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Old 08-11-2010, 04:06 PM   #271  
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oh oh! I totally forgot i bought some all natural pb a wgile back and just kept it in the company fridge. Perfect snack! i get a plastic spoon got a gob of pb sprinkle salt on it and wala!
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Old 08-11-2010, 04:33 PM   #272  
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Love, good to 'see' you again!

MrsD, Glad you found something to eat!

Wiki, My Hubby worked nights for several years, I tried to be on his schedule and that didn't work very well for me or him. I had an aunt and uncle, he worked nights and she worked days for their entire life, and they were happy. go figure.
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Old 08-11-2010, 04:36 PM   #273  
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Thanks Penguin, I kinda like that picture after cropping it
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:04 PM   #274  
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I'm REALLY getting the urge to pig out tonight. I'm packing to move, had a fight with my boyfriend, getting nervous about starting my new job...and all I want right now is a pint of cookie dough ice cream!

So anyway, I'm going to reply now in hopes of avoiding a binge.

1,600-calorie zag
Breakfast:
Granola with milk: 300

Lunch:
2 fat-free tortillas with beans and cheese: 560

Snack:
Small sugar-free grape Italian ice: [100]

Snack:
Clif protein bar: 270

Dinner:
Michelina's mac-n-cheese wheels [300]
Plain hot dog bun [100]

Total: 1645

Update: Made it through the day without my ice cream! This, for me, is quite a feat

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Old 08-11-2010, 05:14 PM   #275  
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Paradise Have you tried Arctic Zero? I have tried the chocolate peanut butter and it was good. I see that they also have a cookie and cream flavor. It's about 150 calories per pint. http://www.myarcticzero.com/
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:53 PM   #276  
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hey there all! well, i got through my dentist appt. My filling is officially fixed and I am $200 lighter.

Well, i have been really keeping track of my food on my ipod. I love the app, but it's a pain because I can't see everything at the same time. Plus it's calores and not exchanges. Still not a bad program.

So I think i will get used to looking at each category seperately and posting.

I got home from the beach depressed. I didn't eat very healthily but i didn't overeat my cals except for Sunday. I have not been doing a great job on my water either. So i need to do better.

i just got done eating some HIGH FIBER high Protein cereal comparable to Kashi but i got it at aldis--and my stomach just blew up and bloated. So now i am really full ---literally. so i don't want to cook.
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:54 PM   #277  
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Diana you're my hero! Those look SO good. Chocolate peanut butter is my favorite ice cream. The only kind I can find is Breyer's, and it's like 800 calories for the pint...which I eat in its entirety

JenDiet, have you tried the ************ app? I LOVE it. Super user-friendly, and it auto-syncs with the website so you're current on all devices.

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Old 08-11-2010, 07:10 PM   #278  
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Diana you're my hero! Those look SO good. Chocolate peanut butter is my favorite ice cream. The only kind I can find is Breyer's, and it's like 800 calories for the pint...which I eat in its entirety
Well, I may not be hero status, yet. Let me tell you about them first. Breyer's is really nice and creamy. These don't have have that exact consistency. Although they are good. It would be nice to have something like this on hand if you are having one of those days. KWIM? Now if you are having a serious Haagen Dazs craving, this might not work for you. They are made with whey protein, I believe, so they have some protein. I noticed that they have a cookies and cream flavor, too. I'm not sure if they are available in your area. You can search for your area on their website.

Also, I forgot to mention, I'm sorry about the fight with your boyfriend. I hope you two work it out.

When do you start the new job?
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:40 PM   #279  
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Also, I forgot to mention, I'm sorry about the fight with your boyfriend. I hope you two work it out.

When do you start the new job?
Thanks! It's no big deal, we've been together for 7 years and bicker all the time. This time it was about a couch

I start Monday as editor-in-chief of my college paper. It's not really *new* since I worked there last year, too, but it will be a lot more responsibility. I'm excited though

Edit: I just looked up the Arctic Zero, and so far no stores near me. If I can find some place to try it, I wouldn't mind ordering a case on Amazon, as long as I know I like it!

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Old 08-11-2010, 10:33 PM   #280  
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Jen which cereal did you get at Aldi? Was it good? Did you like it?

