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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    I am not concerned with portion sizes or calories. I eat as much as i like of meat cheese and eggs.

    I am only concerned with my intake of carbs to try and get into, and stay in ketosis.

    I have read a lot of articles that say it is important to eat a lot of fat when doing this type of diet, so that you feel full, which will assist you to maintain the diet over a long period of time and reach your goal weight.

    This is why I like this eating plan, can eat as much meat eggs and cheese as you like. I struggle with calorie deficit diets where you have to stop eating at a certain point once you have reached your calorie limit for the day.
    I think this is why I like it too. I'm not worried about eating too much, it's easy to follow without thinking too hard about it.

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    Subbing to join. Will go back and read then come
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    I think I've hit ketosis. I'm feeling abut wired and have restless legs. I've been very task focused today too.

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    Thanks, you too it's funny because since I started LCHF last week or so (thanks to your posts), my calories (I track in my fitness pal) are less than when I was tracking calories - for reasons you say I guess - I'm just staying fuller for longer and not needing as many empty calories that carbs provide. I may be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Are you allergic to all cheeses? Goats cheese etc?

    1 tomato has about 5 grams of carbs.

    If you want to know how many grams of carbs any food contains, google is your friend.

    Vegetables that are high in carbs and best avoided are:
    I'm not sure about goats cheese actually, I've never tried it before. So if tomatoes have 5 grams of carbs does that mean I can eat them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    I'm not sure about goats cheese actually, I've never tried it before. So if tomatoes have 5 grams of carbs does that mean I can eat them?
    I aim to eat 20g of carbs a day, because I know this will get me into ketosis and I will lose weight.

    If I were you, I would start writing down what you eat and try and work out how many grams of carbs you are consuming in a day.

    What have you been eating?

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    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/5156/kiev+style+chicken

    This looks like it would be nice obviously minus the polenta

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    Del! Dellllll!! @delirium

    Look what i found to make for the dip!!

    http://www.sugarfreechic.com/2012/12/salami-chips/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Del! Dellllll!! @delirium

    Look what i found to make for the dip!!

    http://www.sugarfreechic.com/2012/12/salami-chips/
    I've made those before, they are yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Del! Dellllll!! @delirium

    Look what i found to make for the dip!!

    http://www.sugarfreechic.com/2012/12/salami-chips/
    oohhhh interesting that's a great idea. Have you tried it yet?


 

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