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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    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
    Glad everyone is ok xox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    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.
    Good idea.

    If you are worried about your cholesterol levels you might be best to stick to lean meats like skinless chicken breast and fish.

    I don't have any issues with my cholesterol so I am going to focus on weight loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    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.
    Thanks this is pretty much what I'm finding. It's hard, expensive and tastes like crap. I think it's a goid thing to try to wean off my sweet tooth anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    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
    Glad you are ok.

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    I had 3 eggs scrambled for breakfast and coffee with a dash of milk.

    Morning snack is a coke zero.

    Weighed in at 57.5kg today. First goal is to get back to 55kg (I got there in December but since then i let the weight creep back on)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    I had 3 eggs scrambled for breakfast and coffee with a dash of milk.

    Morning snack is a coke zero.

    Weighed in at 57.5kg today. First goal is to get back to 55kg (I got there in December but since then i let the weight creep back on)
    Won't be far off! Good job

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    It seems I've hit ketosis today. Really thirsty and no appetite. All I've had all day was a small handful of macadamias, a black brewed coffee and a small slice of frittata. Normally I would be ravenous, but instead I'm not the slightest bit hungry. Hoping to really work hard over the next week to keep carbs really low so I can burn the fat

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Good idea.

    If you are worried about your cholesterol levels you might be best to stick to lean meats like skinless chicken breast and fish.

    I don't have any issues with my cholesterol so I am going to focus on weight loss.
    Thank you both. I actually enjoyed my omelette for breakfast, and it kept me full for ages - thanks for the tips!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    It seems I've hit ketosis today. Really thirsty and no appetite. All I've had all day was a small handful of macadamias, a black brewed coffee and a small slice of frittata. Normally I would be ravenous, but instead I'm not the slightest bit hungry. Hoping to really work hard over the next week to keep carbs really low so I can burn the fat
    Awesome work delirium!!!


 

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