October 15, 2013

Leon, WTF did you eat yesterday? Day 2

I spent most of Saturday in the car and then forgot to thaw meat for the crock pot in time to have a lunch ready for yesterday, so I ended up buying lunch from the Kroger deli.  When I did get around to cooking the thawed meat, I had slightly too much for the crock, so I fried up two slices of it as steaks.  Chewy steaks, but not awful.  I didn't eat solid food until about noon, and yesterday was a fairly small day food-wise.  I had meant to eat some of the red bell peppers I bought on sale, but wasn't hungry after the beef.

32 ounces of coffee (sumatra)
4 Tbl grass-fed half-n-half
12 ounces roast beef (unsure of cut, seemed very lean)
4 ounces Greek olives stuffed with blue cheese
12 ounces bottom round roast, trimmed and fried in
1 Tbl grass-fed butter (Kerrygold)

20000 IU D3
3 grams vitamin C
6 grams DHA/EPA fish oil (from the fridge)
1200 mg gelatin
1500 mg collagen
2 tablets of Chrysin Surge
1 tablet of DHEA
0.5 grams magnesium

Update: Removed cinnamon tablet that I didn't take yesterday.

Posted by: leoncaruthers at 08:02 AM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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1 No greens today? Where do you get your grass fed dairy? Specialty market? I can certainly find grass fed butter, but half and half? Maybe I'll check Central Market (similar to Whole Foods) again.

Posted by: mare at October 15, 2013 08:53 AM (A98Xu)

2 I seem to recall an H2 discussion about cinnamon but can't remember why people take it.
Are you treating something or preventative?

Posted by: mare at October 15, 2013 08:55 AM (A98Xu)

3 Olives are green so never mind.

Posted by: mare at October 15, 2013 08:56 AM (A98Xu)

4 Cinnamon improves insulin sensitivity, I actually didn't take it yesterday and C&P'd it by mistake.  I try to take the cinnamon whenever I'm eating a carbohydrate-heavy meal.  And no, no real veggies yesterday (olives are fruits).  I'd planned to eat some peppers, as I said, but I had no appetite for them after the round steaks.

The grocery store I shop at in Ann Arbor (Hiller's) carries Organic Pastures dairy products.  All of the OP stuff is ultra-pasteurized, which isn't ideal, but it's better than the regular hormone-laden and reconstituted milk (milk is always skimmed now in regular dairies; the various %s are achieved by adding varying amounts of cream back to the "milk").  Kerrygold butter and cheese is much more widely available.

Posted by: leoncaruthers at October 15, 2013 09:11 AM (kc1ED)

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