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Tuesday, January 04, 2011

I watched "I Used To Be Fat" On MTV.com and it was so motivating. The girl on the show lost like 93 lbs in 111 days! It's a good show.

Still have a cold and not up to working out, but no carb withdraw yet. Yesterday I had some peanut butter (not induction friendly) and was around 24 grams of carbs after fiber. I'll probably eat a serving of PB a day unless I find I'm not losing. Life without PB would just make me sad heehee. I melted some coconut oil over low to med heat on the stove, stirred in some splenda, then pb and mixed it really good. I spooned it in some cupcake papers and put in the freezer and it reminded me of my grandmas pb fudge. YUMMY! Okay enough pb talk.
Oh I also made a chicken curry in my slow cooker which used a can of cream of chicken soup, so I guess I cannot say it is Atkins induction, but still low carb!

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  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I love peanut butter too and allow for it in my plan.
    3768 days ago
  • ESPRESSOMOM
    Sounds like a great breakfast!

    3779 days ago
  • CARRAND
    I have peanut butter almost every morning for breakfast. I use the all natural kind, and put it on gluten free toaster waffles. With some fruit, it's actually a pretty healthy breakfast.
    3780 days ago
  • ESPRESSOMOM
    Peanut butter is my weakness emoticon Erin, I'll have to check those out!! Thanx!
    3780 days ago
  • ELA325
    I really like the coloring of your blog, very cool with the brown and blue. Hope you feel better soon. Take it easy for now and rest up so when you get better you can have a great workout. You made me want to go get a jar of peanut butter!
    3780 days ago
  • ERIN1957
    interesting ideas and curry is so good for you too, I think they have a LC recipe here for cream soups subs for times like this.
    The best in 2011!
    3780 days ago
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