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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I read that you subtract the
    Fibre figure from the carb amount and your left with the bad Carb content? Anyone know if this is true?
    I'm not sure if this applies to Australian labelling as the way our carbs and fibre are labelled is different but in America it's counted that way, I'll have to see if I can find a link to the info, one of the ladies on a low carb forum I'm on explained it much better haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    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
    It's the powder form in a plastic container, but it does taste great. I have it with Skim Milk, because I can't stand it with water and it tastes better. It's only $20 for a container that lasts 2 weeks (if you only have it for breaky) but if you have it twice a day breaky/lunch it only may last a week. You can get a bigger container too. I started out with the smaller one INCASE I hated it. The bigger container is $40. I got it from Chemist Outlet. It says LOW CARB on the front.


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    Hey everyone so i decided to try half water half skim milk in my protein shake this morning, very excited to say its not repulsive!!!! Takes it from 12 g of carbs down to 5! *cartwheels* yipppeee!

    Now to give up my beloved yogurt....

    Next week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Hey everyone so i decided to try half water half skim milk in my protein shake this morning, very excited to say its not repulsive!!!! Takes it from 12 g of carbs down to 5! *cartwheels* yipppeee!

    Now to give up my beloved yogurt....

    Next week!
    Nice work ZE! One step at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminary View Post
    It's the powder form in a plastic container, but it does taste great. I have it with Skim Milk, because I can't stand it with water and it tastes better. It's only $20 for a container that lasts 2 weeks (if you only have it for breaky) but if you have it twice a day breaky/lunch it only may last a week. You can get a bigger container too. I started out with the smaller one INCASE I hated it. The bigger container is $40. I got it from Chemist Outlet. It says LOW CARB on the front.


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    How many grams of carbs per serve?

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    I see there has been discussion of making recipes like low carb choc brownies etc.

    When I did low carb last year to lose baby weight, I tried lots of those types of recipes and I did not have much success. I spent lots of money on ingredients like stevia and it all tasted gross and the recipes are not really low enough in carbs to eat much anyway

    I found the best things to snack on are meats, cheese and eggs.

    I have a really sweet tooth so I have sugar free choc after dinner.

    My advice is to stick to meat cheese and eggs as much as you can.

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    I am so confused - so a question for the egg eaters; Eggs are high protein, low carb. Right. BUT, they are high cholesterol - so isn't that bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    I am so confused - so a question for the egg eaters; Eggs are high protein, low carb. Right. BUT, they are high cholesterol - so isn't that bad?
    Im doing low carb to lose weight. Im not worried about cholesterol levels, just focusing on weight loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    I am so confused - so a question for the egg eaters; Eggs are high protein, low carb. Right. BUT, they are high cholesterol - so isn't that bad?
    For me if im going to eat more than two eggs in a day (which I'm not cause i prefer chicken and tuna to eat instead) but i will do 1 whole egg with then 1 eggwhite each time.

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    Off the bandwagon for breakfast this morning we had a terrible night last night which included 3 fire trucks at my house (everyone is fine thankfully and nothing's damaged) so I had maccas for breakfast:/ will eat super low for the rest of the day and tomorrow's a new day


 

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