|02-12-2013, 07:39 AM||#1|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: May 2011
Stats: 220/181.8/162.0 (5'9")
Start Date: April 2011
Total Cholesterol 270 to 181
Total Cholesterol 270
Total Cholesterol 181
LDL 114 14 more to lose
I'm wondering if eating the coconut oil bark, and little fiber in my diet made my cholesterol high.
I stopped eating the coconut oil bark after my October 13th lab work. I only use it to stir-fry.
Fiber I added;
I started eating one small apple a day smeared with peanut butter.
I have Bob's Redmill High Fiber Cereal w/1 teaspoon of cinnamon & almond milk, w/NuNaturals pure liquid stevia added, every morning.
I have one cup of beans everyday, w/1-2 cloves of garlic finely chopped added to it.
I've blend 1/2 cup mixed frozen berries, almond milk, stevia for a lunch 3 x a week
Baked fish, sardines, kippers, anchovies, or tuna salad 3-4 x a week.
Four celery stalks @ day for crunch snack.
Steamed veggies with my meals.
I cut down on beef (the bunless burgers), I'm eating more chicken breasts.
I drink lots of water. Ice cold glass is always at my side, and I make sure I drink 2 quarts or more a day.
I exercise a 15 minute brisk walk after breakfast, and a 15 minute brisk walk after dinner
I stop eating after 6 pm....if needed I'll eat a SF jello, or eat my apple if I didn't eat it during the day.
I seem to be losing weight faster too Five pounds to goal. And the baby bump is gone. This all happened when I upped my fiber.
Fish oil capsules 3 a day
Vit C 1000 1 a day
Vit E 400 i.u. 1 a day
Vit D3 1000 1 a day
Magneisum 400 mg 2 x a day
3 RX's taken
AC1 @ 5.6
Looking good so far. Next test & doc visit will be in April. Fingers crossed the meds will disappear next
|02-18-2013, 09:46 PM||#2|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Fort Gordon, Georgia
Stats: 198.8/176.6/155 (for now) 5'6"
WOE: Nutrisystem Uniquely Yours Diabetes
Start Date: June 2, 2017
Thank u for sharing your story.
I will write my #'s tomorrow.
"Overeating is always a decision, nobody forces your hand to pick up food and put it into your mouth."
"What you eat in private is what you wear in public."