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Old 09-23-2013, 12:02   #1
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I see lots of question about "What do you guys eat?". It's hard to keep typing out lists, so here is my breakfast. My favorite meal of the day, it starts things off right and eating for the rest of the day is pretty much optional, with total "calories" just from breakfast over 1300. Please follow the two links for a nice picture of this hearty breakfast and an approximate breakdown of its nutrition. I had to call labneh "sour cream" because its the closest thing I could find. Also, I put HWC in coffee and eat a thick "farmer's" cream with my labneh. I had to just call it all "heavy cream" which was real close in terms of nutrients.

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This exceeds my ketogenic ratio goal by quite a bit. I need minimum about 1.8 and this breakfast clocks in at about 2.7. That makes getting through the rest of the day that much easier.

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I see lots of question about "What do you guys eat?". It's hard to keep typing out lists, so here is my breakfast. My favorite meal of the day, it starts things off right and eating for the rest of the day is pretty much optional, with total "calories" just from breakfast over 1300. Please follow the two links for a nice picture of this hearty breakfast and an approximate breakdown of its nutrition. I had to call labneh "sour cream" because its the closest thing I could find. Also, I put HWC in coffee and eat a thick "farmer's" cream with my labneh. I had to just call it all "heavy cream" which was real close in terms of nutrients.

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In case the second link doesn't land in the right place, navigate to "food" for Sept 23, 2013.

This exceeds my ketogenic ratio goal by quite a bit. I need minimum about 1.8 and this breakfast clocks in at about 2.7. That makes getting through the rest of the day that much easier.
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For last few days i was thinking how to increase my daily calorie count, as i was not being able to maintain my weight.

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I see lots of question about "What do you guys eat?". It's hard to keep typing out lists, so here is my breakfast. My favorite meal of the day, it starts things off right and eating for the rest of the day is pretty much optional, with total "calories" just from breakfast over 1300. Please follow the two links for a nice picture of this hearty breakfast and an approximate breakdown of its nutrition. I had to call labneh "sour cream" because its the closest thing I could find. Also, I put HWC in coffee and eat a thick "farmer's" cream with my labneh. I had to just call it all "heavy cream" which was real close in terms of nutrients. Picture Breakdown In case the second link doesn't land in the right place, navigate to "food" for Sept 23, 2013. This exceeds my ketogenic ratio goal by quite a bit. I need minimum about 1.8 and this breakfast clocks in at about 2.7. That makes getting through the rest of the day that much easier.
That's an amazing breakfast. It never fails to amaze me at how much less food an LCHF meal has in comparison to a high carb meal of equal calories. When we say we eat a lot more calories, it's rather deceiving. You'd think with the higher calories that we actually eat more food. We don't. Interesting and great choices!

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