So in September I'm planing an expiriment to have 90% of my caolries come in the form of fat. Im trying to come up with a meal plan and way to track the data. I figured there has to be some sort of site somewhere that will take in the macro nutrient data and spit out samples of what would fit. Any suggestions on food, apps, or sites please let me know. Also If I could try to keep this paleoish ie no dairy. If not thats fine.
Also please don't comment with warning or negativity. I only want ideas and tools please and thanks
I think sipping on heavy cream is going to be a good go-to, unless you plan on eating spoonfuls of oils or butter straight.
That said, here's a few ideas:
Avocado with some balsamic vinegar and sea salt. Also with hot sauce, or a good spicy mustard.
Shredded coconut rehydrated in a bit of water (or oil, if you insist), slivered almonds/nut of choice (macs are good, though they make it super rich), and a few cherries (or berry of choice - mashed up.) Eat a bowlful with a spoon, cereal-style - one cup of shredded coconut is 80g of fat.
Salmon pan-fried in coconut oil.
Coconut oil reeses: melt CO, pour a thin layer in the bottom of the cups of a cupcake pan, freeze until solid. Put scoops of almond butter & cocoa powder mix on that and pour more CO over the top, cool until you have a reeses-esque cup of pure fat. A little stevia can sweeten up the almond butter mix if you like. I keep a tupperware full of these in the freezer, they're a tasty way to be able to pop a couple dozen grams of fat on the way out the door.
Absorbent veges sauteed in copious amounts of fat; broccoli in butter comes to mind. Calorie wise, any vege + a fat should fall into your guidelines.
Home-made egg drop soup: simmer a cup or two of bone broth, reduce heat to med-low, crack in several eggs and let cook. Stir to produce strands, or simply let cook to leave the yolks whole. Serve topped with an avocado. Sriracha, pepper, and salt all work here, as do most herbs.
I'm all for high fat, I eat 75-80% fat myself as my regular ketogenic-diet, but isn't 90% too high?
Presuming that you're going to eat zero carb calories, that leaves just 10% of your diet for protein, which needs to meet both your structural needs and gluconeogenesis. Aren't you going to suffer a whole heap of muscle wastage?
(I'm not being negative, just wondering what your aim is).
Please, please update us at any point! Just eating modest low-starch veggies gets you 5-10% there, and 10% protein isn't very much. That leaves 80-85% fat. So getting to 90% would be a challenge, obviously doable but a challenge. I guess pretty much no veggies at all? An update that included a few days of food logs would be especially cool. Thanks!