100 lb. Club - Im sure this has been asked before but OH WELL here it goes?




Ky30
09-30-2010, 01:59 PM
What do you eat for breakfest, lunch, dinner, and snacks can I please have 5 ideas for each thing? Here is what I have been eating( I use what the serving size is on the box or list):

Breakfest-
Corn flakes in skim milk with a fruit or wheat toast
cherrios in skim milk with with a fruit or wheat toast
Mini wheats in skim milk with a fruit or toast
English muffin with fruit
1 egg, 2 pieaces of turkey bacon, wheat toast, and a fruit (this is my sunday breakfest ONLY)

Lunch-
Big salad with mushrooms, tomatoes, qcumbers, and carrots with low fat ranch or itilan dressing
Tuna, or lean ham, or chicken breast on wheat bread with low fat mayo and mustard, with carrots sticks and qcumber slices, or pretzels, or a small salad

Dinners-
Chicken Breast, rice, squash, corn
Lean cut thin pork chop, potatoe, peas, and lima beans
turkey ham, brocelli, carrots
Penne pasta with sauce with veggies in the sauce mushrooms, tomatoes, green peppers, and onions
Turkey burgers with salad

Snacks-
fruit
raw veggies
yogurt
100 calorie pack snack from aldis (They are my favorite)
rice cakes


Rosinante
09-30-2010, 03:10 PM
Breakfast:
4 oz fresh soft fruit like strawberries + 100g low fat set plain yogurt + 1/4 cup oats + 10g ground flaxseed/nut mix

That's my favourite. Occasionally have an omelette/scrambled egg or porridge (oats and water in microwave). Don't eat wheat.

Lunch:
My favourite - 4oz king prawns in some low fat mayonnaise on bitter leaf salad

Dinner:
My favourite - roast meat - chicken, pork (duck tonight, it was on special) + leafy green veg.

I don't have 5 of each.

snacks:
oatcake with cheese/soft cheese/soft cheese + smoked salmon

plain set yogurt with 10g ground flaxseed/nut mix, 1 small tsp sugar, 1 small tsp unsweetened cocoa powder. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Creeech
09-30-2010, 04:40 PM
Breakfast:
-1 cup whole grain low sugar cereal (puffed wheat is excellent) with 1 cup organic unsweetened soy/almond milk and slices of a soft fruit (peaches, strawberries, etc)
-1/4 cup eggbeaters scrambled with 2 ounces lean ham steak
-1 cup greek yogurt with 14-28grams of walnut halves and 1 teaspoon organic sugar
-steel cut oats, prepared as you like it


**Lunch:
-salmon or tilapia fillet with green vegetable (spinach, broccoli, zucchini)
-Amy's organic cheese burrito with a side salad
-chicken breast "tacos" made with Arnold's Fill Ems, shredded romaine, .5 oz reduced fat cheddar (Cabot tastes great) and light sour cream

**Dinner:
-turkey breast with mashed sweet potatoes (mixed with benecol butter and skim plus) and sweet corn
-acorn squash halved, oven baked with quinoa and seasonal vegetables drizzled with olive oil.. use the squash as a bowl and enjoy!

Snacks:
-1 medium pink lady apple with 2 tbsp. natural peanut butter
-40 medium seedless green or red grapes (110 cals)
-3 oz. carrot chips with 2 tbsp. Marie's yogurt ranch dressing
-1 cup raw bell pepper slices
-1 cup green tea with 1 tbsp agave nectar
-1 medium pear, sliced

**Lunch & Dinner ideas can be used interchangeably, just adjust the servings to what you prefer :-)


Teresa66
09-30-2010, 05:59 PM
Breakfast:
Kashi Go Lean cereal
Silk light vanilla soymilk
dried cranberries (1/2 oz)

Lunch:
Sliced apple with lowfat peanut butter
or
Turkey sandwich on double fiber bread with light mayo
or
Eggbeaters sandwich with one slice of Borden's Chipotle cheddar cheese

Along with the above is an Activa light vanilla yogurt with 1/2 sliced almonds

Dinner:
Some sort of protein, chicken breast, pork, lean ham, lean ground beef
Veggies (some combo of); broccoli, squash, peppers, onions, sweet and red potatoes, carrots, celery, sun dried tomatoes

Snacks:
Kashi granola bars
Fruit
Dove dark chocolate (2 squares a day)

