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    Todays meal plan:

    breakfast - 2 eggs scrambled and coffee with a dash of milk
    lunch - going out to cafe so will be on the lookout for a low carb meal such as chicken salad or meat and veggies
    dinner - steak and eggs

    after dinner snack - low carb chocolate

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    Double cream is even less

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    I have sugar free chocolate after dinner. I get the sugarless Co 30g bars. I buy them from the local Farmer Jacks supermarket or from the chemist. 1 x 30g bar has 2 or 3 grams of carbs.

    http://www.sugarlessco.com/our-produ...chocolate.html
    thanks! Anyone else have anything they make/bake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Double cream is even less
    Light Cream - 7.1
    Heavy Cream - 6.6
    Double Cream - 6.25

    Slightly less.

    I try to stick to 20g of carbs a day so I really can't fit in too much milk or cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Ahh ok i see the free info stuff on the site.

    I guess im just going to have to disagree, my father has had several massive heart attacks from age 37 onwards, his life has been saved by lowering his cholesterol and avoiding saturated fats.
    Ok no worries, have a read of that link as it dispels the myth that fat is the cause of high cholesterol and causes heart attacks. The body needs saturated fats to protect against heart disease and sugar and wheat are the cause.

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    I will gracefully leave the thread as go over to the IQS and fat revolution thread. Good luck girls
    Last edited by lilypily; 17-06-2014 at 12:36.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminary View Post
    I'm on the low carb Musashi shake. It's vanilla and tastes so nice!


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    Is this a carton one or a powder one? I'll have to have a look, I find the powdery taste of protein things kills me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Just stumbled across this recipe. Sounds delicious

    http://www.fitsugar.com/Gluten-Free-...uffin-30839677
    These look good, thanks for posting.
    I like Maxine's Burn too - the best low carb shake I've tried (and I've tried lots)

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    So I went out for lunch to a Japanese restaurant. We shared edamame beans, miso soup, teriyaki chicken and beef and some sushi rolls. Not too bad, didn't have any rice but....I had a glass of red wine. Just looked it up and looks like a glass of wine has about 8g of carbs.

    Will not be under 20g carbs today, but not too far over, could've been worse.

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    Been very well behaved today. At 10g so far.


 

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