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Old 03-21-2014, 12:43 AM   #159
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S/C/G: 80.2kg/66kg/60kg x2.2 for lb

Height: 165cm/5' 4.5"

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Steeleslady in the past i've often noticed how one doesn't feel particularly hungry after exercise.

Lilian great you are being quite vegetarian. You still need to eat some protein though. Even if you are going to eat less, its best to keep the proteins fats and carbs and vegies all in proportion. But for kickstarting a healthier eating program what you are doing may be good for a short time.

I bought a pair of swimmers today. They cover my tummy. And they are bright yellow. I am going to the reef next week so have to get uncovered. I am just so pleased i didn't buy black ones. black is boring in swimwear for me.

Breakfast this morning:

1 wholegrain toast (good carbs)
3 sardines (good fats and protein)
1tbsp onion (vegies)
1 chopped tomato (vegies)

1/4 cup yoghurt (carbs, protein, calcium)
1tsp sunflower seeds (numerous minerals and vitamins in the good fats and proteins).

Lunch not so balanced but i've been running around and it has been spread out all over the place.

2 bananas
1 wholegrain toast no butter
2 salad refined flour biscuits
piece of aged cheddar cheese

I'm going to have a high calorie dinner tonight:
a big piece of atlantic salmon baked in the oven in foil. (omega 3 fatty acids)
roast vegies - potato, pumpkin, onion, tomato
olive oil
more yoghurt and fruit - oh i bought rhubarb today. I can have some of that. I haven't eaten rhubarb for ages. I'll have to use sugar when cooking it. Otherwise its not edible.
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