When standing on the scale October 6 I thought it was showing the wrong number, 77,2 kg!!. I had to step of and try again.
The last time I was on the scale was about two month before it stopped at 81 kg and I was very happy, I reached my goal that was around 82 kg.
100 g græskarkerner 100 g solsikke kerner 100 g mandler 100 g valnødder 100 g hørfrø 100 g sesamfrø 5 æg 1 dl ekstra jomfru olivenolie 2 tsk salt
Fremgangsmåde: Bland alle ingredienser i en skål. Kom massen i en smurt form. Bag brødet i en time ved 160 grader (forvarmet ovn)
Det er vigtigt at nødder, kerner og mandler kommer HELE i brødet. Blendes eller kværnes de, så frisættes de sunde men sarte fedtsyrer og de kan harskne, når brødet bages ved 160 grader (og så er de ikke spor sunde mere).
et alternativ fra kantinen på arbetet…
130 g græskarkerner 130 g hørfrø 130 g sesamfrø 120 g peanuts 80 g mandler 5 æg 1 dl ekstra jomfru olivenolie 2 tsk salt
Sätt ugnen på 200° C. Blanda alla torra ingredienser. Rör i ägg, creme fraiche och smör. Klicka ut smeten till bullar/frallor på en plåt med bakplåtspapper, strö eventuellt över vallmofrön. Grädda i mitten av ugnen i ca 15-20 minuter tills LCHF-frallorna har fått en fin gyllenbrun färg.
Vallmofrön (eller exempelvis solrosfrön, pumpafrön, sesam, riven ost etc)
Gör så här: Vispa samman ägg, ”halvsmält” (så det lätt går att blanda ihop) smör, yoghurt, salt och bakpulver. Häll i och blanda samman med resten av ingredienserna. Låt stå i cirka 5-10 minuter så att fiberhusk och pofiber hinner absorbera vätskan så att smeten/degen blir fast. Rulla till 6 stycken bollar. Lägg dem på ugnsplåten, strössla över vallmofrön. Grädda i 175 grader i cirka 15-20 minuter eller tills de fått fin färg.
This year it’s time to really deal with the belly and the project involves…
LCHF diet (Low Carb High Fat)
Supplement of Vitamin D and Omega 3 (fish oil)
Basic tip: Maximum 5 grams of carbohydrate (excluding fibre) per 100 grams of food.
Eat all you like
Meat: Any type, including beef, pork, game meat, chicken, etc. Feel free to eat the fat on the meat as well as the skin on the chicken. If possible try to choose organic or grass fed meat.
Fish and Shellfish: All kinds: Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel or herring are great. Avoid breading.
Eggs: All kinds: Boiled, fried, omelettes, etc. Preferably choose organic eggs.
Natural Fat, High-Fat Sauces: Using butter and cream when you cook can make your food taste better and make you feel more satiated. Try a Béarnaise or Hollandaise sauce, check the ingredients or make it yourself. Coconut oil and olive oil are also good options.
Vegetables that Grow Above Ground: All kinds of cabbage, such as cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. Asparagus, zucchini, eggplant, olives, spinach, mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, avocado, onions, peppers, tomatoes etc.
Dairy products: Always select full-fat options like real butter, cream (40% fat), sour cream, Greek/Turkish yoghurt and high-fat cheeses. Be careful with regular milk and skim milk as they contain a lot of milk sugar. Avoid flavoured sugary and low-fat products.
Nuts: Good to eat instead of candy in front of the television (preferably in moderation).
Berries: Okay in moderation, if you are not a super strict or sensitive. Good with whipped cream.
Drink most days
Coffee: Try it with full-fat cream
Once in a while (You decide when the time is right. Your weight loss may slow down a bit.)
Alcohol: Dry wine (regular red or dry white whine), whisky, brandy, vodka and cocktails without sugar.
Dark chocolate: Above 70 % cocoa, preferably just a bit.
Starch: Bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, French fries, potato chips, porridge, muesli and so on. “Wholegrain products” are just less bad. Moderate amounts of root vegetables may be OK (unless you’re eating extremely low carb).
Margarine: Industrially imitated butter with unnaturally high content of omega-6 fat. Has no health benefits, tastes bad. Statistically linked to asthma, allergies and other inflammatory diseases.
Beer: Liquid bread. Full of rapidly absorbed carbs, unfortunately.
Fruit: Very sweet, lots of sugar. Eat once in a while. Treat fruit as a natural form of candy.
Eggs and bacon
Leftovers from last night’s dinner
Coffee with cream
A can of mackerel and boiled eggs
Boiled egg with mayonnaise or butter
Avocado, salmon and crème fraiche
A piece of very thin hard bread with lots of butter, cheese, ham, etc.
Cheese with butter on it
Boiled eggs mashed with butter, chopped chives, salt and pepper
A piece of brie cheese and some ham or salami
High-fat yoghurt with nuts and seeds (and maybe berries)
Lunch and dinner
Meat, fish or chicken dishes with vegetables and a rich full-fat sauce. There are many alternatives to potatoes, such as mashed cauliflower.
Stews, soups or casseroles with low-carb ingredients.
You can use most recipes in cookbooks if you avoid the carbohydrate-rich ingredients. It’s often a good idea to add fat (e.g. butter, cream) to the recipe.
Drink water with your meal or (occasionally) a glass of wine.
Snacks When you eat a low-carb diet with more fat and a bit more protein you will probably not need to eat as often. Don’t be surprised if you no longer need to a snack. Many people do well on two or three meals per day. If you need a snack:
Rolled-up cheese or ham with a vegetable (some people even spread butter on cheese)