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Everything Eaten Yesterday

 
 
jespah
 
  2  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 11:19 am
Journaling is really important for weight loss. I've been doing it since I started. It is, man, it's revealing.

Yesterday:
Breakfast:
Cheerios Cereal, 1 cup (1 serving)
sensible foods apple harvest, 1 serving
sensible foods orchard blend, 1 serving
Fish Oil Capsule, 1 serving

Lunch:
365 Organic Whole Wheat Penne Pasta, 1 cup
Smart Balance Buttery Spread, 1 tbsp
Tuna, Canned in Water, 3 oz
Spinach, frozen, 1 package (10 oz)

Dinner:
Mixed salad (14 oz bowlful), 1 serving
Skim Milk, 1 cup
Fruit Salad, 1 cup
Baked Potato, with skin, 1 large (3" to 4-1/4" dia.)
Morningstar Farms Philly Cheese Steak Burger (1 burger)

Snack:
Pears, fresh, 1 pear, medium (approx 2-1/2 per lb)
Stonyfield Farm Fat Free Key Lime, 6 oz

Calories: 1703
Carbs: 302 (a little high) g
Fat: 26 g
Protein: 85 g (on the low side, but within range)
Sodium: 2326 mg (just under the max)

1/273.4/0

I calculate the calories, etc. at Spark People.
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jespah
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 11:25 am
Oh, water should probably also be recorded. 64 oz. yesterday.
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Mame
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 02:08 pm
Breakfast:

1 cup coffee, fake sweetener, half-and-half
1 small bowl fruit salad
2 litres H20

Lunch:

1 litre H20
10 fresh cherries (approx) and 1 kiwi

Dinner:

Not there yet. Doubt I'll eat any due to serving 10 people tonight. But since I'm leaving tomorrow, I'm sure I'll have 3 glasses of chardonnay before bed!


1/137/0
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dagmaraka
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 02:17 pm
Great thread idea. Here goes my today:

Coffee with fat free milk
1/2 cup oatmeal (with nothing, just water)
Green tea - 3 cups over the day (just one teabag though)
2 tall glasses of water
1 can of lentil soup
Chicken stir fried over onions with one fresh tomato

oh, 47 grams of 72% dark chocolate (280 calories, not much more than a meal replacement bar)

will have salad after 2 hours in the gym. and some crimson berry tea.
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 02:26 pm
Good start from everyone. I'm very glad to have so much company.

What's in Vegamite? We 'mericans only know the word from singing "Who can it be now?" during Karaoke nights.

I love Rachlette cheese....I should never order it from the grocery. It comes. I cube it up and before I know it, 'tis gone.

Joe(erp)Nation
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CalamityJane
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 02:46 pm
Joe, here is a site that gives you the calorie count and fat content etc.
to it - excellent site http://www.fitday.com/

My day so far:

Breakfast: Grapenut cereal with blueberries
2 cups of coffee

Snack: 1 Avocado

Lunch: Pasta with pesto sauce
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littlek
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 08:12 pm
I think I'm done with food for the day.

2-3 cups granola
2 cups almond milk
16 ounces of black coffee

2 14 ounce glasses of water

maybe 3 cubic inches of cheese (mozz and manchego)

2 tofu dog corn dogs (some protein and iron, lots of sodium)
2 handfuls of dry pasta (didn't measure it cooked)
1.5 tablespoons pesto
2 cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 handful of chopped fresh basil and parsley

10 ounces tequila and limeade
(I'll probably have another one of those and another glass of water before bed)

No point in weighing my self again.

Day 2.
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dadpad
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 08:25 pm
Joe Nation wrote:


What's in Vegamite? We 'mericans only know the word from singing "Who can it be now?" during Karaoke nights.

Joe(erp)Nation


yeast extract
- salt
- mineral salt
- malt extract
- natural colour
- vegetable extract - which vegies? We don't know!
- thiamine
- riboflavin
- niacin
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dadpad
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 08:33 pm
littlek wrote:
dadpad wrote:

Marsbarsslice? Ricebubbles?


Ingredients
3 Mars Bars
90g butter
3 cups rice bubbles
200g melted chocolate (cooking or normal eating chocolate)

Method
Grease and line slice tin with baking paper
Melt Mars Bars with butter and mix with rice bubbles.
Pour mixture into tin.
Melt chocolate and pour over slice.
Let slice set in a cool place (or the fridge).
Remove slice from tin and cut into pieces.


http://torkee.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/rice-bubbles.jpg


http://lh4.ggpht.com/_PK98gCPdytg/Rwxbx0RcRUI/AAAAAAAAAno/4Ry1Fy535nU/DSC01670.JPG
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ossobuco
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 08:38 pm
rice krispies!

Looks like Mars Bars Rice Krispie treats..
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littlek
 
  1  
Sat 2 Aug, 2008 09:03 pm
oooooh, wow!
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 05:49 am
Thanks to everyone for the calorie counting websites. I'm checking them out.

So, I made a couple of errors yesterday.
1) I didn't write things down AS I ate them. That is supposed to be important and is because I had to spend several minutes recalling what I ate in the afternoon.

(I was just about to call in the boys from Guantanamo when I confessed.)

2)I went restaurant searching and found one.

3) I asked what was in Vegamite and was told..... yeast extract.
Hm. Ah. I guess if I were starving, maybe on a raft lost at sea and I had already eaten the entire Wilson soccerball....

Anyway, not a good day for me. Partly because of the day before, but still... .

