OK, this was dinner on Day 6 and probably the quickest and best value of all so far. Supermarket roast chicken, fresh from the meat counter with veg, mayo and kale chips. Prior to this, I just had some resistant starch again in the afternoon. The olive bread was primarily used to mop the plate clean.…
New day, same plan. Weight & waist stable, no planned exercise today. Next planned meal: Day 6 Dinner..
Afternoon "snack", Day 5 #LCHFMealPlan #ResistantStarch #LCHF pic.twitter.com/kVVHWL3yTn — LCHF Living (@lchfliving) October 29, 2015 Today’s P.M. “snack” consisted of some more resistant starch which took my small hunger away nicely. Dinner was as per the plan with same dessert as yesterday i.e. blueberries, pecan nuts and coconut cream. Next meal: Day 6 breakfast..
Just had breakfast and all still going according to plan. Waist & weight steady. No planned exercise today. Next scheduled meal: dinner. Will post any other snacks etc., on Twitter during the day..
Afternoon #coffee #lchfmealplan #lchf pic.twitter.com/EIpWvtsQOI — LCHF Living (@lchfliving) October 28, 2015 All still going to plan. Just had the final lot of chicken salsa casserole, some blueberries & coconut cream with pecan nuts for dessert, plus the above P.M. snack. Next meal: Day 5 Breakfast..
All going according to plan. Waist & weight steady at 90cm and 93.8kg respectively. Next planned meal: dinner. No planned exercise today.
We’ve been experimenting with some “traditional” dessert recipes by converting them to a) dairy-free when necessary and also b) making them LCHF compatible by replacing/ reducing carb content. Here’s the latest one.. Traditional Panna Cotta is usually made with cream. Here we’ve substituted coconut cream for the dairy version and xylitol for the sugar. All the…