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Old 09-10-2011, 06:28 PM   #16
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this cavewoman is not doing very well today ugh!! however I went to the grocery store and I got the stuff to make spagetti squash with meat sauce, a ginger coconut soup w/chicken--will probably put curry in this and I have been wanting enchiladas but there is too much carb in the tortillas so I got enchilada sauce and chicken, think I will either just braise the chicken in enchilada sauce and sprinkle a bit of cheese or maybe make an enchilada soup? we shall see
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Old 09-10-2011, 11:24 PM   #17
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ok today i had:

1 chicken breast and some watermelon

noodle bowl with chicken and lots of veggies (I have been trying very hard to avoid gluten--sort of went out of my mind a little today :-P )

roast chicken and a salad
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Old 09-11-2011, 07:50 PM   #18
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eggs and bacon & strawberries

salad & chicken

spagetti squash with meat sauce
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Old 09-11-2011, 08:33 PM   #19
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Today foodwise I did awful, I don't even want to discuss it

But I did run 5k and biked 20k ...
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:13 PM   #20
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Hi girls!

I've just read my bf's copy of Paleo for Athletes and am a convert to the idea of balancing acid/alkali etc etc, more for good health rather than weight loss at this point! I'm not ready to go completely hardcore so I will be allowing myself yoghurt for breakfast, no grains though! The odd bit of peanut butter, a few legumes here and there and a few bits of soya too.

Today my meals looked like this:

B: Apple and peanut butter
L: Chicken and peppers on spinach and rocket salad with rapeseed oil dressing + peach. Coffee with a bit of milk (I will have to wean myself onto espresso)
D: 3 egg omelette (no milk or cheese) with red pepper, spring onion + side salad and olive oil dressing. Dark chocolate (I know, bend the rules!) + nectarine.

i'm just about to stew up some rhubarb to have with yoghurt and seeds in the morning. Glad to be here with like minded people
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Old 09-12-2011, 05:39 PM   #21
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Claire, I bent the rules with chocolate today too... Oh well

Today I've had a lot of small meals I just felt hungry all the time...
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cheese and sausage omelette

salad with roast chicken

steak/broccoli/and a few oven fries

had a few nuts on morning break
2 string cheese
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Today:

Stewed apples and rhubarb with yoghurt and seed mix
Peach
Spinach and chicken salad
Apple + peanut butter
Salmon fillet + rocket and pepper salad, nectarine

Lots of water and herbal tea
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m1. banana
m2. apple and peach
m3. steak and shreaded cabbage, drizzled w/EVOO
m4. banana
m5. canned salmon and shreaded cabbage, drizzled w/EVOO

I'm really eating way too many fruits...
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eggs and bacon/strawberries

egg drop soup

hot wings/veggie tray/coleslaw
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egg sausage omlette

broccoli soup and a salad with chicken

taco salad
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Old 09-14-2011, 11:32 PM   #27
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Banana
Nectarine, whey protein powder
Pepperoni, shredded cabbage drizzled w EVOO
Salmon, shredded cabbage, EVOO, 1T coucous, 1T quinoa...
Greek style yogurt, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries

I love the shredded cabbage it comes in bags and is the easiest way for me to get my veggies in...
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Howdy ladies - I'd love to join your thread. I'm a big reader of Robb Wolf & Mark Sisson's blogs - been slowly migrating back towards paleo in the past few weeks. I'm nursing a 10 week old so trying not to disrupt my supply too drastically. I do eat some dairy - mostly butter and about once a week I have a latte - hasn't seemed to hinder my progress at all nor cause me any intestinal discomfort. Here's the 'menu' for today:

2 butter fried eggs, 2 all nat./gluten free sausage patties
nuts
pork loin w/ mushroom & bacon gravy
green beans

little light on the veg today but I'm feeling lazy and just making leftovers for dinner!
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Old 09-15-2011, 02:18 PM   #29
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Today so far:

Banana
Greek style fat free yogurt with mixed berries
Greek salad with chicken
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Today so far:

Banana, ground flax
Greek style fat free yogurt with mixed berries
Greek salad with chicken
Salmon, avocado, shredded cabbage, coconut oil....

I feel really good today, physically and mentally... My run today was awesome, food was perfect, and tonight going to the gym It's all good
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