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Old 02-02-2006, 11:30 AM   #1
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Happy February, Chickies! Use this space to record your LAWL Food Journals.


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Old 02-02-2006, 04:17 PM   #2
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PURPLE w/Lites - PP, SS, VVVV, FFF, D, LL, Fat

Breakfast - F 1/2F
1.5 Apples, sliced

Mid A.M. - L
CCA Lite

Lunch - P, VVVV, S, Fa
Spinach Salad w/
Grilled Chicken
1/2 Roll
Dressing

Mid P.M. - L
Lite

Dinner - P
Cheese Pizza CC

Dessert - 1.5 F, Cond
1 C Blueberries w/
FF Cool Whip

MISSED - 1S, 1D

80+ oz down...
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:39 PM   #3
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I'm having a hard time getting all my veggies in everyday. I am on purple and it says to have 4 a day. I prefer raw veggies but I love cooked green beans!!! Any suggestions?
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Old 02-03-2006, 09:08 AM   #4
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I know LAWL says no canned veggies but i use the no salt green beans. My grandma is on a low salt diet and she hates frozen and the fresh green beans. So the dietician told her to take a can of the no/low salt canned green beans rinse them in water really really good then put them in a pan and cover with water and cook till water is gone. It has never effected her or me with water weight gain. I usually add chopped/sliced onion and pepper to mine before I cook it down. I sometimes do this with canned carrots too. I add a little brown sugar, butter and some water to them and cook them down. Hope this helps you 30lbsby22.
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Old 02-03-2006, 02:22 PM   #5
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Gold w/Lites - PP, SS, VVV, FFF, D, LL, Fat

Breakfast - D
Yogurt

Mid A.M. - F
Apple

Lunch - P, VV, S, F
Salad with Tuna
Light Ranch - Cond
5 Kashi crackers
Fruit

Mid P.M. (planned)- L
Luna

Dinner - P,S,V,Fa
Rotisserie Chicken
Rice - w/ butter
Salad

PM Snack (planned)- L
Luna

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Old 02-03-2006, 02:26 PM   #6
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see here is the COD difference thing. i always eat the no salt added green beans and my COD said it was fine. I eat them at least 2 times a week and since 1 cup is 2 veggies, it works great for me.

I do not recall ever noticing a gain after eating them either. I record my weight each day so I will check my journals to be sure, but when i have a gain I look to see why so I don't belive that it has happened.

also 30lbs, when i am in a crunhc for veggies...1/2 cucumber w/ vinger or morton lite salt or fat free catalina dressing or fat free italian....2 veggies (and i can eat a whole one with no problem)
also 1 celery stick=1 veggie
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Old 02-05-2006, 12:11 PM   #7
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Gold w/Lites - PP, SS, VVV, FFF, D, LL, Fat
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Breakfast - DF
Yogurt
Asian Pear

Mid A.M. - L
Luna

Lunch - P,V, S, F,Fa
Chargrilled Chix Wrap
Light Mayo
Fruit

Mid P.M.- L
Luna

Dinner - P,S,VV
MCD Cali Cobb Salad / grill chix
few croutons


PM Snack - F
Apple and grapes
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Old 02-05-2006, 12:16 PM   #8
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Gold w/Lites - PP, SS, VVV, FFF, D, LL, Fat

Sunday

Breakfast - PSF 1/2D
Egg Pita Pocket w/ LC cheese
Apple

Lunch - VVF 1/2D
Mixed greens w/LF cheese
Luna
Asian Pear

Dinner - PV 1/2D
Beef Steak pinwheel wrapped w/
spinach, peppers and swiss cheese

P.M. Snack - F
Apple

extra 1/2 D -= missed - Luna

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Old 02-06-2006, 09:54 AM   #9
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Gold w/Lites - PP, SS, VVV, FFF, D, LL, Fat

Monday

Breakfast - D 1/2 S FF
Yogurt w/ Kashi Go Crunch
Banana

A.M. Snack (planned)- L
Luna

Lunch - PVVFaC
6oz Tyson Chicken
Spinach Salad w/ nuts
w/ Lt Honey Must

P.M. Snack(planned) - F
Apple

Dinner -(planned) PSV
Salmon
Asparagus
Rice

P.M. Snack(planned) - L
Luna

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Old 02-06-2006, 12:28 PM   #10
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... when i am in a crunhc for veggies...1/2 cucumber w/ vinger or morton lite salt or fat free catalina dressing or fat free italian....2 veggies (and i can eat a whole one with no problem)
also 1 celery stick=1 veggie
Is it true that celery is high in sodium? My center tells me to not eat too much, and I LOVE celery, because it's high in sodium.
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this is what i found for celery...so it does have sodium, but i wouldn't say it was alot

Calories 2 ( Kilojoules 10 ) % Daily
Value*Total Fat0 g0% Saturated Fat0 g0%Cholesterol0 mg0%Sodium14 mg1%Total Carbohydrates0.5 g0% Dietary Fiber0.3 g1% Sugars0.3 g Protein0.1 g Calcium6.8 mg Potassium44.2 mg Note: A dash indicates no data is available


because this is what is in 6 oz of chicken breast and no one ever says to stay away from it

Calories 187 ( Kilojoules 783 ) % Daily
Value*Total Fat2.1 g3% Saturated Fat0.6 g3%Cholesterol99 mg33%Sodium111 mg5%Total Carbohydrates0 g0% Dietary Fiber0 g0% Sugars0 g Protein39.3 g Calcium18.7 mg Potassium434.5 mg Note: A dash indicates no data is available.
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Old 02-06-2006, 04:01 PM   #12
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this is what i found for celery...so it does have sodium, but i wouldn't say it was alot

Calories 2 ( Kilojoules 10 ) % Daily
Value*Total Fat0 g0% Saturated Fat0 g0%Cholesterol0 mg0%Sodium14 mg1%Total Carbohydrates0.5 g0% Dietary Fiber0.3 g1% Sugars0.3 g Protein0.1 g Calcium6.8 mg Potassium44.2 mg Note: A dash indicates no data is available


because this is what is in 6 oz of chicken breast and no one ever says to stay away from it

Calories 187 ( Kilojoules 783 ) % Daily
Value*Total Fat2.1 g3% Saturated Fat0.6 g3%Cholesterol99 mg33%Sodium111 mg5%Total Carbohydrates0 g0% Dietary Fiber0 g0% Sugars0 g Protein39.3 g Calcium18.7 mg Potassium434.5 mg Note: A dash indicates no data is available.

Thanks, I think I'm going to disregard the "High Sodium" pitch and eat my celery. For me its an easy way to get in that extra veggie.
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Old 02-06-2006, 05:11 PM   #13
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Celery with light Laughing Cow cheese? Couldn't live without it!!
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I only get to eat one meal at home today, but i have made a plan and I am determined to stick to it.

Gold w/lites PPSSVVVFFF fat dairy lite lite

Breakfast
grilled cheese- SSD
8oz apple juice- FF

Snack (planned)
Lite

Lunch (planned)
1 slice pizza- P (CC)

Snack (planned)
1/4 cucumber-V
15 grapes- F

Dinner (planned)
salad with grilled chicken from somewhere- VVPFat

Snack (planned)
Lite

water goal= 80 oz
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Old 02-07-2006, 09:40 AM   #15
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I tried something last night that worked really well (for me).

I added 2 Tbsp salsa to 2 cups frozen green beans. It made them very tolerable! Since I had not used my condiments for the day, it was not an issue at all. I'm so relieved, because I, too, cannot stand the taste of frozen green beans. But this made them somewhat interesting.
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