5 Steps to prevent Heart Disease

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

High Fat, High Protein, Low Carb menu for one day

                        calories   total fat  saturated fat   carbs     protein    sodium    oz/grams    
3 large eggs      295        24g          6g                1.5 g       18g       210 mg       150g             


3 Bacon slices   126        10g            3g                0g           9g        246mg          24g               

3 sausages        652         51g          18g                3g         45g        2310mg      9oz/255g       

10 oz Lean        500        20g          10g                0g         80g         170mg         10 oz           

Total                1,573         105g       37g               4.5g     152g       2936mg                          


% calories                    60%fat   21%sat fat  1.1%carb 38.7% protein
                
fat  (105X9=945) divide by 1,573= 60%
carb (4.5X4=18) divide by 1,573 = 1.1%
protein (152X4=608) divide by 1,573 = 38.7%
Total cholesterol 1,060 mg

I have been on a diet similar to this since Jan. 2011.  My LDL-P has been excellent. 

Carbs do creep in during the day.  I have salad with Blue Cheese dressing.  I have coffee with cream.
I eat olives.  I drink approx. 12 oz wine/d often.  I eat munster cheese, swiss cheese.  I will have a bagel once or twice a week.  I use a lot of mayo in my tuna and cook my eggs with butter and put it on my steak sometimes.

I have stayed on this diet because I have not gained weight on it and I am not hungry. 

I have followed my advanced lipid profile, CAC and CIMT frequently and the results are excellent.

Since my return from my Southeast driving tour,  I have gone from 263 pounds back to 256 pounds.  That is the weight I started this diet on in Jan 2011.  On the car tour I was sedentary and I had more carbs than usual.  Mostly 3 pizzas. 


http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/dairy-and-egg-products/111/2

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/pork-products/7676/2

nutritiondata.self.com/facts/sausages-and-luncheon-meats/1376/2 (I got most of the data off the package label from SAMS)

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beef-products/3577/23

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