Primal 123, If you read the comments section, you will notice that the creator of that keto calculator does not believe that you need a certain level of fat to reach Nutritional Ketosis, nor does he believe that limiting protein is necessary. For those reasons, I am going to take the calculations with a grain of salt.
The EMF thread is based on the NK research of Jan Kwasniewski, Phinney and Volek, and Rosedale
You can also alter the carb amount. the 25 number is just a suggestion.
Thanks Demuralist. I'm having some Twinings now with 1 little tub of half & half. I'll bring some HWC to work with me. The Red Velvet tea sounds wonderful.
If caffeine is not a problem for you they have a Double Dark Chocolate Mate that is fantastic with some fat and sweet in it, and there is also a Chocolate Yerba mate that is very good with some fat and sweet in it as well. And last night I boiled a tablespoon of cocoa nibs (they were in a tea strainer) in water and had that with some cream and stevia. Not so chocolate but more of a caramel flavor actually, very yummy.
Some of you were talking about weight and clothing size a few pages back. Today I was looking for some inspirational images to print out, when I came across this: Marie Claire Average Weight Feature | BGM Agency | The Authentic Modelling Agency | Plus Size Models
(It includes pages from an article in Marie Claire. I can't find a link to the actual article in Marie Claire, however, you can read enough to get the message)
I find the photos sort of reassuring, since I have NO idea what I'd look like at that weight (and it's only about 9 lbs over my "goal" weight.)
SW 209 | PSW 203 | GW 158
Created by MyFitnessPal.com - Free Calorie Counter
Ok. I just wanted to pull you back to reality. A little whining every once a while is healthy, as long as it doesnt last too long
The tea will also help...I'll pick some up when I go grocery shopping on Saturday...in the meantime, broth, lol.