fat-food

grunge/ lucid ☯

💘When you accidentally take an awkward picture of yourself.😬😂

i’d rather be conceited and self indulgent than insecure, and deal with all the bullshit that comes with insecurity

got me spinning like a ballerina
feeling gangsta every time I see ya
you’re the king and baby
i’m the queen of disaster, disaster

When you can’t find your other shoe or matching socks after a late night… It’s trying times for Jennovian…

grunge/ lucid ☯

🌊You can’t just love me. It’s not that easy.🚀

Lifestyle changes

Jon and I have recently started a low carb high fat (LCHF) diet on the advice of my mum-in-law. I wanted to share what I’ve been eating so far this week for anyone else who might be interested.

Basically, the LCHF diet permits you to eat red meat, chicken, seafood, most vegetables [preferably grown above ground], fruit occasionally, and full fat dairy like yogurt, cheese, cream, butter and milk. The strictly banned foods are: potatoes, rice, pasta, cereal, bread, legumes, processed sugar, margarine, and all oils except for coconut oil and olive oil.

Sunday

Breakfast: Bacon and eggs with a side of grapefruit.

Lunch: Cheese, salami, carrot and capsicum with dip.

Dinner: Pork marinated in a ginger sauce with a side salad of red oak leaf, avocado, walnuts, and a dash of balsamic vinegar.

Monday

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, bacon, Greek yogurt and blueberries.

Lunch: Leftovers from the previous night’s dinner.

Dinner: Red capsicums stuffed with grass fed mince beef. I cooked the beef with onion, zucchini, garlic, and organic crushed tomatoes.

Tuesday

Breakfast: Greek yoghurt with blueberries and a French earl grey with coconut milk.

Lunch: Leftovers, plus a yellow peach and a handful of nuts.

Dinner: Salmon in a paprika, cumin, garlic, salt and pepper rub. I served this with a salsa made with avocado, red onion, lime juice, and cilantro.

For something sweet Jon made some chocolate balls containing cacao, coconut, butter, honey, and coconut milk. Really simple and yummy.

I haven’t been drinking much milk because of the high carb/sugar content, but my goal is to eat more whole yogurt, cheese, and butter in the weeks to come.

So far my impression of the diet is that it’s easy if you’re at home enough and have time to plan your meals. I think it would be more challenging if you had spontaneous dinners out a lot, or didn’t pre-pack your lunch before work. We experienced carb withdrawals for a couple of days when we first started — we both had headaches, were irritable, and felt really tired. But we’re over that now and things look promising.

grunge/ lucid ☯

Pants off dance off. (Ft. My Grumpy Cat Christmas Edition tee)😛

intake for 1/27/15

haven’t done this in a while but I’m gonna start doing it periodically 

Breakfast: egg-white omelette with spinach and jalepenos, Frank’s Hot Sauce, 2 slices thick-cut bacon, 100 g sweet potato, and coffee with 4 tb sugar-free creamer (371 cals)

Lunch: low carb tortilla with spinach and tuna plus 150 g of sweet potato (355 cals)

Meal 3: 5 oz chicken breast, 2 cups broccoli, 1/2 cup brown rice  (~360)

Meal 4: 4 oz chicken breast, 1 cup broccoli (190 cals)

Snack: chocolate chip cookie dough Quest Bar (190 cals), 

Totals:

calories: ~1500

macros: 135g protein, 134g carbs, 44g fat