The broth is good advice. Also, keep something fatty on hand for snacks until you get the hang of your new blood sugar levels. Nuts are usually a good go-to once you're past induction.
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Hi, I'm new at this eating protein and more veggies and staying away from grains other than Ezekial bread..
Last week I did fine. This week, however, is a different story. One day, I barely ate anything b/c I just wasn't hungry. Of course, the next day I was eating all day!
This afternoon, I wasn't hungry but noticed how tired I was getting. Got too tired, cranky and realized I probably needed to eat something. I was just starting to cook dinner. Had to stop and EAT. Ate some salad, that I just made and found some canned tuna. Almost too exhausted to eat. Then, I went to bed for a while. This is NOT good.
So, do I need to plan to eat every 2 hrs? Do I need to fill up on more protein?
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