I had low-carb waffles layered with cottage cheese mixed with blueberries (sweetened with several drops of EZ-Sweetz) again this morning. I needed to use up the cottage cheese, plus I tend to eat something several times in a row if I really like it.
So, not surprisingly, for lunch I had alfredo sauce with rotisserie chicken left over from last night. Afterwards, I had a spoonful of natural peanut butter.
For dinner I had some packaged, pre-cooked strips of steak from Costco with some ketchup. Unfortunately, I’m out of low-sugar ketchup, so I picked up a few unnecessary carbs here, but not enough to worry about. This is a small, dessert-sized plate, by the way. When I’m low-carbing, I find that it doesn’t take nearly as much to fill me.
Afterwards, I had a sugar-free cherry Popsicle.
Update: The next morning, I had gained two-tenths of a pound. I don’t necessarily consider this an indictment of what I ate this day; I know I’m going to see disheartening (and totally unjustified!) fluctuations like this. That’s okay. Losing weight is only a nice side benefit to eating low-carb. My primary objective is the health benefits.