Ok I’m so confused, I’ve read that some people mix sugar free jello or sugar-free pudding with cool whip and use it as a substitute for ice cream. I thought well why not, so we tried it. After checking labels for the lowest carbs we picked the great value whipped topping which is 2 carbs per TBS – a whole container is 8 oz. and includes 25 servings. We divided the tub into four servings and I calculated that as 12 carbs (4.5 servings according to the label) way too many IMO. I guess though it really doesn’t matter because after reading the ingredients I can clearly see this whipped topping a not ketogenic since it contains not only Corn Syrup and High Fructose Corn Syrup, but a small amount of Sugar as well.
Once again I was really bad about drinking my water today, I only got 3 water bottles down. I also read that it’s good to eat pickles and/or drink the pickle juice for leg cramps, I’ll have to remember that tip.
Food Log – Day Twenty Two
Breakfast time came and went without notice because I was totally absorbed in writing post for next month.
By the time Lunch came around I still wasn’t hungry but I drank my Bullet Proof Coffee any way.
I’d been looking forward to Dinner because we we’re making Cheesy Bacon Roasted Cauliflower but when it came time to eat, I just couldn’t do it. I have a weak stomach and have always been a picky eater. If something has even the slightest hint of a distasteful smell to me I just can’t eat it. But don’t take my word for it, the husband said I’m crazy and this dish is a keeper because it was really good! So I ended up having coleslaw and seasoned chicken breast.
MACROS: 10.2% carbs, 14.4% Protien, and 75.4% Fat
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