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Old 07-14-2006, 01:00 AM   #1
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Saturday am is my weigh in, and with how much weigh I have been losing this week I want to make it a GREAT weigh in, I am going to be super good tomorrow and not eat past 7 (I know that doesn't matter, but it does help the morning weigh in)

B- smoothie type thing (1 small banana, 4 frozen strawberries, 1/2 cup skim milk, and maybe some ice cubes)
S- 16 oz coffee, 1 tsbp vanilla toffee cream, chips ahoy thinsations
L- smoked salmon wrap (1 whole wheat tort., 1 tsbp low fat cream cheese, 1/2 cup smoked salmon), 1 cup green grapes
S- 2 sticks of celery with half a tsbp low fat peanut butter
D- spicey chicken strips, carrots and maybe a baked potato (or some of) with some salsa (I am going to try and skip the baked potato)

No exercise but will drink 6 liters of water (want to have the last one finished by 8).
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Old 07-14-2006, 05:36 AM   #2
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Today may be a bit rough for me--it's my last day at my current job, so I fear I may be bombarded at some point with cake or taken out to lunch or something...we shall see. In any case, it is Friday, so it is free bagel day in the office, so I'll at least plan for:
  • glass of skim milk
  • bagel w/cream cheese
  • oatmeal (if I need it)
  • black bean chowder stuff (black beans, corn, cabbage, salsa, chili powder, chicken broth, ff cream cheese)
  • yogurt (again, only if I need it)
  • dinner will highly depend on if we go out or not--if we go to the movies, we'll likely end up at Uno's (I have a $10 off coupon they emailed me for my birthday ), but if we stay home, maybe I'll make a pizza (while-wheat Boboli crust, no-salt-added sauce, reduced-fat cheese, and possibly some turkey pepperoni)
And of course, at least 3 liters (hopefully 4) of water and a trip up the stairs to my apartment (I wish I knew how long it might take doing this every day before this no longer makes me feel like my lungs are going to explode ).
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Old 07-14-2006, 08:28 AM   #3
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I have kids to pick up from camp which throws dinner into a possible fast food grab. I'll try for
B-pria bar
S-ff/sf latte
L-huge salad, 2 oz turkey ham, 1 oz cheese, grapes
S-cut up veggies with 2 tb hummus
D-grilled chicken sandwich, bag of cut up veggies from home,choc animal crackers
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Old 07-14-2006, 08:54 AM   #4
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Last night was insane. I went way over my calories and all my nutrtion goals. I'm still paying for it--my tummy is tender. Today I am going to be way better!!

Br: 2 slices french toast (made w/1 egg, milk, salt), 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1 T syrup, 1 kiwi, 1 banana, chocolate pudding
Lu:salad (lettuce, parmesan cheese, ceaser dressing , croutons), yogurt
Din: going to MIL house for dinner, I think we're having lasagna
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Old 07-14-2006, 08:57 AM   #5
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Yesterdays D-lean grilled ribs, baked beans 1/2 cup
Yesterday workout
20 min core workou
40 min walking
30 min swimming


Today
B-Smart start healthy hart bar
s-mixed friut cup
L-grilled chicken on salad
s-snack bits
D-?

More of the same for today on workout
20min core
40min walking
30 min swimming..
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Old 07-14-2006, 09:14 AM   #6
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Breakfast - steel cut oats w/quarter cup blueberries, 1 tablespoon honey, cinnamon, coffee

Snack - apple

Lunch - whole wheat pasta with zuchinni, cherry toms, garlic, pine nuts, spinach

Snack - cottage cheese, pineapple tidbits

Dinner - thai chicken in coconut sauce with brown rice, zuchinni

Exercise - ran 2.5 miles at gym before work this morning

Water - 2 liters+
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Dinner - thai chicken in coconut sauce with brown rice
If this is something you make at home, I would LOVE the recipe!
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Old 07-14-2006, 10:24 AM   #8
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Today I have to be very careful because I'm going out this evening with some friends and drinks drinks drinks, the cals add up. Plus - I know, I'm bad - I always stop by and get myself some Taco Bell on the way home. No, I don't load up on Mexican Pizzas and Taco Salads, I usually just one or two chicken soft tacos, no cheese or sauce.
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aaand crash and burn! lunch turned out to be a salad-sounds harmless enough, right? but no...it was lettuce with a little onion, some fried chicken, and honey mustard dressing I forgot my lunch at home, so I knew I'd be eating in the cafateria, but this was seriously one of the healthies choices I could find--how sad Anyway, moving on...tomorrow is another day, and ust because lunch wasn't quite as planned doesn't mean I can automatically trash the rest of my day!
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Today I have to be very careful because I'm going out this evening with some friends and drinks drinks drinks, the cals add up. Plus - I know, I'm bad - I always stop by and get myself some Taco Bell on the way home. No, I don't load up on Mexican Pizzas and Taco Salads, I usually just one or two chicken soft tacos, no cheese or sauce.

I love fast food after a night of drinking!! That's why I can't drink anymore!!
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If this is something you make at home, I would LOVE the recipe!
me too!!
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Old 07-14-2006, 01:37 PM   #12
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jillybean - honey mustard dressing isn't that bad, 60 calories per tbsp maybe? I mean higher then italian but not nearly as bad as I thought it would be!
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B - Trader Joe's mixed grain hot cereal (oats, wheat, barley), 1/4 cup dried blueberries

S - Horizons organic fat free plain yogurt, 1.5 cups blackberries

L - big salad - spinach leaves, grilled chicken, grape tomatoes, baby carrots, orange pepper strips, dressing on side

S - cherries

S - cut up veggies - carrots, grape tomatoes, yellow pepper strips (store was out of sugar snap peas )

D - going out to dinner for my weekly treat meal - planning on having: glass of wine, split the goat cheese appetizer (with honey, dried cranberries and crackers), blackened salmon salad (romaine, red pepper, avocado, cheese, dressing on side). I will split some sort of decadent dessert
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