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Old 09-12-2007, 04:33 PM   #16  
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Shenanigans, I often eat the same things for the most part as well. Don't feel like it's sad!

Let's see, today so far I've had breakfast and lunch so:

Breakfast -
1 cup Nature's Path Flax Plus Pumpkin Raisin Crunch Cereal - 200 cals
1 cup Horizon Organic 2% Milk - 120 cals

Lunch -
1 Garlic & Cheese Veggie Burger - 95 cals
2 Tbsp Tribe Hummus - 50 cals
1 small tomato - 20 cals
Handful of spinach - 3 cals
1 Whole Wheat Pita - 120 cals
1 Orange (Man, I got lucky with these oranges... so juicy and delicious!) - 62 cals

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Old 09-12-2007, 11:08 PM   #17  
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And for dinner and dessert....

Dinner -
Amy's Pesto Tortellini Bowl - 430 cals

Dessert -
1 Banana - 121 cals
1 Nonfat Stonyfield Farm Blueberry Yogurt - 130 cals
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Awesome, lots of people to talk to!

Well, I ordered my scale yesterday, and it'll be here tomorrow! Today's been pretty good, even though my head feels like someone stuck an axe in it.

Breakfast:
1 oz light pepperjack cheese
medium orange
12 pieces vegetable sushi
vegetable egg roll

Lunch:
Mexican salad from Panchero's (tortilla, lettuce, black beans, grilled vegetables, pico de gallo, salsa)

Snack:
1 oz light pepperjack cheese

I'm still a good 400-700 calories under for the day, and I REALLY want some fried macaroni and cheese from TGI Fridays! But I always want what I can't have, so I'll probably just make some pasta or something here or a burrito. Saturday is my free day where I can eat what I want in moderation.
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Breakfast -
1 cup Flax Plus Pumpkin Raisin Crunch - 200 cals
1 cup Horizon Organic 2% Milk - 120 cals

Lunch -
1 Garden Vegetable Wrap - 419 cals

Snack -
1 stick LiveActive Mozzarella Cheese - 80 cals
1 orange - 62 cals

Dinner -
1 Amy's Spinach and Feta in a Pocket Sandwich - 260 cals

Dessert -
1 container Fage Nonfat Greek Yogurt - 80 cals
1 Banana - 121 cals
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Yesterday-

Snack:
Chocolate Fiber 1 Bar

Dinner:
quesadilla salad-
whole wheat tortilla
1/2 can refried beans
2 c romaine lettuce
1/4 c light cheese
2 tbsp fat free sour cream

Totals- 1874 cal, 51.8 gms/fat, 60.3 gms/fiber

Today-

Breakfast:
(6:45am)1 oz light pepperjack cheese
large grapefruit
(8:50am)1/3 bottle Orangeade
(9:30) bean burrito-
whole wheat tortilla
1/2 can refried beans
2 tbsp tomatillo sauce
2 tbsp fat free sour cream

Snack:
1 oz light cheese

Lunch:
Vegetarian Tropichop from Pollo Tropical
(rice, corn, black beans, lettuce, and tomato)

Had my free nutrition appointment today, and did awesome according to my nutritionist! Weighed myself when I came back to my room, and I have dropped below 300! 299.8 baby!!!!!!!!
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Old 09-14-2007, 04:44 PM   #21  
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Had my free nutrition appointment today, and did awesome according to my nutritionist! Weighed myself when I came back to my room, and I have dropped below 300! 299.8 baby!!!!!!!!
WONDERFUL!!! Congratulations!
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Old 09-14-2007, 09:36 PM   #22  
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Man, Gaia, you beat me! Haha, congrats, I hope to be joining you in the two's within the week!

As far as food for today goes:

Breakfast -
1 Slice Pepperidge Farm Honey Flax Bread - 100 cals
1 Tbsp Peanut Butter & Co. Dark Chocolate Dreams PB - 85 cals
1 Stonyfield Farm 2-A-Day Nonfat Apricot Mango Yogurt - 120 cals

Lunch -
1 Amy's Burrito - Cheddar Cheese - 300 cals
1 Orange - 62 cals

Dinner -
1 Amy's Macaroni & Cheese - 410 cals
1 cup steamed broccoli - 60 cals

Dessert -
1 Nature's Promise Fruit, Flax, and Fiber Whole Grain Muffin - 180 cals
1 Plum - 30 cals

Totals for the day:
Cals: 1347/Fat: 41g/Carbs:201g/Fiber:32g/Protein:52g

Fat was a little higher than I usually like it and the protein was a little lower.... but overall, not too shabby.
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I just made a beautiful dinner with CSA (community supported agriculture) produce!

I received so many radishes that I had to use them tonight, so I made the following salad:

Radish, very thinly sliced
Cucumber, seeded then thinly sliced into long pieces
Yellow baby carrots, chopped
Spring onion, sliced thinly
Raw, unprocessed sesame seeds
Dressing made of EFA oil, spirulina, nettle leaf, dandelion leaf, garlic, lemon juice, lime juice and Himalayan sea salt

(The radish has a VERY strong flavor, so I think I may just pickle the rest of it.)

