wannabhealthier's Journal, 26 May 2016

this train is back on track gooooooood mornin everyone..my scales was smilin once again and im happy to report the salt intake is under control again..i have a question, well several...
no.1..has anyone ever tried pb2
no.2..is it worth 8 dollars a jar
no.3..does it taste as good as peanut butter

my cousin came down yesterday and i was tellin her about this site an my eating habits an she suggested the pb2..after she left i looked it up on here an on walmart website..an was shocked at the price..but im still curious..just not sure its worth 8 dollars..didnt do alot yesterday, had rain in the afternoon and more of it once again today..looks like it will be here later this afternoon..might be able to trim some limbs on the tree today so that when i do the yard i dont run into them..well..guess its time to see if the tea is done..get this day started an wait on the sun to come up..have a great one...
328.8 lb Lost so far: 4.2 lb.    Still to go: 28.8 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entry for 26 May 2016:
941 kcal Fat: 73.62g | Prot: 58.06g | Carb: 12.89g.   Breakfast: Jimmy Dean Premium Pork Hot Sausage, Great Value Bottled Water, Tapatio Salsa Picante Hot Sauce, Carrington Farms Pure, Unrefined, Cold Pressed Coconut Oil 100% Organic Extra Virgin, Coburn Farms Large Eggs, Simply Organic Minced Onion, Great Value 100% Natural Green Tea. Lunch: Tyson Foods All Natural Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, Ranch Salad Dressing, Richfood Large Grade A Eggs (Hard Boiled), Lettuce, Weber Grill Creations Kick’n Chicken Seasoning, Simply Organic Minced Onion, Great Value Bottled Water. Dinner: Skip this Meal. Snacks/Other: Great Value Creamy Peanut Butter, Tyson Foods All Natural Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, Great Value Bottled Water, mac's original chicharrones fried pork rinds. more...
on diet LCHF: Low carb, High fat / Ketogenic Diet   losing 7.0 lb a week

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Choo Choo (not chew chew) good for YOU!  
26 May 16 by member: Rckc
lol ty rc 
26 May 16 by member: wannabhealthier
WBH, I classify PB2 with the overly processed foods, just my opinion, but there are lots of natural no added sugar Peanut butters out there. I have never tried it but when the price of something is that high and it's promoted as healthy I always assume a marketing gimmick 
26 May 16 by member: debrafrederick
ty deb for the feedback..i was curious about it..not enough to go out an buy it, just curious enough to look into it... 
26 May 16 by member: wannabhealthier
Ride that train! Well done, WannaB! I haven't tried PB2. I am sure it is good but I agree with Debra ... keep it simple and eat whole foods not the processed junk you find on many of the grocery store aisles. You got this! 
26 May 16 by member: Mom2Boxers
LOVE Pb2. I was introduced to it at a Weight Watchers Meeting. It's peanuts that are pressed of all their oil and a touch of salt. Just add water to make it smooth Saves SO many calories.  
26 May 16 by member: PicklesPickles
Gee .... I've never heard of Pb2? 
26 May 16 by member: glen
26 May 16 by member: Draglist
My whole purpose behind eating peanut butter is the taste and the fat, I don't eat stuff that has the fat removed. Every time you remove something vital from a semi-whole food you corrupt it in some manner. We keep tampering with nature, we are now paying the price for doing it....just something to think about. 
26 May 16 by member: debrafrederick
ty drag, i had never heard of pb2 till yesterday glen...i did put it in my food journal an compared it with the pb that i eat now..yes the pb2 is better in calories an fat, im not convinced that its worth it in cost... 
26 May 16 by member: wannabhealthier
Way to go! I'm with Deb and the others...real nut butter is so natural and yummy, why mess with anything else? ;) 
26 May 16 by member: ImLaura
I <3 PB2. Great in smoothies. All of the protein, none of the fat.  
26 May 16 by member: notelaine
Nice work! Let's go! #grindtime 
26 May 16 by member: jimmiepop
@NE +1 I love peanut butter, cannot afford the calories while cutting. PB2 tastes OK w/o the heavy fat load. Now I make my own from peanut flour, which is also great for high protein sauces and such. http://www.amazon.com/Protein-Plus-Roasted-Natural-Peanut/dp/B0052OOYOW?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage 
26 May 16 by member: jimmiepop
Oooooo that looks awesome! Ordering immediately.  
26 May 16 by member: notelaine
i appreciate all the comments as i dont know alot about the pb2 an im learning more about it all the time from people that have used it..so thanks... 
26 May 16 by member: wannabhealthier
i've had pb2, we use this in our shakes at my nutrition club. Its very good, imo. Worth a try 
26 May 16 by member: fdiaz588
@NE You'll love it. With a little experimentation you can whip up a killer asian peanut sauce with a decent nutrition profile.  
26 May 16 by member: jimmiepop
Nice drop buddy. Have a beautifuuuuul day :-) 
26 May 16 by member: carmen1098
This has been educational for me. I guess that those of us that are relying on the fats to keep us from hunger, will have to revamp our thinking when we go into maintenance ... or will we? 
26 May 16 by member: Mom2Boxers


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