Over the past two weeks, several people have asked what I eat on a daily basis. Here is a basic summary from the past two or three days.
Breakfast: Bacon and cheese omelet (made with two eggs) cooked in butter.
Lunch: Chicken thigh on a bed of lettuce with full fat ranch dressing (homemade); hard boiled egg.
Snack: One cheese stick, about a dozen pepperoni rounds, one ounce of almonds
Dinner: One pork chop, cabbage with bacon (cooked in bacon grease), three large strawberries, 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream.
Breakfast: Sausage and cheese omelet (made with two eggs), cooked in butter
Lunch: Chicken breast with skin on it, salad with creamy ranch dressing, hard boiled egg
Dinner: Ham steak, cabbage with bacon (same as previous night), strawberries and cream
Snack: Cheese stick, beef stick
Breakfast: Bacon and cheese omelet (made with two eggs) cooked in butter
Lunch: Steak and salad with olive oil and vinegar at a restaurant
I haven't had a snack so for today, nor have I had dinner yet. Note that almost every day I eat an omelet for breakfast, though a time or two I have had steak and eggs. I usually take leftovers for lunch (chicken, meat loaf, etc.). When there are no leftovers, I eat two cans of tuna fish (preferably packed in oil) mixed with real mayonnaise, cheese, and onions for a salad, plus a hard boiled egg. For dinner we have tried a number of things, but it boils down to meat and one or two vegetables (non-starchy, leafy, colorful vegetables). If I have a salad, it almost always has cheese, egg, and bacon on it. We have made a quiche with an almond crust once and a cheesy cream of cauliflower soup. I usually eat berries with cream for a dessert of sorts in the evening.
I avoid all cereal grains, potatoes, rice, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, most fruit, milk, or anything with a lot of carbs in it. I usually consume fewer than 20 grams of carbs per day (the USDA recommended amount is over 300 grams of carbs, but then they also recommend a low fat diet).
I don't count calories and usually eat until I am full. Fat is really filling. I hope this helps.