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Old 03-09-2009, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default BFL meals wk 7!

Another week, another shot at this!

I was STARVING this morning after being up all night waiting for babies, and I really wanted a fully loaded breakfast burrito. I made a better choice!

eggs, refried beans, red chile, cheese, roasted zucchini
cc, berries
protein pancakes
protein shake, fruit
dinner?
1 hr weights
postworkout protein shake

It's drizzling here. If it's going to rain I would much prefer a fantastic thunderstorm.
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Old 03-09-2009, 12:49 PM   #2
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here's my boring food:

egg / eggwhites oatmeal
yog protein bran
left over spaghetti maybe an egg and whites
40 minute run
supper -- not sure what yet
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Old 03-09-2009, 01:35 PM   #3
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hi,

and my boring food:
yoghurt
1/2 cheese sandwich
1/2 cheese sandwich, soup
yoghurt, cc + cherries
rice, beef, green beans
yoghurt, cc + cherries OR dried fruit.

I did a 25 mins wog this morning, had to take it slowly because now my R knee started to act up, so i tried something different that I got from my friends running class: instead of walking in between i jogged much more slow in between. AND I COULD DO IT!!!!!! This is MAJOR, as I never could run for 3+ minutes. Apparently the whole interval thing of walk -run at consecutive higher speeds hade made me learn how to jog longer & slower as well!! Also my friend has running "homework" from her starters group and asked me to join her for that. I'm considering...altough it is outside and at the end of the day I might just do this.

Have a great day all,
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Dinner turned into shrimp tacos (corn tortillas) with cabbage, roasted veggies, and guac.

Morning snack was skipped but I threw some extra cottage cheese and an extra egg into my protein pancake mix.

I had a nice workout. Hope you all had a good day!
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I notice we tend to eat a lot of the same things over and over....sometimes it can be boring, but we know what works for us!

3.5 mile run
oatmeal with protein powder, blueberries, pnb
cc/berries, walnuts
shrimp, veggies, corn tortillas
turkey slices, apple, string cheese
dinner: probably salmon and veggies. maybe some beans too.
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Old 03-10-2009, 11:51 AM   #6
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I just started my first BFL challenge YESTERDAY! I'm on day 2. I'm a vegetarian and I like to eat as many "super foods" as I can, so my eating will be a bit different than the BFL recommended plan. But I'll try to stick with the program as much as I can.

Yesterday I ate...
Meal 1: 1 slice sprouted grain toast with 1 tablespoon organic PB
Meal 2: 1/2 cup fat free cottage cheese with 1 sliced banana
Meal 3: veggie BLT on sprouted grain toast
Meal 4: handful pistachios and an apple
Meal 5: 2 tablespoons hummus with handful of whole wheat pita chips
Meal 6: Whole wheat linguine with a fat free cottage cheese based "alfredo sauce" topped with kale sauteed with a little EVOO and garlic & an organic mixed greens side salad topped with cherry tomatoes, blackberries, and balsamic vinegar.

Today...
Meal 1: 1 slice sprouted grain toast with 1 tablespoon organic PB
Meal 2: Greek yogurt (one container has 14 grams protein!) & berries
Meal 3: Larabar and 12 oz fat free milk
Meal 4: whole wheat pasta, cottage cheese, arugula & tomato
Meal 5: cottage cheese and berries
Meal 6: handful peanuts
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Old 03-10-2009, 01:15 PM   #7
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Hi,

Midwife - you are right. I tend to eat the same thing every weekday apart from dinner stuff. The strange thig is that I still feel compulsed to write down the plan and the execution every day, and if I don't I feel like I gve myself permission to eat everything in sight. Weird.

so here goes:
m1: yoghurt etd.
m2: half cheese sandwich
m3: soup & other half cheese sandwich
m4: yoghurt, cc, cherries (& some cookies that dd baked0
m5: rice, beef, peas
m6 ? dried fruit

exercise was UBWO. I did not change my routine, but I added 1 kg to the BB so I now have 22 kgs for the chest press.

have a great day all,
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Yesterday: didn't post a plan, ate crap, hmmm is there a connection???

Today:

3 mile run---done!!!

1/2 bagel, laughing cow, protein shake
salmon, strawberries
pbj sandwich, cc, berries
turkey, bell pepper, laughing cow
apple, string cheese
dinner???
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I write my plan in the morning and what has been missing the last 3 days are updates that include large amounts of cookies, Little Debbie snacks, and potato chips. I must get a grip. I will get a grip. I have been thinking a lot about why I make those choices and justify junk food, and I have developed some things to tell myself when tempted. Also, most of it is gone now and won't be replaced.

Today
oatmeal with protein powder, blueberries, pnb
protein shake, berries
salmon, flat out wrap
must go to store

exercise:
will try to get a run in. poor weather here. 1 hr weights tonight.
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Yesterday...
Exercise: 21 minutes intense running, 1.5 mile walk with dog
1. Oats w/ greek yogurt & blackberries
2. 2/3 of a Myoplex carb control bar & 8 oz fat free milk
3. 1/2 whole wheat tortilla filled with veggies and nuts
4. 1/2 whole wheat tortilla filled with veggies and nuts
5. organic greens topped with pear, blackberries & cottage cheese
6. Nothing

Today...
Exercise: Upper body lifting
1. Oats with greek yogurt and strawberries
2. 8 ounces nonfat milk and Pure bar
3. ?
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5. ?
6. ?
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Welcome Genesis! And can I say that your greens with cottage cheese and blackberries and pear sounds delish!
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Looks like a POP food day. Yippee!
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Hi girls, this is probably my last post for the next week. DH and I are off to a vacation in New Orleans starting tomorrow

I have been totally off plan food wise this week but I did exercise... Next week is a total write off but I usually am quite careful on vacation...

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Oh my!! Have a great time in NO!!!! I would not even try to stay on plan. I admit it! Bread pudding, gumbo, po' boys.....Not even a chance of staying on plan. You are a far better woman than I if you eat well in that fabulous food place!
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Good morning! So....2 days POP and the scale read: 152. Yes, I have a set point. I should be grateful. If calories = math = poundage gained, it should have been higher. Goes to show how awesome muscle is! Thank goodness!

Today:
protein shake, kashi with skim
turkey and apple
tuna sandwich, hmmm do I have any raw veggies?
protein shake and fruit
dinner will be pizza & salad

exercise: Blarney Stone 5K and some garage weightlifting to hit what I didn't this week. Or just to do stuff that's fun!
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