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Old 06-06-2014, 07:46 PM   #1  
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How this works is in here you can make a once a day report on all the snacks you've eaten outside of meal time. You may find it easier to keep a diary as you go and just enter the info here later. Or you may wish to keep a diary elsewhere as you go through the day and just do some version of a summary here.

Its probably a good idea to note if its a planned or unplanned snack.

The snacks include anything that contains calories so this includes any type of food and any quantity of food, and cups of tea, coffee, drinks of any kind including alcohol.

Note the time of day, what you consumed, whether it was planned or unplanned and if you want to , add your hunger and satiety ratings. At the moment i've given a description of that in the breakfast thread and i might add it in here later.

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Old 06-09-2014, 12:15 PM   #2  
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I had a piece of dark chocolate and a few pieces of frozen banana a couple hours after breakfast.
I sometimes have a kind bar after dinner.

Nice idea for a thread Pattience

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I had figs, 2 bananas, glass of milk
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Old 06-12-2014, 08:45 AM   #4  
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12 June 2014 Thursday

So i haven't had any snacks between meals since last posting until today, though sometimes i add an extra coffee to a meal time either at the front of the back. Sort of like fudging the figures. I probably should count my daily cups of coffee and see if that's altering at all. But i'm not hugely conceded about that.

Today though i got hungry not too long after lunch. I don't know if it was because of what i'd eaten earlier or if i was mainly bored. Anyway …

AT 3.35
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small red apple which didn't solve it
about 4 pieces of coconut which did solve it but i still wanted to have a coffee anyway so
coffee w milk

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At about 6.30pm i wasn't hungry but i did eat then and it wasn't a full sized dinner but it made me feel good. I am reluctant to leave the hunger to hit me late in the evening when i am likely not to have something nice ready to eat or to feel like cooking. I think its better to eat at the same time each day. Apparently our hormones get used to that.

at 9.30
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I wanted coffee milk
+3 I feel good.

Total coffee - 6 cups which + 1.5 cups of milk which i do not mind because i think i need the calcium.

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Old 06-25-2014, 08:55 AM   #5  
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I was still hungry after dinner when I went to the grocery store, so I picked up two buffalo chicken tenders from the deli, and a small (one serving) ice cream. Probably not that much better than my original idea to stop at Wendy's, but hey, I'm on a diet break... :P
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Yesterday's snacks:

- 1 banana
- 25 almonds
- 3 bites of whole-grain pasta with tomato sauce
- 30 g of salted peanuts
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Old 06-26-2014, 09:31 AM   #7  
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I had a small chicken sandwich and small chocolate Frosty from Wendy's. Figured I should get the fast food craving out of the way while on my diet break...

It's so weird eating like this (and not gaining). But certainly won't be tempted to have more fast food anytime soon.
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A few dried figs and a handful of plain potato chips.

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So far for snacks today I've had:
- A Cascadian Farm Organic Oats n' Honey bar
- Cup of coffee with tablespoon of Coldstone Cookie creamer

Might have another quick snack after work or just eat an early dinner.
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Yesterdays Snacks:

Planned:
22 Whole wheat mini crackers for 140 calories
2 TBL Original Hummas for 50 calories
24oz of Green Tea, Iced 2 Calories (No sugar, just water and tea)

Unplanned:
Large Coffee from Dazbog with cream and sugar: 75 calories
5 Chocolate Almonds: 70 calories

Total Snack Calories: 337

I was studying in a shop, where I got the green tea. The air conditioner made it SO cold, so I bought a coffee to "hug" for warmth. I brought the crackers and hummus and ate them outside once I got REALLY hungry. Got home, and my Fiance was snacking on the almonds, I grabbed 5 since I had the calorie room for them.
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Todays Snacks:
Yesterdays Snacks:

Planned:
Cup of Carrots 50 calories.
2 TBL Original Hummus 50 calories

Unplanned:
17 Chocolate Almonds: 210 calories

Total Snack Calories: 360

Those chocolate almonds.... Curse you Trader JOES! I mean, how do people that shop there all look so thin when it's just filled with munchy snacky food? GAH! Anyway, I made up for it by eating only meat for dinner. I'm only 50 calories over... and about to go for a run. BOOM
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Watermelon!
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Yesterdays Snacks:

Planned:
Some Honey Due Mellon 64 calories
Nature Valley Granola 190 calories

Unplanned:
2 cups of coffee with sugar and my creamer 220 calories
Nutter Butter Cookie 65 calories

Total Snack Calories: 539 calories

Ugh... I need to back off sugar in my coffee, but I like it sweet. Last time I dieted I tried to just switch to tea as I do enjoy tea with no sugar or cream. However... I just can't kick the coffee habit and I noticed when I don't get it, I will wind up in a "Coffee binge" mode and drink unhealthy alternatives to get that caffeine crave and flavor. Maybe I'm addicted because of the sugar? I'll try to scale back.

I made up for the extra snack calories by simply having Talapia (110 calories) for dinner with peas (100 calories... I had a lot), and a home made vegetable and lentil soup for lunch (100 calories). Breakfast was a tad bigger for my 1200 calories. I felt satisfied and got plenty of veggies with that soup!
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kurisitaru I don't know if this will make any difference for you, but I switched to honey in my coffee (mostly because I wanted the health benefits of local honey, but also to reduce refined sugars). You might also try using half and half instead of sugar, or to reduce your sugar, as it has a natural sweetness to it. I'm a coffee fiend, but I still manage to drink anywhere from 2 to 4 cups a day and lose weight so...there is room for our vices!

I need to not read the food threads on a fasting day. Water water water for me until dinner.
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Finished the last of the watermelon and had a few green olives
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