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TEADRINKER7's Photo TEADRINKER7 Posts: 204
1/6/13 10:43 A

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And here is another "egg bread" recipe, this one only takes a few minutes to make...
www.eatmorevegetarian.com/almond-egg
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read-in-2-minutes-low-carb-bread/

I wouldn't call it bread, but it has a resemblence of bread at least...

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1/6/13 10:30 A

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I agree, loosing it slowly will keep it off. I don't think these drastic diets really work... not for me anyhow. Thanks for sharing.

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1/4/13 3:22 P

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I only eat real food. No low carb, lite, etc. This has worked for me and I am taking many of my favorites to the office. We never have time to sit down and eat a real meal, so it is snacking. I just boiled a dozen eggs to go with me. I use them different ways. I have rye krisp bread and I will spread with avocado and slice an egg on top one piece for my meal. I have several different herbal teas at the office with honey for sweetner for my afternoon pick me up. I have wheat thins and some peanut butter, fresh apple slices. All the other workers go thru the drive thrus, but I just no longer like those foods as my taste have changed. Hubby bought me a box of Roche for my treats. ONe every couple of days does it for me. I am going to get some butter lettuce and some soft cream cheese to make rolls ups for a snack also I am losing slowly, but I am happy with my progress. I did not lay down one night and wake up a large size 2 x. It took a long time, so I am taking if off slowly so it will stay.

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TEADRINKER7's Photo TEADRINKER7 Posts: 204
1/4/13 3:21 A

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Problem is i excersise a lot and i do need to eat proper portions... i just need to eat the right stuff. I thought I'd do a week of vegetarian LCHF before going back to a GI diet.

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1/2/13 8:40 A

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If you put your salad plate on a larger plate at the table, like a charger, the table looks even and your smaller portions look like they fit right in to everyone else's.

Nell

No one ever got up in the morning wishing she'd eaten more the night before.

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1/2/13 7:23 A

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it is never to late to start.

my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 walking 15000 steps a day.

i have lost 44 pounds by giving up grain and sugar products at age 60..

i walk 15000 steps a day.

i use a salad plate as my dinner plate.

i keep mandrtan oranges in the fridge. when the sweet tooth comes on i grab one or two tablespoons of the fruit.

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TEADRINKER7's Photo TEADRINKER7 Posts: 204
1/2/13 5:38 A

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Happy New Year to you all! I will be tighten the belt and eat a bit of LCHF vegetarian after the holidays! Here is a LCHF lowcarb egg bread:
www.eatmorevegetarian.com/cinnamon-b
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Do you have any other ones that does not taste of omelette? :-)

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