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Old 11-16-2013, 04:09   #31
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Puppy, you don't have to eat protein every meal. Maybe have a small salad with olive oil and cream cheese on it. If you try and eat meat every meal, you will have probs controlling your consumption. There are lots of ways to eat, excluding protein, and maximizing fat.

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One full meal of fat bombs is always nice.

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I don't know what else to fill up with because I do not like salad but I'm always trying to think of something different though. I would love to go all day without protein because I'm sick of it all.


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one full meal of fat bombs?
I made some cream cheese muffins today and some ooopsie bread and I could of ate it all at one sitting hehehe
I made the 70 second bread too but it bums me out that it has 4 carbs and I ate 2.5 of them today. I went over my carbs to 44 and my fats were 224 and 70 protein but I managed to do 22 minutes on my exercise bike with the handles.


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Broccoli, cauliflower, you like those? Make some fake mashed potatoes, and add a bunch of fats. Get some romain lettuce and fill it up with cream cheese, sour cream etc. figure out how to make a cream sauce, and pour it over some broccoli. Drink cream, just use your imagination.

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one full meal of fat bombs? I made some cream cheese muffins today and some ooopsie bread and I could of ate it all at one sitting hehehe I made the 70 second bread too but it bums me out that it has 4 carbs and I ate 2.5 of them today. I went over my carbs to 44 and my fats were 224 and 70 protein but I managed to do 22 minutes on my exercise bike with the handles.
I cut from protein from time to time to control my BGs. It's not easy.

Hang in there, puppy. 70 protein is acceptable. You are in this fight.

You say you don't like salad, but do you like cooked vegetables? Today, I had sliced red peppers with a lot of olive oil. Sliced cucumbers with olive oil and a bit of salt is also wonderful. I know you may not want to "waste your carbs" that way, but it's satisfying and filling. It's also very low carb and the olive oil makes it high fat.

In the beginning, it's natural to fill your day with treats and sweets, and even protein. Be encouraged, Puppy. You are on the right track. Plan your meals for tomorrow. Add a vegetable or two in small quantities. Bacon and tomato with mayonnaise wrapped in a lettuce leaf is also nice. A pseudo pizza (microwaved pepperoni and mozzarella with some garlic powder and oregano) is also very filling and low protein and Food is also a good option. Pretty soon it will become second nature. You will be armed with filling recipes.

You can do this!

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