100 lb. Club - Weekly Journal Buddy Thread (5/30 - 6/05)




missaprylj
05-30-2005, 10:03 PM
Let's ALL be accountable this week. Good luck! :)


missaprylj
05-30-2005, 11:22 PM
Apryl's Eats for Monday 5/30

Yogurt
Kashi topping

mango
apple
trail mix
whole wheat crackers with 1 tbsp. PB

grilled chicken breast
grilled potato
salad w/ 1 tbsp FF Italian dressing

Thin Mints
6 Triscuits w/ 2 tbsp. cheddar cheese

Total: 1438 :strong:

Jenaya
05-31-2005, 12:55 AM
I'm joining the accountability team:

Kashi Go Lean (3/4 cup)
1/2 cup skim milk

3 oz. lean sirloin
greens
1 tbs. low fat dressing
1/2 cup macaroni with low fat cheese

snack - apple

chicken breast roasted
stir-fried vegetables
rice - 1/2 cup
orange
1 cup milk

snack - low fat yogurt


Jillegal
05-31-2005, 03:01 AM
Thanks for starting the thread this week, Apryl (I've been pre-occupied...mainly in the bathroom) :o Let's make this first week of June the first of many on plan and accountable weeks! Looks like you and Jenaya are leading the way - way to go!

I finally went to the doctor today and have been told it looks like I fell victim to mild food poisoning. Wow, do I ever have issues with food - if I eat too much of it I get fat and when I try to eat healthy it makes me sick! :mad: He said probably chicken or seafood was the culprit. :s:

We were able to narrow it down to the food I eat at work because nobody else at home has the same symptons (thank goodness). I have to admit to not always refrigerating my food at work and letting it sit for hours in a drawer before eating, plus I buy lots of salads with poultry and seafood from markets downtown that have been sitting in the open for awhile. So, a warning to everyone to make sure you don't leave your food lying around for lengths of time and to be careful what you buy from markets!

I'll admit to being taken care of nicely - G's been bringing me cups of tea, the girls have been tiptoeing around quietly and the dog brought me a milkbone! :lol:

The doctor gave me something to settle my tummy and prevent the horrible gastric disorders I've been suffering and told me to stick to liquids for another day to flush it out. Of course once he said that my appetite immediately returned and now I'm starving. :rolleyes: I figure I've lost a lot of water weight, but know that'll come back as soon as I can eat properly again. I haven't been exercising for the last couple of days, although my intestines have been doing gymnastics...

So I'll end this post by saying when it comes to eats, drinks and exercise, I've had plenty to drink, nothing much to eat and will continue lazing around for another day. :D

Sigh, when I think of all the suspect food I ate in Russia its difficult to think that a Canadian chicken or salmon did me in! :p

SuchAPrettyFace
05-31-2005, 04:23 AM
I would love to be a part of this thread, but am having a very hard time justifying typing it all out into 2 different places. I need to have the fitday set up for my renal dietician, lest I give her a link to here :lol: Not that this isn't a great place, mind you. She was very glad that I had such a wonderful place for support.

So I'm going to make my fitday link a part of my signature. But I will be checking into this thread & posting encouragement, and as ALWAYS, click the link in my sig to see how I'm eating that day.

Apryl: thank you for starting the thread!
Jenaya: welcome to the gang!
Jilly: I'm glad you finally went to the doctor, I was beginning to think we had another victim of the 100# Club Water. :bb: :rofl:

BethC
05-31-2005, 08:51 AM
Hi. I just posted in the weigh-in thread. I lost another pound this week. I realized by looking at the last thread before this one that every week, I start off saying that I need to get back on track. Then I do Monday (or this week Tuesday) and have a loss.

Here's a thought, I weigh in on Saturday and usually go out Saturday night, then it runs into Sunday, by Monday I have no flex points + left and I really focus for the rest of the week. What I need to do it focus through the weekend and then my weight might start moving a little faster???

I tend to walk a fine line between focused and depravation. The fasted way for me to get off plan is to feel deprived, which so far I really haven't.

Anyway, I can't do much about it this week, but next week after weigh-in, I'm just going to stay on plan as much as possible and see just what might happen.

Anyone else have this happen?

Jillegal
05-31-2005, 12:31 PM
Jilly: I'm glad you finally went to the doctor, I was beginning to think we had another victim of the 100# Club Water. :bb: :rofl:

Oh yeah SAPF, you're soooo funny :rolleyes: :p If it was :bb: though, to make me THIS sick it'd have to be the spawn of the :devil: !

I guess I can always go over to fitday to view your consumption, but I'm going to kind of miss seeing what toppings you've picked off your pizza and what new shooters you've discovered (Bubblegum is gross!) :barf:

DishyFishy
05-31-2005, 01:54 PM
I got so caught up with nibbling pretzels, there was no room in my tummy for dinner last night!

Mon 30/05:

Breakfast: Banana shake.
Lunch: 3 oz salmon fillet, 3 potato patties, naked coleslaw.
Snackies: 3 granola bars, 4 oz pretzels.
Drinks: 500 ml black coffee, 2 litres water.

Total calories: 1267 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 3 mile walk.

howie6267
05-31-2005, 02:48 PM
I'll get back in here. I did not post much last week. Yesterday was kind of bad although I did eat healthy I went over calories and it was not supposed to be a treat day.

