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Old 10-03-2006, 02:10 AM   #1  
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I am a day ahead of you guys but am keen to start planning out my meals better.

B - 2 x crumpets w/honey, coffee
S - Yogurt, green tea
L - WW Spaghettini Pesto, water, low cal hot chocolate
S - 1/4 cup almonds, orange
D - Baked salmon w/brown rice & steamed vegetables
S - Protein Shake (post workout)

Exercise - Weights (Shoulders), Cardio 40 mins
Water - 2.5L + 2 x green tea = 3Lt

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Old 10-03-2006, 06:02 AM   #2  
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Breakfast 1 (6:30am) - homemade muesli with no-fat yoghurt

Breakfast 2 (8:00am) - 2 x dark rye toast w/vegemite

Lunch (1:30pm) - Sandwich on dark rye w/ham, avocado, cucumber, tomato, beetroot, baby spinach, chilli tomato & seeded mustard)

Snack (4:30pm) - Apple

Dinner (6:30pm) - Potato gnocci with tomato pasta sauce

Snack (8:30pm) - Custard Apple

35 minute run (12kms/hr) 6:50am
30 minute fast walk into work
30 minute fast walk home

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Old 10-03-2006, 08:47 AM   #3  
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Wow, Livi, your sandwich sounds yummy!

Today I've got serious planning problems for dinner. I'm leaving directly after class to get my boy from the airport (2 hours away), and then we leave to come back here and won't be back until 9. So between 3 and 9 I will be in situations in which I can't really eat... AND I drive a stick-shift so it's not like I can bring something healthy and eat it in the car. I have NO idea what I'm going to do.

B- coffee/milk, egg, maybe some kashi if I'm still hungry
L- homemade soup... can't decide which kind tho -- lentils, veggie chili, or chicken and corn chowder. Probably the chili. And a yogurt.
S- orange, some sunflower seeds
D- big question mark. if anyone has suggestions of foods I can eat without using my hands, I'd love to hear them!
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:45 AM   #4  
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I am so bad at logging, but I contend that I will never completely give up on it. Here goes:

B: green juice, 2 slices of light whole wheat toast (40 calories a slice, but dry as a bone)
S: bell pepper slices
L:BIG salad w/ grape tomotoes and red cabbage, homemade vinegarette
S: banana with ff vanillla yogurt
D egg white omelette, veggie juice
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:45 AM   #5  
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B: Hard boiled egg
L: Chicken Salad (made with low fat miracle whip) with crackers
S: Goldfish crackers
D: I’m not sure probable some type of chicken and a salad with reduced fat raspberry vinaigrette
S: Sugar free cool whip with a crushed graham cracker
3 liters of water

WO: 40 outside walking and 20 minutes inside walking

By the way I really like the posting your meal plan for the day. It helps to force me to have more accountability and plan ahead. I also like seeing what other people are doing it gives me ideas for the future.
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Old 10-03-2006, 11:17 AM   #6  
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B: soy sausage and ff milk
Snack: grapes and almond
L: lowfat chili, cornbread, and squash
Snack: apple
D: mahi mahi w/ Brit's ginger honey glaze, broccoli, and cole slaw

Brit try taking some cut up veggies, fruit, and triscuits. I drive a stick too and I can usually manage to eat this and drive. Just cut them up into bit size. Don't forget your water.
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Old 10-03-2006, 11:24 AM   #7  
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Breakfast: An Egg on Wheat Toast and 1/2 banana
Lunch: Chicken with Celery and mushrooms over lettuce (sounds weird but I like it)
Snack: Bowl of berries
Dinner: Ground turkey burgers with no bun, Snow peas, Broccoli, and an orange
Snack: Yogurt with pineapple
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Old 10-03-2006, 01:12 PM   #8  
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B: Coffee
L: Leftovers
S: Pineapple
D: Tilapia with Brocc
De: Pineapple

WO: Cardio run at home on treadmill, 200 jacks, 100 crunches, 20 flights
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Old 10-03-2006, 02:45 PM   #9  
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Another good day of eating so far

Breakfast- Coffee, low fat cottage cheese, 1 cup Fiber One
Lunch- Turkey sandwich on wheatbread, raw veggies
Snack- Light n Fit yogurt, small apple
Dinner- Flank steak, 1 cup plain pasta noodles, salad
Dessert- WW ice cream dessert, 1 medium apple
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Old 10-03-2006, 02:45 PM   #10  
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oooh and 2 viactivs!
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