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Old 07-05-2006, 10:33 PM   #1  
Eating for two!
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Default Planning for Thursday 7/6

Alright--I do post my food in the 100 Club section, but posting in multiple places can only help to hold me even more accountable, right?

SusanB, as excellent an idea as the giant bowl of veggies is, I happen to be vegetably impaired I did slice up 2 pounds of fresh strawberries, though, so it's a step in the right direction. Tomorrow's food plan:
  • whole-wheat tortilla w/fat-free cream cheese and strawberry slices
  • glass of skim milk
  • reduced-sugar instant oatmeal
  • salad (already prepared and ready to go: spinach, strawberries, almonds, chicken, cabbage, and broccoli with light Asian sesame dressing)
  • yogurt
  • pumpkin dessert (basically pumpkin pie filling without the crust--baked 6 of them over the weekend using Splenda and a little honey instead of sugar--VERY filling for about 250 calories)
  • Subway dinner
Now, we always have Subway on Thursday nights. What I'm going to try to do is transition away from my usual 12" sub to using wraps instead of bread--WAY fewer calories. In fact, if I remember correctly, 2 sweet onion chicken teriyaki wraps are barely more calories than just a 6" sub on bread. I'll also work to cut out the Subway cookies I normally get with my meal. At something like 250 calories a pop, who needs 'em?!

Additional plans include: at least 3 liters of water throughout the day (not including any additional diet soda) and walking up the 4 flights of stairs to my apartment when I get home from work.

I always have a pretty good plan in place--now I just need to STICK with it!
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Old 07-06-2006, 01:06 AM   #2  
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B - 2 pieces of whole wheat toast, natural peanut butter

S - horizons organic plain fat free yogurt, 1.5 cup sliced strawberries

L - turkey sandwich on whole wheat, mustard, 1/2 tomato, spinach leaves, red onion

S - mango

S - carrot sticks

D - Chipotle - chicken bol, no beans, white rice, romaine, pico, red salsa
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Old 07-06-2006, 05:22 AM   #3  
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Ah I know about clicks and waiting for it to feel right, but for now I'm just faking it. I don't feel all strong and hopefull and ON it, but I will fake it for now

grape nuts, puffed wheat, 200ml soya milk with 2 scoops protein powder

1 protein pancake, a few strawberries

jacket potato with cottage cheese

1/2 C oats with cottage cheese and raisins and spice and splenda

2 hours Kickboxing

Either protein bar or protein pancake, depending on how hungry I get during the day and whether I eat my other pancake or not!!!

apples & strawberries
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Old 07-06-2006, 05:45 AM   #4  
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ha, 5:44am and already a change to my plan--but at least I'm here to fess up, right? It's not too horrible...breakfast has changed from the whole-wheat tortilla w/ff cream cheese, strawberries, and glass of milk to a bowl of low-fat granola cereal w/skim milk and a sliced banana. It's my last bowl of cereal, though--the box is now empty! Even though it's low in fat, the cereal is a bit high in calories and sugar, and I can only blame those few almond slivers mixed in there so much for the calories
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Old 07-06-2006, 08:10 AM   #5  
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Breakfast- homemade pumpkin muffin
S-ff/sf latte
L-greek salad, raspberries and blueberries
D-minestrone soup, 1oz cheese and 6 triscuits
S-pria bar, 1 chocolate truffle
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:36 AM   #6  
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Yesterday D-Chicken. 1/2c Mashtaters, 1/2c mac and cheese.
I did 40 mins of walking but no swimming....

B- egg mc muffin
L- salad w/grilled chicken
D- not sure

Walking 40mins
Swimming 1hour

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Old 07-06-2006, 10:06 AM   #7  
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B - 1.5 cups skim milk, 3/4 cup frosted flakes

S - Nature valley Oats N' honey granola bars (2/pack)

L - 1 8 oz container plain nonfat Dannon yogurt
1/4 cup brown rice + cooked veggies

D - Same as B + roasted brussel sprouts (YUM)
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:37 AM   #8  
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Arrow Thursday's Game Plan ...

B: Slimfast
S: Apple
L: 1/2 Turkey, Lettuce, Cheddar on wheat, 1/2 peach
S: Apple, Balance Nutrient Bar
D: Lean Cusine Meal (shrimp and pasta maybe ....)
S: Weight Watchers Chocolate Muffin 120 cals
V: Women's Multi
Water: 130 oz
Exercise: 40 Min Treadmill, 15 Min Elliptical, 24 Min Stat. Bike, Walk up the stairs at least 2 times (4th Floor) at work today .... Walk home from gym appr. 15 mins....

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