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sotypical
01-24-2007, 01:31 AM
my calories were a tad higher today then I have been aiming for (like 50) - but lots of days last week were lower, so it works out i guess

B- yogurt; english muffin with half a tbsp of peanut butter
S- coffee; two rice cakes with half a tbsp of peanut butter (can you believe I just re-disvoered this now? a year in, haha - low in cal!)
L- slim fast shake with skim milk; salad (lettuce, cucumber, tad of cheese and dressing)
S- yogurt and fruit soure bar
D- uh dunno
W- 4L
E- 60-75min

I might have two mini begals and scrambled eggs for breakfast instead... ill see how i feel in the morning


BlueToBlue
01-24-2007, 03:49 AM
B - Go Lean cereal with soy milk
S - Tea or coffee with splenda and milk
L - Egg and salmon salad on multi-grain bread; spinach, cucumber, strawberry salad with balsamic vinegar, sea salt, and lemon pepper; papadum chips
S - not sure, either a protein brownie if I get around to making them or an energy bar
S - NF yogurt with blueberries and blackberries
D - sushi! :D

Exercise: one hour with trainer, yay! :carrot:

2frustrated
01-24-2007, 06:49 AM
Brekky
toast, banana, cottage cheese

Snack
3 quorn sausages, apple, few grapes

GYM? Maybe if the snow's not too bad - I don't feel like it though :(
EDIT: Went to gym, worked out - wasn't in the mood but got a good workout anyway.

Lunch
turkey sandwich, apple, grapes/cherries

Snack
2 quorn sausages & protein shake, any left over fruit

Dinner
cottage cheese pancakes


ArtsyGirl
01-24-2007, 08:44 AM
B-raisin bran, skim milk, banana
S-skim latte
L-turkey wrap
D-chicken breast, green beans
E-ran 3 miles, walked 1.5 miles already done for the day.

cupcake84
01-24-2007, 09:53 AM
B- english muffin, egg white, ham and ff cheese slice,clementine
S-ff pudding
L-salad w/ low cal french dressing & roast beef sandwich maybe?
S-string cheese & 2 clementines
D-chicken breast w/ salsa, asparagus, & leftover rice
S-100 cal bag of popcorn
water- 3.5 L
exercize- walking to get the mail

Jen415
01-24-2007, 10:08 AM
Where is Jillybean????

Mami
01-24-2007, 10:18 AM
No scale movement lately so I really hope I stick to today's plan and see that scale budge tomorrow.

kashi go lean hot cereal w/ 1 cup blueberries
subway turkey & cheese sandwich w/ veggies & vinegar
FF yogurt w/ 1 tablespoon walnuts
baked chicken w/ barbeque marinade w/ 1/2 cup rice cooked in veg broth
1 cup blackberries w/ 1/4 cup FF milk

Jilly, if you're reading this, what marinades do you use on your baked chicken. When I looked in the store (I shop at a store w/ whole foods, gourmet and commercial) most of the marinades were very high in calories, so I settled on the barbeque, which was pretty good.

Any other suggestions for lo-cal marinades for baked chicken would be appreciated.

LynneA
01-24-2007, 10:32 AM
Pre Gym Snack - 1/2 a medium banana - was old and mushy so couldn't manage it all

Breakfast - steel cut oats w/raisins, 1% milk, coffee

Snack - cottage cheese, apple and apricot compote

Lunch - Turkey Burgers with olives and feta cheese, mixed baby spinach salad, home made vinaigrette, 6oz cherries

Snack - laughing cow light triangle, 6 x triscuits

Dinner - venison chilli, brown rice, broccoli

Water - 3 liters+

Exercise - what a frustrating morning. I've been having these pains in my calves when I run and this morning they were so bad I could only manage 1.5 miles before I had to stop. I used the elliptical for 30 minutes afterwards. They don't hurt now, just feel very sore. I hope it's not my new running shoes :(. Very annoyed that I didn't get a full run in.

yogachick30
01-24-2007, 10:36 AM
Good morning ladies! I know that I've been MIA for a little bit, but I am committed to posting here to assist me in being accountable...

B (7:50am): 1/3c cooked steel cut oats mixed w. 1/3 egg beaters w. splenda and 1/2 med. banana= 220cal.

S (10:30am): 1 med orange= 80cal

L (1:00pm): 6oz tuna w. mixed vegies= 170cal

S (4:00pm): 4oz f.f cottage cheese mixed w. 2oz f.f yogurt= 120cal

D (7:30pm): leftover miso lentil soup w. amy's california veggie burger= 250cal

S (8:30): 2c puffed kalmut cereal w. 2c almond breeze unsweetened milk=160cal

Wk: I am still recovering from a stress fracture in my leg so I've been really focusing on yoga. I do lift weights a couple of times per week. That's the reason why my calories are somewhat low. It is really hard loosing weight when you can't do much of any cardio. I am only allowed to do the stationary bike and I have to stay seated...

Rosario
01-24-2007, 11:05 AM
Day 1 of week 4

b - scrambled eggs (1 whole egg, 2 egg whites), toast, oj

s - fruit gel

l - lean cuisine, apple

s - popcorn

e - 40 minutes strength
e - If I'm up to it, 30-45 min on the elliptical at the gym.

d - homemade chicken wings, salad, zucchini

Sunnigummi
01-24-2007, 11:26 AM
I've been MIA too, yogachick. Mostly because I'm ashamed of my eating habits from last week. :(

I love whosever exercise plan was to walk and get mail... Hahaha...:)

B - 1 tortilla (flour) with 1 egg, basil and oregano + 1/4 cup of cheese (I love cheese)

S - 1 banana

L - 2 slices veggie pizza
Water

S - ff yogie
rice and curry

D - Dunno.

Exercise: Um. Yeah...walking to get my mail... :)

BlueToBlue
01-24-2007, 01:56 PM
Any other suggestions for lo-cal marinades for baked chicken would be appreciated.

Just about any salad dressing makes a good marinade. Try a low-calorie italian or vinaigrette.

Here is an Indian-style marinade that comes out fantastic:
1/2 cup NF plain yogurt
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 tsp dijon mustard
1/2 tsp poultry seasoning (salt-free)
1/2 tsp ground tumeric
1/4 tsp ground coriander
1/4 tsp ground ginger
1/8 tsp ground black pepper

Can be used to marinate 1 to 1.5 lbs chicken. You can marinate the chicken in this for 4 to 24 hours. If you eat the chicken in 4 servings, the marinade adds no more than 20 calories per serving (and possibly less, depending on how much of it you end up eating).

Mami
01-24-2007, 04:11 PM
Barbara, thank you so much for the marinade recipe. That sounds delish! I hadn't thought of using plain yogurt for a base, but of course its wonderful in Indian food.

la3y_un1c0rn_37
01-24-2007, 11:15 PM
ok I did have a plan so hear it is
b-1/3 grapefruit
l-peas
d-chicken green beans,

No work out today
I trying to let my foot get better

I will do better tomorrow.