04-18-2013, 04:22 AM
Can you put the recipe in the LCHF recipe group, so I can find it when I need it please? Even though it is not high fat, it is very low carb, thanks.
04-21-2013, 06:23 AM
Yes, I'll put the recipe over there. May also put it on Pinterest (it's where I find everything).
04-21-2013, 06:29 AM
yep, me too if I can remember what board I put it on! Wish it was easier to move pins from one board to another!
Originally Posted by RMS123
04-21-2013, 06:37 AM
If you go to edit, you can change which board it goes on. I just discovered that, because sometimes I get it on the wrong board.
04-21-2013, 06:44 AM
yep, but I am wanting to move multiple pins since I added some boards, and at least on my computer it is infuriatingly slow!
So have you made any decisions on how you will proceed from here or is a longer maintenance break in order?
04-21-2013, 06:48 AM
No, I'm not sure where to go. I posted on your journal that we are starting the foster care/adoption process and so I have been thinking about everything besides my weight for a few days now...which is not necessarily a bad thing!!! I didn't eat many veggies over the last few days and I feel better. Still coming back down from my carb attempts.
I did realize that *something* happened after my 4-6 week bout of the cold from the underworld. That's when my stomach started hurting from veggies and my sleep got messed up. Not sure what, but that's about when I can pinpoint my troubles. Not sure what it means in terms of fixing things, however...
04-21-2013, 07:03 AM
mmm, yes, it isn't like you took a bunch of meds and you can stop them.
For what it is worth, I am finding the 5:2 astronomically easier than the 4:3 because I can change the fasting day on the fly and not mess up my week. I have let myself a little too much freedom with carbs the past couple of days, which I will need to rein in a bit because they make me feel bloated and puffy. But I like feeling hunger and knowing it will pass and I won't!
04-21-2013, 07:05 AM
Yes, 5:2 might be more workable. What I find is that I can't, without eating a lot of stuff that doesn't leave me feeling good, get up to my UD calories, which both makes DDs hard and doesn't create the nice spread. But, 2 days/week seems manageable. Right now, I would just like to feel better
04-21-2013, 07:23 AM
I am not reaching my ud calories at the moment, but it is too early in the process to know if this will slow or stop the fat loss. I like what I did this past week and will keep it up for a while...
I start my work days the same. So a cup of green tea with 1/2T of half and half, then a cup of coffee with 2.5T of half and half in the morning. Then while I am at work I drink my 2 - 50oz ACV waters and if needed a cup of tea or bouillon. Once I get home I made a snack of 4oz greek yogurt, 1/2C blueberries, 1T raw walnuts and liquid stevia. Then I made dinner. For dinner on the fast days I just made a low cal meal for me and added starch for the boys (basically a nice piece of fish or chicken on a bed of salad very lightly dressed). On non-fast work days I used higher fat options like beef cooked in oil with a sauce.
The non-fast work days ended up being a moderate amount of calories. Interestingly on my 2 non-fast non-work days my calories have not reached my upper limit-weird cause yesterday I made pizza with homemade crust, and cookies.
I am going to generally limit carbs though, I feel better without them, I just need to increase the fat on my non-work non-fasting days. Maybe throw the MCT into my morning smoohtie again.
04-21-2013, 07:31 AM
One of my problems has been planning -- not having the right stuff available. Also, I didn't have any quick/easy options for mom/DH on DDs and then I would get tempted in the cooking process (I'm not strong like Sabine). And when I don't plan, I'm like, well, now what can I eat? Not particularly helpful