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Old 12-29-2002, 09:12 PM   #1
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BLAH!

I ate my face off on the 24, 25 and 26th and then got sick with a terrrible cold and have been living off soup and bagels since the 27th!

I have to get back in control of my eating!

December 29

BF:
Nothing

Lunch:
Tea
bagel and cream cheese

Dinner:
1 Thick slice roast beef with gravy
1/2 baked potato
broccoli and zuchinni
apple pie
2 glasses of red wine
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Old 12-30-2002, 07:56 AM   #2
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I definitely know what my weak point is - eating all my daily calories at one meal.


Anyway, here we go:


BF - nada

Lunch - SF cranberry juice


Dinner out with DH -

sourdough bread....(so good! after months of no bread!)
boiled lobster
asparagus
2 boiled small red potatoes
iced tea

2 bites of DH's apple cobbler, a cup of really good coffee
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Old 12-30-2002, 11:23 PM   #3
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December 30

I am still not feeling much like eating due to my cold so i didn't eat much today don't feel like cooking either nuh-huh

Breakfast:
Oatmeal raisin muffin
tea

Lunch:
Chicken noodle soup
Crackers

Dinner:
Chicken rice soup
crackers
cheese
salami
grapes
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Old 12-31-2002, 08:05 AM   #4
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Okay, I'm starting today.

Dec 31st:

- 2 coffees with no fat milk

back later...
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Monday Dec 30th
coffee with skim milk and three pieces of toast with scrapping of margarine. 2 glasses water
Rice and chicken for lunch- 2 glasses water
homemade macaroni and cheese w/skim milk I piece of raisin bread - glass of water
3 small shortbreads
protein drink after the gym, cup of tea w/ smidge of skim milk
small bowl of clam chowder w/ milk not cream
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still carbing up before restarting LC:


12/30

breakfast - one half of english muffin, sugar free juice


lunch - small bowl french onion soup - 3 handfuls cheez-its


dinner - black beans and rice, plantains, iced tea


snack - 2 squares chocolate, one half of a large latte
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December 31

Bf:
2 slices of toast with butter
1 cup herbal tea

Snack:
Cheese and crackers
tea
2 mandarin oranges

Dinner: Indian Food!

Butter chicken
Onion Bajee
Beef Curry
Rice
Nan Bread
Matar Paneer
Samosas

2 beers
1 drinkie at midnight
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Old 12-31-2002, 06:35 PM   #8
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Okay, I'm starting tomorrow.
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Good idea, getting back to this! Thanks Mauvais - you are an inspiration!

December 31

B: 2 wholegrain toast, jam

L: 1/3 piece low fat carrot bread, 1/4 cup Yogen Fruz [at museum cafe, had to share with child who despised her sandwich, which I couldn't eat as it was full o' mayo!]

S: 2 hard candies

D: low fat chicken caesar (4 cups mixed greens, 1 Tb Light Made Right Caesar dressing, 125 cals worth of Jane's brand skinless chicken strips)

S: abt 9 mint sticks, 10 cashews
1 diet fudgsicle
1 pink grapefruit w. 1 tsp sugar
glass and a half of sparkling wine cuz it is New Year's Eve!

this added up to abt 1140 cals altogether

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Okay, here I am again. Ate a big bag of chips yesterday, so I'm starting TODAY!!

so far:

- 2 coffees with no fat milk
- 2 whole wheat bread with low-fat marg

- boiled perogies with no fat sour cream and a little butter
- two little spring rolls fresh from my lovely neighbour's oven


Lots of water...
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Mauvais - your Indian food sounds nummy yummy!


12/31/02


bf - none

lunch - french onion soup - cheeze its


dinner -

pepperoni
cheese
crackers/chips
salmon spread
2 tiny spinach puffs

*3* bloody marys!!!


2 homemade poppyseed cookies
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Here I am... I will record my food intake even though I really don't like doing it. Yep...a new year, a new me.

January 1, 2003

Breakfast

bowl of oatmeal w/ raisins, 1 tsp brown sugar and 1T lite syrup (~325 cals)
16 oz glass of water

Lunch

1 pita w/ 2 T red pepper hummus & 8 cucumber slices (~275 cals)
16 oz glass of water

Snack

10 sour patch candies (~90 cals)
16 oz glass of water

Dinner

Chicken terriyaki with vegetables (1/2 restaurant portion) (~ 350 cals)
vegetable fried rice (1/2 portion) (~250 cals)
20 oz diet coke

Snack
1/2 Twix bar (140 cals)
2 - 16 oz glass of water


Best estimate ~ 1430 calories
80 oz of water

That's it...



BTW Mauv... I am an Indian food addict... it is hands down my favorite of all food. We went out the other day and I ordered my usual Chicken Mahkani (butter chicken) mixed vegetable pakoras, rice, nan, with small side dishes of curried vegetables, lentils, and some sort of cucumber/yogurt combo that I don't know the name of. YUM!
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Old 01-01-2003, 04:13 PM   #13
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Hi! Happy New Year...

I'm new at 3Fatchicks. I have joined the group doing the Vlentine's Day challenge off the Buddy List, but I also need this thread. I don't like to write down what I eat and I tend to forget to. And I know once I'm back at work tomorrow I'll also be lazy and probably stop writing it down. But here goes:

BF: cup of coffee
cream of wheat cereal

Lunch: one stuffed pepper (homemade w/turkey burger, I've figured the calories at 200 a pepper)
handful of grapes

Snack: Pria powerbar
coffee

Dinner: one stuffed pepper
small salad with light dressing (measured)
glass of skim milk

Snack: yogurt

and then later I'll also have tea Bigelow Sweet Dreams is excellent!

And yes...I've had tons of water in between.

I'll estimate the calories at: 1,300 WOW that's pretty low, but I think that's a well balanced day.
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Welcome ilovemyluckycat!

Barefootgrrrl- the Indian food was yummy, in fact I ate the leftovers for lunch today

Jan 1, 2002

BF: tea and toast

Lunch: leftover Indian food

Dinner: Chicken Kiev and mixed vegetables

Snack: big bowl of white cheddar cheese popcorn
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Happy New Year everyone!

January 1st

B: 2 p wholegrain toast, jam, skim milk in coffee

L: 2 1/2 cups puffed wheat, skim milk, 1 tsp sugar

S: (at movies) 3 chocolate balls (75 cals), 4 mint LifeSavers (45)
[this was before lunch which was at 3 pm as we went to Two Towers wh was great!!)

D: (planned) low fat chicken caesar as 12/31 diary (125 cals chicken, 35 dressing, abt 35 for salad mix, = 205 cals)

PMS: a diet fudgsicle or 2, pink grapefruit OR some Fiber One with skim milk.

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That Indian food DOES sound wonderful, Mauvais! I can't wait to get some on Saturday night!
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