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Chris Kresser was great. Very down to earth and practical. Bulletproof coffee was yummy, when I tried it a few times last year, or whenever it came out some time ago. Just decided I preferred real food, rather than incorporate on a regular basis.
Starting out my morning with bulletproof coffee. Well, my version of it because I'm not buying Asprey's expensive stuff. My own coffee, pasture butter, and coconut oil. Just a teaspoon of each of the fats because I think going whole hog would make me ill. It does seem like an awful lot of calories to drink. And a lot of dishes to do when I'm not even eating!
Ate ice cream last night and woke up this morning a pizza face! First time in ages. Yuck! I've eaten expensive gelato, but this was Haagen Daas with every bad thing except gluten.
Pizza face....haven't heard that one since high school I bet you clear up in record time once you get back to "clean" eating.
I started re-reading your journal yesterday. The goat with the cupcake still cracks me up.
Well, there is no way I can choke down bulletproof coffee every morning. Not for me. Maybe would like bulletproof tea better, although I don't know if that works.
Snow today! I've been listening to the forecasts, and the experts can't figure out how much we are going to get. Couple inches so far. So pretty. I went out and cleared the birdfeeder and loaded it up with seeds and suet. (Pretty primal!)
Get a decent scale. If you're going to weigh yourself, do it right. Ditch the old analog thing that has hair stuck all over it. You probably already know the rules - weigh yourself at the same time of day, either in the same clothes or with no clothes. But you can make your own rules. Some people find weighing very motivating and useful. For others, weighing sends them into a tailspin. I'm in the former camp, but I understand the latter. Either way, make peace with it, and do it - or not do it - consistently.