This is the first real post on my English blog. To learn more about me and this site please read under the “tabs “About Tommy” and “About the Site” etc.
My goal with this site is to describe what I eat every day. A lot of people needs inspiration to understand what Low Carb High Fat is really about and to manage to eat themselves to a better health.
Normally I do not eat lunch but today I followed a co-worker to the store to buy some food and their take-away salad looked really nice so I actually bought me some too. Nice ingredients to a good price. The salad I picked included shrimps, chicken, olives, feta cheese, cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese, avocado, broccoli and some ruccola-sallad.
For dinner I had leftovers from yesterday. It was a gratin of minced lamb, chorizo sausage, egg and a lot of cheddar cheese. Seasoned with taco spice mix and garlic. Really nice yesterday and even better today.
After dinner I had some kabanoss sausage and more cheese (yes, I do eat a lot of cheese).
I use a tool to calculate the energy % and some other stuff and every day I will show what was in the food I ate that specific day.
I know people on Low Carb diets always says there is no need for counting calories. I do get the number itself from the tool I use so I always put it on the blog. I do however never let my choice of food be infused of the calories. It’s just fun fact… The Skaldeman ratio is maybe new to all non-sweedes. Its really a relation between protein and fat. Skaldeman (Sten-Sture) says in his books this should be above 1.0 for good health and closer to or above 2.0 for “weightloss”. I am normally between 1.0 and 2,0. Rarely over 2.0 nowadays.
(please disregard the date in the picture above… I got it wrong…)