Oops... some how I got off a day...
Breakfast: 3 scrambled eggs and bacon
Lunch:I was out and about so a double quarter pounder w/cheese no bun, mustard,pickles, onion or ketchup and 5 small yakitori from a street vendor
Dinner: Salad(lettuce and broccoli sprouts) and 2 pork sirloin steaks.
Dessert:Yogurt Cheese, Strawberries, Blue Berries, Cream and Natural sweetener.
The picture is a little funny because I used frozen blueberries :) Nothing wrong with them just frozen..I placed this back in the fridge for 2 hours and then mixed it up.. it was a little tart..but I rather liked it. Newvision had an article up about yogurt that stated that in the process of making the yogurt carbs are lost so you can actually count half of the carbs that you normally would. If you want more info on that please check out her blog.
To make yogurt cheese, scoop the desired amount of yogurt into a coffee filter and let drain in your fridge for about three hours or over night you will get something that resembles a cross between sour cream, ricotta and cream cheese. (to make it sour and use like sour cream add a little lemon juice and stir..let set for 15 minutes before serving..)Make sure you put something beneath the coffee filter and holder..if you don't you WILL have water all over your fridge! Also make sure you use non sweetened sugar.
If you want to try something funky.. I was thinking that if you can buy yogurt sweetened with Splenda you might be able to make a cool flavored dip or frosting for a cookie or even a spread for a flax cracker.. unfortunately I don't have that option available here.. but someone please try it and let me know how it works. :)
Now, you might ask why I have incorporated yogurt into my diet. Well, here in Japan there are many cases of pylori caused infection if the stomach or digestive tract and yogurt and broccoli sprouts help keep that unhealthy bacteria found in our stomachs in check. If you want to find out more check out the blog "Healthy Fellow" here is a link:http://www.healthyfellow.com/203/broccoli-sprouts-and-ulcers/.