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#1 Agd111



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Posted 15 August 2021 - 09:28 AM

Going to start a new 500 kcal fast for a wedding on 11th September. I've put on 10kg in the past few years after a few bad things happened in my life. I'm ready to get back to my old self but definitely need to jump start it, so what better motivation than a wedding next month!
I will start tomorrow as I've already eaten breakfast and a coffee today.
This is my accountability but if anyone has any advice on filling foods or certain food that can kickstart me that would be lovely
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Posted 16 August 2021 - 09:55 PM

Egg drop soup: make a broth (bullion cube + garlic powder + ginger powder + soy sauce- low sodium kind maybe?), bring to a boil, whisk an egg in a cup. Make a whirlpool by stirring the broth. Pour a long, thin line of egg into the vortex very slowly. Immediately take off heat and serve. Sliced green onions= good topping, and onions have fiber + vitamins.


You can make the broth as big as you'd like, and you're getting protein from the egg. You need that for your heart/organs to keep going.








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Posted 12 September 2021 - 08:19 AM

I like to use a low calorie bread. I found one at the store for 45 calories a slice. It is made by Nature’s Own. Add mustard for 0 calories and plain Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise. Then pickle slices, lettuce, green pepper and tomato slices and ham slices at 40 calories a slice. It ends up being less than 200 calories and is very very filling. My favorite thing is that if anyone is watching you eat they can see it is a normal sized meal. 

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