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Old Sat, May-04-19, 17:03
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Plan: IF/Keto OMAD
Stats: 236.9/214.1/199 Female 66 inches
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DH introduced me to an easy recipe some 30 years ago: equal parts sour cream and mayo, add lots of dill weed. Mix. The longer it sits , the tastier.

Use like Ranch on a salad, or for a dip.


it's even better with chopped fresh dill! Mixed into a chopped cucumber,it makes a terrific salad!
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Old Sat, May-04-19, 19:46
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Plan: IF/Fung IDM
Stats: 375/259/175 Female 66 inches
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Hah, Funny, I just was just reading the other day that they believe it raises the baby's IQ to eat seafood to increase iodine. They're even going as far as to say that an iodine deficiency in the mother might be the cause of Autism.
Well good thing Iím past pregnancy age then as after reading the seafood chapter in the book ďReal Food, Fake FoodĒ I donít think Iíll ever eat seafood again, except maybe a whole Maine lobster, or maybe sardines.
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Plan: Atkins/Duke diet
Stats: 267/179/145 Female 5'4"
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We use Hellman's real mayonaisse, always have because we like the taste. It has 0 (zero) carbs and 0 (zero) sugar.
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Old Sun, Jun-16-19, 06:59
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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Plan: Dr. Bernstein
Stats: 188/170/135 Female 5 ft 4 inches
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We use Hellman's real mayonaisse, always have because we like the taste. It has 0 (zero) carbs and 0 (zero) sugar.


I like Best Foods, and it is the same as Hellman's - same company, made in the same factory with the same ingredients. The Best Foods label says it has sugar. Not much, probably, as it comes between the salt and lemon juice on the ingredient list.
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