B: Bacon, c.cheese, omelet (hmm too much bacon I think)
L: Tandoori chicken, salad, red wine
D: Flank steak, salad, mushroom sauce
S: Piece of cheddar, 2 squares dark chocolate, red wine
I had a snack!! Grrr I wasn't even hungry! I was just bored. Not tomorrow. I have a feeling I gained more weight coz I feel a bit bloated.
I think dairy makes me bloat, but it's soooo good. I will cut dairy starting October (whole30)
Here's some pics:[ATTACH]9341[/ATTACH][ATTACH]9342[/ATTACH]
[QUOTE=lowcarbjas;962548]I'm loving Cronometer...[/QUOTE]
I guess I need to google that, LOL
@PP it just records what I ate/nutrients/kcal/exercise. It helps me keep track of how many carbs I'm eating. Us diabetics have to stay lower than others unfortunately.
That chicken looks awesome..... have a recipe?
The chicken was proper easy - I just bought Pataks Tandoori paste, marinaded the chicken in a couple of tablespoons of it and put it in the oven for 30 mins.
I usually make everything from scratch but couldn't be bothered yesterday afternoon coz baby was going a bit nuts.
[B][U]Weight[/U][/B]: 140.2 lbs
Ok I'm starting to panic now. The mushroom sauce had a bit of cream in it and I had a snack, so that probably amounts to the weight gain.
I'm freaking out a little bit coz I'm visiting my mum in November for Thanksgiving & I wanted to be back down to pre-pregnancy weight (120lbs)
Hey, thanks for poping into my journal. Really glad to see you going Primal. I highly, highly recommend that your read Dr. Hymans Blood Sugar Solution, it goes hand in hand with Primal Blueprint, just ditch the beans. It has helped me so much, I thought I was a diabetic goner, but my sugars are coming into line.
And do pick up a kettlebell or two, you really need to get some weight training in, it really helps with the insulin resistance. Also, kettlebells are great for working at home and I know with the new born, that you don't have gym time......
Good luck and I will be following you.
@Tormag I'm really missing the gym! I *hate* running with a passion coz I suck, but I think I'll enjoy kettlebelling (is that even a word??)
[B][U]Weight[/U][/B]: 139.4 lbs