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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
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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
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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
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...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? new
      #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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Canned fruit? - nt new
      #153285 - 02/23/05 01:12 PM
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Re: Day 16 NO SUGAR! new
      #153293 - 02/23/05 01:18 PM
Yoda (formerly Hans)

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Way to go girl! Keep up the excellent work!

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Oh! new
      #153295 - 02/23/05 01:20 PM
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LOL Canned fruit. I would say to eat a baked apple over canned fruit. But Dalia is truly the expert here. Maybe you could post this on the LR...I know she posts there often.

I also took out all white flour btw. I only eat whole grains like quinoa, millet, and brown rice (IBS safe variety). I eat a ton of beans and lentils (mash em if it helps), and roasted/stemed veggies.

I'm sure Dalia can help muh more than I can as I'm still new at this.....but all I can say is I hopeyou feel good SOON!!!! *hugs*

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Oh! new
      #153296 - 02/23/05 01:20 PM
Snow for Sarala

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LOL Canned fruit. I would say to eat a baked apple over canned fruit. But Dalia is truly the expert here. Maybe you could post this on the LR...I know she posts there often.

I also took out all white flour btw. I only eat whole grains like quinoa, millet, and brown rice (IBS safe variety). I eat a ton of beans and lentils (mash em if it helps), and roasted/stemed veggies.

I'm sure Dalia can help muh more than I can as I'm still new at this.....but all I can say for sure is I hope you feel good SOON!!!! *hugs*

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congrats ruchie new
      #153364 - 02/23/05 02:58 PM
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keep it up

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Oh Ruchie!! new
      #153379 - 02/23/05 04:04 PM
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YOU GO GIRL!!! What a fabulous update!

I still owe you email! Tonight!

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Re: healthy again.. so reporting in... new
      #153381 - 02/23/05 04:06 PM
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cheerios and rice milk- breakfast
luna bar- snack
1 cup vegetarian chili and 1 baked apple- lunch baked apple, that is a good idea.... do you really use the oven or do ya nuke it?
luna bar- snack

DH got me a chicken burrito to reheat for dinner! that was sweet...least he could do for not taking out the trash and fixin the blower!! LOL

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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Re: Day 16 NO SUGAR! new
      #153382 - 02/23/05 04:07 PM
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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: Oh! new
      #153383 - 02/23/05 04:07 PM
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I'm not Dalia and I'm not eating the same way as you guys, I don't think, but I do count tinned/canned fruit as a serving of fruit. However, I also make sure to buy only fruit packed in pear juice... fruit packed in syrup seems more like dessert than something good for you. LOL!

But that's just me.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153387 - 02/23/05 04:11 PM
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First off.... you look like someone I've seen before but can't figure out where or who! LOL

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 No that sounds like a nice filling lunch! YUM
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 (is this what you always drink after working out, or just on days that you lift?)
D - 1.5 servings Chik'n Nuggets REAL or tofu? 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 GREAT workout!!




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Re: Doing better this evening... new
      #153389 - 02/23/05 04:15 PM
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I'm glad your doing better.... ...I've had 3 glasses of water and made a big veggie and quorn risotto for dinner. that sounds good too! Had tinned pears for pud - Dahlia/Ruchie, do you count tinned fruit as proper fruit? I would think so....just like fruit cocktail in a can right? 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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REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153410 - 02/23/05 05:12 PM
atomic rose

Reged: 06/01/04
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Loc: Maine (IBS-A stable since July '05!)

Breakfast: oatmeal w/ banana, brown sugar, & pumpkin pie spice
Lunch: vegetable-rice scramble
Snacks: toast w/ jelly, banana bread, mandarin orange cake, bagel
Dinner: baked fish, oven fries, carrots

Food & drinks total: 1678, without any more snacks
Fruits & veggies: banana, veggies in lunch, potato, carrots = 4

Activity:
housework -100
45 mins bellydance -100 (I don't know, I'm totally guessing here... this was my first time ever trying bellydance, and I stink at it, but it's fun! I actually ran through part of the DVD twice because I liked it so much!)