Kashi Shreaded wheat w/blueberries and skim milk. (don't like this Kashi in case your wondering if it's good.)

2 lean ground beef cheesburgers on whole grain bread.
salad
banana
Low fat chips and salsa
rice pudding
baked beans
2 halves of deviled eggs made with lowfat mayo.

2 veggie wraps
pretzels
banana
This is where I was out of calories.

1/2 apple 1/2 orange
1 slice toast w/brummel and brown
rice pudding
1 half of deviled egg snuck into my mouth while dishing the rice pudding.

slimmingsi
05-31-2005, 03:01 PM
monday bowl of branflakes with skimmed milk
banana and bacterial yogurt thing at 11-ziz
sushi and pasta for lunch with apple juice
chicken curry and rice for dinner (very very hot the way i like it) and 2 whole sticks of garlic bread
few packs of doritos (little ones naturally)
ran 4.21km with 500 m warm up walk and 500 m cool down walk then
1km swim

slimmingsi
05-31-2005, 03:23 PM
31/5 well its 7pm here so i can post now lol
finished a marathon 9hour game of poker at 4 this morning after getting up at 6am on monday. so it was a 22 hour day before i got to bed. slept till 1pm missing my morning run and swim.

still had toast and thin cut cheese for breakfast/lunch lol
another yogurt thing.
a digestive biscuit and 3 jaffa cakes

dinner
boiled brown rice with with mixed veg in gravey with grilled skinless chicken breast
few big cups of green tea.
off to bed early to make up from my looonnnnnngggg day and i'm meeting a mate at 6.30am to go training tomorrow cycling rowing and swimming should be a good session

did kettlebell work out 121 reps in total. with my 16kg beast :D
going to bed

Jillegal
05-31-2005, 04:05 PM
Welcome to the journal buddy thread, Si! Its always nice to see people join in so we can be accountable and get perspective, but I'm :chin: where many of our regulars are...I know its the first day after an American long weekend...does that have anything to do with it, Sandi, Willow, Peach, Sheila, Ivana, et al?? :s:

artist
05-31-2005, 04:58 PM
Hey, you be tough on those long weekend absentees, Jill.....we also just had a Bank Holiday weekend (no fancy name for it, sorry..), didn't stop us English people showin' up here....

Porridge, skimmed milk, banana, coffee
Mackerel, sweet potato, cherry tomatoes, roast peppers, ryvita
Strawberries
Raspberries
Ryvita with quark and bbq sauce

And no exercise....not good, I know......

DishyFishy
05-31-2005, 09:14 PM
Tues 31/05:

Breakfast: Banana shake.
Lunch: 4 oz home-made burger in 84g bun, green salad, alfalfa sprouts.
Nibbles: 8 Wheatines with Marmite.
Dinner: 1 oz pretzels, 1 oz cheddar, 3 pints beer. :devil: :cheers:
Drinks: 500 ml black coffee, 2 litres water, see above for beer.

Total calories: 1591 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 20 minute bike ride.

missaprylj
05-31-2005, 10:56 PM
Oatmeal
Triscuits

Spicy Veggie Burger
Wheat Bread
Cheddar Cheese
Onion, ketchup, mustard
3 bites of pound cake

Black beans with Rice
cheddar cheese
green beans
2 thin mints

1 cup lime sherbet
.25 cup strawberries

Total: 1434 :)

Jillegal
06-01-2005, 02:45 AM
Looking forward to some REAL food tomorrow! :D

2 large mugs of caffeine-free tea with lemon
watermelon
2 bowls of tomato soup (made with water)
1 litre bottle of lime flavoured mineral water
more watermelon
1 large mug chicken Bovril
1 cup calcium enriched low pulp orange juice
1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice
2 500ml bottles of spring water

Took the dog out twice today for walks (20 minutes each).

howie6267
06-01-2005, 12:26 PM
Heres for Tuesday.

Kashi w/blueberries and skim milk

2 cheese wraps with lettuece, cucumber, and tomatos
2 deviled egg halves
low fat chips
banana

Lean cheesburger on whole grain bread w/ spinach
yogurt
2 bananas
1 apple

Pria protien bar

Ice cream Cone
__________________________
Total 1820 calories
55 g fat
160 oz water

slimmingsi
06-01-2005, 02:34 PM
breakfast branflakes glass of orange juice at 6am
bannana after training
10isham bioyogurt thing
12.30 boiled rice and veg in gravey grilled skinless chicken breast
4.30 mince omlette (on the spot decision but was actually very nice) 1 slice of whole grain bread and butter mmmmm

few huge cups of green tea.
did 2km jog 1km row and 5km cycle plust a small chest and shoulders kettlebell rouitne

howie6267
06-01-2005, 02:40 PM
Hey Si do you find the green tea helps? I heard it can be a fat burning drink. I have some blueberry flavored green tea but I don't drink tea often.

slimmingsi
06-01-2005, 04:01 PM
i'm not sure to be honest i find i'm more relaxed than with coffee and i like the taste i have jasmine tea all day every day.

artist
06-01-2005, 07:09 PM
Porridge, skimmed milk, coffee
Chickpea soup, fruit salad
Apple, satsuma, banana
Mackerel, cherry tomatoes, sweet potato, ryvita

