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Old 12-18-2017, 18:04   #41
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4 egg 2 ounce cheese omelet ( 4 grams)
1 coffee 3 sweeteners, ( 3 grams)
2 tbsp whitener (6 grams)

13 grams carbs

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Old 12-22-2017, 21:51   #42
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OK today was 2 slices of toast one with 2 eggs the other with peanut butter plus coffee and heavy cream

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Coffee and 2 perfectly ripe avocados!

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3 slices of veggie bacon
1 egg scrambled with 2 types of cheese, cream and chia seeds
Green tea and coconut oil and cream

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Chicken link breakfast sausage (fried in at least a tablespoon of bacon grease). Tried a new non-egg product called VeganEgg. Followed by a spoonfull of peanut butter.

I'm sensitive to eggs and wanted to see if this would be a good sub. It's okay. Doesn't taste like egg but has about the same mouth feel of scrambled egg. Frying in all that grease improved the flavor Not too good IMO as scrambled egg, but probably would be good in pancakes or other LC baked things.

It has 5g carbs and 4g fiber per (generous) serving. It's in powder form which you reconstitute with water. The ingredients are mostly cellulose and gums. Really, it's a non-food - but may have its uses for me.

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A mug of jet fuel coffee (AKA bulletproof), a small bowl of Daytona's keto yogurt, and a Kind Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt bar.

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Scrambled egg with chunks of smoked turkey thigh. A handful of baby spinach.

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A handful of pistachios and a coffee - not really a breakfast more of a breakfast snack. I don't start to feel hungry until 10 am - always been that way.

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Bullet proof coffee around 7 am then bacon and eggs around 1 pm


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I really wanted beer and clamato juice,

but settled for water with 2 tbsp of apple cidar vinegar, 2 tbsp of lime juice, 1/2 tsp of hymalayan salt, 1/2 tsp of cream of tartar(for potassium). 1 multivitamin, and 120mg capsule of magnesium. I drink it with a straw to minimize contact with teeth, then I rinse with water, and delay brushing my teeth for an hour.

I'm intermittent fasting until supper.

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