Terre
09-30-2010, 07:43 PM
Breakfast:
I cant do cereal, I cant lose a lb eating it :(
1.Cantelope, grapes & 1 fiber one yogurt
2.pineapple, orange & 1 fiber one yogurt
3. Kashi bar and fruit
4. eggbeaters, lean ham, salsa a 1 piece of fat free borden cheese
5. eggbeaters, turkey sausage and salsa and cheese on whole wheat tortilla
Lunch:
1.chicken breast grilled, broccolli
2.Huge salad
3.soup (homemade)
4.leftovers

snack: one at a time lol
Grapes
pineapple
carrots
yogurt
beef jerky
pickle
air popped popcorn

Dinner:
normal dinner foods. I just use lower fat ingredients and wheat products
and be sure to use the correct potion size. We use to eat 2 boxes of hamburger helper and didnt even know each box has 5 servings...
also I change my ground beef to ground turkey.

After dinner, occasionally I eat frozen yogurt from braums. My whole family loves it :)

stacygee
09-30-2010, 08:23 PM
I can't give 5 for each. every morning I eat the same exact thing. Some lunches I eat dinner leftovers. Here goes

Breakfast:
Think Thin Protein Bar (either Peeanut Butter or Brownie Crunch)

Lunch:
Usually a Morningstar veggie patty, Sargento Light Cheesestick, either grapes, apple or veggie mix

Dinner:
1. Salad with a lean protein (grilled chicken, ground turkey)
2. Dr. Oz YOU on a Diet Chili
3. Chinese Chicken Spinach Salad
4. Lean beef patty, broccolli, black eyed peas

I don't make a habit of having a snack... but, every once in a while expecially when I have an evening work out I have a little something:
1. 1/2 apple and T peanut butter
2. Grapes
3. Mandarin oranges

Rochester
09-30-2010, 08:50 PM
I'm doing a low carb plan - less than 100g or 25% per day.

Breakfast
One of these:
~Eggs (fried, scrambled, poached, hard cooked) and homemade turkey sausage (seasoned ground turkey breast)
~Egg Bake (eggs, ham, veggies, cheese)
~Omelette with turkey breast, broccoli, and cheese
~Eggs scrambled with cottage cheese, Kalamata olives, and bell peppers
With some combination of these:
~Fruit
~Greek yogurt w/honey and walnuts
~Cottage cheese and pineapple
~Chocolate soy milk w/protein powder
~Steel cut oats
~English muffin (1/2)
~Cinnamon raisin toast

The basic breakfast idea is protein and fruit, with a grain carb added if it works with the numbers for the day.

Lunch
~Salad (leaf lettuce, cherry tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, bell peppers) topped with one of the following:
Lunch meat (Hormel Natural Choice)
Tuna (one can)
Chicken breast
Chicken salad (chicken breast, yogurt, celery, walnuts)
and 1 tablespoon of dressing
~Fruit

The lunch plan is protein, veggies, and fruit.

Dinner
~Some kind of meat (chicken, turkey, ground turkey, fish, red meat, pork) that I do something to.
~And some kind of veggie or two.

Dinner is protein and veggies.

I rarely do snacks.

Ky30
09-30-2010, 09:41 PM
Thanks guys some of these sound yummy and gave me some ideas. I really need to buy some low fat cheese I love cheese :). I HAVE to have my snacks or I would starve lol even thou I do have a afternoon snack everyday and my night one I leave it up to how many calories I had a day and if my tummy is talking or not lol I skipped night snack even thou I only had 1200 calories today but I dont need it.

StarGetsFit
09-30-2010, 10:49 PM
Here's what I eat:

Breakfast is an about 300-350 calorie combination of:

Oatmeal (the instant microwave kind)
Low-fat yogurt
banana
berries (straw or blue usually)
Mini-100 calorie bagel and low-fat cream cheese
Fruit/protein powder smoothie

Lunch (my biggest meal often as I have about hours 7.5 between lunch and dinner):

Low-fat Turkey/ham sandwhich on high fiber bread (at least 4grams per slice)
w/cheese, mustard, and romaine

OR
A 300 calorie microwave burrito

OR

1 1/2 cups of soup (I don't do canned cause of the sodium, I buy it from a local natural foods store that make their soups from scratch daily)

paired with some combination of
3oz of carrots
3oz sugar snap peas
3oz apple slices
3oz berries
1/2 a banana
low fat yogurt

My lunch is usually 450-550 calories

Dinner (I very my dinners A LOT so I'll just tell you somethings I had this week):

Broiled chicken breasts marinated in balsamic vinaigrette, chantrelle and portabella mushroom quinoa pilaf, steam broccoli

Trader Joe's Teriyaki chicken, brown jasmine rice, a samosa (also from TJ's), and steamed broccoli

Grilled chicken salad with white cheddar, tomatoes, red onion, spinach and baby salad greens, pea pods and a blue cheese vinaigrette.

