Low Carb Meals & Free Fat Bomb Download



Here is my Low Carb Food Diary for Day 85 of the β€œGet Lean For Summer!” 90 Day Low Carb Challenge. Note: I haven’t set a start date for the next 90 Day Low Carb Challenge yet, but the group stays open & active year round.

I’ll probably host a FUN mini-challenge in July, so join in and stay tuned…

I only had two meals yesterday, and just over 900 calories. I had a very late breakfast (closer to lunch) then a very early dinner… and I was busy in the evening – then too tired to worry with eating again last night. πŸ˜›

My weight has been doing it’s usual “dance” this week. I hit an all time low of 143.6 last week (on Thursday), it bounced up to 145.6 by yesterday (Monday), and back down to 144 pounds today.

This Saturday marks 90 full days I’ve been powering through this low carb challenge, so the final weigh-in will be on Sunday morning. I fully intend to beat my lowest weight by then and end this challenge at my lowest weight yet!

Day 85: Monday’s Low Carb Meals

I started the day with coffee. It was a busy morning, including a few errands, and I finally made breakfast closer to lunchtime. I had bacon leftover from the day before, so I just fried up a couple of eggs to go with the bacon.

Bacon and Eggs - Zero Carb Breakfast

Bacon & Eggs is considered a “zero carb meal” even though both do have trace carbs, it’s just a negligible amount. I count it though. Eggs are .4 carbs each, or 1 carb for 2 eggs.

I made a big plate of “snacks” for lunch – or an early dinner – however you want to call it. πŸ™‚ It was a huge plate of various foods, so I just snacked on it for an hour or so while I was working in the afternoon.

I had salami, spicy pepperoni, colby jack cheese, cream cheese, blueberries & raspberries. Such a delicious combo of low carb foods!!

Low Carb Snacks

It came to 11 net carbs, which is a lot for one meal (for me!) but I was planning on having bacon & eggs again for dinner. I just got too busy, and then too tired to eat again…

Here’s My MyFitnessPal Diary for Monday:

MyFitnessPal Low Carb Food Diary with Net Carbs Subtracted

Tracking Macronutrients (Simple Explanation of Macros)

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Calories: 916
Net Carbs: 18
Total Carbs: 21
Protein: 41 Grams
73% Fat, 19% Protein
Water: 48 ounces


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I didn’t get a workout in yesterday. My arms and abs needed a “recovery day” after working them two days in a row, lol. I thought I’d get out for a walk last night, but like I said… by the end of the day I just wanted to crawl in bed. πŸ˜›

I have a day full of errands today so I’ll probably grab some easy low carb take-out along the way. It’ll be nice to have a break from the kitchen. I’m getting bored with my usual foods anyway!

How are things going on your end?

I look forward to hearing from you!

Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler

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10 Responses to Low Carb Meals & Free Fat Bomb Download

  1. kathy bolen says:

    love seeing you post and being able to see what you have eaten to help you get the weight off. Love seeing you doggie too. Can you post some of the fat bombs recipes for us folks that don’t have kindles?? That would be wonderful even if you just did one a day or so. Keep up the great work you put out there we love seeing.

  2. Adrienne says:

    Thanks for all the ideas and advice, I love seeing all the food! I haven’t been so creative, but still sticking to under 20 carbs a day. I’ve been walking every day, I’m getting at least 10+ k steps in every day but my weight has been stuck at 180! So frustrating, but I’m not giving up!

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Adrienne πŸ™‚

      How are you tracking? Are you also at 70% fat minimum? If not, try that. If so, up it to 80% for a week and see if that works!

      The first things to cut are nuts, cheese, cream cheese and any bars/shakes & processed foods. So you can try that as well. πŸ™‚ Keep me posted!!

  3. Sherry Shaw says:

    Hi Lynn,
    You look great by the way, do you recommend pork skins? I like the crunch now & then, but I know they are salty.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Sherry πŸ™‚

      Pork Skins are low carb, so sure! I just bought some today actually. I like to put butter & cinnamon & sweetener (I use Torani sugar free vanilla syrup, but splenda even would do) and bake them up for a sweet ‘n salty snack. πŸ™‚

      Sodium is actually a GOOD thing on a low carb ketogenic diet, as it’s a diuretic and your body flushes out sodium much faster in ketosis. So it’s not something to worry about.

  4. Gigi says:

    I am looking for a recipe like that for the pork skins. Do you have this posted somewhere? Sometimes i eat barbq pork skins with a slice or two of pepper jack cheese for a snac . It really curbs my appetite but often times i am craving something sweet so i really love this idea you posted here. I love the torani syrups

    I also wondered where ppl are finding the parmesan crisps
    sometimes i just got to have something crunchy and salty. Lol.
    I use the pork skins a lot for that. I use them like crackers or chips. Lol.

    • Gigi says:

      The pork skins i get are all 0 carbs. Even the bbq or hot n spicy ones.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      I’ll have to look those up (the parmesan chips). I will probably have to order them online since I have very few stores here, unless they carry them at Wal-Mart.

      I just put the pork skins on a baking sheet, with a “tin foil boat” and put a tablespoon or two of butter and a dash of cinnamon & Torani sugar free vanilla – then bake around 350 and keep tossing them around to get them coated good.

      It reminds me of those cinnamon twists from taco bell. πŸ™‚

      • Gigi says:

        Thanks Lyn
        that sounds so yummy!
        I guess i am going to have to take a look on line for some low carb foods like the parmesan crisps. I will look at netrition as wel . πŸ™‚

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