snapple has a whole lot of sugar in it.. that could be holding you back. You could try switching to an unsweetened tea and see if it makes a difference?
No the snapple that I drink do not have any sugar in it this is sugar free they use aspartame in it instead.
oh, ok... I am not sure how aspartame affects weight loss. I had to stop drinking beverages containing that several years ago so that I could get rid of the migraine headaches (and it actually worked, no migraines since!).
I also wanted to tell you, great job! I know how hard it is to lose weight and keep it off... I've lost well over 100lbs in the last year, and did a lot of yo-yo-ing for many years before that. So good work and keep that motivation going!
breakfast today 2 kirkland beef hot dogs with 4 eggs
dinner 3 kirkland beef hot dogs and 1/2 avocado
lunch 20 Shrimps nothing on them
breakfast 5 slices of bacon with 4 eggs
snacks 1 cup of mixed nuts and 9 spears of pickles
are you eating any veggies or fruits at all? They're really good for you & packed with vitamins. Especially the veggies. I have to be careful with fruit or it can stall weight loss. But veggies never seem to hinder the weight loss for me.
I think bacon and hot dogs are not ideal as staples for a primal diet. It looks like maybe you are thinking only about your carb count and not so much about the rest?
Think about switching your focus a bit to eating food in it's most un-processed state and in finding the most nutrient dense meals you can. Ground beef, steaks, roast, pork belly, fish, etc cooked in a nice fat (butter, coconut oil, ghee, tallow) served with some nice veggies with some fruit or a little dark chocolate for dessert if you feel like it. Try to eat some homemade bone stocks, liver, bone marrow and other nutrient dense foods. Eat large, satisfying meals and try to keep snacking to a minimum.
Nuts may slow you down as well - especially in that quantity. They can be inflammatory and are certainly packed with calories.
ETA - best to ditch the snapple. Aspartame is not good. Drink water, tea, coffee - but nothing with an ingredient list
Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )
Sounds like you are basically doing atkins(not the worst thing).
Eating vegetables would help.
Eating higher quality meat would help.
Nuts are one of the very few things that stop my fatloss cold, if not make me fatter.