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Old 03-29-2014, 08:47 AM   #16
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Hey Ruth Ann: Now that I'm on maintenance and they tell you you can eat whatever mix of fat/carb you want for breaky, I'm doing pizza for breakfast once in a while- lower fat meat choices and extra veg of course - but it's all allowed AND still it's not even for my weekly Funday!!
Glad you're doing well on maintenance! My mom used to give us stew for breakfast sometimes - it was good and filling and, of course, I didn't realize at the time that we were probably out of cereal and waiting for the next payday!

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Im curious.. i've read a lot of the posts and a lot of people have a restricted as their after dinner snack. I was told to have restricted for lunch or breakfast because we shouldn't have something high carb before bed. Was anyone else told this?
My understanding is it doesn't really matter when you have your restricted unless eating it late causes you problems at night sleeping (some people don't sleep well on a full stomach). It's really what works for you.

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B: Orange wafers & coffee
L: 2 cups zucchini & cucumbers & S&V chips
D: 6 oz chicken w/2 cups cauliflower, mushrooms & celery stir fried
S: Lemon pudding
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B: PD pancake, WF syrup, coffee
L: EAS chocolate fudge shake
D: 8oz filet mignon, 2c veggies, spring mix salad, WF dressing (at a wedding!)
S: Quest cookie dough bar
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Switching yesterday's and today's menu!!


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Friday - 3/28 (revised!)

B - Pure Protein chocolate drink/coffee
L - salad and 2 c cucumbers
Sn - Pure Protein pb bar
D - 8 oz roasted shrimp, 2 c roasted asparagus, oil
Sn - Pure Protein chocolate drink warmed



Saturday - 3/29

B - Pure Protein chocolate drink/coffee
L - salad and 2 c cucumbers
Sn - Pure Protein pb bar
D - Big Mac in a Bowl, 2 c sauteed mushrooms, oil
Sn - Pure Protein chocolate drink warmed
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B: Quest Strawberry Cheesecake bar, cup of tea (no cream or sugar)
L: Protidiet Cheese and Bacon Omelette, 1 c green peppers, romaine lettuce, 1c cucumber, 1tbsp EVOO, vingear
S: Chocolate Shake
D: 8oz ground beef, 2 c bell peppers, 1tbsp WF salsa, 1tbsp Franks Red Hot, romaine lettuce
S: Protidiet Hot Chocolate

*Because of my weight, I am on 4 packets a day
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Only on day 4, so figuring out my likes/dislikes.
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Breakfast:Raspberry bar
~ tried crispy cereal- couldn't do it! On to option 2 tried vanilla pudding as a shake- couldn't. Stopped by my clinic and bought more choc drink.

Lunch: IP choc drink and salad with good seasons dressing.
Salad:1 cup spring mix, 1 cup combo of onion, celery and kale. 1 1/2 tbs good seasons dressing (made with white vinegar, low sodium soy sauce and grape seed oil) <- hoping the good seasons is IP friendly, read that it was.

Dinner plan: gonna try cauliflower rice in my blendtec with 8 oz chicken and some green onions and soy sauce.

Snack plan: IP choc drink

Love reading what everyone is having, great ideas!

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Old 03-29-2014, 02:47 PM   #21
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The BBQ chips for breakfast made me laugh kaylynt! I thought I was decadent having pudding for breakfast at first. Then they came out with the unrestricted chips which I love and I'll admit to switching my lunch & breakfast on occasion and having chips for breakfast! Whatever works, right?
Ya, it was a little crazy. Didn't effect my ketosis though so I did it again this morning. Checked the carbs on my food today, and most are the higher choices. I guess I'll have to go back to the shakes for breakfast, just worries me too much that all my choices are so high.

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B: BBQ crisps
L: chicken flavoured patties + sautéed mushrooms + salad
S: lemon wafers
D: leftover extra lean ground beef and chicken with broccoli and mushrooms + salad
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Yesterday, since I have no idea what today's menu will look like:
BF: 1 HB egg
Mesa Sunrise G-free Cereal
1 med banana
1c Unswt Vanilla Almond Milk
(bf total - 349 cal, 51g carb, 11g fat, 12g protein)

L: Wendy's Full Size Asian Cashew Chicken Salad with Spicy Asian Dressing (only 380 cal, 33g carb, 13g fat, 36g protein AND SERIOUSLY YUMMY!)

D: Baked Basa Fillet dipped in egg white and crushed Mesa Sunrise cereal with Epicure Adobo spice mix
Shirataki noodles topped with stirfried cauliflower and Classico Red Wine & Herb pasta sauce
Greek Salad made from tomatoes, green onion, red & yellow peppers, and cuke with a largish serving of light feta and Kraft Calorie Wise Greek Dressing
1/2 a small avocado
(dinner total - 593 calories, 41g carbs, 37g fats, 31g protein)

Still maintaining YAAAAY! Even eating all this good stuff!!
Hang in there girls, your time will come, too!
Posting on here to let you know, it does work and it IS FOR LIFE!

