Pylot's Weight Loss Weight LossKetogenicTasty!

by pylot
Last updated January 4, 2017 Copy
AmountVolumeIngredientUSD / daySource
52g1scoopOn 100% Natural Oats &
7gNOW Potassium GluconateUSD0.19Amazon
2gMSM Sulfur Powder (Doctor's Best)USD0.07amazon
2.5gPotassium chlorideUSD0.05amazon
14ml1tbspOrganic Extra Virgin Coconut OilUSD0.20amazon
30gCacao PowderUSD0.91amazon
75gPre-cooked Masa (Masa Precocida)USD0.09
50gOat Flour/Powder (grind from oats)USD0.13Costco
3gIodized SaltUSD0.00Local (HT)
48g¼cupSeeds, chia seeds, driedUSD0.48Amazon
30gBrown SugarUSD0.07local
1pillKirkland Daily MultiUSD0.03Costco
1pillKirkland Vitamin D3 2000iuUSD0.03Costco
1pillKirkland CalciumUSD0.02Costco
3pillNature's Bounty Fish OilUSD0.25
1pillKirkland Vitamin CUSD0.03Costco
1pillFlaxseed OilUSD0.04Costco
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Slowly working on a first recipe...

Went with coconut oil as it's a good MCT. On oats & whey is one of the few no-sweetener protein powders that aren't very expensive. Started with chocolate oats & whey but switching over to vanilla. Too much chocolate with the cacao powder. Happened to have a bunch of agave around, and want to get rid of it, so using that instead of sugar right now. Also switched in rice instead of oats - less manganese in the recipe that way. Rice flour is tough to find or expensive. My blendtec will make rice flour but it ruins the jar, so what I do is soak the rice overnight in water, then blend it.

8/3/15 Edit: Swapped out the rice, it never blends very well. Switched over to Oats, but not as much. Added chia seeds. The chia creates a very nice, thick shake, instead of it being runny. Costco had it on sale for about $4.20/lb, and I'm going to order a 6 lb bag from Amazon which drops the price even further to about $3.30/lb.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
52% Carb, 17% Protein, 31% Fat
% Daily Values*
Total Carbohydrate176g
Dietary Fiber 39g
Total Fat47g
Saturated Fat16g
Monounsaturated Fat3g
Polyunsaturated Fat5g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids2g
Omega-6 Fatty Acids3g
* Percent Daily Values are based on "pylot's U.S. government DRI, male 19-50, 1500 calories, low carb". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: pylot's U.S. government DRI, male 19-50, 1500 calories, low carbChange

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