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Old 01-09-2006, 03:37 AM   #1
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January 9, 2006 Calorie Counter
Breakfast
1 Cup Milk 146
1 Banana 105
All Bran 1/2 Cup 80
Kashi Puffed 35
Soy Milk 90
Lunch
Chicken Breast 2 462
Salad Dressing 2oz 218
Lettuce 2 cups 16
Orange 75
Dinner
Halibut 260
Cauliflower 2 Cups 57
1 slice wheat bread 74
1 tbsp margarine 50
Snacks
ff sf jello 10
cool whip free 50
Popcorn 90
2 pieces of Dove 80
Total Calories 1898
I had a much better day today than yesterday. I looked everything up before I ate it.
Tonight the Biggest Loser is on so I am going to get ready for bed early so I can watch it. I have not seen it since I started this new way of eating.

I wish we would get some better milk at the commissary they send this powdered stuff that lasts like a month and the local korean milk is not low fat.
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:20 PM   #2
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:04 PM   #3
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Thank you Sandi for the bump as I didn't see it earlier.
Breakfast
1/2 pummelo
1 c. milk
1 boiled egg

Morning snack
Banana
Yogurt

Lunch
Lean Cuisine lemon pepper fish w/broccoli and cheese
Large Salad w/fat free Italian dressing

Prop. aft. snack
10 lg. baby carrots
1/2 c. celery
1 c. pudding

Dinner
2 c. chicken chow mein
1 1/2 c. chow mein noodles.
Calories for the day: 1553
Exercise: 30 minutes flexbility
My calories have been well below the 2000 mark. I'm not getting hung up over the #s this time, instead trying to just eat more balanced. So far that seems to help and I'm not trying to load up on empty calories at the end of the day.
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:12 PM   #4
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Hi Everyone - happy Monday! I'm back for another week on the Buddy thread.

Didn't post on the weekend but it was very good. I ate well and managed to get in my exercise.

I'm with you Dawnyal, I'm not too hung up over the numbers. I've been well below 1300 calories for the past week, but I'm eating every couple of hours, lots of fruit and veggies. I know I'm eating well but the numbers aren't adding up. I'm down 3 pounds this week too!

I'll be back tomorrow to post today's eats.

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Old 01-09-2006, 04:00 PM   #5
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egg (2)
toast (2)

cottage cheese (2)
mandarin oranges (2)

1 c pudding (4)
celery w/laughing cow light (1)

pork (5)
tortilla (3)
cabbage & carrot
WW fudge bar (1)

total = 22 pts.

Exercise: Skipped the gym today, but did the 2 mile WATP and some stretching.
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Old 01-09-2006, 04:21 PM   #6
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Ok....being a newbie I was not sure who starts the next week's thread so here is my question....

If I am ready and have finished the first day of the week is it ok to go ahead and start the new week's thread?
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Old 01-09-2006, 04:23 PM   #7
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Quote:
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If I am ready and have finished the first day of the week is it ok to go ahead and start the new week's thread?

Absolutely!

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Old 01-09-2006, 05:51 PM   #8
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Sweets for lunch but not that bad of a day. I checked out some of the sites for the Quick cooking classes Rabidstoat mentioned. Looks like fun.

b WW egg and cheese muffin thai broccoli salad
s mint perfect zone bar (thanks Beth and Sandi, I love the minty flavor)
l 4 apricot cookies and some snack mix
s LC salisbuty steak pecan delight candy
d Ribs, tomato soup, breadsticks
s WW ice cream treat

Has anyone taken a look at the People Magazine Half Their Size Issue. They had 10 100+ pound losers. HTe oldest looking guy lost 300 #. I find it really inspirational

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Old 01-09-2006, 11:38 PM   #9
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I've been sick!

today:

probably about 32 ounces Sierra Mist
probably about 32 ounces water

bleh.
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Old 01-10-2006, 12:47 AM   #10
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Breakie: 2 boiled eggs on flaxseed toast w/2tsp butter on each toast, pear
16 oz. water
Snack: yogurt (150 cal), peanut mix (1/2 was 660 cal, I had no idea, I have to learn to read before i eat), 1 hot choc. (119 cal) (I'm slowly introducing this caloried counting thing! lol!)
16 oz water
Lunch: 2 slice of deliscio pizza about 1/4, water
16oz water
Snack: trial mix, yogurt
16 oz water
Dinner: boiled potatoes, 1 slice about 4oz. crockpot roast (both with drippings and pepper for topping), about 1/2 plate of mixed veggies.
Water, apple juice
Snack: strawberry vanilla yogurt, water

I feel good about today and I met my goals, foodwise, all my water and I did 20 min of pilats tonight.
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Old 01-10-2006, 12:52 AM   #11
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Tomorrow I'm off! Not off plan (I hope ) but off to the Canadian Figure Skating Championships in our nation's capital. My trip was in doubt because of the recent turmoil in the family, but things have calmed down now, G has returned to work after his short sabbatical and the girls are at their mum's. In fact, my dog will also be at the girl's mum's house while I'm away, but not because I'm afraid G will forget to feed her ~ no, its because he'd fill her bowl every time its empty and I think the dog shares genetic material with me because when she sees available food, she eats it whether she's hungry or not! In fact, last time I returned from an out-of-town trip, my previously lean Jack Russell Terrier resembled a loaf of bread with legs! Also, I know G won't take her on the hourly daily walks I do (I guess it has something to do with a husky 6'1" man being embarrased to walk the neighbourhood with a 12lb. dog in her matching coat and scarf). So it makes more sense for pup to be with the kids where she'll be kept active and won't be overfed!

