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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    This looks like a great plan, but if you are trying to do low carb then you should consider changing the yoghurt and the almonds and cranberries for some low carb snacks. I don't mean to criticise, just offering some constructive feedback.

    Some low carb snacks could include, cold meats such as ham, prosciutto etc, boiled egg, cheese, an omelette.

    There's not much point skipping milk in your coffee if you are eating yoghurt and dried fruit which are both full of carbs!
    Good point! I think I'll have to ease my way I to it... Appreciate the feedback

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I was going to ask about cheese... it's ok? I love cheese and can't eat a salad without it.

    I'm sitting here drinking black coffee, and it really isn't that bad!
    Check out the nutritional panel on the cheese packet to see how many grams of carbs your cheese has in it. Most cheese is very low carb but not all, so best to check the label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    From my experience, it's not possible to have too much dairy and lose weight when following this type of eating plan. A bit of milk in tea and coffee can fit in but I couldn't fit a yoghurt into my daily carb limit, it has way too many carbs.
    When you say dairy, what type of dairy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    When you say dairy, what type of dairy?
    I was referring to milk and yoghurt. I was successful in losing weight when I cut out yoghurt and cut right down on milk in tea and coffee.

    Most cheeses (not all) are low in carbs and I use cream in cooking.

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    Hows everyone going this morning? Whats on the menu today?

    Breaky i felt like i needed more than a protein shake so instead i had 1x egg scrambled with some mushrooms and a slice of ham sautéed.

    Lunch is fajitahs again.

    I had a killer detox headache last night >_< hadto go to bed to get rid of it.

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    Breakfast: scrambled eggs

    Lunch: leftover bacon frittata

    Dinner: not sure yet - maybe savoury mince (no rice 😞)

    Snacks: diced ham and a protein bar

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    Breakfast I drank half a disgusting protein shake lol

    Coffee with a splash of milk

    Lunch left over chicken and Indian spiced cauliflower

    Dinner- no idea maybe fajita!

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    Full fat everything and you can't go wrong. Have cream in your coffee yummy

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    I'm on the low carb Musashi shake. It's vanilla and tastes so nice!


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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Full fat everything and you can't go wrong. Have cream in your coffee yummy
    Doesnt apply to low carb tho lily.


 

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