35 min walk

missaprylj
06-01-2005, 10:47 PM
Kashi Cranberry w/ Skim Milk

Salad (Lettuce, feta, tomato, cuke, onion, artichoke, balsamic vinaigrette)
1/2 of a Raspberry Spelt bar

2 large slices of red pepper bread
Beans+Rice
Cheddar cheese
1oz fresh fish

3/4 cup lime sherbet

Total: 1509 :)

synger
06-01-2005, 11:17 PM
B: cottage cheese, coffee with flavored creamer
L: ham and cheese on wheat with mustard and a dab of mayo, baked potato chips
D: potato, veggies and chicken in broth (more of a stew than a soup)
snack: big glass of skim milk, whole wheat toast with a pat of butter

exercise: Two flights of stairs, four blocks walking to Metro instead of taking closest stop, one hour of gardening

Jillegal
06-02-2005, 02:14 AM
Popping in to record eats before bed. The board is really coming alive lately with newbies and oldies (but goodies) posting furiously - isn't it wonderful?! If I responded to all the threads I wanted to I'd be at the computer ALL day. I'll just have to make do with a big "Way to go people!"

Points
Brekkie
2 - 1/2c cottage cheese
2 - 3/4c pineapple chunks
Lunch
2 - tomato soup (made with water)
1 - melba toast
2 - watermelon (lots of it)
Dinner
3 - flaked tuna with lemon juice and ground pepper tossed in
0 - mixed salad (lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, carrots) with
1 - light italian dressing
Snacks
1 - seedless grapes
2 - Yoplait Creme & Fruit yogurt
16 (6 under target but I didn't want to overdo it on my first day back on solids)

Beverages: 1 litre lime flavoured mineral water, 3 large glasses sodium reduced club soda, 2 large mugs of caffeine free "I love Lemon" tea

Exercise: 1 hour trailwalking with dog. Didn't attempt the hiking trail/hills and stuck near heavily bushed areas in case I needed a handy bathroom (I know, TMI) ;)

howie6267
06-02-2005, 03:11 AM
Did good today. And what's wrong with being at the computer all day Jill. LOL

Kashi w/blueberries and skim milk

Pasta w/chicken and asparagus
yogurt
2 bananas

Pasta w/chicken and asparagus
orange

Tuna
crackers

10 mini wheats
_________________
Total calories 1800
Total fat 21 grams
Total water 196 oz

CassandraA
06-02-2005, 07:42 AM
6/1
Morning
-Honey BBQ Chicken Sandwich, from KFC
Afternoon
-Yogurt, 2 Rice Cakes
-Skinless Chicken Breast, 1 1/2c Broccoli
Night
-1/2c FF Frozen Yogurt
-2 FF Hotdogs w/FF Cheese, 3/4c Pork & Beans
Late
-1 1/2c Cocoa Puffs w/ 1/2c Skim Milk
Total: 1593 Calories, 14g Fat

Liquids: 3ltrs Water, 3 12oz Diet Sodas
Exercise: 20min Strength Training

slimmingsi
06-02-2005, 12:39 PM
thursday!
was supposed to get up at 6 but it was blowing a gale and hammering down so i went back to sleep naughty!

up at 10 branflakes bio yogurt

1ish tuna and salad cream sandwich 2 jam tarts

4pm boiled pasta and rice mixed with remaining tuna and salad cream 1 salted cracker

no exercise very very tired can tell my body has used up excess stores of crappy sugars only living off my. after starting a new regieme i get really tired and groggy after a few days its really similar to the illness people get after a few days on atkins.

but i'll resist the urge and i should be ok in a few days just stick to clean eats and i'll be fine again loads of green tea

unheardkoala
06-02-2005, 01:34 PM
Yesterday was good.

1- granola bar
1- cup of strawberries

2- cup won ton soup (only ate 4/6 wontons lots of veggies)

1- Chicken breast no skin
potatos
carrotts

snack
pop corn.

Went to aquasize for an hour.

DishyFishy
06-02-2005, 02:28 PM
Weds 01/06:

Breakfast: Banana shake.
Lunch: 5 oz pasta with tin of crushed tomatoes, tin of tuna in water, 1 oz cheddar.
Dinner: Same as lunch.
Nibbles: Banana shake.
Drinks: 500 ml green tea, 2 litres water, 710 ml lime Gatorade.

Exercise: 2 mile walk, 6 mile bike ride*.

Total calories: 1339

* For the first time ever, I made it all the way up the hill without stopping. Yay! I usually have to get off and push halfway up. I was a panting, red-faced Sweaty Betty with a bit of a knee wobble and an inane grin. Gorgeous! :D

diamondgirl175
06-02-2005, 05:40 PM
Wednesday: 6/1/05

Breakfast:
2 Eggs,
1 Whole tomato,
1/2 cup Kashi GoLean Cereal w/ Skim Milk,
H20

Lunch: South Beach Diet Southwestern Chicken Wrap "Lunchable" minus the jello

Snack:
Popcorn (SmartBalance, 1 non-snack size bag!)
Chocolate Pudding Malt Protein Shake (doesn't sound healthy, but it is!)

Dinner (crash & burn...over 5 hours since snack...bad plan)
Hamburger on Bun
Mayo
potato chips!

(As Scarlett O'Hara would say: Tomorrow is another day!)

artist
06-02-2005, 06:45 PM
Had a good day.....

