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Old 01-18-2012, 07:16 PM   #601
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I didn't buy any books.......does anyone have a list or link for sugar/carb food list?
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:58 PM   #602
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Just a quick check in - I'm eating high protein, low carb as much as possible. I believe the lower sugar amounts just come naturally with this way of eating. I am also limiting my grain or bread intake to one serving a day. And it's a low carb/low sugar product - like tortillas. So far so good!
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Old 01-22-2012, 08:16 AM   #603
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My first week went fairly well. I'm down 3.6 pounds from last Sunday. I'm keeping my "bread" serving to once a day. Definitely need to drink more water. Today we'll be eating pork chops, some leftover rotisserie chicken, roasted kale and maybe some cauliflower "potatoes" My husband is not happy about my current attitude regarding whole grains. I am avoiding them like the plague and he thinks I'm following a fad. We'll just have to see how it goes!!!
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Old 01-22-2012, 08:33 AM   #604
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Grains are bad. We can all agree on that. However, they are part of the modern day life, hence my reason for following this plan: guilt free. (NB I have pasta for lunch almost every work day. Used to have salad but it didn't fill me up. Now I'm full and staying slim. I do try and eat more naturally at weekends & holidays though but I know that I am the type of person that if I have to avoid something completely, a slip up will throw me off track...)
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:51 PM   #605
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I am going to limit myself to 2 grains per day and 1 sugar. That will get me started.....................back on better track and hope it works.
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Old 01-22-2012, 04:32 PM   #606
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I just never really paid that much attention to the amount of sugar in food - I've been low carbing on and off for years, but the sugar amounts just didn't click with me. Now they do. And having the one grain serving a day has not been that difficult. I'm trying to cook extra meat so I can have it for lunch or dinner the next day. Lots of salads and other veggies like cauliflower and broccoli. So far so good. My office is notorious for having goodies lying around - so far I've been able to steer clear of those too. One day at a time!
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I just never really paid that much attention to the amount of sugar in food - I've been low carbing on and off for years, but the sugar amounts just didn't click with me. Now they do. And having the one grain serving a day has not been that difficult. I'm trying to cook extra meat so I can have it for lunch or dinner the next day. Lots of salads and other veggies like cauliflower and broccoli. So far so good. My office is notorious for having goodies lying around - so far I've been able to steer clear of those too. One day at a time!
I keep peanutss at the office
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Yes, iakaren, me too! I have a bag with walnuts, pecans, etc. in my drawer. Munch on that a couple of times a week. I keep HWC in the office refrigerator. Don't use it everyday, but today i had a cup of tea with the HWC - it was a nice little treat. Remembered the water bottle today - I load mine with ice and add water to it when I get to work. Yup, need to drink more water! I used to buy a diet coke on the way to work every morning, but I have gotten out of that habit and only get one occasionally. I know we are supposed to not use artificial sweeteners on the Belly Fat Cure, but I still use Splenda occasionally.
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:14 PM   #609
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Yes, iakaren, me too! I have a bag with walnuts, pecans, etc. in my drawer. Munch on that a couple of times a week. I keep HWC in the office refrigerator. Don't use it everyday, but today i had a cup of tea with the HWC - it was a nice little treat. Remembered the water bottle today - I load mine with ice and add water to it when I get to work. Yup, need to drink more water! I used to buy a diet coke on the way to work every morning, but I have gotten out of that habit and only get one occasionally. I know we are supposed to not use artificial sweeteners on the Belly Fat Cure, but I still use Splenda occasionally.
If I stay away from the aspartame I lose much faster. But terrible hard addiction to get away from.
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I saw a report of a study indicating that aspertame damages your brain recently. Knowing how dangerous it is might help. The couple of times I've treid it have meant instant headache for me. I avoid all artificial sweeteners.
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I saw a report of a study indicating that aspertame damages your brain recently. Knowing how dangerous it is might help. The couple of times I've treid it have meant instant headache for me. I avoid all artificial sweeteners.
I commend you. I am trying to go the Stevia route instead of the aspartame. Just have to use up what I have around. And slow down on diet pop.
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I think avoiding the artificial sweeteners is a good idea. I'm getting off of them slowly - I am a work in progress!
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Iakaren, why "use up" stuff you have that is at the least slowing your weight loss, at the worst damaging your brain? Sorry to be "in your face about it".

