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Old 06-19-2011, 07:57 AM   #1
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Default Phase 1 OP Thread - week two, starting 6/19

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B: lf string cheese
S: chia pudding
then went completely off plan for the rest of the day.

exercise: 45 minute walk
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:16 AM   #2
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It's only day 3 of my restart. I'm going strong, but having a super hungry day.
B: 3 cups coffee, 5 cashews, and just 2 bites of the waffles I made my husband for father's day (had to make sure they were good)
S: 3 turkey slices rolled with cukes; veggie soup
L: 2 chicken patties with tomatoes
D: grilled chicken over salad
S: 1 piece of LF/SF cheesecake
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:56 AM   #3
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Thanks for starting us off this week. This is the most time I've spent on P1 in a loooooooooong time! Starting to get back into the groove, though

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1&2 (Brunch): scrambled eggs w/ onions, bell peppers, broccoli and sirloin steak; coffee
3: kale salad (http://ohsheglows.com/2011/06/17/wee...low-kale-salad)
4: grilling at FIL's house - grilled protein and salad

exercise: swimming and running around with my kids - active rest day.
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Old 06-19-2011, 04:17 PM   #4
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It's been a looooong time since I was on Phase 1, period, and this weekend has been a real challenge. I'm hanging in there and staying strong, but it's HARD when everyone is running around here munching on fruit salad and ice cream, and there's Dutch Apple Streusel Cheesecake for dessert tonight. *sigh*

B. scrambled egg w/cheese and a flax muffin
S. greek yogurt w/chia and sf peppermint patty syrup
L. leftover crack slaw
S. nothing
D. veggie lentil patty, cucumber salad, grilled veggies
S. a heaping spoon of 2 tablespoons of peanutbutter that I'm going to eat s-l-o-w-l-y while everyone else enjoys their cheesecake
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Old 06-19-2011, 04:25 PM   #5
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Ohh, have you shared your lentil patty recipe yet? That sounds yummy
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Yesterday was a crazy day and I ended up not being able to have dinner until 11PM. And then we had no sbd friendly food left for a proper meal. So I winged it with jicama strips, cheese and cashews. I went out for my friend's birthday and did pretty good for lunch. It was tapas restaurant so I ordered chicken skewers with butter lettuce and the portions were so tiny. I was starved. So I got a bowl of chicken tortilla soup no tortillas. I totally forgot about the corn but I figure in the grand scheme of things it could have been much worse. I enjoyed the glass of wine no guilt. At the roller derby they gave out free chips and I'm proud for not touching them. A little milestone for me because I love chips.

Now for today:

B: Cheddar Omelet with sauteed mushrooms and onions
S: Pistachios
L: 1 cup cottage cheese and veggies
S: 1/2 cup roasted chickpeas and veggies
D: We are going out for Father's day but my plan is to have rotisserie chicken, no bbq sauce, with roasted veggies and green beans.

I'm hoping to stay strong this week but I am getting sick of veggies, dairy and meat. I just want to eat a carton of berries.
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Cyndi, the veggie lentil patties are something I picked up at a local wholefoods store here. They are made by the store, Kimberton Whole Foods, and the label says they are made with tofu, green lentils, spinach, tomatoes, and carrots. I figured the amount of carrots in one patty wouldn't be enough to affect Phase 1.
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Monday - I'm experimenting with four smallermeals rather than 3 big ones/2 snacks. TOM is imminent, so I'm not weighing until the day after.

B: chia pudding, hb egg
L: nf greek yogurt, 15 almonds, cucumber
L2: eggplant, zuccini, feta and chicken salad
S: lf string cheese, olives, off plan popcorn (but not much)
D: steak and salad

ETA: my experiment obviously didn't work. I clearly need something between lunch and dinner to keep me going.
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P1D7! Only 7 more days to go! I can do this.

B. vegetarian egg casserole
S. greek yogurt w/chia and sf vanilla syrup
L. veggie packed salad w/avocado, feta and roasted chickpeas
S. pepper strips w/hummus
D. vegetarian taco bake on romaine
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*#$Y&##$ stressed today. My car has relatively low miles - 62k and is on the verge of needing a new engine because of a pretty major defect with the turbo and the timing chain.....does mazda fess up and recall? of course not. am I still under power train warranty? of course not. DH and I are talking to the dealer today, and if they aren't willing to budge on fixing the issue, we're going car shopping. I was *just* getting used to not having a car payment. blah. My stomach is in knots and I'm really not feeling like eating.

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1: strawberry cheesecake smoothie w/ spinach
2: leftover kale salad from yesterday's lunch
3: who knows
4: roasted chicken, salad

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Ouch! Sorry about the car. That is horrible at such low milage. I've had cars above 150k miles and never had to fix an engine. The dealership should definitely take responsibility!!!

Ok, day 4 on P1 restart
B: coffee; 5 cashews; 2 egg whites
L: black bean soup
D: grilled chicken over salad with homemade tzatziki sauce (which was absolutely amazing)
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Day 1 P1 restart

Question: How much hummus is allowed on P1? It's made with a legume, but I think it has more oil in it through processing. Maybe 1/4 cup? Maybe a couple tablespoons?

B--coffee with almond milk. Broccoli with hummus. Lemon ricotta souffle (recipe from SBD P1 menu.)

S--Cucumber and 1 oz low fat Gouda. Sobe lifewater, o cal Sugar free.

L--Beef and veggie kabob. Steamed broccoli.

S--plain yogurt w/ cinnamon and stevia.

D--Chicken breast stir fry with mixed veg.

Exercise: 30 minute elliptical (with high intensity interval)--should be equal to around three, ten minute, miles.
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Stopfat, a serving of hummus is 1/4 cup.
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Ok. I've stuck to phase one for a few days now ( mostly ). I'm going to try to log here this week

B: two fried eggs, 1.5 breakfast sausages, 1.5 slices of brown toast and a few bites of home fries. I felt like crap after I ate this. Stupid work breakfast meetings.
L: string cheese
D: kale salad and chicken breast
S: Greek yogurt and chia seeds
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I weighed myself today after 1 week on P1 and I lost anywhere between 4 and 4.5lbs. My scale isn't very consistent. It gives different totals in a matter of minutes. Anyways, I'm happy with the loss because I know it's real and not all water weight. If I can consistently lose 2lbs a week I should be at my goal by mid October. The trick is that I'm going away for 3 weeks in July so that will be a killer.

B: Omelet with mushrooms, onion, red pepper and cheddar
S: String Cheese
L: Chickpea Salad with Yogurt Parmesan Dressing
S: Pistachios
D: Cheeseburger in lettuce leaf and Asparagus

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