Fruit salad
Tomato and basil soup
Prawn, salmon salad
2 cappucinos
Spicy spinach, low fat yogurt, cauliflower

30 min walk

missaprylj
06-02-2005, 11:55 PM
Bagel
Strawberries

Apple Juice
Banana
4 Thin Mints

Bread
Grilled Chicken
Green Beans

Total: 1405

Jillegal
06-03-2005, 01:39 AM
Those who are posting - keep up the good work. Its easy to see why you're having successful results!!

Those who made a commitment but are missing... :coach: GET YOUR BUTTS BACK HERE AND START BEING ACCOUNTABLE!! :drill: You know you'd be doing yourselves a big favour! :yes: (and we promise to go easy on you...THIS TIME :s: )

Points
Brekkie
5 - whole grain bagel
2 - low fat cream cheese
Lunch
6 - Lean Cuisine spinach & mushroom pizza
Dinner
0 - huge salad, tossed with
1 - balsamic vinegrette and topped with
3 - shredded roast chicken (white meat)
Snacks
1 - watermelon
2 - yogurt
20 (2 under, but back to regular tomorrow :) )

Beverages: 2 500m bottles spring water, 2 cans club soda, 2 small bottles Perrier water, couple of cups of tea

Exercise: here come the excuses....first day back at work after illness and too weak when I got home to do anything but laze around. Did take the pup out for a wee (literally) walk this morning, but nothing worth noting :D

SuchAPrettyFace
06-03-2005, 02:35 AM
I am afraid of Jill, so here's today:

1/2 liter water

1 cup coffee
1 cup light soy milk

1 KFC chicken breast (original recipe)
3/4 cup sauteed yellow & green zucchini & red cabbage
1/2 liter water

1 slice wedding cake @ best friend's house
1/2 liter water

1 Wendy's double cheeseburger, bottom half of bun only eaten, mayo & tomato on that
1 serving Cape Cod potato chips
1/2 liter water

1 cup frozen cherries

howie6267
06-03-2005, 02:44 AM
Kashi w/blueberries and skim milk

2 cheese wraps with spinach and tomatos

pria protien bar

subway turkey wrap
baked chips

pria protien bar

banana
yogurt

ice cream cone
_________________________
Total 1610 calories
Total fat 51 g fat
64 oz waters

CassandraA
06-03-2005, 04:36 AM
6/2
Morning
-Nothing
Afternoon
-Large Peppermint Patty, 12oz Orange Cream Soda
-Ham & (FF) Cheese Sandwich, 2c Salad w/FF 1000 Island & Croutons, 2/3c Mandarin Oranges
Night
-1c Cocoa Puffs (dry)
-Fruit Leather
-Broccoli Cheddar Potatoes TV Dinner w/3oz Skinless Chicken Breast, ear of Corn
Late
-1 1/2c Cocoa Puffs w/ 1/2c Skim Milk
Total: 1694 Calories, 15g Fat

Liquids: 3ltrs Water, 1ltr Flavored (carbonated) Water
Exercise: 30min Strength Training, 0.5 Miles

synger
06-03-2005, 08:37 AM
June 2

Breakfast
Mcdonalds egg mcmuffin, half of the hash browns, and medium orange juice

Lunch
Bean soup, mixed raw veggies from the salad bar (cherry tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers) with low fat ranch, a couple of green olives, a few slices of beets

Dinner
one cup of spaghetti with a bit of butter and some blue cheese melted in (we had run out of tomato sauce)
baked fish fillet
a cup of green beans with a bit of butter and herbs
2 cups of skim milk

Snacks:
afternoon: Yogurt
evening: whole wheat toast with butter and jelly (Gem asked for it and didn't eat it, so I ate it. Much more butter than I usually put on mine)

Exercise:
Four blocks walking from Metro
One up flight of stairs
ten minutes walking

slimmingsi
06-03-2005, 11:21 AM
Friday woohooo!
didn't get up at 6.30 to run to tired went at 9 though. did 1 mile on the treadmill 5km on the eliptical cross trainer. then a relaxing 14 lengths of the pool to stretch out.

had bowl of branflakes.

12pm glass of apple juice. bio yogurt .

1pm bowl of brown rice and veg in gravey grilled chicken breast and a banana

just about to have some boiled pasta in gravey with veg then i'm gonna cycle to my mates for the night and up early to the gym hopefully back early tomorrow for decent food to avoid the crap my mates eat the really annoy me smoke heavily never excersise live of white bread pizza and fried breakfasts and are like skin and bones

DishyFishy
06-03-2005, 01:34 PM
Thurs 02/06:

Breakfast: 2 cinnamon toast Eggos.
Lunch: 4 slices ham on 80g whole-grain bread, green salad with 1 tblsp. sliced almonds.
Dinner: Tin of Campbell's soup.
Nibbles: 1 oz pretzels, carrot, cauliflower florets with 2 tblsp. sour cream.
Drinks: 500 ml coffee with 1 tblsp. half & half, 2 litres water, 1 litre Sobe Dragon juice thingie. (The water was turned off and there was no beer in the fridge, ;) so I had to use 220 kcals for this. Quite nice though.)

Total calories: 1445 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 2 mile walk.