Coffee
Bagel
waffle
two eggs
coffee
brownie
2 huge magaritas
Plate of Nachos w/ shredded chicken
(cheese, chips, guacamole, tomatos, peppers - very salty)

2/202.1/+2.0

Joe(Okay, Now, NOW I am with the program)Nation
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dadpad
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 06:28 am
smear the vegemite on the soccor bal prior to consuming.
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JPB
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 06:54 am
Yesterday was farmer's market day. I shoulda skipped the muffin. I asked for a bran muffin, got it home and discovered it was white flour, tons of sugar and a couple blueberries. I should have given it to one the girls. I ate half of it instead. The fresh blueberries, red pepper, radishes and sweet corn were all delicious -- I think I could be a vegetarian in the summertime.


first thing - 8 oz cranwater with 1 TBS ground flax seed
coffee - black, unsweetened

breakfast - 1/2 large blueberry muffin, 1/2 cup fresh blueberries

lunch - egg salad sandwich

mid-afternoon - red pepper strips with hummus

pre-dinner - 2 j-ritas (12 oz lime seltzer, splash of margarita mix, 1-2 oz tequilla)

dinner - leftover salad nicoise with hard boiled egg and radishes added, 2 ears fresh sweet corn

snack - english muffin with butter (shoulda skipped that too)


2/177/+0.5
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sozobe
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 07:23 am
Yeah, chocolate rice krispy bars...

Had a weird eating day yesterday, marked by a) really needing to go grocery shopping (will do today) and b) going to a party/cookout.

So:

Breakfast: Bowl (2-3 cups?) of Honey Nut cheerios with 2% milk, water to drink.

Snacks/ lunch (I never put a proper lunch together, just ate a bit of this and a bit of that until I wasn't hungry anymore -- sozlet got a proper lunch with remaining proper-lunch ingredients): Pickles, crackers (low-fat, from Trader Joe's), ~4 slices of pepperjack cheese, a slice of plain bread, orange juice, apricot, water.

Dinner: Hamburger with just mustard (a little girl was taking forever with the ketchup), fruit salad, veggie salad, some tortilla chips, water, and a brownie.
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jespah
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 09:11 am
I'd recommend, if you're trying to lose, to only weigh once or twice per week, and not every day. Women, particularly pre-menopausal women, have a lot of fluctuations, and really everyone does, not just because of food and exercise but also due to the weather (more or less sweating). Plus if you go to once or twice per week you're more likely to weigh at what's closer to the same time and under the same conditions (me, I weigh Monday AM, just got up, after first, uh, ablutions but haven't eaten anything yet, may have sipped a little water to take thyroid pill but nothing else, plus wearing skivvies and maybe a top but no pants or shoes). For maintenance, though, it does make sense to weigh more often because you can catch yourself before you possibly backslide a lot, plus it can represent a renewed daily commitment.

Yesterday:
Breakfast: Cheerios Cereal, 1 cup
Mixed fruit, 0.5 cup
Bread, whole wheat, 2 slices
Jam, 1 tbsp
Jif Creamy Peanut Butter, reduced fat, 1 tbsp

Lunch:
Mixed greens salad (14 oz)
Feta Cheese, 0.5 oz
Bread, pita, white, 0.5 pita, large (6-1/2" dia)
Roasted Vegetables, 0.5 cup
White Rice, medium grain, 0.5 cup
Sour Cream, 1 tbsp

Dinner: Couscous, 1 cup
Skim Milk, 1 cup
Mixed greens salad (14 oz)
Halibut, 4 oz
Asparagus, 4 medium (5-1/4" to 7" long) spears
Salt-free homemade guacamole, 1 Tablespoon

Snack: Mixed fruit, 1 cup
Stonyfield Farm Fat Free Chocolate, 6 oz

CALORIES 1788 CARBS 285 g FAT 35 g PROTEIN 89 g Sodium 1693 mg

81 oz water

2/273.4/0 (tomorrow I will officially weigh in)
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ossobuco
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 12:03 pm
2/no weigh

coffee, splash half and half, 1/2 tsp sugar

raw carrots, three green olives with almonds

about a dozen raw almonds

1 glass lowfat chocolate milk

guacamole with 1 piece of pan bigio toast

romaine lettuce salad, splash of olive oil. red wine vinegar

big burrito w/black beans, raw onions, mozzarella cheese, pork adobo

2 glasses mineral water diluted grape juice

2 glasses limeade/mineral water/rum/ice

2 glasses mineral water
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Swimpy
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 12:48 pm
I'll get this right yet.

Yesterday:

non-fat chai (12 oz)
tomater

apple walnut salad

fudgesicle

half of a smoked turkey on whole wheat sandwich

dreamsicle

Exercise: walked 4 miles

1/150/0
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George
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 01:38 pm
Nature Valley crunchy granola bar

Leftover spaghetti with 2 meatballs

Large chocolate chip cookie

clementine

Gin

Wine

Rack of ribs
Sweet potato
Fresh fruit salad (cantalope & kiwi)

Small eclair

(Jeez, it looks like a lot when you write it out)

1/173.2/1.6
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Sun 3 Aug, 2008 06:54 pm
Jespah, I'm with you all the way on weighing. You don't need to do it everyday, but forget " the skivvies and maybe a top" stuff. Weigh just you. Then you can't think "Um....this is a mightly heavy cotton tee-shirt." Very Happy

Had a good day. A nice run in my new shoes. Kept my mouth shut most of the time.

Joe(see you tomorrow)Nation
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