This will not be a workout day and I am stumped on breakfast.
I am feeling crampy because it is that time of the month so I am skipping my workout.
I dislike eggs, am tired of turkey/cheese/avo/kale roll ups. My smoothie is too carby for a non workout day. Really all I want is a glass of milk with protein powder, would that be too bad?
I am working on building some muscle and losing BF and have been busting my butt and don't want to blow it before I check my BF tomorrow AM.
If you want milk with protein powder, have milk with protein powder. But check your weight next morning - if you see a visible bulge, go for a non-dairy option next time.
I like a cup of hot broth, so if that feels appealing have it on a standby
Also, do you like fish? Canned or smoked salmon or sardines with fresh greens or sprouts are great for breakky. I also make tuna smoothies, with a couple of cans of tuna blended with egg whites, garlic and hot sauce for a super lean real protein shake. Shrimps with freshly made salsa is another fav of mine on non-carb days....
Oh, and for super low carb smoothie, you can use a bunch of greens (spinach), celery, cucumber and tomato paste to thicken it with cilatro, lime and other spices (and egg whites for protein)...
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Salad does not sound appealing at all....although I do have some chicken bone broth in the frig. That might just be perfect. I am sorting needing a comfort food this morning :-)
Never thought about the dairy. I have a pretty iron gut and I don't think it bothers me however, something I should keep an eye on (scale wise) thanks for that tip.
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Leftover dinner. It's what's for breakfast.
One cup of high quality coffee with a tea spoon of coconut oil.
Nothing wrong with some delicious bacon, yum num yum.
On my fairly sedentary days, I will honestly just have a cup of coffee and maybe a yogurt. Honestly it's enough to get me satisfied until the mid-afternoon (assuming I'm sitting most of the day).
Stumbled into Primal due to food allergies, and subsequent elimination of non-primal foods.
Start Gluten-Free/Soy-Free: December 2012; start weight 158lbs, Ladies size 6
Start Primal: March 2013, start weight 150lbs, Ladies size 6
Current: 132lbs, Ladies size 2
26lbs lost since cutting the crap.