SuchAPrettyFace
06-03-2005, 01:41 PM
4 turkey breakfast sausage patties (they are smalllllllllll)
2 eggland's best eggs, scrambled
2 slices low carb toast
1 Tbsp butter
10 oz coffee
1/2 liter water

1 spicy italian sausage (jilly this is not a euphemism)
1 brat
1 hotdog bun
1/2 cup baked beans
2 pieces watermelon
5 16oz glasses water
1 small lemon bar
1/2 a strawberry margarita

DishyFishy
06-04-2005, 12:05 AM
Fri 03/06:

Breakfast: 2 cinnamon toast Eggos.
Lunch: 1 oz smoked gouda, 3 slices ham on 70 g whole-grain bread, green salad.
Dinner: 4 oz chicken breast, 3 potato patties, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli.
Nibbles: Cauliflower florets, 50 g Munchies.
Drinks: 1 litre coffee with 1 tblsp. half & half, 2 litres water, 1 tin diet Pepsi.

Total calories: 1444 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 2 mile walk, 40 minute bike ride.

Jenaya
06-04-2005, 01:32 AM
Oh no, thanks for the butt-kick Jill. I also use fitday everyday. It seems I can only manage one posting. So, I will now become technically literate and try and figure out how to post it here OR just write it both places. I slipped up the last two days : ( Oh well, I am back on track again. Seems like the busier I am, the less time I give to being healthy, wonder why that is? Si, I like your notation of FAILURE ISN'T DISHONOURABLE QUITTING IS!. I will keep reminding myself of that - in fact, I will remind all those other folks who haven't posted lately (Sandi girl, where are you? - Jill put out the APB....)

Take Care all,

missaprylj
06-04-2005, 03:00 AM
2 cups Kashi Cranberry
1 cup Skim Milk

1/2 small bag of M & M's

Small IceCream cone

Turkey Sub

Then, at my best friend's graduation party:
lemonade
Chips, veggies /Dip
Jello w/ Whipped Cream
watermelon wedges
lemon bar

At the movies:
NOTHING! :strong:


Total: 1986 Not good... but not NEARLY as bad as it could have been.

Jillegal
06-04-2005, 03:55 AM
Don't worry Jenaya, I'm in constant contact with Sandi and she'll be back soon (if only to shut me up) :lol: A few others have received PM's too (you know who you are :s: )

Having been woken out of a sound sleep by loud snoring (not my own) I may as well record my eats...

Points
Brekkie
2 - Kashi Good Friends*
1 - 1/2c 1% milk
1 - seedless grapes
Lunch
2 - Yoplait Creme & Fruit field berries yogurt
1 - 2 slices Weight Watchers 60% whole wheat bread
2 - 1tbsp. peanut butter
2 - small amount of shaved black forest ham (extra lean)
Dinner
5 - whole wheat bagel
1 - 1tbsp. Miracle Whip "Light" spread on bagel
3 - tuna w/ lemon juice, celery & black pepper (put on bagel)
0 - plate of green, red and yellow pepper slices
0 - salsa (for pepper dipping)
Friday night treat
2 - large Tim Horton's coffee with cream (no sugar)
22 total

* not my favourite Kashi cereal by a long shot - but is only 2 points rather than Canuck Go Lean's 3. I'm amazed by all the Kashi varieties I've seen posted here. All I've ever seen in Canada is Go Lean, Go Lean Crunch and Good Friends. :mad:

Beverages: 1 litre lime-flavoured mineral water, 1 500m bottle spring water, 2 cans club soda, 1 small bottle Perrier water, 2 cups of caffeine-free tea

Exercise: 20 minute walk in the a.m., 45 minute walk in the p.m.

SuchAPrettyFace
06-04-2005, 03:59 AM
What I hate most about Good Friends (besides the twigs) is the goofy *** picture on front of the box. :lol:

Jillegal
06-04-2005, 04:17 AM
You mean the man and woman with wheat sprigs (or something) coming out of the sides of their heads?? I'm telling ya, when a cereal advertises "now with tastier twigs" you gotta know its bad... :lol:

artist
06-04-2005, 06:05 AM
Whoops, forgot to post for Friday.....here it is...

Ryvita, quark, marmite
Turkish mezzes (couscous, 2 vineleaves stuffed with rice, something else grainy, can't quite remember what......didn't touch the bread or the cream cheese type stuff....)
Tomato soup
Ryvita, cottage cheese, quark, marmite

30 min walk

CassandraA
06-04-2005, 07:48 AM
6/3
Morning
-2 tbsp Cookie Dough
Afternoon
-2 FF Hotdogs w/FF Cheese
-Yogurt, 2 Rice Cakes
Night
-4.5oz Skinless Chicken Breast, Fruit Leather
-Cheese Ravioli (TV Dinner), 2 Slices Bread
Late
-1.5c Cocoa Puffs w/0.5c Skim Milk
Total: 1593 Calories, 18g Fat

Liquids: 3ltrs Water, 1ltr Flavored (carbonated) Water
Exercise: 0.5 Miles

synger
06-04-2005, 10:13 AM
I love reading everyone's food journals. I get some great ideas. And sometimes I have to look stuff up. (had no clue what Quark was)

Yesterday was strange for me because I was ill, and craving carbs. Had to stretch for the veggies, fruit. And I'm proud of myself for the popcorn. We have the full-fat, buttered microwave popcorn in the house because our daughter needs the fat and fiber, and my husband won't eat the low-fat kind. So I carefully measured a cup and a half into my bowl and gave him the rest of the bag. It looked so pitiful and small in there. *sighs* And it disappeared much too quickly. I wanted more. He offered more. And I turned him down, waiting another ten minutes for the fiber of the popcorn to trigger the "not hungry" feelings. Then I didn't want any anymore. Yeah!

