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    Default Low Carb Diet Support thread

    There are a few of us doing a low carb high protein diet atm, so come and join me to chat and gain support in your weightloss journey!

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    Me! Starting tomorrow. I've managed to stay clear of diet soft drinks for nearly a week so I figure I'm ready for the next step!

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    subbing...for what is to come. It's worked in the past after each bub but DH refuses to do it with me and I know I get so cranky and tired when doing it. Will be great to have the support! Will be joining you ladies soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Me! Starting tomorrow. I've managed to stay clear of diet soft drinks for nearly a week so I figure I'm ready for the next step!
    I'm bad for sugar free energy drinks. I love them. Going to try to substitute them with more water.

    So my plan the last 2 weeks has been massive salads with a serving of protein - a boiled egg, deli meat or lean steak cut up into strips. I find the protein really fills me up. Have been eating much better.... says me sipping a glass of wine

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    Yay! Although I am not totally carb-less, just no carbs after midday as I need the energy of a morning and have all my dairy and fruit then.

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    I would like to join you girls too!

    Would love some ideas on what to eat, that's my main struggle, finding ideas on what to have!!

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    For what meal RazzyBear? Dinner is quite easy - a small portion of lean meat or fish and then as many veggies as you like. Breakfast is tricky as I have time constraints but omelette is great. Lunch tuna and salad?

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    Breakfast - I've never been big on breakfast, I will often have a helping of Serena chili tuna (I'm very particular with tuna, must be serena).

    Lunch - a big salad

    snacks - nuts, cherry tomatoes, fruit

    dinner - salad, or frittata (which I make in bulk and will sometimes eat for lunch). Lean steak or chicken with heaps of vegies.

    I don't go completely carb free, doing so is no good for muscle development if you are a gymer, and leaves you feeling exhausted. So I may have a lunch twice a week with salad in mountain bread. I've had 2 slices of toast every now and then. So I've hugely cut down on the carbs but not totally removed them.

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    When I've done it in the past, I've had 2 boiled eggs for breakfast or a rasher and 1 fried egg or scrambled eggs.

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    Is anyone doing high fat? I'm going LCHF


 

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