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Saturday, May 11, 2013

I have known about low carb for a while now. I have tried it a few times. It have lost weight on it, but I keep going back to my old eating habits.

In the last year, I found out that I have a gluten intolerance. I was even in the ER once for the pain I was in after nearly passing out in a noodle restaurant here in Korea!

Any time I stay away from wheat and grains, all of my bloating and gassiness goes away.

The last week I have really been trying to follow a menu I found online for the induction phase of Atkins.

I haven't really lost much weight yet, but it is that TOM so I am just waiting that out and still eating low carb.

I also just want a journal of what I eat. If I get stuck and happen not to loose any weight I'll be able to show this to someone who can help me out.

So here goes:
Starting weight: 150.

Yesterday's Breakfast:

Scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese, salt and pepper, and heavy cream. One piece of turkey bacon and 3 turkey sausage links. ( I don't eat pork)
2 cups of coffee with 3 packets of stevia each, and some carnation evaporated milk.
(I just remembered that I used Country Crock spread for these eggs, instead of butter.)

One red bell pepper stuffed with 2 steakums, topped with 2 oz of shredded swiss cheese.

Dinner: Pizza Hut hot baked wings, and one packet of Ranch Dip 11! I didn't realize I ate that many until I looked down at my empty plate! My son had friends over so I bought a bunch of pizzas and wings.

Snack: Coffee Icecream

I ate maybe half of this recipe:

1/2 cup brewed coffee, brought to room temperature
1 cup heavy cream
Liquid Splenda equal to 3/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
All frozen then re-blended.

No weight loss this morning.
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