Breakfast:
Quaker Cinnamon Oatmeal Squares cereal with fresh raspberries and skim milk

Lunch:
2 cups of spaghetti with a little bit of oil and salt

Dinner:
half a can of drained apricot halves
hamburger with blue cheese
a whole bunch of little dill pickles (probably more than half a cup and less than a cup)

Snack:
a slice of colby-jack cheese
a cup and a half of microwave popcorn

Total: 1801 calories, and three servings of fruit/veggie

slimmingsi
06-04-2005, 01:32 PM
t minus 13 hours till weigh in. well i'm not that bothered cos i know that it will take upto 10 weeks for my body to fully adjust to my new regieme so anything i lose till then is a bonus. i'm on a periodised schedual which ends in early august then i have to change it and step up a gear in order to get some road running in.

saturday 1km walk 1km run 20lengths of the pool

slice of bread and butter
toasted louisiana tuna and cheese melt with coffee :D very very nice
cheese sandwhich with jam tart
boiled spaghetti with veg in gravey. i wont post my results tomorrow cos as i said it can take weeks for it to fully kick in so its not worth it will be taking measurments though and i have a photo log

howie6267
06-04-2005, 01:59 PM
What is a louisiana tuna and cheese melt? Sounds yummy.

Last night was my treat night and I still have not been able to keep to my 600 over. I went 3 times that. I've been losing good still but I still don't like eating that much. It's like I'm still hanging onto the old me.

Egg McMuffin

Taco Salad

Pasta and asparagus
yogurt
2 bananas

Peanut M&Ms

Peanuts

Pizza
Ice cream float
Ice cream
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Total Calories 3660
Total fat 119
Total water 96 oz

DishyFishy
06-04-2005, 02:06 PM
That's cool about the popcorn, Synger. I did exactly the same thing yesterday with Munchies which are a big weakness of mine. My 50 g fitted neatly inside a measuring cup whilst hubby piled his to the brim of an enormous cereal bowl. Hmph!

I think we both deserve a pat on the back for showing restraint. :smug:

slimmingsi
06-04-2005, 03:31 PM
howie not sure what it was but it was spicey :D

BarbaraAnn
06-04-2005, 10:31 PM
What I hate most about Good Friends (besides the twigs) is the goofy *** picture on front of the box. :lol:

...and upon reading that...I knew I'd found a fun place to hang-out! :lol:

I tried to like "the twigs"...I really did, but 3 months later I still feel like I have slivers in my gums! :dizzy:

Today:

B:
1-Light multi-grain english muffin
2-1/2-natural peanut butter
1-T. apricot fruit only spread
3-coffee w. vanilla coffee cream with Splenda

S: 3-Yoplait light w. raspberries

L:
4-Healthy Choice Chicken soup
1-Two slices Sara Lee Multi-grain
1-1 Eggland's best egg & one white
1-miracle whip

E: First day in pool! :cb: 50 laps! 3 AP

S:
2-2T walnuts
0-cucumber

D: Small grilled chicken salad w. Newman's LT Balsamic dressing, calculated to 9 points.

Water: 100 oz. + 1 Lime flavored Fruit2O.

S: 2-pretzels
2-Two pcs. frozen WW candy (1 coconut & 1 mint) = 32-1/2 pts.

1-1/2 pts. left for WW icecream cone later. :smug:

missaprylj
06-05-2005, 02:27 AM
SAPF - My friends and I get SUCH A LAUGH off of the people on the box. :lol: :lol:

Saturday 6/4

yogurt, strawberry, banana smoothie

black bean burger
wheat bread
slice of cheese

sloppy joe
veggies, potato chips/dip
chocolate cake
sugar cookie
iced tea

a few triscuits

Total: 1571 :):)

DishyFishy
06-05-2005, 03:27 AM
Sat 04/06:

Breakfast: Banana shake.
Lunch: oz smoked gouda, 3 slices ham on 98g whole-grain bread, naked coleslaw.
Dinner: 4 oz chicken breast, 2 cups couscous, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli.
Nibbles: 4 Wheatine crackers, cup-a-soup.
Drinks: 1 litre coffee, 2 litres water, 500 ml water with lime juice.

Total calories: 1488 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 2 mile walk.

SuchAPrettyFace
06-05-2005, 03:32 AM
Yeah, Jill, with the creepy looks on their faces.

synger, I got a smaller bowl for my treats, that way it's brimming & I think I'm really having a lot.

BarbaraAnn: :lol: Welcome!

