#BrightLineBites .🌺 Here’s a lovely BLE way to start your day, courtesy of @brightlinejourney on Instagram.⬇💕 Check it out… “Bright line breakfast: 2 hard boiled eggs🥚🥚 on a bed of 4 oz quinoa, 3 oz mandarin 🍊+ 3 oz mango drizzled with orange blossom water.” Simply gorgeous!😍 Thank you for sharing.💛
Oat fiber Crackers
40net carb total batch. You get about 80- 3x1” crackers so 1/2 netcarb each and loads of fiber. It’s a bit on dry side so perfect for dipping or snacking w a low carb beer. Just make them and keep them around. You will love them. Keto must! Think I’ll make Keto Doritos next watch me do it!
3oz oat fiber
2tsp cracked pepper
2tsp dried rosemary
2 egg white
4tbsp olive oil
1/2cup almond butter
1/2cup sesame seeds
1/4cup pumpkin seeds
Can additionally add flax seeds, walnuts
Add warm water 1+cups until it clumps into hard dough
Roll out between parchment thin before you hear pumpkin seeds crack
Score with knife 3x1” sticks
350- for 10-12min until edge turn golden
Sweet sunday, de "postre" un panquecito de harina integral con canela (20g de hidratos de carbono) con una cucharadita de "mermelada" de mini mandarinas cero azúcar hecha en casa -7g de carbs- whole grain mini muffin with home made tangerine 🍊"jam" with NO added sugar - regardless of this, please consider that the prepping of this jam, makes the fruit release extra sugar, so do not consume it as if it were fresh fruit, use a much smaller portion, just to treat yourself) aunque la mermelada no tiene azúcar añadido, la preparación misma hace que se concentre el azúcar natural de la fruta, así que no consumir una cantidad como si fuera fruta fresca). También tomo mi metformina y unos probióticos increibles -colágeno y omega- @pavia_salud (my metformin AND some amazing probiotics called Pavia -collagen and omega-) 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 #healthy#fitness#healthylifestyle#carbcounting#hypoglycemia#insulinresistance#happyhealthy#morning#weighloss#goals
My breakfast this morning was the bomb. I brought avocados from our tree that were not going to make it through our week away, so I had an avocado cheddar omelet that was so good. I also brought some of Trader Joe's shelf stable whipping cream. Perfection.
Plane snacks! Jilz crackers, string cheese, babybel and pepitas. Not pictured is a Lily's chocolate bar that I shared with my girls, a beef stick, more cheese and macadamia and Brazil nuts. I ate a lot of snacks, but that was lunch and dinner.
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I think I’m on a mission to create the craziest egg combos!
You’ll never guess what in this and how freakin’ awesome it is!!!
Go ahead...try! I’ll give you a minute...
YASSSSS! Try it! It’s awesome, you’re WELCOME!😘
I've received a few questions about the topping on my breakfast porridge.
I used Bodylab's @bodylab creamy caramel 'zero topping', which is with no added sugar, and low fat with only 1,9 g fat per 100 gram.
Bodylab is a danish company known for their dietary supplements, products used broadly among fitness enthusiasts and of course known for their protein pancakes and waffles - with a spoon of their 'proteinella' (a chocolate spread high on protein). When in need for a topping or dressing look for products without added sugar.
Bodylab's caramel topping has 182 calories per 100 gram.
Bodylab's thousand island is 10 calories per 100 gram.
Bodylab's Caesar dressing is 14 calories per 100 gram.
The products are quite tasty! 😋
Sunday morning set change 💉
There's not really anything I can say I hate about having #typeone .... of course I have times when I wish I didn't have it and there are times when I get so frustrated that I just end up in tears 😂🙈... it passes .... eventually 😉. I've always "coped" by thinking I could have something worse, something that can't be treated. At least diabetes can be treated so you can live a normal (slightly more organised lol) life 🙆♀️👌
Hooooowever 😝 the one thing I really do HATE (!!!) is the smell of insulin 👃😖 it makes my tummy churn. And the worst bit is you can't get away from it when you're changing your pump (every 3 days) or when you're injecting (daily) 💩👎... suppose you could wear gloves so it doesn't get on your hands 🤔 but who's got time for that? Lol 👐
Wish I could end this caption with a handy tip/hack.... buuut I can't so sorry about that 😝🙊
All I can say is that smelly clear liquid keeps me alive so I suppose the fact it doesn't have a dreamy scent is a small price to pay 🤔😉⚘
It's Sunday and I was really in the mood for a slice of bread with butter on it. But then I remembered that I had strawberries 🍓 in the fridge and Bodylab @bodylab creamy caramel topping on the kitchen table 🤤
My breakfast is a portion of Urtekram's @urtekram "Firkornsgroed" with strawberries 🍓 on top and a splash of creamy caramel topping.
The portion of porridge is 365 calories per 100 gram and I used 42 gram. 365 / 100 = 3,65 x 42g = 153,3 calories.
Strawberries 🍓 is 40 calories per 100 gram and I used 118 gram. 40 / 100 = 0,40 x 118 = 47,2 calories.
The creamy caramel topping is 182 calories per 100 gram and I used 9 gram. 182 / 100 = 1,82 x 9 = 16,38 calories.
BREAKFAST CALORIES TOTAL: 216,88 calories.
Breakfast leaves me with 1283,12 calories left for the rest of the day.
Sunday morning studies: reading more about insulin resistance has helped me to understand how my health reached this point, and why it’s so important to stay motivated to fix it.
For me, the trigger seems to have been both long-term stress and a sedentary lifestyle (from working long hours in a high-pressure environment while also completing a degree). I love the work I do, and I’m proud of graduating with Distinction this year, but the toll it all took has been a high price to pay.
Some of the symptoms/effects of insulin resistance include: weight gain and inability to lose weight, high blood pressure, inflammation, depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, erratic menstrual cycle, and sugar/carb cravings. All of which I have experienced over the last three years.
Long term, insulin resistance can lead to diabetes, heart disease, stroke, gout, and kidney stones - frightening stuff!!! So I’m very happy to be getting healthy again, and grateful my new doctor listened, tested, and prescribed the right medication and lifestyle changes. #insulinresistance#lifestylechanges#healthyhabits#fitnessgoals#fitnessjourney#believeinyourself#yougotthis