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    Today I ate

    Frittata
    Grilled Salmon and veggies
    Pulled pork and coleslaw
    Bliss balls

    Exercise- walked to school and back x2 and a pump class at the gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    anything with eggs. Full of protein to fill you up. Boiled, omelette, frittata.
    Bacon and eggs
    butter
    cream
    cheese
    salads
    dip with chopped celery and carrot. The Delish dips are both yummy and very low carb.
    Protein and veg - so steak/chicken/fish and vegies, just don't have too much potato. Substitute with sweet potato or cauliflower mash.
    Tunned tuna
    Stir fry
    naked burgers - basically what you put on a burger minus the bun, it really is still yummy.


    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/coll...tions,low-carb
    Thanks for that! I think I'm going to try to implement that sort of eating on my non fast days. But gah I love bread! And rice! And pasta 😞

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    I don't know if LCHF would work for me, with my familial hypercholesterolaemia (basically inherited high cholesterol levels - mine were 8.4 at the age of 16, and supposed to be I think no more than 5.5).

    It's a challenge trying to find something that will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    I don't know if LCHF would work for me, with my familial hypercholesterolaemia (basically inherited high cholesterol levels - mine were 8.4 at the age of 16, and supposed to be I think no more than 5.5).

    It's a challenge trying to find something that will work.
    I saw a tv show on this issue and the weight loss from eating this way lowered people's cholesterol levels. So the weight loss from eating low carb and high fat is much better for you than being overweight.

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    I'm struggling with LCHF at the moment as I just can't get my head around being non dairy at the moment. My go to snacks/meals used to heavily revolve around dairy (cheese/cream etc) - I know there are heaps of other options but I've decided to try a different track until I can complete some challenges with DD to confirm CMSPI.

    I've been reading I Quit Sugar and it really resonates with me. So I've chosen some meals/snacks and done an online shop (delivered tomorrow).

    So my goals:
    Eating: to reduce mount of sugar in my diet, eat more whole foods.

    Exercise: to be active for at least 15 mins a day - even if this is walking to shops pushing pram/toddler.
    Also to do core exercises as recommended by Physio to reduce my muscle separation.

    Hope everyone has a great weekend!

    PS I tried the cinnamon on my porridge this morning - totally doable 👍

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    Wobbly - good news is cream and cheese has very little carbs so go crazy. It's milk and yogurt that is a no no

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Wobbly - good news is cream and cheese has very little carbs so go crazy. It's milk and yogurt that is a no no
    Unfortunately I've had to go dairy free due to my DD (who's breastfed) showing signs of Cows milk protein intolerance - so cheese/cream are out. This is my struggle 😢

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    I saw a tv show on this issue and the weight loss from eating this way lowered people's cholesterol levels. So the weight loss from eating low carb and high fat is much better for you than being overweight.
    Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Unfortunately I've had to go dairy free due to my DD (who's breastfed) showing signs of Cows milk protein intolerance - so cheese/cream are out. This is my struggle ������
    Ahh I see

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Ahh I see
    I was so looking forward to scrambled eggs with cream, cheese boards, crust less quiches.


 

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