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Old 04-02-2014, 15:10   #111
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I love snacking on any sort of fish or shellfish I'm like a cat Nyaa

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My grandpa's go-to snacks are string cheese or a couple of almonds--he loves them! And apparently, they're a really great option for diabetics.

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To up my fat I've been drinking a cup of earl grey tea sweetened with stevia, 2 Tbsp HWC and 1 Tbsp coconut oil. Easy, delicious and satisfying.

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2 squares of Lindt 90% cocoa dark chocolate.

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I went out and bought me one of those coffee bean grinder things. I put unsalted mixed nuts in it and make a "mixed nut butter". Then I spread it on a slice or two of whole grain bread. Yummy.

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Most of us would be wary of whole wheat bread. Are you eating to your meter, as in before, 1 hour after to see how much your blood sugar spikes and two hours after to make sure it drops back down?

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Tonight i ate a couple of handfuls of salted roasted sunflower kernals. Yummy.

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A slice of Lemon Cheesecake with a dollop of pure cream. Heaven!

PS I bought a small springform pan which makes enough for 4 large slices. I divide into four and freeze each one. I make the crust using almond meal, butter, 1 egg and a little Natvia (Stevia). I bake that in the oven for about 20 mins. The filling is made from cream cheese, HWC, Stevia SweetLeaf Vanilla Creme drops and lemon juice. Chill in the fridge and eat the next day.

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This board has been a real eye-opener, for me. Quick questions: Is popcorn ok and is the cheese that comes in a can, ok to put in Celery sticks? Thanks. This is my 1st day of LCHF and it's almost 4:00 p.m. I feel full, the first time, in two years! Thanks, diabetes forum!!

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Would not advise the cheese in a can, but do try cream cheese in your stuffed celery - it's a little more trouble to spread it on, but cream cheese is one of the best LCHF foods around - it's the highest fat of all the cheeses. Popcorn is a poor choice too - sorry. All the grains are bad, and that includes corn of any kind, wheat, oats, rice, barley - all grains.

Oh! And Sunny? This thread might be of interest too . . . http://www.diabetesforum.com/diabete...tml#post140435, and here is another cheese spread recipe made with regular cheddar instead of cream cheese: http://www.diabetesforum.com/diabete...html#post79859




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