6/4

2 slices low carb bread
1 serving smoked chicken lunchmeat
1 slice lowfat provolone cheese
1-2 tbsp real mayo
1/2 liter water
1 serving potato chips

1/2 cup (chinese food) boneless pork ribs
1 cup chinese food (beef w/mushrooms)
2 cups egg drop soup
4 cups blueberry tea

2 hot dogs
2 tbsp mustard
1/2 cup strawberries
working on abother 1/2 liter water


PS I am never never NEVER eating another hot dog bun again, there is no way to add it to fitday. I ate a brat on a hot dog bun yeaterday, SUE MEEEEEEE. I am ready to beat the crap out of everyone who works @ fitday. :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:

CassandraA
06-05-2005, 06:40 AM
6/4
Morning
-Nothing
Afternoon
-1/2 bag LC Skillet Sensations, Chicken Alfredo
-1c Cocoa Puffs (dry)
-Ear of Corn, 2 Rice Cakes
-2 Rice Cakes
Night
-2 FF Hotdogs w/FF Cheese
Late
-4.5oz Skinless Chicken Breast
-1/4c Lemon Pudding w/Skim Milk
-1 1/4c Cocoa Puffs w/ 1/2c Skim Milk
Total: 1485 Calories, 13g Fat

Liquids: 3ltrs Water, 1ltr Flavored (carbonated) Water
Exercise: 15min Strength Training

Jillegal
06-05-2005, 10:29 AM
I'm with you, SAPF - sometimes Fitday is so frustrating. Even the simpliest of things can be impossible to add. In fact I gave up because it seemed everything I ate had to be made "custom". :?: I'll just stick with my WW points and hope I'm doing okay on the fat, carb and protein ratios.

Points
Brekkie
1 - 2 slices Weight Watchers 60% whole wheat bread (toasted) with
2 - 1tbsp. peanut butter
2 - Yoplait Creme & Fruit raspberry yogurt
Lunch
4 - Stagg vegetarian chili
1 - seedless grapes
2 - Delmonte pineapple slices (drained and rinsed)
Dinner
3 - President's Choice Extra-Lean thick and juicy beef patty (bbq'ed)
3 - whole wheat bun
0 - tomato slices, raw onion, mustard
1 - slice of skim-milk low-fat cheese
4 - bbq'ed veggies*
23 total (used 1 flex point)

*thinly sliced red potatoes (skin on), sliced carrots and onions, chopped fresh garlic, dotted with margarine and lots of freshly ground black pepper, wrapped in foil and cooked on bbq.

Beverages: 2 large mugs of tea, 2 500ml bottles of spring water, 3 large classes of reduced sodium club soda

Exercise: 2km walking

artist
06-05-2005, 11:32 AM
Saturday

Porridge, skimmed milk, banana, coffee
Spiced parsnip soup
Banana, ff greek yogurt
Hot and cold seafood platter (mussels, crab, crayfish, prawns....you get the idea!)
Two small scoops lemon sorbet, 1 small scoop vanilla ice cream
1/2 glass white wine
Peppermint tea

Went to a lovely fish restaurant for dinner - made some good healthy choices, with a nice treat (sorbet/ice cream) thrown in for good measure! Its the first dessert (other than fruit/yogurt) I've had in a month or so, and I really enjoyed it!!

synger
06-05-2005, 12:48 PM
What is a louisiana tuna and cheese melt? Sounds yummy.

While I couldn't find any recipe specifically called that, just from the name I'd assume it might be a tuna melt (a grilled sandwich of tuna fish salad with cheese) where the tuna fish salad part has a Lousiana, i.e. spicy or cajun, kick.

Justin Wilson is a Cajun cook. His recipe for tuna salad (http://www.recipesource.com/fgv/salads/11/rec1132.html)
adds some hot sauce. If you were trying to recreate the sandwich, I'd start with that and then modify. Personally, I'd use a chipotle sauce for more of a Southwestern kick. I like that fairly mild smokiness that chipotle peppers bring. I'm not a hothead, but I like a little bit of spice. (my motto is "My tongue can tingle but if my lips are burning, it's too hot")

Suchaprettyface: I love the idea of a special snack bowl! I'll have to look into that. Oh, and I use Fitday, too, and hotdog (frankfurter) buns are found listed under the Bread and Rolls section: "Roll, white, soft". One of the options is "hamburger, frankfurter, onion roll..."
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Yesterday was a good day for food, up until midnight. But that counts on today's food, so I stayed within my plan. After midnight I ended up bundling our 4-yo daughter and my husband into the car and driving to Virginia to Urgent Care for the migraine that was making DH vomit and unable to see, and writhing and whimpering in agony. By 2 am, I had to go find the snack machines for Gem and me. Trying to deal with a crisis and keep a good facade for her when I haven't eaten in a long time is almost impossible. But instead of the hostess cupcakes and Lay's potato chips I REALLY wanted, I settled for a bag of Combos (cheez-stuffed pretzels). I figured even artificial cheese might have a bit of protein. Come to find out the Cheez-its cheese crackers my daughter chose for herself (after I steered her away from the PopTarts and the cupcakes) had more protein than my Combos. But oh, well. I did drink a little of the Pepsi, too. I needed the pick-me-up for the drive home. But all, in all, it could have been much worse, food-wise.