Then, I made a red lentil soup that was so delicious! It had:

Red lentils
Leek
Onion
Carrots
Heirloom tomatoes (green, red and yellow)

Once the soup was done, before serving, I stirred freshly chopped cilantro, coconut oil and umeboshi vinegar into each bowl.

All the above was organic and all produce came from the farm today.

I added Indian-spiced vegetable patties to the meal (not organic) as well as a bit of vegan "Caesar" salad (organic).

In all, we had such a colorful, healthy, flavorful meal, that I felt proud to serve it to my family.
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Old 09-15-2007, 08:44 AM   #24  
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Wow, if I had room to do CSA in my dorm room, I would! It would save me a trip to Publix every 3 days.

Last night my parents came in, and we went shopping and had dinner at an Italian place called Broadways. Surprisingly, I only had one roll, and I was the only one who ordered salad (it had mozzarella cheese on it and ranch dressing, but at least it was a salad). Weighed myself again this morning, and without eating, made it down to 297.8! YAY!!!
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Yestarday-

Dinner:
Diet Coke
1 dinner roll with olive oil dip
2 c tossed salad with lettuce, tomatoes, olives, onions, peppers, and cheese
2 c cheese tortellini with vodka sauce

Could not find any nutrition info online for this place, so I'm going to count that as a free day. Only woke up 30 min ago, and haven't decided if I want to cook myself breakfast or go get some from the food court. Hmmm...

Oh, and I've decided to walk to every class. Where I'm at, there are hills. MONSTER hills. Evil, evil hills. So I'll be timing how long it takes to walk to each class today and tomorrow and getting monster exercise while I'm at it. Yay?

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Old 09-15-2007, 08:45 AM   #25  
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Ok, why is there always one broken carrot in there?!
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Today-

Breakfast:
egg sandwich made with whole grain bread, 1/2 c Eggbeaters, 1 oz light pepperjack cheese, and 1 tbsp Brummel and Brown
nectarine

Snack:
light string cheese

Lunch:
veggie lo mein (chow mein noodles, frozen green beans, canned baby corn, canned straw mushrooms, stir fry sauce, soy sauce)

Snack:
Cherry Coke Zer
16 Multigrain Wheat Thins
1 oz light pepperjack cheese
small orange

Dinner:
veggie lo mein (yea, I know, but leftovers are not physically possible in my 3 sq in fridge)

Now:
2/3 bottle Orangeade
Cherry Coke Zero

8 12-oz glasses water

30 min exercise
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Gaia, don't feel bad for eating the same thing twice! When I cook a big pot of food up, my family often eats it for 2 meals that day (until it's gone).

2 oz. veggie cheese
20 oz. herbal tea (80 calories)

Bean, potato and guacamole burrito with 1/2 cup green and chipotle salsa

Broccoli, yellow carrot, sweet onion and red bean "stir fry" (cooked with water, not oil) with nutritional yeast, umeboshi vinegar and coconut oil added after cooking

Sprouted burger bun with faux chicken, 1 orange heirloom tomato, 2 slices sweet onion and 1 T. Vegenaise

1 VERY large white peach (the size of a baseball!)

1 Uncle Eddie's Molasses cookie and 1 cup Silk with Omega 3's

Water!

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I tell you, though, our team is playing tonight and EVERYONE and their brother is ordering pizza and chinese... my two favorite things!!! I swear I'm ordering a thin crust veggie lovers tomorrow or a diet dish chinese thing. I'm getting a bit sick of cooking for myself all the time!!!!!

For the game:

18 Nacho Quakes

Totals- 2055 cal, 40.4 gms/fat, 34.3 gms/fiber
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What are "Nacho Quakes"? That sounds interesting!
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Old 09-16-2007, 01:49 AM   #30  
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Who weighed in a 299.8 this morning? Yeah, that'd be me! Haha

Food today wasn't terrible, but not as nutritious as I would have liked. Way too much fat, but it was because of eating out and there aren't many vegetarian choices at Ruby Tuesday's... and it was the first time that a friend has asked me out to lunch since I've moved here... so I don't care! Haha

Breakfast -
1/2 cup oat bran hot cereal - 150 cals
1 banana - 121 cals
10g whole flaxseeds - 50 cals

Lunch -
1 order Ruby Tuesday's Fresh Avocado Quesadillas - 688 cals
1 side salad (spring mix, peas, garbanzos, beets, grape tomatoes, onions) with honey mustard dressing - 181 cals

Dinner -
1 whole wheat pita - 120 cals
1 vine ripened tomato - 20 cals
1/2 c 1% cottage cheese - 90 cals

Total: 1419 cals (and a whopping 69 g of fat because of the avocado, cheese, and butter on the tortilla in the quesadilla. Oy vey.) It's a good thing I don't eat out often... I think I can handle this once every blue moon.

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