Zevia is a soda that is sweetened with stevia. It does also have malitol in it. It could be an intermediate step for you in kicking the diet soda habit. One can counts as a carb serving on BFC.
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Iakaren, why "use up" stuff you have that is at the least slowing your weight loss, at the worst damaging your brain? Sorry to be "in your face about it".

Zevia is a soda that is sweetened with stevia. It does also have malitol in it. It could be an intermediate step for you in kicking the diet soda habit. One can counts as a carb serving on BFC.

live rural.......have never seen Zevia. Looked for a year.
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Weigh in day - down another 1.8 pounds, so that's 5.4 total for the last couple of weeks. Still need to drink more water. And I have got to get some kind of exercise routine in place. Been walking on the weekends, but I need to do something during the week too.

Today we're eating flank steak, and some roasted veggies.

We have a co-op food store here where I live, and I've seen those Zevia sodas there. They are expensive! Of course everything in that store is more expensive anyway!
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live rural.......have never seen Zevia. Looked for a year.
I just ordered Zevia from netrition.com. The closest place to me is a 2 hour drive. The $4.95 shipping for anything you order made it worthwhile for me. Hands down my favorite is the ginger root beer.

I'm new to this group. I've been on the BFC since January 2. -12 so far.
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Hi Oropendola! Welcome to our very small group! You are doing good!

I seem to have hit a stall - I only lost .2 pounds this week, but I will sure take it!
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Hi Oropendola! Welcome to our very small group! You are doing good!

I seem to have hit a stall - I only lost .2 pounds this week, but I will sure take it!
Thank you for your warm welcome. It's slowed down a bit for me too but I'll take every tenth pound in the right direction. My weigh ins are on Monday. I'm still getting the hang of how to do things. Just got my photo added, on the the signature. Then I'll post when I'm eating, if folks are interested.
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Just dropped back in and reread this, thought I'd give an update. The plan worked OK for me for about a month, then the weight loss came to a stop. Overall think the carb count was just too high for me. Also I found myself eating a lot of pkg foods. Switched over to the Dukan plan about 5 months ago and lost 45 pounds in 5 months. Right now I'm at what Dr Dukan says is a maintainable weight for me 154, but would still like to lose 10-20 pounds more. I do eat a little more fat than dukan suggests but overwise follow the plan fairly closely and am now in phase 3. I've decided to avoid adding any grain back in this phase and am eating a chia/flax seed cereal instead. So far also have not added fruit back, but may start trying one serving a day. Good luck to all you that are staying with this plan. It really did help me to look at the gms of sugars in food and overall is a great plan for those that can tolerate a few more carbs a days.
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Weigh in and menu. Today brings good news. I'm down another 2 pounds this week for a total of 13.4

Breakfast: Jay Robb Protein Shake with Almond Milk and flax seed oil
Snack: 1 deviled egg
Lunch: 3/4 C lentil soup with ham hock
Snack: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast (I love this!)
Dinner: Pot Roast, no spuds or carrots, just 3 bay leaves, 6 peppercorns and
tossed it in the slow cooker. I added 1 little cheddar cheese
Snack: 1/2 Gnu Foods Espresso fiber bar (they keep me regular so I work them in)
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Water zero, green tea, and Penta water (water is a real challenge for
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better soon so I can get back on my rebounder)
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A ho hum rainy day today but I'll take it over a snowy day any time.

