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Old 02-09-2006, 11:13 AM   #1
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Today is the 9th right? Oh my I only have 6 days left till I ship the tradeshow!!!!!!!

B-All bran(no time for anything more)
s-did not get it (no time)
L-soup chicken noddle (heathly request by campbells)
s-snack bar(if I have the time...lol)
D-griled chicken sand.(from Mikky D's its my son's b-day big number 7)

workout- 25 mins of weights,jump rope will try for 10mins, bun workout 15mins
60 crunches....

I am so ready to go homeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:40 AM   #2
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Oh Leigh! Here we are! Good morning!

24 pounds Leigh! Is Aug 12 a special occasion?

This head cold is kinda screwin' up my nearly perfect days this week. I'm tired and tired of it, ya know? I feel whiny and petulant. Argh, I don't tolerate that very well in other people.

I seem to have fairly comfortably settled into the 1500 calorie range and my weight's OK so ... ... I guess it's my percentages that are most troublesome the last few days.

So for my food day to be 'nearly perfect' I'll shoot for over 30% protein, over 30% carbs and 20% or less of fats.
I should row too.
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:41 AM   #3
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Breakfast: bagel with jelly; fruit cup
No morning snack
Lunch: mexican food joint with old co-worker. I plan to have soft chicken tacos and yes I am having some chips and salsa!
No afternoon snack
Dinner: tough one here. its school night for me and I didnt put anything in book bag for tonight. Therefore I will probably get a turkey on rye from the deli downstairs to take with me for dinner, along with some baked bbq lays.

no working out today. rest day for me.
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:53 AM   #4
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okay

B- 2 fried eggs and 2 peices turkey bacon and 2 ounces oj
l- lean crusine southwest chicken panini sandwich, apple
(walk for 30 minutes/ 1.5 miles, plus try to use some of that as jogging time.)

snack- bannana

d- grilled chicken breast and a serving of green beans
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:39 PM   #5
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I just finished updating my fitday for today and I am not doing nearly as well as I thought!

B--Quaker weight control oatmeal
S--two whole wheat toast w/1 tbs reduced calorie margarine
L--1 packet easy mac and 8 baby carrots
S--string cheese and Dannon light'n fit smoothie
1000 calories already!
gotta be real careful tonight
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:42 PM   #6
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Aug 12th is my b-day.

And I am still ready to go homeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:56 PM   #7
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Ick for me, I'm sick. Didn't feel like eating breakfast.

B: Slimfast Optima (lower sugar type) chocolate flavored in 10 oz. skim milk.

L: Boneless/skinless chicken breast meat sauteed with shredded carrot, fresh baby spinach and spices wrapped up in cooked cabbage leaves and baked (sort of my own concoction) with mashed cauliflower on the side.

S: Nothing, I slept.

D: Don't know yet. I need some comfort food. Maybe I'll have some soup.

I've got my son's sickies - headache, sore neck, sore throat, swollen-tender glands, stuffy head, all that fun stuff. So I haven't had much of an appetite, but I've done okay so far, I got a decent meal at lunchtime.
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Old 02-09-2006, 04:00 PM   #8
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I'm a bit late to this thread today.

Breakfast - bowl of special k w/raspberries and 1% milk, coffee

Snack - 2 rye crispbreads w/cottage cheese

Lunch - turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomato, avocado, light mayo on whole grain bread, orange

Snack - 1/2 wholewheat bagel w/peanut butter and a banana

Dinner - spag-bol made with whole wheat pasta and lean beef

Water - 2 liters

Exercise - 30 mins cardio, 45 mins circuit training w/weights

Lots of carbs today, should be ok though as I will need the energy to get me round the gym tonight. I am so tired today.

So far so good, gone to plan.
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Old 02-09-2006, 04:44 PM   #9
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Here we go ladies...

B: 1 slice sprouted bread w/1 piece laughing cow light cheese, 1 med orange
S: 6oz low cal/low carb yogurt
L: 9oz lean cuisine Chicken and spinach
S: 1-2oz dry roasted peanuts
D: tuna and vegies
S: sugar free jello snack

Workout: I am teaching a yoga class here at work tonight.
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Old 02-09-2006, 06:14 PM   #10
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I am running out of fruits and veggies

Today I had cottage cheese for breakfast
a "burrito" without the tortilla for lunch (beans, salsa, sour cream)
and now I need to find something for snack and dinner.

Eta: Okay I had a big salad for snack.
Dinner will be spinach and salmon warmed up in some olive oil with garlic. And then I'll pour some tomato sauce over it. I might mix a packet of "Sweet One" into the sauce, so it tastes more like spegetti sauce.
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Girls, girls! my fella's had chili for supper so this is what I had instead. I took one tsp of olive oil and garlic and warmed it in a nonstick saucepan. Thawed a whole package of spinach and sauteed it in that and then put a piece of salmon on top to steam. It was magnificent!
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Old 02-09-2006, 09:27 PM   #12
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LOL, you mean like what I mentioned above? Tonight I realized I was out of spinach, so I used broccoli. The pan was drying up so I threw in some low sodium soy sauce. In my bowl I added tomato sauce. It was pretty good, and three superfoods! Can't beat that.

I also had three potstickers, from my kid's dinner. They also got stuffing, and my mouth was watering for it. It looked so good. And now that I've used up all my calories, I'm still hungry. But I was so sedentary today. So I really can't cheat.
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Old 02-09-2006, 10:08 PM   #13
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Well, I foiled my fat % attempt but at least my calories were good. What's a pot sticker?
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Japanese dumpling. They have bags in the frozen section at Costco, chicken and veg. I microwave them, than brown them a little in sesame oil on the stove. (my portion was pre-oil, lol)
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