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HCLF: lean red meat, eggs, low-fat dairy, bone broth/gelatin, fruits, seafood, liver, small amount of starch (oatmeal, white rice, potatoes, carrots), small amount of saturated fat (butter/ghee/coconut/dark chocolate/cheese).
... you're still worryed about the always-tired Co-Worker who never eats lunch but has 1l of coke and 2 large pieces of bread every single day
Originally posted by The_Introvert_HuntressView Post
... When you almost cry when you find out that the tub of yoghurt which you brought to work is sickenly sweet.
(It's almost a small bucket full of yoghurt... c'm one, that's bound to be full fat! But no, apparently it has 4.1 gr. of fat to 100 gr. yoghurt and 4.5 gr. of sugar. Which makes it only a tad sour and a lot sweet... )
4.5% doesn't sound too bad - we have some 12%+ sugar and low fat yoghurt over here /:
What to do: Eat real food, enjoy your food, get out into the sun as often as possible, move around, sleep well and early (like before 11 p.m.), have health as your main goal.
You are probably going to fail if you: Restrict carbs or fat or calories, avoid fruit (because sugar derp), punish yourself with diet/exercise, have weight loss as your only goal,....
Every time I go and buy a pack of bottled water, the cashier asks if I need help getting it to the car. I tell them no, hoist onto my shoulder, and walk to the car in high heels. You should see the looks I get with a 24 pack of water on my shoulder and a handful of grocery bags in the other hand, walking toward them in heels. (I tend to stop by on my way home from work. )
High heels? Hardly primal. Every time I see a woman in high heels, my knees hurt and my back aches.
... 4.5% doesn't sound too bad - we have some 12%+ sugar and low fat yoghurt over here /:
Send it here. The only whole milk yogurt we have is yobaby, which is organic and 12g of sugar in a 4 oz serving. I plan on using it as a starter culture, but I'll probably eat the rest. It's still half the sugar of every other brand.
Yodiewan, thank you for the advice. I have been to the dentist and she has ruled out bruxism. Her advice is not to chew for 2 weeks and not widen my mouth further than 1 cm. If it hasn't disolved by then I had to come back. I so hope this is just a once in a lifetime experience.