Joined June 2014
Weight History

Start Weight
169.0 lb
Lost so far: 0 lb

Current Weight
169.0 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
150.0 lb
Still to go: 19.0 lb

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Meenie50's Cookbook

cals: 36kcal | fat: 1.43g | carbs: 4.97g | prot: 0.99g
Cucumbers and Sour Cream
A yummy side dish with low carbs.
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Help please
Also, here's the list of induction friendly foods - make sure everything is on it. If it's not on the list, don't eat it.

If there's an asterisk by a food, read the footnote!
posted 20 Jun 2014, 10:12
Help please
The Dietdoctor addresses the testosterone question
scroll down to the section on sex hormones.

But I'd address the foods in your daily consumption before jumping to medication issues. Make sure your meats (especially bacon, ham, and sausage isn't sugar cured. Make sure other foods have no hidden carbs (just plug into google: "carbs in _____" and you'll quickly get an answer! Don't eat foods with sugar alcohols for two weeks.
And don't trust the "Net Carb" thing. First get your weight loss going good, they try things one at a time to see if they affect your loss. Then you'll know if they can work for you or not. Some things just have to be saved for later after you've lost the weight.
Also remember that companies don't have to list the carbs if the amount is less than 1 gram per serving - so they can legally put "0". I always count 1 gram for anything that says it's 0 carbs unless I know know know that's absolutely true.
posted 20 Jun 2014, 10:08
Help please
Hi Danny Smile
the 2 - 3 carbs are NET carbs, the bars actually have around 23 grams of carbs. Net carbs are derived by subtracting fiber and sugar alcohols.
Net carbs don't work for everyone. Try it without the bars and see what happens. They've been responsible for a LOT of stalls for people. Save them for maintenance would be my suggestion.
posted 20 Jun 2014, 09:58
Help please
What's "Low T"?
Definitely drop the atkins bars - that's almost your whole days carb count Smile I know they're good, and it's nice to have something sweet, but there are simple recipes that are much lower in carbs. suggest looking at All Atkins friendly, and the induction friendly recipes are marked with an asterisk Smile
posted 16 Jun 2014, 17:00
Special treat
Just remember the food coma part, lol, it'll help you get back on the path after a little diversion Very Happy
posted 16 Jun 2014, 16:58
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