I've always been curious as to why everyone proudly states they don't drink milk but still eat cheese. Cheese may be low-carb, but the way cheese is processed isolates the casein protein and concentrates it. You consume a way higher casein load relative to milk.
Last edited by kcarol; 11-14-2012 at 09:51 PM.
I'm doing a Whole30 this month, with exceptions the weekend of the 14th (boyfriend's birthday & Orthodox Easter), allowing bacon, and whey protein powder.
Current interests - Starting Strength (reading it very slowly)
^^ His life is his food, which he must spend probably 80% of his day consuming because fruitarianism requires upwards of 5000 calories a day to avoid emaciation.
Last edited by kcarol; 11-14-2012 at 11:01 PM.
This log is really good to look back on stalls, calories, etc. I've been spontaneously eating very low calorie lately, which has led to some weight loss. I'm not intentionally trying to eat minimally. Last weigh-in was 180.0. Finally getting back on track.
I had some Tom Kha Goong later, so roughly ~1400 calories.
I also had a lettuce chicken wrap and a "raw cheesecake" that day, that I have no idea how to put into Fitday. So I had, I want to guess, ~1200 calories.
And a couple other days before that were 1300-1500. I think one of those super low days I splurged on another lettuce wrap and 1/2 raw cheesecake, but I can't remember. I also cheated with a butterfinger or two. Bad Kim!
Last edited by kcarol; 05-07-2012 at 02:10 PM.
What is raw cheesecake?
Yesterday I ate roughly ~1800 calories, including cheating with some cake from my sister's birthday. I think the extra calories rebounded:
I'm still trying to let hunger dictate my eating habits. But it's been, like I said, weirdly low...