LCHF Coffee

I woke up pretty early today and decided to take a long walk. Before I left I tried to drink a LCHF-Coffee. I used to like these but for some reason I did not manage to get it down today… So even thou I hate throwing away “food” I had to do it. The LCHF-Coffee is made of coffee, butter and coconut oil.

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I made another cup of “clean” coffee and went out on an 8km walk.

A long day of gaming and I managed to drink 3 cans of Coke Zero. After 6 hours it was a draw…

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When I got home I went to the store and did some shopping. I bought a lot of minced meat for next week. I will probably try to have burgers with butter all week to see if I can get the weight under control. It’s all over the scale now.

Tonight I mede almost the same as yesterday. The minced meed was exchanged with chicken and I added some feta cheese. Quite lot of feta cheese actually… 200g…

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The intakes was

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/Tommy

 

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2 Responses to LCHF Coffee

  1. RoRo says:

    Hi there,

    I love reading your website and posts. I especially love your food pictures and the simplicity that you use in your meals. Can you tell me what tools you use to come with the your nutrition chart? How do you com up with the Skaldeman number and where can I get more information on it?

    Also, it would be so useful if you could add a search section on your website. I’m not sure how labour intensive or complicated it would be but it would be so much easier to navigate your website by search for key words.

    Anyway, thank you so much!!

    RoRo

    • Tommy says:

      Hi, Thanks!

      I use an “app” called lifesum to enter what I eat and get the numbers. I then register in my own database in “Numbers” (Excel för Mac) and create the graph. The Skaldeman is calculated in this database and is really the relation between the amount of fat, carbs and proteins. So 100g of fat, 95g of proteins and 5g of carbs is a ratio of 1,0. 100/(95+5)=1,0

      I’ll look at the search tool. I have int on the Swedish site and I thought I had it here too…

      /Tommy

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