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Breakfast:
Oatmeal with flaxseed and raisins (I had forgotten how many calories raisins could pack. I need to measure more closely next time so I don't eat too many)
Coffee with a bit of sugar and lots of skim milk

Lunch:
Canned apricots in light syrup
"Everything" bagel with Neufchatel cheese (like a light cream cheese)
cottage cheese


Dinner:
breaded fish fillet (not getting those again -- they're really oily and salty. I prefer the "naked" fish)
BIG salad with lots of raw veggies (broccoli, carrots, radishes, spinach), a little blue cheese dressing and some croutons

Snack:
saltine crackers
milk (right before we headed out the door to urgent care, because I knew I needed some protein in my stomach)

beverages:
coffee, milk, water

calories: around 1700, with a good five servings of fruit/veggies (yeah!)
Exercise: still wasn't feeling well, so only about 15 minutes of light gardening (walking around checking things, turning the compost tumbler, pulling some weeds, harvesting a few early strawberries, that sort of thing)

artist
06-05-2005, 05:54 PM
Sunday

Porridge, skimmed milk, coffee
Ryvita, marmite
Tomato soup
Ryvita, jam, honey
Coffee
Carrot, onion, chickpea soup

Hmm, not exactly a nutritionally balanced day! Will try and do a bit better tomorrow.....

slimmingsi
06-05-2005, 06:40 PM
sunday relaxing day. ate a fair bit and did only 20lengths of the pool. nothing to harsh just replenishing for next week which will be quite hard

missaprylj
06-05-2005, 08:14 PM
Sunday 6/5

Banana/Strawberry Smoothie
Mini-Bagel

Home-made pizza Sandwich
(I broiled 3 slices of light wheat bread with a little pizza sauce spread on and mozz cheese sprinkled on each slice) This was delicious; satisfied a pizza craving. :yes:

Moo Goo Gai Pan (chicken, celery, bamboo shoots, bok choy, water chesnuts, sauce)
Rice
Fortune Cookie

Total: 1580 :)

Jillegal
06-05-2005, 10:37 PM
Looks like everyone's making it through the weekend just fine! :smug:

Points
Brekkie
2 - 1c Kashi Good Friends cereal
1 - 1/2c 1% milk
Lunch
5 - Small pita from "Extreme Pita" *
Dinner
3 - pork chop (grilled on the bbq)
3 - 3/4c long-grain rice
1 - green beans and wax beans
1 - carrots
2 - small glass of white wine
Snacks
1 - seedless grapes
3 - sugar-free (sweetened with fructose) peanut butter cups (2)**
22 total

*small whole wheat pita filled with grilled chicken (white meat) and grilled green peppers, mushrooms and onions, garnished with lettuce, tomato, raw mushrooms, green olives, hot peppers, and salsa)

**they were nasty - so why did I eat the second one? :?:

Beverages: 1 large mug of tea, 2 500ml bottles of spring water, 2 large classes of reduced sodium club soda, 1 diet Pepsi

Exercise: 1km walk, 45 minutes playing one-on-one basketball with G (lost all three games) :^:

DishyFishy
06-06-2005, 01:49 AM
Sun 05/06:

Breakfast: Banana shake.
Lunch: oz smoked gouda, 3 slices ham on 74 g whole-grain bread, small green salad, 6 oz apple.
Dinner: 3 oz salmon fillet, 1 cup couscous, cup peas, green beans.
Nibbles: 100 g Munchies.
Drinks: 1 litre coffee, 2 litres water, 1 litre water with lime juice.

Total calories: 1505 (not incl. free veggies)

Exercise: 2 mile walk.

synger
06-06-2005, 06:02 AM
snack (middle of the night, from a vending machine at urgent care):
package of Combos, cheez-filled pretzels
part of a Pepsi

Breakfast:
2 eggs, once over hard, in a little bit of butter, topped with fat-free cheese
2 slices whole wheat toast with butter
coffee with a little sugar and a lot of skim milk

Lunch:
half a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat

Snack:
a cup of mixed raspberries and blackberries, with a sprinkle of sugar

Dinner:
chicken breast with a bit of bbq sauce
Green Giant creamed spinach

Snack:
Cheez-its cheese crackers

Drinks:
water, coffee, mint tea

Exercise:
none (still feeling under the weather)

CassandraA
06-06-2005, 07:05 AM
6/5
Morning
-1 1/2c Crispix w/ 1/2c Skim Milk
Afternoon
-1/4 Skinless Chicken Breast Sandwich w/FF Cheese, 2c Salad w/FF 1000 Island & Croutons, Ear of Corn
-3/4 Skinless Chicken Breast Sandwich w/FF Cheese
Night
-Large Peppermint Patty, Rice Cake
-Cheese Ravioli TV Dinner, Slice of Bread
Late
-2c Cocoa Puffs, 3/4c Skim Milk
Total: 1643 Calories, 17g Fat

Liquids: 3ltrs Water, 2ltrs Flavored (carbonated) Water
Exercise: 0.5 Miles

howie6267
06-06-2005, 01:52 PM
Here is the rest of my weekend. A lot better than the Friday.

Saturday

Kashi w/blueberries and skim milk

Kashi w/banana and skim milk

Turkey brat
Baked Beans
Sour Kraut w/onion

Chocolate covered ghram craker
Low Fat Scone

Chicken wrap w/spinach
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Total Calories 1805
Total fat 37g
Total water 128 oz

Sunday

Kashi w/blueberries and skim milk

Yogurt

Turkey brat w/Sour Kraut
banana

Ice Cream Cone

Turkey brat w/Sour Kraut
orange
nectorine

Two Veggie wraps w/cheese

Ice cream w/pretzels
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Total Calories 1800
Total fat 49 g
Total Water 160 oz

artist
06-06-2005, 06:50 PM
Monday

Porridge, skimmed milk, coffee
Pasta with Puttanesca sauce (delicious.....tomatoes, garlic, anchovies, capers, olives)
More pasta with Puttanesca sauce.....

30 min walk