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Old 11-30-2006, 06:15 AM   #1
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grr...completely blew it agian yesterday, so let's try this yet again...

I've already done 25 minutes of WATP this morning, and here's my food plan (I need to go grocery shopping REALLY badly):
  • skim milk
  • oatmeal
  • yogurt
  • Lean Cuisine - honey dijon chicken (3rd day in a row this has been on my menu--maybe I'll actually eat it this time!)
  • chicken cooked w/bell peppers, corn, diced tomatoes, black beans, spices, and a splash of chicken broth (I was out of salsa and didn't have any onions, so hopefully the aforementioned tomatoes and peppers with a splash of chile pepper flavored oil and dried onion flakes will be kinda similar), served over whole-wheat couscous and topped with shredded cheddar cheese
We MUST go grocery shopping tonight. I'll have to remember to take a few minutes today to check the online grocery ads to see if anyone has a good sale on chicken this week, as I'm about out!
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Old 11-30-2006, 06:16 AM   #2
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Morning Jill!

just a minute .....

I'm back to cut and paste my lunch bucket (actually it's a plastic shopping bag)

In my bag, I've packed pineapple, cc, protein pancakes, ww crackers ... at work I can get individual packets of peanutbutter (portion control). I'm having trouble with the math but I think that's four mini-meals ... I'll have a bathtub full of greens for supper and I'm not sure what protein, but I'd better bump up the veggies.
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Old 11-30-2006, 06:27 AM   #3
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porridge with egg and honey

Snack
Protein pancakes and an apple

Lunch
turkey and hummus

Snack
Total 0% greek yoghurt

Kickboxing

Snack
Soreen

Kickboxing

Dinner... Maybe sausages I bought some as a treat at the weekend...
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Old 11-30-2006, 06:42 AM   #4
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Breakfast: porage (whole oat groats), berries, almonds, wheatgerm, cc, skimmed milk. (2F, I'm a bodybuilder! I need my protein! CC is a perfect low-fat choice!)

Snack: apple and cc

Dinner: bacon and lentil soup, homemade wholemeal bread, banana

Snack: apple and cc (it works for me!)

Tea: turbot, apple and mushroom sauce with a bit of creme fraiche, brown rice or potatoes, greens (probably cabbage), carrots
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How does the CC go in porridge? Does it just melt? Do you whip it up or what? I still don't think I'd have it with shredded wheat... Although I do like it on Ryvitas
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It doesn't really melt. It's just there, cottage-cheese-like. You can mix it in. You can choose whether to eat it with the berries, or with the oats, or with both. It's good. And it's the same with Shredded Wheat. And as you're eating it, you think: 'I am such a healthy bodybuilder. Good for me. I will succeed today' or other uplifting thoughts. IMHO. (Um, that uplifting bit doesn't always work. )

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Ok... I might try it...
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Old 11-30-2006, 08:52 AM   #8
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Yesterday, I was perfect up until I got home from work. Junk food city! Today I'll try for a perfect day for the entire day.

oatmeal, peaches
yogurt
brown rice, boca burger, green beans
apple
brown rice, black bean chili

exercise - at least 30 minutes of something!
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:18 AM   #9
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Ok gals I need all of your willpower today! I am going out w. a girlfriend from work out to our favorite Indian place and they have a lunch buffet! I need everyone's positive energy and thoughts that I CAN and WILL use portion control. My plan is to use lettuce as a base on the plate instead of the white rice, eat nothing fried, limit to 1/2 piece of the yummy naan bread, and skip the desert they have out. I hope I can do this!!!!

B: 6oz yogurt (80cal), 1 sm apple (50cal), 1 med banana (120cal)

L: Indian lunch (500cal)

S: 1/2 kashi bar if I'm hungry (which I hope I won't be) (70cal)

D: lean cuisine pizza (280cal)

S: f.f cot. cheese w. coco powder and splenda (100cal)

Workout: 1hr kickboxing class tonight
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:29 AM   #10
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B - 1 cup grapes
1 cup skim milk
No time for apple and was feeling really full after grapes.

L - 1/4 cup brown rice + roasted/steamed beans
1 8 oz container ff yogie
1 banana

S - banana

D - um maybe some spaghetti or white rice and veggies.

Exercise: Briskly walked 4 miles this morning.
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:40 AM   #11
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I hope to be good today, argh, my weigh in is gonna go so bad on Saturday, and I really wanna see one more pound go, lol

I dont think I am going to work today, blah... I dunno, ill come back later with a better plan
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Old 11-30-2006, 12:50 PM   #12
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Silverbirch, I'm not sure about CC and shredded wheat, but that apple and mushroom sauce with a bit of creme fraiche sure does sound good! Wish my SO would eat mushrooms. Hmmm, maybe I could make it for lunch one day.

Here's my plan for today:
B - Go Lean cereal with soy milk and raspberries
S - coffee or tea with sweet-n-low and soy milk, apple or English muffin depending on how hungry I am
L - brown rice, butternut squash, laughing cow cheese wedge, and chicken; tomato, cucumber, raspberry, and basil salad with balsamic vinegar
S - blueberry fiber cake with NF cream cheese
S - NF yogurt with raspberries
D - Sausage and chard cassoulet, green salad
S - low cal pudding

Exercise: one hour cardio (combo of step machine, elliptical, and treadmill) and 15 min abs
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