Weight Loss Support - Pumpkin Planning for Tricky Tuesday, October 31st!




2frustrated
10-31-2006, 04:20 AM
:wave::haphal:

Today I am cutting out bread. :badbat: I am eating ALL the tiny little clementines on my desk - 1) They are getting old and 2) I am coming down with a bug and need my vitamin C!!! :ghost:

Brekky
chestnut mushrooms, 2 slices trimmed bacon, 1 egg

Snack
0% fat greek yoghurt, smidge of honey

GYM GYM GYM!!!! :bat:

Lunch
medium jacket potato, 1/2 C cottage cheese :witch:

More snacks throughout the day:
2 apples, 7 clementines!!!! :spid:

Snack
1/2 low fat mozzarella ball

Maybe GYM depending on energy levels (I'm skiving kickboxing - I am having ISSUES with people there, and I don't necessarily want to get beaten up 4 days before the wedding!)

Dinner
Either quorn sausages or something like that that's sitting in the fridge, oh and mange tout

Early bed! :sklol:


jillybean720
10-31-2006, 06:02 AM
Alright--NO Halloween candy for me today! Yesterday, I had a really bad headache at work, and no one had any Tylenol (I am allergic to Advil and Aleve and stuff, so Tylenol is all I can take), and the girl who sits next to me suggested I eat some chocolate because it would help my headache. I told her I'd rather suffer with the headache because I knew if I allowed myself 1 piece of chocolate, I would end up eating more like 10 :devil:

Anyway, I got up at my usual 4:15 this morning and did my WATP DVD. Now on to food:

5 breakfast turkey sausages
yogurt
applesauce (I spent the extra $$ and bought it in the little single-serving cups or else I know I would eat half a jar all at once :p )
Lean Gourmet frozen meal - creamy parmesan chicken
soy crisps (ranch)
Lean Gourmet frozen meal - whole-wheat rotini with proscuitto and basil
baked chicken breast and broccoli
My goodness that seems like a LOT of food, but it's only 1226 calories according to my Fitday. I'll add some sort of marinade to the chicken and maybe some parmesan cheese to the broccoli, but even then, I'd only estimate 1350. Oh, and 111g of protein. I wouldn't normally eat 2 frozen meals in one day, but I was really low on calories, so since I had these 2 meals in my freezer that had less protein than my other meals, I decided to use both to get more calories and protein. Eh, as long as it all works out in the end. Oh, and even with 2 frozen meals, I'm barely above the recommended amount of daily sodium (I'm at just over 2600, and recommended is 2400 or less, so I feel pretty safe with that). And, of course, I'll try for 4 liters of water (which I DID get in yesterday :D ).

joyofsix
10-31-2006, 07:28 AM
Unfortunately, whole foods doesn't mean whole candy bars so:

B-oatmeal, flax meal (trying this), walnuts, raisins, honey, cinnamon
L-romaine salad, red pepper, cuke, onion,chickpeas
S-apple, peanut butter, almonds
D-kashi shrimp meal (gotta get out to go T or T)
S-strawberries& yogurt, dark chocolate, tea


Sunnigummi
10-31-2006, 08:59 AM
Hmmm...we bought two bags of candy but I put them in the cupboard I barely visit so I've totally forgotten about them. Lucky me. :p

B - 1 apple, 1 cup de-seeded grapes (yes, I did spend 5 whole minutes this morning de-seeding them. Hate. seeds.)

S - dunno. Leftover grapes I guess

L - boca chicken patty with ketchup and a sprinkling of cheese on white bread (I know, I know but I ran out of my whole wheat and my sis's loaf was all that was left)

S - lentil pancake

D - 1/4 cup rice with indian curries. Yum. :D

Exercise: Walked 4 miles.

Rosario
10-31-2006, 08:59 AM
b-honey bunches of oats, skim milk, banana
s-yogurt
l-rice, potatoes w/italian sausage
s-apple, cheese stick
d-i'm thinking chinese

sept15lija
10-31-2006, 09:12 AM
Luckily DH bought all candy I don't like so no problem there (specifically asked him to do that!).

B - Kashi GoLean Crunch with skim milk (1 cup each)
s - banana
l - chicken wrap with lots of veggies and tzatziki (SP??)
s - Chips Ahoy Thinsations (ok not the best but oh well)
d - Eggs, salsa, cheddar cheese, my favourite!

Water - 64 oz (only managed 48 oz or so yesterday)
Exercise - 45 min cardio - I kicked butt in my weights yesterday, my shoulders are sore today...I love it though!

jellybelly06
10-31-2006, 09:49 AM
This is my first time posting this, so I hope I do ok. I need to do everything I can to stay motivated and stay accountable.

