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  • Small breakfast. 4 slices of bacon, washed down with a liquid fat bomb made with 1/4 cup heavy cream, 3/4 cup coconut cream, 1 raw egg and some ice. Since it's Saturday I threw in a packet of Sugar Twin, even though I probably signed my own death warrant by doing that.

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    • Four eggs, sunny side up and 1/4 lb. of deer sausage.
      Started my journey on May 22, 2010:

      Beginning weight ~180
      Current weight ~145

      Nov. 9, 2009........Nov. 9, 2010.....Jun. 17, 2011
      LDL 155...............LDL 176............LDL 139
      HDL 39................HDL 66..............HDL 95
      TGL 154..............TGL 77..............TGL 49

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      • 2 organic/free run eggs sunny side up (didn't break the yolks today so it was a happy day! lol!) 2 fat slices of ham fried in EVOO, and a big fat sliced local tomato! Yummy!!

        Oh... and coffee. Of course.

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        • Cajun spiced chicken livers; scrambled eggs with cheeze and mushrooms; Kefir smoothie and coffee.

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          • 3 Hard boiled Eggs blended with 1 TB Coconut Butter. Green Beans. Coffee with splash of almond milk.

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            • Parts of my body. Hopefully mostly from that little cap of fat over my lower 4 abs!
              activate the rhythm, the rhythm that has always been within

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              • Hash made up of shredded cabbage & radish, chopped onion and bacon nicely browned in bacon fat with a poached egg on top.
                312/149/150

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                • I had 2 eggs, a cooked tomato and about an oz of lamb bacon (the closest thing to real bacon I can cook in my home). It was very good, except too fatty for me (the meat was 80% fat and 20% meat, tasted ok, but would have been better with more muscle/tissue).

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                  • 2 cage free egg omelet with crumbled sausage, cheese, peppers, onions, & diced tomatoes, half an avocado, handful of frozen blueberries followed by coffee with heavy cream. I can't seem to get away from this one - it is so good and so filling. It gets me past lunch time no problem.

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                    • Schnitzel a la Holstein...leftover pork schnitzel and asparagus with a fried egg on top.

                      (I used almond flour instead of the traditional wheat flour/bread crumbs.)
                      312/149/150

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                      • I love the ideas I get from all of you, but I'm feeling lazy today:

                        onion sauteed in bacon grease, two beaten eggs scrambled in

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                        • i had a monster of a green smoothie: in the mix...
                          -1/2 avocado
                          -1c almond milk
                          -1c water
                          -a few kale stalks
                          -big chunk of cucumber
                          -cinnamon, a spoonful of chia and flax seed
                          -chunk of lemon and wedge of ginger root

                          i had it at 7am on my drive into work. not even close to feeling hungry yet!

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                          • Originally posted by localad View Post
                            Parts of my body. Hopefully mostly from that little cap of fat over my lower 4 abs!
                            That's what I usually have for breakfast. Good shit!

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                            • Chicken liver, heart and egg curry with greek yoghurt and a glass of milk.

                              Adapted the curry from a liver curry recipe in Charmaine Solomon's Indian Cooking for Pleasure. Contains coconut oil and coconut milk and is absolutely delicious
                              Four years Primal with influences from Jaminet & Shanahan and a focus on being anti-inflammatory. Using Primal to treat CVD and prevent stents from blocking free of drugs.

                              Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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                              • Hard boiled egg, 1/2 avocado, peach -- awesome!

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