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P3 foods I've eaten so far

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I'm now on P3 day 4 and this is what I've eaten so far: butter, milk, coconut oil, bacon and sausage (sugar free), eggs, salmon, liver, steak, hamburger, roast chicken, pate, mustard, cottage cheese, feta, blue cheese, sour cream, blueberries, green apples, mixed lettuce, avocados, tomatoes, green olives, onions, garlic, courgettes, brussel sprouts, radishes, mushrooms, ACV, 85% chocolate, white wine...

After reading the forum I've ordered MCT oil and I've started taking L-Carintine, digestive enzymes, and probiotics. My shakes just arrived but I haven't experimented with them yet.

On day one my weight went up .2 and on day two it went up another .2 more and on day three it went up another .4 but today it's back down .4 lbs. So I'm now a total of .2 lbs over my final P2 weight.

This is my daily menu:

Day one:

Breakfast: 1 egg, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado
Lunch: Salmon, tomato, olives
Dinner: Liver, onions, bacon, 1/2 avocado
Snack: 2 tbsp cottage cheese
Drinks: Coffee w milk, pot of tea, water w ACV

Weight on following day: Up .2

Day two:

Breakfast: 1 egg, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado
Lunch: Hamburger, tomato, green olives, mustard, cottage cheese
Dinner: 1 egg, 2 pieces of sausage, tomato, 1/2 avocado
Snack: 2 tbsp Greek Yogurt
Drinks: Coffee w milk, pot of tea, water w ACV

Weight on following day: Up .4

Day three:

Breakfast: 1 egg, 2 pieces of sausage, 1/2 avocado
Lunch: Salad w tomato, 4 green olives, 4 radishes, 4 mushrooms, cottage cheese, feta, 1/2 courgette, coconut oil + ACV, pate
Dinner: Leg of roast chicken, 4 brussel sprouts
Snack: Baked apple, dob of Greek Yogurt
Drinks: Coffee w milk, pot of tea, water w ACV
Alcohol: Half glass white wine

Weight on following day: Down .4

Day four:

Breakfast: 1 egg, 2 pieces of sausage
Lunch: Salad w tomato, 5 green olives, 2 radishes, 4 mushrooms, 2-3 tbsp cottage cheese, cubes of roasted chicken, 1/2 courgette, sour cream and blue cheese dressing
Snack: Blueberries in small bowl of Greek Yogurt w Xylitol for sweetness
Dinner: Hamburger w mustard, 1/2 avocado, small tomato, three green olives
Snack: Bite of 85% chocolate, baked green apple with cinnamon and Xylitol
Drinks: Coffee w milk, pot of tea, water w ACV, decaf w milk
Alcohol: White wine 1.3 glass

Weight on following day: Tomorrow is not here yet

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Updated May 6th, 2011 at 07:59 AM by Catthai

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  1. Tate's Avatar
    Your menu looks great! Sounds like your P3 is off to a solid start! I've read about the MCT oil before. Is it supposed to be better than coconut oil?
  2. Vineeta's Avatar
    Wow. You are doing great. I'm adding things in a little more cautiously as my weight seems to be more volatile than yours. Might try some olives and bacon today. Thanks for the reminder.
  3. Catthai's Avatar
    Thanks :-) On my first P3 I added too much too fast (cheddar, chocolate and wine) so I'm going slow with those.

    Good luck with your P3, it's great fun once you get the hang of it!

    (and now I have to go an add one more bit in - a baked apple)
  4. ILoveCheese's Avatar
    Looks good! I'm hoping I won't get too crazy with adding things in...I plan to take it slow, but we'll see Thanks for posting!
  5. Catthai's Avatar
    It's hard to take it really slow (so many goodies you can have) but I know from reading what others have done that the fats especially are important, even in the beginning.

    I had a gain this morning so I'm guessing that sour cream and blue cheese are the ones. I didn't have them the last P3 at all.
  6. ILoveCheese's Avatar
    I know cheese will be my downfall, so I know I'll have to proceed with caution on that. But I'm with you, I've been reading through and seeing what's working for people and what's not. I know everything won't affect everyone the same, but it definitely helps to have an idea of what to look for
  7. Catthai's Avatar
    Cheese is one of those ones that it's easy to go hog wild on (for me) because I LOVE it. Cheese on eggs, cheese on anything :-D

    Cheese likes me but I do have to add it slower than the fatty meats. For both of my rounds, seems I'm perfectly ok adding cottage cheese and Greek Yogurt from the beginning, but only in tablespoons at a time. And hard cheddar goes in towards the second week. Chocolate and wine don't have an adverse affect on me either. But the blue cheese - that's out for now.

    Another one I have to watch closely - being stopped up. It's a pound easily and can throw all my thinking off on what's making the gain. But that weight this morning went up so fast that I'm sure it's the blue cheese. I'm not so sure about the sour cream but they were buddies in crime together so it's back on the no list for now.
    Updated May 6th, 2011 at 04:28 PM by Catthai
  8. abbey's Avatar
    oh my god you are on p3 already?! How did that happen?

    It feels like everyone I started with is leeeeeaving me *cue melodramatic music*

    Seriously though, please eat some yogurt for me. Everything else I'm hunky dory about now having but I MISS yogurt (and chocolate ) !
  9. Catthai's Avatar
    lol! I had a terrible second P2 so instead of suffering the full intended time and boring everyone with my whinging, I decided to go to P3 when it was legal. But no worries, I'll be back in P2 soon enough. My new schedule is so wonky that I've decided to cycle. Also, shorter P2's avoid the potential of another painful round. And my third excuse? As I only have 18 or so pounds before goal I feel comfortable playing out of the box.

    Btw - I'm DROWNING in Greek Yogurt - YUM! The chocolate has to come on sloooooooooooooooow though. I'm ok with it but... last night I had my first teensy nibble.
  10. abbey's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Catthai
    My new schedule is so wonky that I've decided to cycle. Also, shorter P2's avoid the potential of another painful round.

    Sounds like a good plan - I thought I'd seen you over in the cycling forum. I'm thinking of doing a very long round this round (50 - 60 days) if I can manage it, then p3 and p4.. THEN cycle 3 weeks p2 and 3 weeks p3 til I hit goal.
  11. Catthai's Avatar
    I did a 57 first round and loved it (after I got into the swing of things). But I was sick twice and did lots of traveling so I needed the extra time to lose what I did. I would have been better off cycling after a regular round (would have lost more). Because if what they are saying is true, your big gains are in the beginning so why not have lots of beginnings? And it causes less stress on your body.

    Much of this is experimental though so I'm just going to listen to my body. If it doesn't like cycling then I'll switch back.
  12. abbey's Avatar
    That's a good point .. I'll think about that some over the next few days. Maybe I'll just do a 50 day round. I reaaaaaaaaaalllly want to get under 100kilos if I can, right now I'm sitting at 105, so it is achievable!
  13. Catthai's Avatar
    It absolutely is! It's exciting to see those goals reached so easily and so fast. I love this diet :-)