What I Eat on a Regular Day

I’ll be sharing what I eat on a regular day based on my personal macros. It’s not always like this, sometimes I eat more, sometimes less. It depends on how active I need to be during the day. I’m only lightly active and I’m a breastfeeding mom to a toddler. I’m also doing 12:12 Intermittent Fasting.

My Macros

These are my personal macros for my current weight, body fat%, and activity level. If I want to lose weight moderately, I should be eating 1286 calories, 53 grams protein and 110grams of fat. I recalculate this every month to adjust for my new weight. So far I have lost 16.4 lbs and 7 inches from my waist. I’m still far from my goal weight but there’s no rush.

I recalculate this every month to adjust for my new weight. I only track my food at the beginning of each month, just to familiarize myself with my new portions. I use MyFitnessPal to log my food.

Of course, this is not the only way to do Keto, but this is what’s easy for me. I’m not a fan of complicated recipes. The only thing I like to make is Keto Bread. You can be as creative as you want, just make sure that your food is lowcarb, and you are getting all the macro and micronutrients you need. Butter, eggs, meat and leafy greens are the basics. No need to buy expensive nuts, cheese, and seeds if it doesn’t fit your budget yet.

Breakfast

When I wake up, I’m still fasting. I just drink water, tea at salt water with apple cider vinegar. I break my fast with Bulletproof coffee. This usually keeps me full for least 2 hours.

Lunch and Snacks

Honestly, I just listen to my body. I eat when I’m hungry and stop before I feel full. I don’t add coconut oil or butter to my hot cocoa anymore. I only do that if I’m really hungry or if I need to meet my fat requirements for the day.

Dinner

I like to eat meat for dinner because it takes longer to digest. Then I take my multivitamins and magnesium supplements. I try to stop eating before 9:30pm and I start another round of fasting for 12 hours.

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