OK today's eats 8/11/10

Breakfast (180)
Apple, Activia light vanilla yogurt, V8

Lunch (345)
Skim, salmon, 1/2c Uncle Ben's broccoli au gratin rice, V8 fusion

Snack (169)
small banana, cup of grapes, 1/2 grapefruit

Dinner (190)
Chocolate Slim Fast

Total calories 884
Water 118ozs
Exercise 46 minutes=stationary bike (I'm proud of me, will shoot for a hour)

I have got to do better calorie wise. I didn't get up until 9:00 and when I get up late it throws me off. I do better when I am up at 6:45-7:00. This will be one of my goals for the remainder of the week.
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:03 PM   #281  
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Hi Everyone:

Tomorrow we are going to my favorite Japanese restaurant. The sodium wreaks havoc on me. I will gain a couple pounds in water weight. I had a lower calorie day today, just in case calories are an issue tomorrow. I think the issue is sodium not calories, though. Tomorrow for lunch I am planning on eating 2 Greek Yogurts. This will save me about 100 calories, plus the sodium in them in also less than my normal lunch. This is kinda like an experiment for me. I want to see if it makes a difference on Friday when I get on the scale. Hopefully it will help with the water retention.

Paradise Do you have a Whole Foods near? They can probably order the Arctic Zero for you.

Total Approx 1375 Calories

Breakfast (365 Calories + coffee)
spritz olive oil in pan
egg 70 cal
egg whites from carton 60 cal
Handful of spinach
2% Reduced Fat Cheese 40 cal
high fiber english muffin 100 cal
1 teaspoon jam 20 calories
coffee w/sugar and cream
juice 75 calories

Lunch: (360 calories + swipe mayo)
EarthGrains 100% Whole Wheat Thin Buns 100 Calories
1 slice Reduced fat cheese 60
4 slices Hormel Natural Choice Cooked Ham 60 Calories
Romaine Lettuce Leaves
Swipe Kraft Horshradish Dijon Mayonaise (less calories than regular mayo)
Sliced Apples 40 Calories
Chocolate Greek Yogurt 100 calories

Dinner 650 calories
Applebee's Grilled Dijon Chicken & Portobellos w/red potatoes & veggies 550 calories
Couple bites of DH salad w/ Ranch 100 calories

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Old 08-11-2010, 11:45 PM   #282  
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Breakfast:
Up & Go Liquid Breakfast 185

Lunch:
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1 tbs Nuttelex lite 89
2 tbs Honey 170
Muesli bar 134
2 coffees 100

Dinner:
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:54 PM   #283  
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Diana, yumm, Japanese sounds good No Whole Foods around here, but a few organic markets I might check out. Otherwise, I might just suck it up and treat myself to a 6-pack on Amazon ($46 ) because I just like my sweets that much! I read some reviews on it, and they're pretty positive.
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:30 AM   #284  
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Breakfast: smoothie containing 1 cup almond milk; 1 banana; 1 cup blueberries
snack: none
Lunch: Ready Pac Cobb Salad
snack: 1 serving pretzel twists
Supper: 2 cups baby greens; 3/4 cup cukes; 1/8 cup colby cheese; 2 tsp croutons; 3 oz new york strip; 2 tbsp sun dried tomato dressing

calories: 1108
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Diana-Enjoy your trip to the Japanese restaurant I heard other people say that drinking water with lemon helps flush the salt from your system, not sure if it works tho.

Paradise- Good luck on the new position at the paper

Love2b-Congrats on the 46 min on the bike! 11 miles is great, just think 2.1 more miles and thats a 1/2 marathon. Keep up the hardwork.

MrsD-Hang in there hopefully pay day is soon

Shout out to everyone else

Another good day under my belt, hope this trend continues...
I see a few of you eat natural pb, was wondering what the benefits of natural pb is opposed to say regular or reduced fat pb. We'll I'm off to hit the hay, I've got to get up early for a dentist appt. Good night all.
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:51 AM   #285  
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Thanks, dream And reading your post reminded me how much I love natural peanut butter. I kind of forgot about it, but I used to have it all the time. I love the grainy texture.
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