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My personal low carb food diary

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kazzawazzawo0 Thu 13-Aug-15 16:34:04

Hope it's ok if I keep a low carb food diary here?

Anyone wanting to comment on my meals, please feel free. I don't want the pressure of joining bootcamp, just want to try and watch what I eat.

kazzawazzawo0 Thu 13-Aug-15 16:39:43

Yesterday I had

Breakfast - 3 scrambled eggs with butter, 1 black decaff instant coffee
Lunch - a pack of tikka chicken pieces and a small salad with a little caesar dressing
Dinner - fried beef medaillons with a little peppercorn and cream sauce, green beans with butter, roasted veg (cherry tomatoes, red peppers, onions in olive oil) and some fried mushrooms.
Snack - a knob of butter with marmite!

I had about 5 black decaff instant coffees, one with a spot of cream after dinner and drank about 1.5 litres of water on top of that.

I didn't have a chance to exercise due to working long hours (sitting at my desk).

kazzawazzawo0 Thu 13-Aug-15 20:20:33

Today I had

Breakfast: 4 eggs scrambled with butter
Lunch: salad and smoked salmon with caesar dressing
Dinner: chilli con carne without kidney beans, no rice or anything, yoghurt stirred in
Snack: a piece of cold butter with marmite!

Drinks: lots of black decaff coffee, 1 litre of water so far, more to follow.

kazzawazzawo0 Thu 13-Aug-15 20:20:50

Forgot to add:

Exercise: walked round the block for 20 mins.

GarminGirl Fri 14-Aug-15 01:20:22

That's the oddest snack I've ever heard of! grin

Theoldcauliflower Fri 14-Aug-15 01:28:13

Haha love the snack, would that normally be on a lovely white crust of bread?? grin

kazzawazzawo0 Fri 14-Aug-15 01:48:16

Lol, yes would normally have on bread!

kazzawazzawo0 Fri 14-Aug-15 15:47:40

Today I had

Breakfast: 4 eggs scrambled with butter
Lunch: salad and smoked salmon with caesar dressing

Dinner will be spicy chicken - in a tomatoey sauce with green beans

Drinks: lots of black decaff coffee, 1 litre of water so far, more to follow.

Theoldcauliflower Fri 14-Aug-15 17:58:30

Can I ask how much you have to lose? I'm about a stone over weight but there is seriously no point me starting till kids go back to school and I'm back in a routine.

kazzawazzawo0 Sat 15-Aug-15 04:02:05

I need to lose about 1.5 stone I think.

At the moment I'm doing well. Today I wore some jeans I haven't worn for over a year because they were too tight. I've lost a couple of inches round my waist I think.

I need to lose more, I'm going to a wedding and need to fit into a dress I want to wear.

Theoldcauliflower Sat 15-Aug-15 10:12:01

I'm lying down to do my jeans up at the momentblush

kazzawazzawo0 Sat 15-Aug-15 19:48:13

mine are still tight too - but better than they were.

Today I had 4 x eggs scrambled for breakfast, a couple of chips and a mouthful of cake and a - very sweet - iced coffee for lunch, dinner will be steak with fried mushrooms, salad and stilton sauce.

To drink I've had half a pint of lager, lots of black decaf, a small cappuccino and a litre of water so far.

kazzawazzawo0 Mon 17-Aug-15 02:05:26

I didn't feel great today, so didn't really eat much.

Brunch was 3 scrambled eggs
Dinner was spicy chicken - tomato sauce with a few green beans.
As a snack a couple of slices of salami

Lots of peppermint tea and water.

kazzawazzawo0 Mon 17-Aug-15 19:40:41

Today I had

breakfast - 3 scrambled eggs
lunch - chicken and salad from m&s with apple and walnut salad
Dinner - not sure as we are out and the family want McDonald's

snack - some crisps :-(
drinks - 1/2 beer, decaf cappuccino, decaf black coffee, water

kazzawazzawo0 Tue 18-Aug-15 04:34:42

I ended up not really having dinner, just a few fries, a cappuccino, a bite of a burger.

I'll eat better tomorrow smile

kazzawazzawo0 Tue 18-Aug-15 16:42:06

Today I've had

Brunch: bacon and eggs and fried mushrooms
Snack: 5 slices of thin salami, 1 x tiny piece of 70% dark chocolate
Dinner: will be 97% pork sausages, green beans, roasted mediterranean vegetables.

Drinks: lots of decaff black coffee, 1 x decaff with cream, water

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