low carb brownies

Snack: coconut milk

Lunch: Peanut butter cream pie
(1/2 pie or maybe a whole one depending how hungry I am)

Snack: Low carb carrot cake

Dinner: Steak salad with homemade ranch dressing

Snack: Coffee gelatine with nut butter and heavy cream sauce.

Beverages: Tea and coffee, carbonated water and coconut milk. I usually froth butter and coconut oil in my coffee and tea.
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:51 AM   #30
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I baked A package of thick sliced bacon for the first time yesterday and ate the whole thing throughout the day. Expected to see a weight gain this morning, but I am down 1/2 lb. Surprised!


Can someone enlighten me on what a paleo wrap is?
You can make your own. Egg, coconut flour, olive oil and water. Google for the recipe amounts.
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