meonadiet's Journal, 01 October 2018

I just finished my 3rd week of low carbs high fat. The first 2 weeks I was gradually losing as desired. Then last week I was gradually up & then somehow down after the weekend for today's weigh in. I was confused throughout the week. Plus I also exercised everyday which I haven't done in a long time. The increasing of my fats & decreasing of proteins is still a work in progress for me. I am committed to continue on and give this go for at last least 14 weeks and then go from there. What I do like is I’m not feeling hungry. It will be a good test for me this weekend with going to visit family for Thanksgiving.

Diet Calendar Entry for 01 October 2018:
1254 kcal Fat: 85.94g | Prot: 80.38g | Carb: 47.88g.   Breakfast: Philadelphia Regular Cream Cheese, President's Choice Blue Menu Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, Cucumber (with Peel). Lunch: Spinach, President's Choice Feta Shredded Cheese, Cucumber (with Peel), Fresh Additions Fully Cooked Chicken Breasts Strips, President's Choice Blue Menu 3 Cheese Ranch. Dinner: Cooked Green Cabbage (Fat Added in Cooking), Chili Powder, Kirkland Signature Organic Salsa, Lean Ground Beef, Zucchini, Mushrooms, Celery, Cauliflower. Snacks/Other: Nutiva Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Black Tea, Herbal Tea, Fry's Cocoa Powder, President's Choice Organics Peanut Butter, Nutiva Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Kirkland Signature Pecan Halves, Kirkland Signature Pecan Halves. more...
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I am in a similar situation doing low carb high fat. First two weeks was losing gradually each day. Then week three went up half a pound no loss at all. I have been very consistent so not sure why the slow down so early. Switched to only weighing myself every week or two at most so that I don’t get too obsessed with the scale. Good luck with your weight loss journey :) 
01 Oct 18 by member: caperbike

     
 

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