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Old 11-14-2006, 06:08 AM   #1
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Well, I bombed yesterday. I was fine during the day (even avoided the free pumpkin pie brought into the office!), but then I ate an entire container of 12 mini cupcakes from Whole Foods ("natural" ingredients doesn't mean they're actually healthy! ) and then made pizza instead of my planned fish fillets for dinner. Granted, the pizza was on 100% whole-wheat crust with homemade sauce (with tomatoes, spinach, and turkey sausage) and reduced-fat cheese, but I still ate 3/4 of the entire pizza myself, so no good. At least I got in my 4 liters of water yesterday, so Ican say I accomplished something.

On to today...already did my WATP DVD, so here's the food plan:
  • 2 slices whole-grain, sugar-free toast with macadmia nut butter (only ingredient is macadmia nuts, and I poured out all the oil sitting on top of the jar)
  • cup of skim milk
  • yogurt
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce
  • 2 cups roasted red pepper and tomato soup w/sourdough cheese croutons
  • Lean Cuisine - chicken a l'orange
  • apple
  • chicken breast and broccoli w/ginger peanut sauce (bought it at Whole Foods yesterday--hope it's good!)
  • no-sugar-added fudgesicle
Alright, now THAT is a lot of food for 1460 calories. NO BINGEING REQUIRED Plus, of course, my 4+ liters of water.
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Old 11-14-2006, 07:45 AM   #2
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Well, my food plan has already changed. I got to work and discovered I have no more soup here, so instead of the soup with croutons, I will be having a MorningStar Farms "chicken" patty on a whole-wheat bun with a little light Miracle Whip. It doesn't change my calories by much--still keeps me a bit over 1400 (I think my Fitday said 1436 or something). Good thing I keep extra food at the office
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Old 11-14-2006, 07:51 AM   #3
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The selection where I work is pretty bad. I have to remember to take my own.

Let me see about today.
psyllium in cranberry
raspberries in my shake
I did well with crunchie veggies and fruit with cottage cheese and ff turkey slices during the day yesterday(I love grazing)
A protein pancake will fit in there somewhere.
We are having the salmon today. I should wander over to that little booth on the other side of town and buy a squash.
I'm finding that a shake at night is a nice thing. Kinda like having ice cream.

And it's cardio day!
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Well there are dozens for recipes for protein pancakes. I think you'll find them in the LWL recipes thread ... or just ask! we love to share stuff like that.
Here's mine ... Those egg whites come in two little containers that equal 16 eggs. I put both in the blender with a drizzle of water, 2 1/2 cups of oatmeal and a scoop of plain protein powder (I get mine at a bulk food store).
I wipe oil over a nonstick pan and cook about 1/2 cup of batter at a time. Just like a pancake, when the bubbles pop it's time to turn it over.
That makes about 6. I cut them in half and put them in baggies in the fridge.
It's my bread.
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Old 11-14-2006, 08:19 AM   #5
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Susan - That sounds good! I think I'll have to try that - always looking for more protein.

B - Kashi go lean crunch & skim milk (1 cup each)
s - banana
L - Lean Cuisine Sesame Chicken
s - yogurt
D - ww pasta w/tomato sauce, big salad

Water - 64 oz.
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The selection where I work is pretty bad. I have to remember to take my own.
ha, the "selection" where I work consists of cookies, sugary granola bars, chewy fruit snacks, cheese crackers with peanut butter or cheese, M&Ms, candy bars...no real food at all. That's why I actually bring in some of my own food to keep in the fridge/freezer in our office kitchen (explicitly labeled with my name so no one steals it ), and I keep some stuff in my desk drawer as well (boxes of soup, single servings of apple sauce, packets of reduced-sugar oatmeal, etc.). This helps immensely on the days when I accidently leave my lunch in my apartment
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I'm glad this came up Jilly. I don't think we can reinforce often enough that we need to be in charge of feeding ourselves.
If it is to be ... it's up to me .... I can't believe I just quoted something that corny!
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Old 11-14-2006, 09:08 AM   #8
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b - pb on bread, pear
s- apple, string cheese
l- turkey wrap (tortilla, cream cheese, turkey, spinach)
s- strawberries
d - mexican lasagna, salad

e - BL dvd
w - 2 L
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Breakfast - protein pancake w/walnuts, coffee

Snack - strawberries, banana

Lunch - roasted veg soup, 4oz rotisserie chicken breast , apple

Snack - protein brownie

Dinner - beef and barley stew, slice of whole grain bread, maybe some steamed leek and parsnip.

Water - 2 liters+

Exercise - 50 mins circuit training

I had the best dinner last night. Baked salmon with lemon and dill (bought from Target), steamed broccoli and oven roasted sweet potato fries. I love the fries, they go crispy on the outside and melt in your mouth soft on the inside.

Another protein pancake recipe (the one I use) is:-

4 egg whites
1/2 cup oatmeal
1/4 cup cottage cheese
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
dash cinnamon
dash vanilla

Blend it all up in blender. Makes one serving. I make 3 little pancakes out of it, makes me feel like I'm eating the "whole grain" pancakes at IHOP .
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B - 1 cup grapes
1 apple
Forgot to drink my milk (I sound like I'm 5...)

S - banana

L - 1 cup cous cous mixed with veggies (more veggies than cous cous really)
1 8 oz container plain ff yogie

S - Would I still be hungry from lunch? (yeah...) If I am, one cesaer (sp?) salad wrap.

D - roasted veggies and white rice, maybe brown if I'm in the mood to cook it forever.

Exercise: 4 miles! (just a walk though)
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Sunni - is the Minute Brown Rice available in your area? I love it, cooks in 10 minutes.
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Old 11-14-2006, 12:20 PM   #12
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what a horrible weekend.... but anyway

B- half a protien drink, slice of toast with scrambled eggs and hashbrowns (my boyfriend needs to stop cooking me breakfast)
S- coffee
L- crispbreads, deili meat, cheese, pickles, maybe some soup
S- i think i have antipasta and celery in the fridge if its still good
D- shake and bake chicken
W- 5L
E- already did one hour on bike
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Courtnie! Look at you go!
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Sunni - is the Minute Brown Rice available in your area? I love it, cooks in 10 minutes.
I had to hunt (and I mean HUNT) for stupid brown rice in my grocery store (Shoprite). I've had minute white rice once and I did not like the taste. Hopefully brown will be different. Will give it a shot though!
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If you can't get any of the minute brown rice, I'll be happy to ship you a box.
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