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My Omelet

Posted on May 19th, 2010 by Matt Schoeneberger

Hi everybody!

This is an omelet I made with fresh eggs from one of my clients. Thank you Ann!

It’s a little flat, I usually get them to puff up a little better, but I was in a hurry after a long day. I needed to eat and get to bed. It was still very tasty and very quick. Here’s the breakdown:

4 eggs

4 oz ham

3 oz cheese

830 calories, 59.4g fat, 4.1g carbohydrate, 66.9g protein

This may be too large for some of you reading this. But keep in mind if I’m only eating two meals/day, I would be under 1700 calories if both meals were of this size. For a male my size, that’s a weight loss plan!

Take notice I ate this at about 8:30 p.m. Break your preconceptions about what foods can be eaten at certain meals or certain times of day, and you’ll do much for your long-term success.

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2 Responses to “My Omelet”

  1. TPWINTER says:

    I frequently eat cereal for dessert

  2. Rick M. says:

    Replace the cow’s cheese with Cheddar goat cheese, and I’m in. (I also don’t eat pork products often, for biological reasons). Just had scrambled eggs at 8pm the other night. I try to avoid the mania of cultural ‘normalcy’ at all times, if I can help it. : )
    For more on why you should avoid dairy, wheat, corn and soy (the 4 major food allergens), go here:

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