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Old 03-23-2017, 15:10   #11
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Warm tuna on LC http://www.diabetesforum.com/diabete...-crackers.html and some guacamola.

Crackers topped with smoked Gouda, tuna mixed with bacon grease and mayo. DELICIOUS! Going to do this one again soon.

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Big plate of chef's salad with guacamole on the side.
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This morning was left over braised short ribs, 2 fried eggs and some sliced cheese fried crisp.

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I have 8 oz. of Silk Milk, 16 carbs. And that's all, every morning...

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Well, hello again N.C. - long time no see. How are you doing?

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This morning I eat egg sandwich with 1/2 banana slice with 1 tbsp of peanut butter. Yummy....

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Bacon and greens.

Fried up bacon (cut in bite-sized pieces) and then sauted salad greens until wilted. The greens came from a spinach mix (baby spinach, baby bok choy, baby kale).

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I went from eating a fully-raw breakfast to a heavy protein breakfast.

I'm now eating about 3-4 slices of Hormel turkey with either a scrambled or boiled egg with some avocado. I eat about 2 eggs a day and save one for my salad.

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A new quick breakfast. My wife and I did some traveling over the last two weeks. We wanted something we could carry with us that we could eat for breakfast on the road. After doing some research we found some Greek style yogurt. Most manufactures make a health focused Greek style Yogurt.

They come in small cups of 5.3oz. Depending on what fruit and/or flavoring is added the have 9g to 15g of total carbs. Unfortunately, the manufactures are still focused on low fat, low calories, so they all are 'fat free'. No problem with breakfast I drink two-three cups of coffee with HWC added. So my total breakfast consists of one Greek yogurt and coffee w/HWC!

If you hate traditional yogurt like I do, this is not anything like the old sour stuff....Greek style yogurt tastes like pudding, very good creamy pudding! If you have not tried this, you will be amazed.....

Examples:
Dannon Greek light and fit Vanilla - Carbs 9g, Protein 12g
Yoplait Greek 100 Protein, Peach or Blueberry - Carbs 11g, Protein 14g
Others are available from other manufactures, I just do not have any to give you the exact brand and name....

For me keeping my carbs for breakfast at 9g-15g and being full is a win! (of course I am not counting any carbs for my HWC coffee)

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@div2live you are my new best friend. On your recommendation I picked some Dannon Light & Fit Greek yogurt up at Walmart today. I had the Strawberry Cheeksecake (9 carbs) for lunch. It was sooooooo good.

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