Breakfast: Jay Robb Protein Shake with Almond Milk and flax seed oil
Snack: 1 deviled egg, 1 cup bug juice: added Barlean's Greens and no blueberries
Lunch: Alfredo Beef Cauliflower, Spinach, and Zucchini. 1 tsp ground rosemary instead of garlic. Ground pork instead of beef. (adapted from Dottie's Alfredo Beef, Broccoli & Mushroom Bake) SC = 3.8/0
Snack: Nectar Crystal Sky Protein drink (eh flavor) and whipped cream with a few SF chocolate chips
Dinner: Alfredo Beef Cauliflower, Spinach, and Zucchini. It was so good, we had it again!
Snack: 1/2 Gnu Foods Espresso fiber bar SC = 4/1
Water-oid: 96 oz
Exercise: 20 minutes exercise bike while talking on the phone. I hardly noticed. lol
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Old 02-08-2012, 07:23 PM   #623
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A beautiful day in the neighborhood. We went out on a friend's boat and enjoyed the sunshine.
S/C = 12.8/6
I have little problem coming in under the sugar max but usually hit 6 on my carbs.
Total carbs 77 so I'm still under the 120 max by a bunch.
Does anyone else have this problem?

Breakfast: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast
Snack: 1/2 Gnu Foods Espresso fiber bar SC = 4/1
Lunch: Ham and swiss with mustard on Sara Lee thin rounds
Snack: Nectar Fuzzy Navel Protein drink (awful warm, fair with ice: I got the trial pack and am working my way through them) and Del Real Carnitas (CostCo)
Dinner: Tuscan Spinach Chicken with Curry Row in the spinach..YUM
Snack: 1/2 Gnu Foods Espresso fiber bar SC = 4/1
Water-oid: 92 oz
Exercise: none
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Major fail for me. I gained weight this week - way way too much snack food around my house the last few days. I normally don't buy any but I got some chips for last weekend's Superbowl and ate some. Then I got snacks yesterday for my son to take to a friends house for an afternoon of D&D. Well, the kid brought most of them back home. And of course I ate some. So I'm beating my head against the wall this morning. Just gotta get back with it!

Hey Oropenda - you are doing so good! Thanks for posting your menus - I'm getting some ideas from you! How do make this Alfredo Beef Cauliflower stuff??
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Weigh In and Alfredo Beef Cauliflower and Zucchini Recipe

I'm down 1.8 for a total of 15.2.

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Alfredo Beef Cauliflower and Zucchini SC 3.1/0 2/7/12
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1.5 lbs lean ground beef or pork
1 T dried minced onion
2 tsp ground rosemary
1/2 (5 oz) bag frozen cauliflower; thawed and chopped
1 handful raw spinach
1 medium zucchini, diced
1/2 bottle Ragu Alfredo Sauce
salt, pepper and to taste
extra Romano cheese for the top

Brown ground beef with onions. Drain if needed. Add salt, pepper and rosemary to taste then add the zucchini and cauliflower.

Cover and let steam for about 5 minutes over medium heat, stirring occasionally.

Raise heat to high, pour on Alfredo sauce* and let simmer 2-3 minutes to heat through.

Top with a sprinkle of Romano cheese and enjoy!

*Note: use as much Alfredo as you like. I find 1/2 a jar is enough, but it you want it more soupy, add the whole thing!

Number of Servings: 4
Preparation Time: 25-30 minutes
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Recipe Experiment in Progress

For those who missed Jorge Cruise on the Dr. OZ show yesterday, he gave a recipe for Muffin in a Mug. It was bland for me so I spiced it up a bit. His recipe, then mine follows. If you have other suggestions, please post. It made a nice morning snack.

Muffin in a Mug: Skinny Muffin
Jorge on Dr Oz 2/13/2012 16:00 PT

1 t coconut oil 1T
1 pkt Stevia
1 tsp baking powder
2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 C flax seed
1 egg

Mix egg, add other ingredients and Nuke 50-55 seconds. top with butter
SC = 0/1

Serving Size: 1 microwave muffin
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Muffin in a Mug Pumpkin ala oro 2/14/12 SC = .75/1
(Not technically a Mug, but close enough)

Muffin:
1/4 C flax seeds
1 pkt Stevia
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 egg
1 T coconut oil
3 Walnuts, broken into small pieces

Topping:
1 T butter
1 tsp cinnamon
1 packet Stevia

In a small Magic Bullet Cup: melt 1 T coconut oil in microwave
Add egg and mix well.

In another small Magic Bullet Cup: grind flax seeds well, add pumpkin spices, Stevia and baking powder.

