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Old 02-16-2009, 11:09 AM   #1
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kashi with skim, 2 eggs with red chile, cheese
protein shake, fruit
shrimp, beans, roasted butternust squash
??? must go to store---cc/berries
dinner: protein, veggies, carb
1 hr weights
protein shake
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Old 02-16-2009, 11:52 AM   #2
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Hi,

m1: yoghurt & stuff
m2: cc + cherries
m3: 2 grilled cheese sandwiches
m4: banana
m5: rice, greek salad, 2 grilled lean burgers
m6: dried cranberries, dried apples

exercise: power class today.
My heel still hurts, also my elbow. I'm taking a week off cardio to be sure I can heal my tendons. So I'll be stretching more and lifting light weights. Luckily I feel a lot better now I'm back into clean foods.

Have a great day,
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Old 02-16-2009, 10:15 PM   #3
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I like the meal thread, I didn't want to see it go...

protein pancake
tuna patty and oatmeal and raisins
wild rice and ground turkey
wild rice and tuna patty

no workout
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How do you make your tuna patties, Ilene?

Today:
3 mile run
turkey burger, kashi, skim
cc/blueberries, walnuts
turkey burger, ww bread, zucchini
apple, hardboiled eggs
dinner? protein, veggies, carb
protein shake before bed

scale: 150
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Midwife,
Tuna patty recipe is soooo simple...
1 can tuna
1 egg
1 or 2 tbsp italien bread crumbs
sometimes I add onions or peppers, but not usually, I take an icecream scoop and make about 4-5 small patties....
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Hmmm, I can do that. I've done that with salmon before.

Tonight---yummy dinner!!

I chopped up a ton of napa cabbage, a bell pepper, green onions and carrots. Topped it with chicken I sauteed in olive oil with mushrooms and onions. And served it over a measured portion of spaghetti noodles tossed in a little soy sauce. Sometimes I am a big eater and a head of napa cabbage allows for some serious eating with limited calories. Yum!! Plus, I have leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
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Let's see today:

oatmeal eggwhites
cc yogurt bran flax
oatmeal
run
meatless chicken burger with cabbage, peas, corn, and other frozen veggies
UBWO

I'm tired and off to bed now
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:35 PM   #8
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Hmmm,the plan got changed....

B - hard boiled egg, ww toast,
S - ff latte
L - my meeting morphed into Mexican food - groan. I had some chicken wrapped in a burrito - weird to have nothing in there with it but it seemed the best choice. Ate part of the refried beans and a little rice. About 5 chips with salsa. Whatever - I'm still full at 6:30, so may skip dinner altogether, or eat some pb toast with tea later in the evening.
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M1 1 slice of Brownberry Grains and More Double Protein Toast
This is my great new find for my preworkout quick carb and protein snack at 5:00am
http://brownberry.gwbakeries.com/pro...pc/7341001374a

1.5 hour workout: Lower body and HIIT on the treadmill and elliptical. :

M2 Protein Oatmeal
M3 4 egg whites, spinach, protein toast, strawberries, nonfat cheese
M4 Cottage cheese, ff plain yogurt, blueberries
M5 Eating for Life Tuscan Chicken, 1/2 whole wheat penne pasta, green salad
M6 Cottage cheese with applesauce if needed
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That bread sounds good, Lydia! You had me at double protein!

today:
2 egg white, kashi, skim
cc, blueberries, walnuts
leftover chicken, veggies, noodles
ohh-gonna try to run at lunch. Supposed to be a beautiful day.
egg whites, bell pepper strips, laughing cow
1 hr weights then protein shake
ground turkey, beans, veggies
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hi,

yesterday was disaster:
m1: yoghurt
m2:-
m3: raisin bread, soup
m4:musli bar
m5: ravenous: 2 portions of french fies, 1 beef patty, 1 big salad with smoked salmon
m6: dried fruit, preserved cherries

today:
m1: yoghurt
m2: half raisin roll
m3: half raisin roll, soup with some cashews
m4: cc + cherries
m5: 2 crackers wt cranberry pate
m6: big salad

exercise: none yesterday (to tired from work)
25 mins walking/jogging (heel injury so I'm taking it very slow & stretching a lot)

have a great day all,
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Dinner last night morphed into protein pancakes with pumpkin butter, sf syrup and walnuts. So yummy!

Today:

3.5 mile run (done!! I love typing DONE first thing in the morning!!)
kashi w/ skim milk, protein shake
cc/ blueberries, walnuts
turkey sandwich, bell pepper strips, laughing cow
2 hardboiled eggs and maybe a pear, string cheese
ground turkey, beans, veggies
protein shake before bed!
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mmmm midwife @ your pancakes

oatmeal eggwhites
oatmeal protein powder
oatmeal (pre-run meal)
run

not sure what else yet
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m1: yoghurt etc
m2: banana
m3: soup, cashews, 2 crackers with pate
m4: egg biscuit
m5: rice, snow peas, beef patty
m6: dried fruit

exercise: UBWO

I notice a tendency to give in and have an extra snack. I've been re-reading beck again on the "it's not OK" technique.

Have a great day,
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Old 02-20-2009, 04:18 AM   #15
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Hi girls,

here is the plan for today:
m1: yoghurt etc
m2: cc + cherries
m3: soup & 2 crackers
m4: cc + cherries
m5: tortilla "pizza"
m6: dried cranberries & apples

cardio today: I will scrub my bathroom ( no running because I'm resting my heel; I might try to see a PT about it)

NSV yesterday: I took 2 scoops of rice (1 too many) but I did manage to take some raw cabbage & a glass water for additional snack. Could have done much worse. I'll keep practicins the "oh well" technique, and I'm noticing that I make more thing errors. I'm back into CBT and I am glad to recognise a lot of thinking errors. Now to get rid of them...
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