I was doing well today until I had to get on the phone and start dealing with MaineCare (Medicaid) and my new doctor's office... everyone is so incompetent, and the receptionist at the dr's just makes my blood boil, she's so rude. By the time I got done doing what I needed to do, I felt like poking someone's eyes out. LOL So what did I do? I went to the kitchen and ate a bagel. I know I could have done worse, but I've spent the rest of the day kicking myself for being a stress eater. It seems like I ALWAYS screw up because of emotion/stress, and I don't know what to do about it that I haven't already tried and failed at.

Tomorrow is another day.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153419 - 02/23/05 05:48 PM
e_mcmaster

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Quote:

Quote:


First off.... you look like someone I've seen before but can't figure out where or who! LOL

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 No that sounds like a nice filling lunch! YUM
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 (is this what you always drink after working out, or just on days that you lift?)
D - 1.5 servings Chik'n Nuggets REAL or tofu? 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 GREAT workout!!







Hi Shell!

I always drink a protein shake after lifting (which I do 3 days a week), but I try to do so after doing just cardio (1 day a week) and swimming (2 days a week).

The Chik'n Nuggets are tofu - Morningstar Farms brand, I believe. SO good!

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153491 - 02/23/05 10:42 PM
Stephie

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Posts: 2696
Loc: Vancouver, Canada

Hi guys,
I had another strange day today.. I am still feeling pretty low, but here goes my reporting in for today:

Exercise: 20 minutes of eliptical, 130 calories burned.
Food Budget: 1355 calories

Breakfast: Lemon Zest Luna Bar = 180 calories

Snack: 3 arrowroot cookies and one small piece peppermint fudge cake = 290 calories

Lunch: 30 g pretzels, 4 arrowroot cookies = 240 calories

** I ate so little because I was in a real rush between classes and getting my hair done (which I hate ) and then when I got home, I felt really sick - headache and nauseous. I got so nauseous, I threw up and couldn't eat dinner**

Snack at around 9 pm: Sourdough english muffin, some peanut butter = 195 calories

For a TOTAL of = 905 calories, I think.. except I guess I lost some when I threw up.. and it's about 1030 here now, and I really feel like I might throw up again so maybe I'll lose my english muffin too.

I DID have all the water I should have today, though.. although again threw some of it up. Blech.

Everyone else seems like they are doing kick-butt though, keep up the good work!!

--Steph



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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153495 - 02/23/05 11:33 PM
Charity

Reged: 02/23/05
Posts: 1
Loc: Utah

Hi, I'm new. I decided to give this a shot because I feel so alone in my diet challenges. I'm already feeling like my excuses are no longer legitimate after reading your entries. No one in my social circle needs to avoid the foods that I need to so I've just dealt with the symptoms because I don't want stand out. I can see that if I'm going to lose weight and feel better, i'm going to have to step out of my comfort zone. I'll "report in" tommorrow.

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Re: Doing better this evening... new
      #153496 - 02/24/05 12:40 AM
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Hi Linz-

I'm not an expert here, but I know tinned fruit is supposed to have a lot more nutrients than most supermarket fruit, so if you have a hard time with fruit, it may well be a good option for you. I always get fruit which is tinned in its own juices, not sugary syrup.

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Shell- new
      #153519 - 02/24/05 04:01 AM
khyricat

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last night when I made more I baked them in the oven because I was making a cake too... mostly I nuke them... 2 at a time, 1 for then and one for later.. 7- 8 minutes... and fill core with cinnamon and some brown sugar... then drizzle 2 tbs water into the dish..

I also sometimes bake moms apple cake, but I can't as easily as my apple machine is in the storage locker...

slice apples and layer them with cinamon and some brown sugar and 1 egg (beaten with the cinnamon and brown sugar or just drizzled) into a springform till full.. 1 egg is normally enough to help it hold its shape for serving, and its YUMMY basically a baked apple but in cake form...

