Fitbit & Carb Accountability Post

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Got a workout in and made my Fitbit goal, plus, ate clean. A little high on protein and too low on healthy fats but kept my carbs under 10% (25 grams).

Choices

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Fitbit Accountability

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Still can’t work out but that isn’t stopping me from being active and getting my Fitbit steps in. My goal was reached by noon and over 200 floors were climbed!

SUPPER’S READY: Twisted Cobb Salad

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I lucked out and found some Boars Head Buffalo Chicken Sausage on clearance this morning and got inspired by the recipe on the package, so tonight’s supper was Buffalo Chicken Sausage Cobb Salad. Everyone LOVED it and I loved saving money.

10 Things to Remember

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Saturday Brunch

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SUPPER’S READY: Paleo Stuffed Peppers!

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Paleo Stuffed Peppers was our Sunday supper. Very easy to make, but a little spicy for young mouths…next time, I’ll use green peppers and add heat via hot sauce instead._

Food Diary: January 20th, 2017

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Accountability Post: Keto eating has been on point and despite not being able to exercise for a week, I am trying to remain active by going for walks.

Breakfast: Bacon & Cheddar Omelet
Supper: Paleo Chick-fil-a Chicken
Dessert: Keto BFF Brownie

SUPPER’S READY: Morrocan-Style Chicken Recipe

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It may not look very good or heck, even sound very good but it is! I first saw this dish at a friend’s wedding and thought the combination was weird but with some coaxing, a spoonful landed on my plate and I discovered this odd blend of flavors actually works.

Unlike other recipes for Moroccan chicken, this recipe is easy. I’ve completely simplified it to the point that only a few ingredients are required; chicken thighs, broccoli, green olives, garlic powder, cumin, mayo, salt & pepper and cooking fat of choice.

COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:
1.Add your cooking oil to a cast iron pan, salt and pepper your chicken thighs and add them to your pan.
2. Cook on each side for three minutes.
3. Place covered cast iron in preheated 350° for 30 minutes.
4. Cut and wash broccoli before steaming. Remove when tender and drain.
5. Add a whole bunch of cut olives to broccoli and mix in desired mayo and 1 tsp of cumin.
6. When chicken thighs are fully cooked, place beside broccoli mixture and ENJOY!

TIP: For more flavor add cilantro, ground ginger, turmeric.

Getting Fit!

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COMPLETELY MOTIVATED! If I continue to eat clean and strive to be active by getting approximately 9000 steps daily, I will be under 300 pounds for the first time in years in 5 weeks (or less)! As per doctor’s orders I’m not able to workout or participate in water aerobics until the skin graft takes but that doesn’t mean I can’t go for enjoyable walks and burn calories.

NEXT GOAL: UNDER 300 POUNDS!!!

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