Eating while I'm away will be difficult because of the stadium ****s who go through your bags to make sure you don't bring in outside food (I always manage to hide food on my body ); the food at these sporting venues is terrible (fries, hot dogs, pizza, candy); we'll be relying on restaurant food when not at the rink; and, well, let's face it, when I get with my skating buddies a wee bit of alcohol is likely to be consumed during the evenings. I didn't do at all well earlier in the season when I attended out of town competitions but I have stayed totally on plan in the past, so I'll do my best to do so during this one, because I'm on a roll and anxious to keep it going! One good thing is that we'll get to do lots of walking downtown between events and I'm even bringing my skates to go for a glide on Ottawa's famous canal (longest skating rink in the world!) Of course I'll have to avoid the "Beavertail" huts along the canal (we're talking fried dough with icing sugar and syrup, folks! )

Anyway, I hope to see the thread thriving when I get back (in a week) and when I feel tempted to commit culinary misadventures, I'll think of a collective 3FC

Monday
1 slice 100% whole wheat bread, toasted (2)
1 tbsp. peanut butter (2)
tea (0)

Reduced fat Wheat Thins (2)
Turkey salami (2)
Fat free cheese (1)
Perrier water (0)
mandarin orange (1)

vanilla yogurt (2)
small banana (1)
bottled water (0)

President's Choice "Too Good To Be True" Sesame Ginger Chicken entree (4)
green beans and carrots (1)
seedless grapes (1)
bottled water (0)

tea (0)
Carnation light hot chocolate made with 1% milk (3)

Total points 22

Exercise: Usual dog-walking (approx. one hour)

P.S. - Get well soon, Aimee!
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Old 01-10-2006, 04:16 AM   #12
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Jan. 10

Breakfast
1 Cup Milk 146
1 Banana 105
Lunch
Chicken Breast 2 462
Salad Dressing 2oz 218
Lettuce 2 cups 16
Orange 75
Cauliflower 1 cup 29
Dinner
(I made a lite version of a dish called Kimchi Bocum Bap (fried rice with kimchi) I think it was the hot dogs that made the calories higher than I'd like. Dinner was 840.)
rice 1 cup 205
hot dog 2 360
1 cup Kimchi 60
1 egg 115
2 tbsp margarine 100
Snack
ff sf jello 10
cool whip free 50
Popcorn 45

The day came out to 1996 in calories? Is that bad?
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Old 01-10-2006, 04:57 AM   #13
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Jan 9, 2006
B: 3 cups corn pops cereal with 1.5 c van soymilk
L: skipped as I didn't eat breakfast until almost 2 pm
D: 4 c salad mix topped with 3 oz chicken breast, 4 TBS imitation bacon bits; 1/3 c pepperjack cheese, 4 TBS ff western dressing; 16 oz nearly fat free homemade chocolate milkshake (1 1/2 cups fat free no sugar added chocolate ice cream, 5 TBS choc syrup, 3/4 c chocolate soymilk [soymilk added the only fat to my shake, and it was good fat ])
S: 2 c low fat rocky road ice cream; 1 stick sugar free gum; 2 butterscotch candies; 1 serving low fat honey graham crackers
Beverages: 20 oz diet cherry pepsi; 12 oz water; 16 oz milkshake (also listed above)
Exercise: 1 hour Tae Kwon Do
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Old 01-10-2006, 11:30 AM   #14
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Jill--enjoy your trip.
Yesterday I ended up having another cup of the chow mein noodles (I LOVE THOSE THINGS!!!!). Had almost 1900 for the day with them

Breakfast
Egg/egg white omelet with 1 oz. of cheese and 2 oz. ham
3/4 c. OJ
Midmorning snack
1/2 grapefruit
Yogurt
Proposed lunch
Lean cuisine with large salad
Proposed afternoon snack
carrots and celery
1 c. sf pudding
Proposed dinner
Turkey taco soup (something I made up)
10-20 unsalted crackers (depending on my mood)
Estimated Calories: 1403
Exercise:30 minutes of cardio.

Side note: TOM is well on her way so I'm feeling a bit bloated. I'm not going to get wrapped up in it this time. I'm going to try and combat it this time with exercise and healthy snacks. I may even plan for 1 chocolate bar if the need arises but I'll have to go and buy it if and when that craving hits.
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Old 01-10-2006, 04:45 PM   #15
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You will be missed Jillegal

Today
B Kashi Go lean with blueberries and soy milk, carrot and raison salad
S Little Debbie peanut butter bars
L Ribs and carrot and raison salad 2 chocolates
S frozen yogurt cone
D roasted chicken, asian vegies w/brocolli, ginger and mint truffle
S ginger candy

comfort food burrito and empanada

I am comfprtable with the amounts I am eating but still too many sweets
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