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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Aren't you concerned about calorie intake though? Eggs are around 100 calories each so 5 eggs is half your calorie allowance for the day?
    This is a low carb diet support thread - it's really not about calories at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] biscotti View Post
    This is a low carb diet support thread - it's really not about calories at all
    I understand that - I was curious and she answered my question and has been helpful.

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    Tomorrow is looking like this;

    Brekky - 2 eggs and black coffee
    Chobani yoghurt
    Lunch - carrot, celery, hommus, shaved chicken
    Almonds and cranberries
    Dinner - chicken and brocoli stir fry

    I'm starting week 3 of couch to 5k this week. My diet has needed an overhaul for ages!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    I understand that - I was curious and she answered my question and has been helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Hmmm... Might make it a bit difficult for you. You could have just bacon for breakfast, or a quiche or frittata with ham and cheese, and mushrooms. I ate a lot of home made bacon and egg quiche last year whilst losing weight.

    From my experience, If you are going to eat low carb to get into ketosis for weight loss, then you have to eat lots of eggs, meat and cheese.
    Thanks - actually I do like omelette if it has heaps of topping so might try that. When I hear people say they ate 3 eggs, my mind pictures a row of hard boiled eggs
    thank you!

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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
    This looks great! I'll be cooking this up on Thursday. Thanks for sharing

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    I'm loving the ideas so far. This thread has been an eye opener. i never realised the hidden carbs in so many of my foods. I looked at my non sugar free energy drinks in the fridge, 50g whopping carbs in one can So it looks like black coffee will be my charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Tomorrow is looking like this;

    Brekky - 2 eggs and black coffee
    Chobani yoghurt
    Lunch - carrot, celery, hommus, shaved chicken
    Almonds and cranberries
    Dinner - chicken and brocoli stir fry

    I'm starting week 3 of couch to 5k this week. My diet has needed an overhaul for ages!!!
    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!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    There's not much point skipping milk in your coffee is you are eating yoghurt and dried fruit which are both full of carbs!
    This is why I've cut out the chobani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    This is why I've cut out the chobani.
    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.


 

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