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REPORTING IN - 2/23/05
      #153071 - 02/23/05 06:34 AM
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Everyone post their report for what you did on 2/23 here.... mine will follow later....

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153156 - 02/23/05 10:04 AM
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Sparky's 1st Report In

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Today's food intake:
Breakfast - OJ w/fiber, cream of wheat (made w/soy milk) topped with dried mango. Coffee w/cream&sugar (naughty but impossible to give up)
Snack - apple
Lunch - Lemon pepper turkey on sourdough with mustard and soy cheddar.
Dinner plans: zuchini,yellow squash, and peppers sauteed w/mushrooms in olive oil and garlic served w/penne and TJ's roasted red pepper marinara. And maybe a small glass of 2 Buck Chuck Merlot if I am good





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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153167 - 02/23/05 10:16 AM
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Sparky's 1st Report In

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Today's food intake:
Breakfast - OJ w/fiber, cream of wheat (made w/soy milk) topped with dried mango. Hey, dried mango, that is a great idea!
Coffee w/cream&sugar (naughty but impossible to give up) I did not see this

Snack - apple

Lunch - Lemon pepper turkey on sourdough with mustard and soy cheddar. Oh, YUM!! Was is like turkey lunchmeat or like thicker turkey breast?

Dinner plans: zuchini,yellow squash, and peppers sauteed w/mushrooms in olive oil and garlic served w/penne and TJ's roasted red pepper marinara. Sounds fabulous! And maybe a small glass of 2 Buck Chuck Merlot if I am good








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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153210 - 02/23/05 11:13 AM
Sparky

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Thanks, Shell, for the comments here and in my other post. Btw, of course I saw your article and thanks again for sharing your story!! You and your hubby look GREAT in the "after" picture. I can sympathize about being sick on planes - I was stuck on a flight from Louisville to Detroit on a plane with no working bathroom and the worst stomach ache of my life! I ended up passing out from it and freaked everyone out and they called paramedics to meet us at the gate even tho I came to by then. The EMTs had to go in the bathroom with me at the airport. . . soooooo embarassing! But anyway -

The turkey was lunchmeat, got it in the deli. Yeah, I thought dried mango was a good idea too until I got it home from the store and saw there was added sugar! So I will stick with dried apricots and golden raisins, which have a lot of sugar but at least it is "natural" and not refined.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153231 - 02/23/05 11:33 AM
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Thanks, Shell, for the comments here and in my other post. Btw, of course I saw your article and thanks again for sharing your story!! You and your hubby look GREAT in the "after" picture. Thanks! I can sympathize about being sick on planes - I was stuck on a flight from Louisville to Detroit on a plane with no working bathroom and the worst stomach ache of my life! I ended up passing out from it and freaked everyone out and they called paramedics to meet us at the gate even tho I came to by then. The EMTs had to go in the bathroom with me at the airport. . . soooooo embarassing! But anyway - Oh, how scarry and embarassing!

The turkey was lunchmeat, got it in the deli. Yeah, I thought dried mango was a good idea too until I got it home from the store and saw there was added sugar! Oh, shoot!! I just read on the recipe board where you can dry your mango slices in the oven... I will do some more research on that and let you know. So I will stick with dried apricots and golden raisins, which have a lot of sugar but at least it is "natural" and not refined.




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healthy again.. so reporting in... new
      #153248 - 02/23/05 12:02 PM
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cheerios and rice milk- breakfast
luna bar- snack
1 cup vegetarian chili and 1 baked apple- lunch
luna bar- snack

DH got me a chicken burrito to reheat for dinner!

exercise- dug out trash cans, slid under car and got trash can to curb, put out 10! empty 5 gallon water jugs as well!

I will use the elliptical machine at the house this afternoon. I'll start riding a bike again on Fri. Monday I helped friends move and even got the mattress and box spring down 2 flights of steps.. and yesterday was my first day back at work, and I walked the aisles of meijers and grocery shopped after.

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Day 16 NO SUGAR! new
      #153256 - 02/23/05 12:24 PM
Snow for Sarala

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I'm on day 16 no sugar! i don't even crave the stuff! Eating soooo healthy! Rice pasta, veggie soups, 1 apple, 1 pear, and a 3rd fruit every day (yesterday it was red grapes), drinking TONS of water and teas, lentils and beans, doing yoga twice a day and biking once a day....feeling GREAT (minus the migrianes...but they seemed to be triggered by the computer screen ).

Chewing my food nice and slow. Posture looking good! BMing daily (and I'm IBS C!) Lost 5 lbs in 3 weeks! Yippeeeee!

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153275 - 02/23/05 12:57 PM
e_mcmaster

Reged: 01/16/05
Posts: 520
Loc: Norman, Oklahoma

B - 1 packet Oatmeal + 1/4 cup Oatmeal, 1 cup soymilk, 1 piece French bread
S - 1 serving Honeycombs
S - Luna bar
L - leftover pasta with chicken, broccoli and marinara sauce, piece of french bread, antidepressant brownie
S - banana & low-fat cinnamon graham crackers before w/o
S - 1.5 cups Lite chocolate soymilk, 1 scoop Chocolate Soy Protein powder, 1 tsp Glutamine
D - 1.5 servings Chik'n Nuggets with 1 cup steamed green beans, 1 cup pineapple chunks, peaches & mandarin oranges

Total: 2024 cal*, 30g fat, 125g protein

*too little calories - I'm still recovering from being sick, but I need to add about 300 more calories per day

W/O: Lift Chest, Shoulders & Back - 45min, Stair Climber - 30 min

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Doing better this evening... new
      #153276 - 02/23/05 12:58 PM
Linz

Reged: 09/01/03
Posts: 8242
Loc: England

...I've had 3 glasses of water and made a big veggie and quorn risotto for dinner. Had tinned pears for pud - Dahlia/Ruchie, do you count tinned fruit as proper fruit? It seems like a cheat to me, but as I'm so IF sensitive it's the easiest way for me to eat lots of fruit.

Tomorrow WILL be better!

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What's tinned fruit?
      #153283 - 02/23/05 01:11 PM
Snow for Sarala

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Sounds like he water's coming along...keep drinking it! What is quorn?

Hope Dalia finds her way to this post....she could def. help.
(Maybe I can after I know what you're eating )

Keep well Linz! *hugs*

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