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Old 02-19-2008, 04:54 PM   #131
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Well, let's see. So far, I had a polycosinal capsule, a glucosimine capsule, a multi-vitamin, a Zantac, and two fish oil capsules with an Ovaltine chaser for breakfast, two cups of coffee between breakfast and lunch, tuna salad on 100% whole wheat for lunch, and a piece of Marie Callender's peach pie for dessert. Supper will be a fairly large Caesar salad and a glass of BV Coastal Estates 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon for supper. If I feel hungry before bed, I'll add a carton of Lucerne Light (no high fructose corn syrup) yogurt and perhaps a couple of small chocolate chip cookies.
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Old 02-19-2008, 05:29 PM   #132
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doing well today except I keep sneaking a small handful of White chocolate chips that was opened and only half used.
I think I better bake something with them before I munch the whole other half of the bag!
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:23 PM   #133
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being good today

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doing well today except I keep sneaking a small handful of White chocolate chips that was opened and only half used.
I think I better bake something with them before I munch the whole other half of the bag!
i ate a bag of milk chocolate chip a couple days ago.

today i was more on target

breakfast- one egg, 2 pieces bacon, 1/2 piece toast, and 1 tablespoon low sugar orange marmlade.

lunch,
one tangelo from my tree. one pieces provalone cheese

cooking in crockpot, chicken thighs , onions, mushrooms and a sauce i made with chicken stock, hosin sauce and low sugar orange marmlade. will throw some very thin frido noodles at last min or so

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Old 02-19-2008, 06:32 PM   #134
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oh good its not just me!!!!!
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:35 PM   #135
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So far today I have had - Breakfast: Banana, toast w/peanut butter and raspberry jam, Lunch: Cuban sandwich from the co-op and some Lite Cheddar Puffs, oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. Not too bad, but I will need to get a bunch of veggies in at dinner! I'm thinking of making a veggie soup.
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:29 AM   #136
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For lunch I had a couple of Burger King double cheeseburgers without the bun. For dinner I ate at work- bacon wrapped scallops, finished under the broiler on a sizzler with some Chardonney.
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Old 02-23-2008, 10:58 AM   #137
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i can tell you what i've eaten all week, let alone all day. been down with the flu, so food was far from my mind.

since monday, i've had a half pint of veggie fried rice, about 6 ozs. of chinese marinated strip steak, and a bacon/egg/cheese on toast sammich.

last night, i finally felt well enough to eat, so i picked up a pizza and had a coupla slices with raw onion and sriracha.
it wasn't a good idea for my stomach, but it was tasty.
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Old 02-25-2008, 06:10 AM   #138
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I did really well last week, lost another 2 pounds.
Then yesterday at work they were throwing away the stale muffins....
I had a cherry cheesecake muffin which are about 530 cal and 32 gr fat..... See.. tasty!
But I figure it's ok on work days because I researched a little and I burn about 300 calories an hour and I usually work at least 6 hours.
What's not ok is that I brought a bunch more home....... and dont work again til the weekend. OOPS!!
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:00 PM   #139
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So far today, I've eaten:

2 bowls instant Quaker "maple brown sugar" oatmeal.

1 slice of tomato & mozz pizza

Proscuitto, fig jam, gorgonzola, marscapone sammich on walnut bread

1 cup seafood chowder



I'm also not on a diet and I'm a 26 year old man who can probably metabolize 3,500 calories a day sitting in front of a computer. As long as I don't eat tons of high-cholesterol salty saturated fatty-licious junk food, I don't feel bad about just eating when I get hungry.
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:16 PM   #140
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So far today, I've eaten:

2 bowls instant Quaker "maple brown sugar" oatmeal.

1 slice of tomato & mozz pizza

Proscuitto, fig jam, gorgonzola, marscapone sammich on walnut bread

1 cup seafood chowder
I want what you're having!! (minus the chowder)

I'm a late riser, so all I have had so far is pancakes, but I made them "healthier" with reduced fat and added wheat bran and ground flax seed. I guess I'll have to start thinking about lunch in a couple of hours.....
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