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Old 01-09-2007, 06:01 AM   #1
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I have overeaten the past 2 days, and I know why--I'm getting sick While some eat less when sick, I eat more because it helps to soothe my sore throat (which feels only about as wide as a straw this morrning). I'm also feeling tired and lazy (from being sick), so I didn't cook dinner last night and went out instead. And even after dinner (which did include dessert), I came home and ate some of Jeff's full-fat, full-sugar, full-everything ice cream. My weight doesn't seem to be very affected (I'm actually down 1/2 pound from yesterday morning somehow), but I need to get it under control no matter how much my throat hurts!

And so, here is my plan for today:
  • smoothie (drinking it now--feels so gooooooood on my throat)
  • lunch is a Secret Shop assignment out at a restaurant, so I'll see if they have some kind of broth-based soup. If not, I'll order the pork chop (Jeff's favorite from that restaurant) and eat the mashed redskin potatoes that come with it and bring the pork chop home for Jeff for dinner
  • as needed throughout the day: 50-calorie all-natural apple sauce cups (with 100% DV Vitamin C each), 10-calorie sugar-free Jell-o cups (I made 3 flavors last night), fat-free yogurt, and 100-calories-per-cup creamy red pepper and tomato soup
  • I have chicken thawed for dinner tonight (since I didn't cook it last night), but if I bring home a pork chop for Jeff, then I'll probably just have more soup or maybe another smoothie
So yeah, I don't know how many calories I will have total (and probably not a heck of a lot of protein, either, but I also didn't exercise this morning--I think Vitamin C is more important to my body than protein right now), but I feel I have a much safer plan in place for success than the past couple days where I've just eaten anything I could get my hands on for the sake of soothing my throat.
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Old 01-09-2007, 06:07 AM   #2
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:21 AM   #3
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B- 40 cal tortilla w/ 2 egg whites, slice ff cheese & 2 tbsp salsa
S-apple or orange
L-big salad w/ ff italian dressing & can of tuna w/ 1tsp light mayo
S- ff pudding
D- grilled chicken (or haddock havent decided), rice, cooked mixed veggies and a bowl of salad
S-100 cal minibag of popcorn & maybe some sugar free jello
water- hoping for at least 3 L maybe 3.5
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:28 AM   #4
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Almost cleaned out my pb jar this morning. I don't think I can handle having PB in the house, so after this jar, no more. I haven't exercised this week either. Yay me.

B - 1 slice 9 grain bread
4 tbsps PB (sigh)
1 cup skim milk

L - 1/2 cup brown rice + 1/2 cup roasted veggies
1 cup ff yogie + 1/2 cup raisins (YUM - this is my new favorite snack, now if only I could make myself eat it when I come home in the evenings instead of bingeing on PB)

D - hm. Stirfry with brown rice? Maybe.
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:39 AM   #5
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Almost cleaned out my pb jar this morning. I don't think I can handle having PB in the house, so after this jar, no more.
That's how I was, too--I could literally sit and eat half a jar of reduced-fat Skippy right out of the jar (I like the reduced-fat because it's not as sticky). And so, no more reduced-fat peanut butter in my house! I now only buy all-natural peanut butter (ONLY ingredient is peanuts, so no sodium or anything, either), and I like it on sandwiches and in recipes, but I don't like it plain, so I don't eat it out of the jar like the commercial crap.
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:44 AM   #6
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B-raisin bran with skim milk
S-banana
L-tortilla wrap with cream cheese, sauted onions and peppers, mixed greens, tomato and turkey
S-apple
D-veggie lasagna
E-did 4 mile walk this am.
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:04 AM   #7
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b - milk and banana smoothie, turkey wrap (with lots and lots of spinach!)
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l - chicken breast w/ sauteed mushrooms, rice, grapes
8 pts.

s - ww cake
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d - pasta w/ meat sauce, zucchini
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dessert - 1/2 c rainbow sherbert
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:43 AM   #8
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Jill, hope you feel better soon. Yes, you had that ice cream, but that's the reality of life. As you already know, sometimes we get tempted and that's OK. As long as we keep it to a moderate portion and we get back OP ASAP then I say absolutely no harm done (though you may be 6 hours behind in reaching your ultimate goal ).

Yesterday I did OK (1741 calories: that's good for me!) as it was monday and I was back to work.

TODAY

whole wheat bagel w/ butter
Cosi hummus & veggie sandwich
Kashi oatmeal raisin & spice
Yoplait FF yogurt w/ walnuts
Small steak w/ 1/2 cup rice & 3/4 can green beans
Yoplait FF yogurt w/ walnuts
1 cup FF milk in my tea

TOTAL: 1584 cal

Exercise: 30 min elliptical, 30 min weights
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:44 AM   #9
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Lunch - bean curry, 1/4 cup brown rice, raita, 2 kiwi fruit

Snack - pear, banana

Dinner - spicy peanut chicken, 1/4 cup brown rice, broccoli

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Old 01-09-2007, 09:52 AM   #10
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(though you may be 6 hours behind in reaching your ultimate goal )
heh, that's a cute way of looking at it What makes me feel actually really good about having had the ice cream and other over-the-top junk is that I so quickly realized WHY I was doing it and have planned and prepared myself to deal with the cause (sore throat) in a healthier way (with the many helathier snacks I have prepared and easy to grab whenever I feel the need).
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Old 01-09-2007, 12:21 PM   #11
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Ooops, I forgot to add my sandwich in fitday so my plan ended up being over 2000 calories; I've just added the sandwich (switched to a Cosi pot roast sandwich at 510 calories) and removed the walnuts from the yogurt for a new total of 1860. Whenever I have that big bagel for breakfast I get into trouble, but I was just sick of cereal for breakfast this morning and no time to get anything else. I'll try to do without one of my yogurt snacks, but knowing me I'll be starving and will need it.
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Old 01-09-2007, 12:35 PM   #12
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Breakfast: 1 cup kashi golean, 1 cup light vanilla soy milk, .5 c strawberries
Lunch: flat out wrap with chicken romaine and a little dressing, sweet potato
Snack: almonds, string cheese
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B~1/2 egg whites scrambled, 1 grapefruit
S~fage yogurt (fat free, plain) with 1/2 a frozen banana mashed in
L~salad of greens, 1/2 c chicken, 1T feta, 1/2 T pecans, 1/2T dried cranberries with raspberry dressing
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Old 01-09-2007, 02:17 PM   #14
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b- protien juice; two mini begals with smoked salmon cream cheese
S- orange and coffee
L- slim fast with skim milk; celery with cheez whiz and cucumber
S- fruit souce bar and yogurt
D- left over chicken and prob have some veggeies - maybe make a sandwitch out of it... dunno
E- did 75 min this am
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