You know I never knew it was that hard to shop for food to take with my rib and icv. Yes, I know peanut butter and a few other things. But what has been easy to eat, buy or even stomach down? I have heard about olive oil shot.
mounds candy bars (5 gm per bar) small honey buns (10 gm per) olive oil works well to cover needed fat gm's, peanut butter worked well 2 big spoonfulls covers 20 gm's and was the easiest to get down. Here are somethings others have used.
Taylor Ham - 6 gms/slice (you may know it as pork roll, if you are south of New Jersey!)
Egg – 5gms
American cheese – 5 grms/slice
Bran Muffin – 5 grms
Frozen Waffles – 3.5 grms each
Pancakes – 7.6, (4)
Biscuit – 5.1 grms
Granola – 33 grms / cup
Cream Cheese – 10 grms/ounce
Milk Chocolate – 10 grms/ounce
Cheeseburger 4 oz – 30 grms
Potato salad – 10 grms/ ½ cup (eggs Mayo type)
Hot Dog – 18 grms
Yogurt – 7.4 grms, 1 cup
Eskimo Ice cream – 17 grms
Nature Valley Roasted nut Crunch – 1 bar – 13grms
Peanut Butter – 8 grms/tablespoon
.1 avocado = 31 gr fat
40 potato chips = 20 gr fat
1 medium French fries = 28 gr fat
2 oz bacon = 20 gr fat
1 plain bagel with cream cheese = 19 gr fat
1 cup raw shredded coconut = 27 gr fat
2 oz American or Cheddar cheese
½ cup chopped black walnuts = 35 gr fat
½ cup hazelnuts = 35 grams fat
¼ cup macadamia nuts = 26 gr fat
1 cup trail mix = 20 gr fat
100 gr seasoned croutons = 18 gr fat
3 tbsp bitter = 21 gr fat
2 tbsp nut butter (peanut/almond) = 20 gr fat
2 oz/100 gr sweet dark chocolate = 20 gr fat
1 slice apple pie = 20 gr fat
1 cinnamon roll = 20 gr fat
1 cup ice cream made from coconut milk = 20 gr fat
50 gr vinaigrette dressing = 25 gr fat
200 gr black olives = 20 gr fat
200 gr sardines = 20 gr fat
3 oz goose liver pate = 25 gr fat
3 oz tilapia = 20 gr fat
A regular size 2 oz hot dog = 15 grams of fat
1 cup of zice cream = 38 grams of fat
2 oz glazed doughnut = 12 grams of fat
1 oz cream cheese = 10 grams of fat
2 eggs cooked in 1 tbls olive oil = 24g fat
1 medium avocado= approx. 20g of fat
salad + 3 tbls salad dressing= 21g fat
oatmeal + 1 tbls olive oil + 16 almonds= approx. 20 g of fat
oatmeal + 1.5 tbls olive oil= approx. 20 g of fat
Garden of Eatin tortilla chips (14g fat/24 chips) + 2 tbls guacamole (5g)= appox 19g of fat
3.5 tbls coconut + 1 whole milk yogurt blended into a smoothy= 20g of fat
1c granola + 1c whole milk or yogurt=approx 20g of fat
egg salad, tuna salad, chicken salad made with 1.5 tbls mayo= approx. 20g of fat
PB and J sandwich with 3 tbls peanut butter
There may be some repeats in there it is from others lists that I copied and pasted
corn muffins with butter, but you have to read the label. some are loaded with fat. cookies are high in fat too. cheese, any kind. i'll just take a few slices and choke em down. i like unsalted almonds too. i have 3 more weeks of incivek and i can't wait to stop eating. i don't think i'll eat for a week.
Things that taste good to you at first, may not taste good later, so it's a great idea to switch things around from time to time. Here is a link to some information that I posted in my journal listing items that contain fat that were recommended by all of the forum members here:
http://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/show/333000/Incivek-Take-with-20-grams-of-fat Some of these may have already been covered by other posters above.
I a new dosing , started 7-26-13. what a new experience.20 mg of fat! 8am,4pm,12mn. hate eating in morning, or night. drinking olive oil, at night.
8am,6pm. riba. just need a little support with therapy.
Try Greek Gods Yogurt. It is high in fat and tastes delicious, very creamy, like pudding or ice cream. Be sure to get the regular, not the low fat.
Welcome to the forum.
In the future, you will get more responses if you start a new thread/topic yourself. Just go to the top of the page and click the orange Post a Question bar. Add a subject title and then ask your question.
I was having a lot of trouble getting the AM fat down as I was typically very nauseated. I found that I could add a small amount of half and half to a glass of chocolate milk to get the 20 grams. I am glad I have completed the Incivek because of the fat intake and side effects. Good luck with your treatment.
All good suggestions. Especially about starting a new post. Any queries about tx and sx, just post a new question in the brown box on the top of the page.
Most people here have treated, or are treating, and between us we have had pretty much all the sx you can think of. So please, ask away.
I had a lot of trouble eating in the mornings, so I had Greek yoghurt like Pooh recommended. I also always had ice cream on hand for the late night dosing. A cup and a half of ice cream is 20grm. Just make sure you don't buy low fat.
A fruit smoothie also enabled some nutrition, just make sure it's full fat milk.
Otherwise, you're going to have to just muddle through.
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