B 2 eggs
toast
banana

L grilled chicken
on salad
2T LF ranch

S 1/3 cup grapefuit
toast

D 1/2 cup sphaghetti
3 small meatballs
salad W/ 1T itialian

1 hr cardio
10 min toning

64 oz water

Does this sound on track? Jelly

sept15lija
10-31-2006, 10:01 AM
Sounds good to me Jelly!! Especially that spaghetti with meatballs...yummmmmmmmmmmy! :) I always have such a hard time keeping my pasta portions down. Are you eating whole wheat pasta? I thought I'd hate switching to ww pasta but it's actually REALLY good!

veggielover
10-31-2006, 11:31 AM
I already had my brekky and lunch.....It's 11:30 and I only have 40% DV of my fiber.


Snacks: Macoun apples, yogurt and granola, clementines

Dinner: Beef and veggie stew with a side of whole wheat bread...

yogachick30
10-31-2006, 11:43 AM
Hello everyone! I am happy to be back!

B: 6oz yogurt, 1 med banana, lg coffee w. 2% milk (225cal)

L: 3oz tuna (90cal), mixed vegies w. low fat parm cheese, (125cal)

S: granola bar (90cal)

D: quoron ck breast (110cal), med sweet potato w. spray butter and splenda (130cal)

S: pureed pumpkin mixed w. f.f cottage cheese (150cal)

Workout: 30 min on treadmill

Glory87
10-31-2006, 11:47 AM
B - 2 pieces of organic, sprouted, 20 grain bread, natural peanut butter

S - plain, non fat yogurt, 1/2 carton sliced strawberries

L - big salad, greens, chicken breast, chickpeas, tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, onions, zucchini, sesame seeds, dressing on side

S - tall non fat sugar free latte

S - 1/2 huge pomegranate

S - cut up veggies - grape tomatoes, carrots, sugar snap peas, red pepper strips

D - quesadilla - 2 whole wheat tortillas, quinoa, sweet potato, spinach, black beans, a little low fat cheese, topped with tons of salsa

sotypical
10-31-2006, 12:24 PM
Today's plan is somewhat light so I can have some candy! haha

breakfast was - protien ice teat, two slices cinnamon raisin toast with light butter
snack - right now I am drinking a starbucks coffee with 0 cal halznut syrup and skim milk
lunch - 1.5 cup spagetthi squash with 1 turkey/chicken bratwurst and .5 cup pasta sauce
dinner - not sure
snacks - in my bag I have .25 cups toasted pumpkin seeds, celery, rice crackkers, and anitpasto
water - already had 2L hope to have 2-3 more
exercise - already did one hour on my bike

BlueToBlue
10-31-2006, 02:54 PM
I will not eat any Halloween candy! I will not eat any Halloween candy! Candy is for trick-or-treaters, not me! Candy is for trick-or-treaters, not me!

Here is the plan for the day (not a single piece of Halloween candy is included):
B - Go lean cereal with soy milk and raspberries
S - tea with soy milk and sweet-n-low
L - spaghetti squash with turkey sausage, onions, and tomato sauce; tomato, cucumber, and raspberry salad in balsamic vinegar
S - giant apple or pear, maybe with NF cream cheese
S - NF yogurt and raspberries
D - Tomato and chickpea curry, brown rice, green salad

Exercise: one hour cardio (combo of stairs, eliptical, and treadmill), 15 min abs

Glory87
10-31-2006, 03:48 PM
I won't eat any Halloween candy either - I deliberately picked stuff I hated to pass out. I bought Milky Ways, 3 Musketeers and Almond Joys, candy bars I loathe. I wouldn't have eaten those on my worst bingy days. This will be my third Halloween without candy :) I am constantly amazed by myself.

sotypical
10-31-2006, 04:01 PM
i really dont feel like eating today, this cant be good

athenac
10-31-2006, 04:57 PM
I won't eat any Halloween candy either - I deliberately picked stuff I hated to pass out. I bought Milky Ways, 3 Musketeers and Almond Joys, candy bars I loathe. I wouldn't have eaten those on my worst bingy days. This will be my third Halloween without candy :) I am constantly amazed by myself.

I wish I was like that. I never met a candy bar I didn't like. :^:

callystia
10-31-2006, 09:05 PM
VeggieLover, I think you're the one I have to thank for this. I seem to recall seeing you post about having potatoes with cottage cheese? I had never tried that before, but I had my husband stop by the store and pick up some (fat free) cottage cheese, and tried that dish tonight. It was FABULOUS! One of the best things I've ever eaten, so thank you. :)