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Paleo/No/Low Carb Diets

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Mar 2018
1:58pm, 23 Mar 2018
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Red Squirrel
One of the issues is bringing enough lunch to work. I have a big appetite and limited space in my bag!
Mar 2018
2:00pm, 23 Mar 2018
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Curly45
If you need emergency snacks. I find pork scratchings really good. Available in almost all shops 😊
Mar 2018
2:42pm, 23 Mar 2018
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DeeGee
Not in any of our local Spar shops. Most annoying.
Mar 2018
2:46pm, 23 Mar 2018
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Garfield
I put coconut oil in my coffee or tea.
Mar 2018
3:28pm, 23 Mar 2018
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Red Squirrel
I like coconut oil. I also make own almond milk. I love avos as a snack, just eat them whole (peeled).
Sep 2020
8:10pm, 4 Sep 2020
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Gromit
I’ve been trying keto style diet for a month now and have lost a stone and starting to see improvements in performance mostly from the reduced weight of course , anyone still doing LCHF diet on here ?
Sep 2020
8:57pm, 4 Sep 2020
674 posts
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Non-runner
I’m on and off with it Gromit, largely due to a carb-loving spouse😊. I’m not too bothered about sweet stuff, always use butter, cream etc (no low fat here) and practice intermittent fasting pretty diligently. Lost a stone in lockdown this way using 5:2 method. I wish my lifestyle meant I could be more full-on Keto, I genuinely think it is the healthiest way to eat.
Sep 2020
8:58pm, 4 Sep 2020
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GimmeMedals
I had a lot of success with it a few years ago and am considering re-starting as I found it the best way to lose weight without feeling hungry.
Sep 2020
9:06pm, 4 Sep 2020
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TeeBee
Yes I'm pretty low carb most of the time, although don't go as far as keto. I fine just keeping off the sugar, whrat based products, plus potatoes and rice gives me enough benefits.
I'm also playing with intermittent fasting - so only eating between 12pm and ideally 8pm, but usually closer to 10pm.
Sep 2020
12:34pm, 5 Sep 2020
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Garfield
Me too TeeBee...I just gently tweak the carbs if I find I'm swelling a little bit! I've done intermittent fasting in the past (only not realising that it was a thing several decades in the past)...basically stop eating after 6pm, which I tend to do naturally anyways.

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