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I've heard that too... new
      #153523 - 02/24/05 04:23 AM
atomic rose

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And same with frozen vegetables. Especially in winter or "off season", preserved produce is often better for you than the stuff they've harvested unripe from another country and imported.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153542 - 02/24/05 05:50 AM
Yoda (formerly Hans)

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Loc: Canada

26 points (target 22). Plus weight training.

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my report... new
      #153587 - 02/24/05 07:52 AM
RachelT

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Posts: 2350
Loc: Minnesota

Breakfast - oatmeal w/ sugar & cinnamon
Lunch - PB&J on homemade white bread, potato chips
Dinner - grilled chicken breast, oven fries and 2 fruit cups
Snack - a small handfull of pistachios
Water - despite the fact that I had a yucky tummy until the evening, I somehow managed to consume more than 64oz.
Excercise - I was going to do some cardio at the gym, but because of my tummy, I never left the house.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153603 - 02/24/05 08:30 AM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

OK... here is my reporting in......

My BMR = 2408 + I burned 1320 calories 60 minutes Turbo Kick Boxing Class - 1246 less calories to get to my goal = 2482 calorie food budget .

TURBO KICK BOXING Pre-designed Kickboxing interval class using no equipment. Cardio section uses intensity drills and increased energy sprints followed by work recovery segments.



Breakfast: 170 calories Toasted Nuts N Cranberry Luna bar & Water

Lunch : 297 calories Subway Sandwich (6" White w/Tuna, Easy Lettuce and Pickle) & water

Snacks during the day: 528 calories 1 Bing Cherries, Baked Lays, 10 Gummy Hearts & Water

Dinner: 445 calories Chicken Stroganoff & Water

Fiber Pills: 2.25 calories total

Without any more snacks at all....(subject to change) = 1442.25 calories

Total Water intake = 64oz

I DID have UFO w/more water. So that DID add 250 calories for a total of 1692.25 still in my budget



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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153607 - 02/24/05 08:39 AM
Shell Marr

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Breakfast: oatmeal w/ banana, brown sugar, & pumpkin pie spice droolin here!
Lunch: vegetable-rice scramble
Snacks: toast w/ jelly, banana bread, mandarin orange cake, bagel
Dinner: baked fish, oven fries, carrots

Food & drinks total: 1678, without any more snacks
Fruits & veggies: banana, veggies in lunch, potato, carrots = 4

Activity:
housework -100
45 mins bellydance -100 (I don't know, I'm totally guessing here... this was my first time ever trying bellydance, and I stink at it, but it's fun! I actually ran through part of the DVD twice because I liked it so much!) Here...go to this web page to figure out how much you REALLY burned....if it were ME, I would have burned 596 calories in one hour.

I was doing well today until I had to get on the phone and start dealing with MaineCare (Medicaid) and my new doctor's office... everyone is so incompetent, and the receptionist at the dr's just makes my blood boil, she's so rude. By the time I got done doing what I needed to do, I felt like poking someone's eyes out. LOL So what did I do? poked someones eye out? LOL I did not really think so.... I went to the kitchen and ate a bagel. I know I could have done worse, but I've spent the rest of the day kicking myself for being a stress eater. It seems like I ALWAYS screw up because of emotion/stress, and I don't know what to do about it that I haven't already tried and failed at. Gosh, I wish I knew what to say here... I know this is a battle for you and I'm sure many others, I'm hoping others can help me out here.

Tomorrow is another day. YES.....it IS!!




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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153608 - 02/24/05 08:40 AM
melitami

Reged: 02/23/04
Posts: 1213
Loc: Ewing, NJ, USA (IBS-D, Vegetarian)

Feeling a little better, so yesterday was a little better than the day before...

Breakfast: toasted plain bagel with pumpkin butter (do I need to send you some next time I make it, Shell? )
At work: cup of unsweetened applesauce, piece of spinach bread, plain bagel with smidge of peanut butter and seedless strawberry jelly, plain white rice with cheddar rice cheese
During class: 1 1/2 oz FF sourdough pretzel nuggets

water: 42 oz (a little better, working on it)

exercise: 20 minute walk to work with laptop bag, 20 minute walk home without laptop bag (bf insisted on carrying it home)

Question for Shell: How do you figure out your BMR?

