Weekend Plans Post: Feeling Peckish



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  1. Avatar Kristin Devine

    Ah finally something I know a lot about.

    I don’t personally do well on low carb diets but for my clients I have them do lower carb quite often. The big challenge is sticking with it when you have to go somewhere. There are quite a few processed options but if you prefer not to go that route:

    Hard boiled eggs are great but are often hard to eat in public. Egg salad and tuna salad may be easier.

    Cheese, nuts, seeds, jerky, snow peas, cherry tomatoes, all those little finger vegetables are all great.

    Going to an event, meatballs and chicken wings can be low carb depending on the sauce you use.

    They sell little packets of Justin nut butters with apples or celery.

    Carrot sticks and fruit are good but are higher carb, some people don’t tolerate them as well.

    If you like hummus and babaganoush those are good and low carb dips.Report

  2. Avatar aaron david


  3. Avatar Tracy Downey

    It’s Fish Friday, so I’m preparing lemon teriyaki salmon, with spinach and veggies. I thought about adding jasmine rice but… counting calories…and writing. I haven’t had much time to do that this week.

    Reflecting on my 40 days in the Southern desert.

    Saturday,aside from my usual routine, I’m attending the St. Patrick’s Day parade with my mom and friends.

    Sunday is church, then celebrating the holiday at myson’s Corned beef and cabbage with a side of Jameson’s, and I’m making a mint chocolate cream pie (sorry Em.🤣) for mygranddaughter. I love the combination together.

    God Bless, Jaybird and everyone.Report

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