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Old Fri, May-04-12, 11:09
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Plan: Paleo
Stats: 222/203/160 Female 5'5"
BF:
Progress: 31%
Location: NY
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sausage links with cheddar melted over them
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 11:48
denky01 denky01 is offline
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Plan: general low carb
Stats: 195/155.2/150 Female 5'4"
BF:
Progress: 88%
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boiled smoke sausage; avocado drizzled with lemon
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 12:08
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Glendora Glendora is offline
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Plan: Cal. control, carbs <100
Stats: 220/190.5/150 Female 61 inches
BF:
Progress: 42%
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I'm just cooking now (it's 10 am)...beef chorizo and scrambled eggs.
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 12:28
LorS LorS is offline
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Posts: 104
 
Plan: Sort of Atkins
Stats: 238.8/206.5/150 Female 5'2"
BF:
Progress: 36%
Location: Bozeman MT.
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2 cups of coffee with cream and splenda, 1 hard boiled egg and a 11 oz container of premier chocolate protein from Costco (very good for a quick on the go breakfast). Very filling.
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 20:34
SlimJen SlimJen is offline
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Plan: My own
Stats: 122/110.7/100 Female 5'2 ft
BF:
Progress: 51%
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Some guavas and a batch of peanut butter cocunut bark
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 20:38
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ninecats ninecats is offline
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Plan: my own
Stats: 242/208/150 Female 5foot one inch
BF:
Progress: 37%
Location: central IndianaM
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coffee with cream, turkey sausage patties and three eggs.
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 21:25
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LaZigeuner LaZigeuner is offline
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Plan: ZULCA!
Stats: 353/279.2/175 Female 64 in.
BF: For now...
Progress: 41%
Location: U.S.
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MiM with cinnamon, topped with homemade SF lemon curd
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Old Fri, May-04-12, 22:20
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askwhy456 askwhy456 is offline
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Plan: Atkins 1972
Stats: 249.0/220.6/160 Female 67 inches
BF:Yup. I know.
Progress: 32%
Location: SE Missouri
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My usual weekday fare: iced coffee with SF hazelnut creamer

I drink it on the way to work. Yeah, I know the creamer is 'frankenfood' but we all have our vices and this one is mine and it keeps me satisfied until lunch and makes me a 'happier person' than without it! lol

Now in the morning it's going to be bacon and eggs or ham and eggs. We'll see which one wins!
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Old Sat, May-05-12, 10:12
LorS LorS is offline
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Plan: Sort of Atkins
Stats: 238.8/206.5/150 Female 5'2"
BF:
Progress: 36%
Location: Bozeman MT.
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Tried these for breakfast this morning. These are not something to make if you are trying to get to work in a hurry. Multiple steps involved. They were good. I used a low sugar sour cherry fruit spread on them. No butter, they do not need any. 2 slices of bacon completed the meal and I am very satisfied. Try them if you haven't already Snowing here so it will be a stay indoors weekend for me
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Old Sat, May-05-12, 10:27
tamara84 tamara84 is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 275/258/130 Female 5'3
BF:
Progress: 12%
Location: Aston, PA
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1 cup of iceberg lettuce with some grilled chicken, parm, dressing, water and my vitamin shot.
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Old Sat, May-05-12, 10:34
solarmom solarmom is offline
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Posts: 36
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 178/160/135 Female 64 inches
BF:
Progress: 42%
Location: Saskatchewan
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"Chocolate Shake" - 3 eggs, 1/3 cup HWC, 3 ice cubes, liquid splenda, 1 tbsp cocoa, 1/2 a lid coconut extract (mint is also good)
Never thought I'd be drinking raw eggs, but I've always eaten raw cookie dough without a second thought!
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Old Sat, May-05-12, 19:11
Amanda1978 Amanda1978 is offline
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Posts: 820
 
Plan: Non Specific - Just LC
Stats: 188/163/130 Female 5'4"
BF:46.65%/37.7%/23%
Progress: 43%
Location: Ottawa, ON, Canada
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My usual weekday fare: iced coffee with SF hazelnut creamer

I drink it on the way to work. Yeah, I know the creamer is 'frankenfood' but we all have our vices and this one is mine and it keeps me satisfied until lunch and makes me a 'happier person' than without it! lol

Now in the morning it's going to be bacon and eggs or ham and eggs. We'll see which one wins!


Have you tried a hazelnut or vanilla-hazelnut ground coffee? I love different using different flavors to keep it more exciting and I think it's frankenfood free. (Well, I think and hope it is. And if it's not I don't want to know. )
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Old Sun, May-06-12, 04:17
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Kirsteen Kirsteen is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 217/165/150 Female 172cm
BF:
Progress: 78%
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I have an egg salad for breakfast every day, with a variety of different colours on top of round lettuce, dressed with opulent amounts of olive oil. It's a treat for the eye and the tum:



It's all organic, and makes my brain feel fresher.
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Old Sun, May-06-12, 10:55
LorS LorS is offline
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Posts: 104
 
Plan: Sort of Atkins
Stats: 238.8/206.5/150 Female 5'2"
BF:
Progress: 36%
Location: Bozeman MT.
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OM Goodness Kirsteen. I can't seem to get the salad building boot on until late afternoon. Good for you. I never thought of that for breakfast but it is certainly worth a try.
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Old Sun, May-06-12, 11:37
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Robin120 Robin120 is offline
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Plan: low carb
Stats: 171/125/145 Female 5'9
BF:
Progress: 177%
Location: DC
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"it makes my brain feel fresher" hahaha!

looks great, Kirsteen.


A lazy weekend morning with iced raspberry chocolate coffee. yum...........
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