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KETO??

 

Jgarcia46

2 7 months ago
Too much food

 

Sueofd

2 7 months ago
weight loss

 

suemills3

9 8 months ago
Meat Options?

 

trimforever

2 9 months ago
Swapping Meals

 

trimforever

2 10 months ago
Upload photoH

 

doingitright

2 10 months ago
switching foods

 

ssmith-g

2 10 months ago
New

 

mshomeclean

10 10 months ago
meat measurement

 

DTWHEELER

2 10 months ago
disallowing foods

 

Yeahnow34

2 10 months ago
Recipes

 

DTWHEELER

4 11 months ago
Pork Chops

 

Nanay

2 11 months ago
Wondering if this will work for me

 

rbearg@gmail.com

2 11 months ago
menu items

 

anabouchard

8 11 months ago
eating out?

 

pjmarshall

2 11 months ago

Diet Water Cooler

  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Kyth500. That is FANTASTIC!!! Thanks so much for posting that tip here.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Readymom, and congratulations! We wish you continued success and good health, and are happy to help however we can. Water is "free," so it doesn't need to be listed in your menu (like herbs and spices).

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, debcargo. The best evening snack would be a source of calcium, probiotics (good bacteria), protein, and fiber. This is usually yogurt - start with plain, then add to it unsweetened berries or cut-up fruit, plus a high-quality sweetener like inulin or Stevia (with or without erythritol). This keeps your blood sugar and insulin steady and supports your bones and night-time gut activity that benefits your metabolism.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, debcargo. The best evening snack would be a source of calcium, probiotics (good bacteria), protein, and fiber. This is usually yogurt - start with plain, then add to it unsweetened berries or cut-up fruit, plus a high-quality sweetener like inulin or Stevia (with or without erythritol). This keeps your blood sugar and insulin steady and supports your bones and night-time gut activity that benefits your metabolism.

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