Food Friday 1.11.2013

On Food Fridays I will tell you about everything I ate that day. No matter if it is a good day or not: you will see it all. 

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This Friday was hectic. I had powerwalking to do in the morning and some everyday errands to run in the city. So my first meal was really late. After that I went to the library to study and hence had a late dinner.

 

1st meal: 12.30 PM

  • 3 eggs

  • 2 slices of bacon

  • 10 grams of flax seeds

  • 2 slices of cheese

  • 10 grams of butter

  • 25 grams of blue cheese

  • 25 grams of weird green cheese (the name had something to do with sage… can’t remember and threw the package away)

  • caffeine-free tea

 

2nd meal: 8 PM

  • 250 grams of minced salmon

  • 200 grams of vegetable mix

  • 20 grams of butter

  • 25 grams of blue cheese

  • 100 grams of raw cabbage (not on the picture)

 

All together about 1750 kcal. I usually don’t eat peas and carrots but the mix was on sale and I thought what the hell, I’m going to buy that one. A few pieces of root vegetables and legumes a couple of times a month won’t kill me although they aren’t really LCHF. The macros aren’t perfect, I have usually had better fat-protein ratios this week. I had a lot of butter and still craved more. Is craving (cold) butter weird? I think so…

 

Next Food Friday in a week!
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2 thoughts on “Food Friday 1.11.2013

  1. It all looks healthy, but I have one oncern about it.I have noticed that you eat very rarely (often only 2 times a day and the time gap between them is way too long), haven’t you heard that the healthiest is to eat 5 meals per day each after 3 hours?

    1. That is a common belief among non-lowcarb people because when you eat carbs, you’ll be hungry 2-3 hours after a meal. When you eat lots of fat, you won’t get hungry so soon. Fat will keep you going for hours and hours and won’t raise and lower your blood sugar like carbs do. So there is absolutely no need to be eating 5 times a day.

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