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Old 11-01-2002, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Friday,November 1, 2002--Food Journal

I thought maybe we'd start a new thread each day for our food journal. Might be easier to read each others entries. I hope I'm not stepping on anyones toes here. Not my intention.
Everyone post your what you ate today, Friday November 1st!

Breakfast

1/2 a grapefruit
1 packet Instant Oatmeal--Golden Honey with Bran
2 cups of green tea

Lunch

1 cup of baby carrots
1/4 cup of lite ranch dressing
1 Lean Cuisine--Chicken Fetticine

Afternoon Snack

1 Reeces Peanut Butter Cup
1 Medium Apple

Dinner
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Friday, November 1

Breakfast:
1 cupoatmeal
1/2 cup 2% milk
chammomile tea

Lunch:
1 bowl homemade soup
1 wholewheat bun
1 16 oz glass crystal light

Snack:
1 pear

Dinner:
1 bowl stew
1 wholewheat bun
1 cupcake
1 8 ox glass of milk

Saturday, November 2

Breakfast:

Nothing-saving myself for the Food and Wine Show

Lunch:

Don't even go there! I totally out at the show

Dinner: nothing, still full from the show

Snack: big bowl of Jalepeno Jack popcorn while watching movies
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Sunday November 3

Breakfast: Nothing This a bad habit on the weekend

Lunch: Roast beef sandwich and fries, decaf coffee, water


Dinner: 2 peices of chicken and some veggies, grapefruit soda
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Monday, November 4

Breakfast:
1 cup oatmeal
1/2cup 2% milk
Herbal tea

Lunch:
1 piece of chicken
1 small tomato/feta salad
water

Snack:
1/2 cup grapes
water

Dinner:
Thai food- tom kai gai soup
- pad thai
- 1 chicken satay skewer
- 1 scoop coconut ice cream
- thai tea

Snack:
1/2 cup 2 % milk
1 fortune cookie - "you have an unusually magnetic personality"
must be all the iron supplements I'm taking
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Thursday, November 7

Breakfast:
1 cup Kashi cereal
1/2 cup 2% milk
1 cup chammomile tea

Snack:
1 apple
water

Lunch:
1 bowl home made Scotch Broth soup
1 wholegrain bun
Water

Snack:
1 tangerine
water
1 cup peppermint tea

Dinner:
2 broiled cheddar smokey sausages
leftover boiled potatos sauteed in butter, salt, pepper and smoked hungarian paprika

1 glass of sherry (hey, it is -22 with the wind chill here so that is my excuse and I am sticking to it! )
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Hey! How come I am the only one posting here now?

Novermber 8

Breakfast:
1 cup oatmeal
1 cup verbena tea

Lunch:
1 cup tomato salad
1 turkey sandwich on rye bread
4 cubes of cheese
water

Snack:
1 apple
1/2 cup 2 % milk

Dinner:
I am going out for Indian food with DH and another couple so who knows what I'll be eating
I will definitely bescarfing down some nan bread
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Oh! I didn't even see this thread! I'm eating a box of Smarties. But I ran for 15 minutes straight at the gym today.
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Whoops! Sorry Mauvais! I'm so busy that I often don't have time to reply on the forum....I try to sneak in quick reads here and there, though.

Yesterday:

Breakfast:
1 egg + 1 egg white scrambled, no butter
2 slices cracked wheat bread, toasted, with 2 tsp. butter
tea

Lunch:
1 cup LF vanilla ice cream
3 tbsp. butterscotch syrup
2 oz. peanuts

(Well, there's calcium and protein in it!!!!)

Dinner:
3 chicken strips
about 1/4 platter of that mexican dip I make that I posted the recipe somewhere here
a few handfuls nacho chips
2 glasses wine

Lotsa water....96oz....housework makes one thirsty
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Monday, November 11

Breakfast:

7:15 am 1 tangerine
8:00 am 1 cup Kashi cereal with 1/2 cup 2% milk
Water

Snack:

1 apple
1 cup peppermint tea

Lunch:
Sandwich made with Oat Bran bread
lettuce, cheddar cheese and lean ham and mustard/no butter
water

Snack:
1 snack size container of low-fat yogurt
water

Dinner:
Roasted Herbes de Provences Chicken
Parsnips and Broccoli
1 teeny slice of Pumkin pie
water

Bedtime snack:
1 cup of 2% milk
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Wed. November 13/02

Breakfast
1 pkg instant oatmeal=161 cal
1 banana=101 cal
1 fat free yogurt=70 cal
1 clementine=73

Lunch
1 B.L.T=474

Dinner

spinach salad with feta cheese and raspberry vinagrette=98
Lean Cuisine Mango Curry Chicken in a bowl=265 cal
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Okay, I haven't done great today, but as this is the first time I've actually tracked for an entire day, I'm not going to get too uptight. Incredible how many calories you can eat and still think you're doing really well...

- coffees with 1 cup no fat milk
- 2 crispbread
- 2 tsp peanut butter
- clementine

- popcorn
- low fat marg

- 12 vanilla caramels ... yikes!! the calories!!

- lean cuisine dinner... I'm going to eat two of them... one for dinner, one to snack on later...

- lots of water

Those caramels were a big mistake. Big. But I still think I've eaten much less than I usually do because I'm writing it down.

Damn. Ate 5 more caramels
And a little bowl of porridge with brown sugar. Yummy.
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Okay I guess I should start tracking too.

okay
2 glasses water
off to gym
Meal 1
Oatmeal/Eggwhite pankakes( 3/4 cup uncooked oatmeal,8 egg whites,3T Splenda Cinnamon to taste, Capful of Vanilla, handfull of blueberries)
2 glasses water
1/4 bagel w/1/2tsp margarine(snacked with the kids at work)

Meal 2
Protein meal replacement bar
water

Meal 3
whole wheat pasta, tomato sauce, 1/2 breast chicken cut up, green pepper,and onion
2 cups water
Meal 4
Peanut Butter sandwich on Flaxseed bread
2 cups water
Meal 5
can mustard sardines
3/4 cup brown rice with celery, onion, and green pepper in it.
1 banana
Meal 6
Will be having my protein drink
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What's today? Oh, yeah..Wednesday.

Breakfast:
cinnamon raisin bagel with butter
tea

Lunch:
3 chicken breast strips (small ones)
1 cup Rice a Roni chicken rice
plum sauce

Dinner:
2 eggs, scrambled
2 slices bacon
2 slices cracked wheat bread, toasted
Smuckers No Sugar Strawberry Jam
tea
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November 13, 2002

Breakfast:
Yogurt
herbal tea

Lunch:
chicken soup

Dinner:
Swedish meatball dinner
Almond Tart
Decaf tea
(yeah Ellis, I went to Ikea again )
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Thursday, Nov 14

Breakfast:

Instant Oatmeal
1 glass water
1 cup tea

Lunch:

Ham, cheese, lettuce and mustard sandwich on oatbran bread;

Snack:
1 tangerine
1 glass water

Snack:
low fat yogurt

Dinner:

? not sure yet
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