Add dry ingredients to egg mixture and mix well.

Stir in walnuts by hand. Use a silicone spatula to move ingredients on the sides to the bottom.

Microwave 45 seconds if you like it moist and 55 seconds if you like it dry.

Topping:
Mix butter, Stevia and cinnamon in a small bowl and microwave 15 seconds.

Pour topping over sliced muffin.

SC = .75/1

Serving Size: 1 microwave muffin

Other spice ideas:
Apple Pie Spiced (no apples though I may put in diced zucchini for moisture)
Ginger Snap: ginger, cinnamon and cloves
Espresso: 1/4 tsp instant coffee

Do you have any other spice combination suggestions?
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Old 02-16-2012, 04:46 PM   #627
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Thank you for the boost - we may have to resort to a firm kick in the rear!!! Totally screwed up this week!!! ARRGGHH. I have excuses, of course, hot flashes, not sleeping well, a husband who thinks low carbing is a "fad" and insists on cooking food I should not be eating. But I will get back on the horse. You're a sweetie Oropendola!!
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Old 02-17-2012, 06:13 AM   #628
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Ummm most "fads" don't last 40 years. No matter that Jorge is relatively new to the scene, BFC is another version of low carb and Atkins began in 1972. answers.life123.com/Nutrition/when_did_the_atkins_diet_start

I'm glad I have a husband that supports my journey. We sat down before I began and I explained how important it is for me to do this. Some days that means we have different meals but I'm worth it.

I'll post more meals. I stopped because it seemed like this was the oro show with no other comments and I wasn't comfortable with that.

All aboard!
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meals, meals and more meals

Mon 2/13 S/C/F = 10/4/31
B: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast no whipped cream
S: fiber bar
L: Del Real Carnitas (CostCo), mozzarella cheese
S: Protein Shake Nectar Sweets
S: chocoperfection, hemp hearts 2T
D: eggs, coconut oil, mozzarella cheese
S: fiber bar

Tue 2/14 S/C/F = 12/5/29
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets
S: Chia Cashew Breaskfast
S: bug juice -jj no blueberries
L: tuscan spinach chicken
S: Protein Shake PVL Arctic Cappuccino
S: fiber bar
D: Rouladen, Xantham Gum as gravy thickener
S: fiber bar

Wed 2/15 S/C/F = 11/4/34
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets, coconut oil
S: Muffin In A Mug: pumpkin spice, walnuts
L: Beef Taco Bake: used Taco Bell Seasonings YUM
S: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast no whipped cream, coconut oil
D: BLT Roll Up and Avocado
S: fiber bar, Jiff (a momentary weakness just before bed)

Thu 2/16 S/C/F = 6/4/38
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets
S: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast no whipped cream
L: La Tortilla Factory Smart & Delicious High Fiber, Del Real Carnitas,

mozzarella cheese
S: Muffin In A Mug: 1T almond butter and 1T SF Chocolate Chips
D: Rouladen
S: fiber bar

Fri 2/17 S/C/F = 5/3/32
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets
S: Muffin In A Mug: zucchini and apple pie spice
L: Del Real Carnitas, cheddar Cheese
S: Protein Shake Nectar Sweets
D: Thai Talay Yellow Curry Shrimp Spinach:
My fav restarant in Pismo Beach gave me the recipe
1 T Maesri Karee Curry Paste, 1 can coconut milk, 1 box spinach, 1 lb shrimp
S: Muffin In A Mug: 1/4 tsp instant coffee

Sat 2/18 S/C/F = 3/2/31
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets
S: Muffin In A Mug
L: Beef Taco Bake ala oro
S: ham cream cheese roll up
D: Rouladen
S: Muffin In A Mug

Sun 2/19 S/C/F = 5/2/27
B: Protein Shake 30g Nectar Sweets
S: Chia Ricotta Bowl Breakfast no whipped cream
L: Tuscan Spinach Chicken
S: Del Real Carnitas, mozzarella
D: Alfredo Beef Cauliflower and Zucchini Bake
S: Muffin In A Mug

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