Liana
Wow, inspiring. I just had a conversation with my fiancé about maintaining is the hardest for me. I hope I do as well as you, since my goal weight is closer to yours.
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P1 - All IP

B: Cappuchino drink & coffee
L: 2 c spinach, broccoli & cheese soup
D: 8 oz beef tenderloin steak, 2 c bean sprouts, red pepper, mushrooms
S: White cheddar crisps
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B~Crispy cereal pancake
L~Salad with cucumber and orange pepper, evoo and ac vinegar
S~Strawberry cheesecake quest bar
D~Hamburger and mashed cauliflower
S~Mocha pudding
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B= Crispy Cereal Pancake
L = salad with mixed cauliflower, broccoli and other raw veggies, 1 bar
D = 4oz sliced turkey with roasted poblano pepper & asparagus
S= lemon pudding
S2=lean roast beef (2 deli slices)---I am on day 2 of a reboot and was starving!
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Only on day 4, so figuring out my likes/dislikes.
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Breakfast:Raspberry bar
~ tried crispy cereal- couldn't do it! On to option 2 tried vanilla pudding as a shake- couldn't. Stopped by my clinic and bought more choc drink.
Jillybee- try adding really ice cold water to the cereal, it helps some. But even better is to turn it into a pancake! Look in the recipe threads and you'll find it - absolutely yummy and unrestricted. You'll figure out what you like and don't like and after awhile some of the things you didn't like you will find you like - funny how our taste buds change. I hated the lemon pudding to start, but tried it again and added a few drops of lemon juice to the water and now it's one of my favorites.
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Ya, it was a little crazy. Didn't effect my ketosis though so I did it again this morning. Checked the carbs on my food today, and most are the higher choices. I guess I'll have to go back to the shakes for breakfast, just worries me too much that all my choices are so high.
At least to start with, I wouldn't worry about what the carb count is (track it if you want, I do but I like playing with numbers). Just follow the sheet and you'll be fine - no need to track anything. If you find you aren't losing you can always change it up some.

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B: coffee and lemon wafers (because I'm too lazy to cook this morning)
L: 2 cups cauliflower and potato puree
D: 6 oz ground beef w/2 cups cabbage & mushrooms & liquid aminios
S: Strawberry pudding made into a shake
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Glad you're doing well on maintenance! My mom used to give us stew for breakfast sometimes - it was good and filling and, of course, I didn't realize at the time that we were probably out of cereal and waiting for the next payday!



My understanding is it doesn't really matter when you have your restricted unless eating it late causes you problems at night sleeping (some people don't sleep well on a full stomach). It's really what works for you.

P1:

B: Orange wafers & coffee
L: 2 cups zucchini & cucumbers & S&V chips
D: 6 oz chicken w/2 cups cauliflower, mushrooms & celery stir fried
S: Lemon pudding
I've also been eating my restricted's at night (as that's when I get the munchies ) and that really works for me.

Breakfast = Vanilla Pudding with a pinch of Cinnamon
Snack= Chocolate Shake
Lunch = Chicken a La King with pepper and garlic poured over 2 cups Cooked Broccoli
Supper= Chicken Stirfry with IP Approved 2cups of veggies and 2TBSP Wf Ginger dressing ( YUMMO )
Snack = Caramel Nut Bar
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At least to start with, I wouldn't worry about what the carb count is (track it if you want, I do but I like playing with numbers). Just follow the sheet and you'll be fine - no need to track anything. If you find you aren't losing you can always change it up some.

P1:

B: coffee and lemon wafers (because I'm too lazy to cook this morning)
L: 2 cups cauliflower and potato puree
D: 6 oz ground beef w/2 cups cabbage & mushrooms & liquid aminios
S: Strawberry pudding made into a shake

Alright. I've been told I worry too much


Looked up a ton of recipes yesterday, cause I bought the potato puree and chicken flavoured patty's yesterday, and I don't want to just have the same veggies the same way all the time. I love how this diet teaches you how to get creative with your veggies.

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B: potato puree (made into puffs)
L: Cauliflower "popcorn" + salad + cran-pom shake
D: 4 eggs poached (wish I could have turkey bacon with it) + salad with bell peppers and celery
B: Bar (Milk Chocolate)
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Alright. I've been told I worry too much


Looked up a ton of recipes yesterday, cause I bought the potato puree and chicken flavoured patty's yesterday, and I don't want to just have the same veggies the same way all the time. I love how this diet teaches you how to get creative with your veggies.

P1

B: potato puree (made into puffs)
L: Cauliflower "popcorn" + salad + cran-pom shake
D: 4 eggs poached (wish I could have turkey bacon with it) + salad with bell peppers and celery
B: Bar (Milk Chocolate)
I'm with you on the veggies - I'm in love with turnips and cabbage! I like to cube the turnips and brown them (think home fries) and scramble them with eggs. So filling!

Just so you know, the 4 eggs doesn't get you up to your 8 oz of protein. The P1 sheet lists 4 eggs & 2 egg whites. If you used egg whites in your potato puffs you probably got enough protein but if not you can always just hard boil a couple of eggs and just eat the whites (I feed the yolks to my cat).

You're doing great!
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