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Old 02-16-2006, 09:12 AM   #1
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Default February 16th - plan for a nearly perfect day

I'm feeling a little today (sorry), so I don't really feel like eating breakfast. (Nothing serious, just that totm. I should be fine tomorrow.) I will try to drink some green tea later and maybe eat a graham wafer.

Lunch - Tuna sandwich?
Dinner - Pea soup with leftover ham.

Snacks - if I feel like it, some fruit, cheese or almonds.
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Old 02-16-2006, 09:34 AM   #2
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I started off my day great, ran for 3 miles at the gym before work. When I had finished I was starving and needed coffee so I went to starbucks to get a ff latte, I also ordered a reduced fat blueberry coffee cake. Well I shouldn't have done that. I just checked the nutrients on the cake and it was 360 cals. Including coffee I ate 630 cals this morning which I feel has completely negated my run, which I was so proud of.

I am going to have to find something else other than instant oatmeal to eat at work for breakfast when I work out on a morning. I feel so disappointed in myself right now.

Why do I make these stupid choices?

Breakfast - bleah
Lunch - leftover salmon w/long grain and wild rice
Snack - orange
Dinner - venison, sweet potato fries, cabbage

Water - 2 liters

Exercise - ran 3 miles at gym.
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Old 02-16-2006, 09:48 AM   #3
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Lynne, that run is great! It's increasing your metabolism, building muscle and making it easier for you to exercise another day. As for the breakfast, it's a learning experience.
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Ok I'm gonna try.
I've had my shake.
Lunch-Tuna and veggies
Snack- I dunno
Supper-fish of some sort, vegetables
Later-cottage cheese, yogurt and fruit.
Cardio (boy seems like I've heard me promise to do that before)
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Old 02-16-2006, 10:49 AM   #5
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Well, I've been eating like a COW for the past few days so...

Breakfast : Whole wheat bagel, 1 egg, slice of baby swiss and two slices of ham (or not, I don't know if I have any).

Snack 1 : Organic blueberry yogurt

Lunch : Salad - lettuce, spinach, cucumber, grated carrots, 4oz grilled chicken breast w/ lemon-pepper seasoning; cup of strawberries w/ 1tbsp powdered sugar; orange; 1/2 cup of whole wheat pasta

Snack 2 : 1 shredded wheat biscuit and half a cup of rice milk

Snack 3 () : Grapefruit

Dinner : 1 cup organic whole wheat rotini w/ cheddar cheese and grated parmesan, steamed broccoli and carrots, grilled shrimp w/ lemon pepper seasoning.

Dessert : 1 homemade sugar cookie with white chocolate icing.

Calorie Count : 1700-1800
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Old 02-16-2006, 10:58 AM   #6
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SusyB i am right there with ya. I am in such a food funk! and worse i pulled a groin on my run yesterday and its just getting worse by the hour.

i had an english muffin with scrambled egg for breakfast
eating grapes right now
lunch is at california pizza kitchen...but i can still do ok there.
i have school tonight, so i guess i will get a turkey on rye to eat during class with some baked lays.
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B-toast/peanut butter
s-no time
L-sand chicken WW
s-god I hope I have time...snack bar
D-not sure

I was doing good till I got to supper last night....Oh well better luck today.
I am going to the store today to pick up a few things needed milk etc I will try to get some different to eat for lunch.

Same on workout today. I did good last nigth added some reps.
I did not get as much water as I wanted yesterday I will work on that today. I am already at 3 20oz cups. So its looking good so far today.
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Ta Da! One hour of cardio! 60 full minutes! I started (self punishing) with five lb hand weights and 2 lb ankle weights. If any of you ever think a nine pound weight loss is nothing ... try that. It'll remind you how far you've come. After 25 minutes I set down the weights, after another 10 I took off the anklets. My son said I looked like a geek! It was an ugly mix of high and low impact ... dance/shuffle gasp! But I kept my heart rate up and I sweated.
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Thanks Kim, I've been feeling pretty down this morning and needed some support. Your words really helped .
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I started my day great with 30 min cardio on the stair master.
B: 4 egg whites with 1/2 tbsp ketchup
Water 16.9 fl.oz
L: 1 1/2 piece of lasagna
Water 33.8 fl.oz
D: Cup of progresso homestyle chicken noodle soup

I end up eating peanut M&M's. I didn't needed it, but I just had to have it I guess. I end up eating 5 small fun size of it. I feel so guilty!!!
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Today has been good so far! I did 15 minutes of cardio (dancing to my dvd) before I decided to buckle down, and work on my Psychology. So far today:

B: 3 eggs, fried...& 4 sausage links
L: None. If I get hungry, I might have a couple of pieces of string cheese.
D: Ginger Chicken with cooked broccoli & cheese

Hopefully, I'll get in another 15 minute cardio session before the day is over.
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Hi! Started my day off with my slippers and a diet pepsi. Ha. It's -45 outside with the wind...

Anyways, for lunch I had 2 pieces of toast whole grain bread, with no fat mayo, sliced tomato, organic greens, and a slice of lean turkey sandwich meat. It was really filling, it felt like 2 sandwich's when I ate each one seperately.

Before heading to work, I had a slim fast milkshake in the blender with a banana.

Supper - at work.
I packed the same idea that I had for lunch. Also took along some no fat yogurt and half a cup of raspberries, along with baby carrots. I find the carrots to be a good crunch snack for at work.

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Almost have had all my calories by lunch, today .

Breakfast: some of my leftover guacomole
lunch: two bean burritos and one of those mini chocolate Hershey bars.

Now that I've had 1000 calories already, I need to figure out how to make it the rest of the day on 2-300 calories. Spinach? lol
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Amended
I had my shake.
The CARDIO!
Lunch-cottge cheese, eggs, pineapple
Supper-salmon, salad, rice, cream corn

so far so good

Later-cottage cheese, yogurt and fruit.


Applbride! You've lost 5 lbs!!!! Good work!

Zoe! I sauteed my spinach the other day with a bit of garlic and tossed on some ff cotage cheese. Very tasty and only 125 or maybe 150 cals.
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Today went horrible. I ate too much of chocolate, it seems like I am eating it for the days that I've didn't eat it. I never was a chocolate person. My husband is the one who is chocolate addict, and I was the one who always wanted to eat something salty or meaty. Well anyways, I am glad everyone else is doing great. I am drinking a lots of water, and had my chicken noodle soup for dinner. I feel horribly guilty, but I can't change what happened.
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