1 1/2 cups of Hamburger Helper (cheeseburger kind), roasted root vegetables (carrots, sweet potatoes, turnips, parsnips), and some more steamed broccoli

Burritos with turkey burger, shredded cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, salsa, avocado and fat-free re-fried beans.

Vegan split-pea soup with chipolte peppers, fresh sourdough rolls, and salad


Snacks
Low-fat yogurt
string cheese
Kashi high fiber/protien bars
fresh fruit
carrots
2 slices of turkey lunch meat

Beverlyjoy
10-02-2010, 04:51 PM
Here's some of mine;

breakfast
combination of these:
egg white scramble with ketchup
hard cooked egg white salad with lite Miracle Whip
fruit/ lite cranberry juice
morningstar bacon
turkey sausage
lite toast with peanut butter
english muffin with peanut butter

Lunch -
egg whites with cheese
cottage cheese with fruit or tomatoes
Lite Lean Pocket
open face sandwhich - turkey and cheese
soup
morning star burger
rice cakes with lite provelone cheese and turkey pepperoni
veggie or salad


snacks -
cottage cheese
yogurt
fruit
Fiber One cereal
rice cake and laughing car cheese
rice cake with pnb
roasted green beans - snack or lunch or dinner
Jello dark chocoate sf pudding - put in freezer and it's like ice cream

dinner -
soup
10 grain pancake, sf syrup, morningstar bacon
grilled turkey or veggie burger
brown rice with chicken
spaghetti
veggies or salad

mkat321
10-02-2010, 05:18 PM
I'm a creature of habit so coming up with 5 healthy ideas for each meal isn't within my ability right now but I'll give you my current rotation schedule:

Breakfast-

Cappuccino Rush protein powder blended w/ 1 tablespoon metamucil clear and 6-8 ounces 2% milk, 2 eggs scrambled and sprinkled with soul food seasoning and 24 ounces of water

Or

2 eggs scrambled, 2 slices of deli turkey or oscar mayer prepacked deli turkey, 24 ounces of water

Lunch:

2 slices of deli turkey on whole wheat HFCS free bread with 1.5 tablespoons of Miracle Whip light and either a small iceberg lettuce salad with fat free catalina or a handful of baby carrots or a banana, & 24 ounces of water

or

1 can campbells chicken soup, 5 to 10 saltines, 1-2 slices of deli turkey, and 24 ounces of water


Dinner

5-6 ounces of angus roast oven roasted with real butter, 2% milk, finely ground sea salt and pepper, 1/4 cup peas with sea salt or soul food sprinkled on, and 24 ounces of water {will occasionally have my 'cheat' pepsi with dinner}

or

4 oz grilled or pan seared tilapia seasoned with lemon juice and sea salt, 1/4 cup peas or a small iceberg based salad with shredded carrots and shredded red cabbage, 24 ounces of water and/or 12 ounces of pepsi

or

4-6 ounces grilled angus hamburger seasoned with salt and pepper, medium baked potato with real butter and sea salt or table salt, and small iceberg based salad w/ fat free light Catalina, 24 ounces of water and/or 12 ounces of pepsi

theresac
10-03-2010, 07:00 AM
Breakfast (I'm usually a savory breakfast person, 200-400 cals):
Rolled oats w/ pumpkin, skim milk, and brown sugar
Leftover salad w/ some cheese thrown in
Fruit smoothie
Poached eggs on whole grain bread w/ spinach or tomatoes

Lunch (300 - 500 cals, depending on volume)
Mini-sandwich, veggies, hummus, homemade cheese sticks
Homemade spring rolls w/ faux-asian salad
Flat bread pizza
Falafel w/ hummus and veggies
Big salad w/ feta and hard boiled eggs
Chicken salad on bread rolls w/ fruit

Dinner (300 - 500 cals)
Lentils
Stir-fry over rice or rice noodles
Flat bread pizza
Big salad
Saag Aloo (Indian spinach & potato dish)

Snacks and sides (100 - 200 cals)
Mandarin oranges
Hummus and veggies
Cheese cubes (one serving only)
Carrot and celery sticks
Fruit (in limited quantities)
Fruit smoothie (only if I have lots of calories left over)
Salsa and toasted pita chips