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153609 - 02/24/05 08:41 AM
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First off.... you look like someone I've seen before but can't figure out where or who! LOL

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 No that sounds like a nice filling lunch! YUM
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 (is this what you always drink after working out, or just on days that you lift?)
D - 1.5 servings Chik'n Nuggets REAL or tofu? 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 GREAT workout!!







Hi Shell!

I always drink a protein shake after lifting (which I do 3 days a week), but I try to do so after doing just cardio (1 day a week) and swimming (2 days a week). You have a great routine!! Could you do me a favor and figure out the calories in one of your shakes for me? Yours sounds really good... I might like to start drinking one on Tues & Thurs when I do weights...

The Chik'n Nuggets are tofu - Morningstar Farms brand, I believe. SO good! Thanks, I'll have to give those a try sometime.




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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153611 - 02/24/05 08:45 AM
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Hi guys,
I had another strange day today.. I am still feeling pretty low, but here goes my reporting in for today:

Exercise: 20 minutes of eliptical, 130 calories burned.
Food Budget: 1355 calories

Breakfast: Lemon Zest Luna Bar = 180 calories I'm glad you like those...

Snack: 3 arrowroot cookies and one small piece peppermint fudge cake = 290 calories

Lunch: 30 g pretzels, 4 arrowroot cookies = 240 calories

** I ate so little because I was in a real rush between classes and getting my hair done (which I hate ) and then when I got home, I felt really sick - headache and nauseous. I got so nauseous, I threw up and couldn't eat dinner** AAwwww.... I'm sorry you were sick... your not prego are ya? I'm sure your hair is beautiful....just like you... can we see a pic when you have time?

Snack at around 9 pm: Sourdough english muffin, some peanut butter = 195 calories Oh, good....I'm glad you got something in ya.

For a TOTAL of = 905 calories, I think.. except I guess I lost some when I threw up.. and it's about 1030 here now, and I really feel like I might throw up again so maybe I'll lose my english muffin too. OH NO!!

I DID have all the water I should have today, though.. although again threw some of it up. Blech. LOL Your so funny!!

Everyone else seems like they are doing kick-butt though, keep up the good work!!

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153613 - 02/24/05 08:48 AM
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Hi, I'm new. Welcome Charity! I decided to give this a shot because I feel so alone in my diet challenges. Well, your NOT!! I'm already feeling like my excuses are no longer legitimate after reading your entries. No one in my social circle needs to avoid the foods that I need to so I've just dealt with the symptoms because I don't want stand out. No more just "dealing with it" you really can feel better and still have yummy foods I can see that if I'm going to lose weight and feel better, i'm going to have to step out of my comfort zone. YAH....I'm so proud of you...we are all here for ya...if you have any questions...ask away! I'll "report in" tommorrow. See ya soon!




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Amie new
      #153614 - 02/24/05 08:52 AM
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last night when I made more I baked them in the oven because I was making a cake too... mostly I nuke them... 2 at a time, 1 for then and one for later.. 7- 8 minutes... and fill core with cinnamon and some brown sugar... then drizzle 2 tbs water into the dish.. How easy...do you remove the skin before you cook?

I also sometimes bake moms apple cake, but I can't as easily as my apple machine is in the storage locker...

slice apples and layer them with cinamon and some brown sugar and 1 egg (beaten with the cinnamon and brown sugar or just drizzled) into a springform till full.. 1 egg is normally enough to help it hold its shape for serving, and its YUMMY basically a baked apple but in cake form... Great idea...and not many ingrediants either.... thanks!




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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153615 - 02/24/05 08:54 AM
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26 points (target 22). Plus weight training.


That's ok.... your close I'm happy that your getting your weight training in too.... are you also getting some cardio? Cardio is very important....

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Re: my report... new
      #153617 - 02/24/05 08:56 AM
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Breakfast - oatmeal w/ sugar & cinnamon
Lunch - PB&J on homemade white bread, potato chips
Dinner - grilled chicken breast, oven fries and 2 fruit cups
Snack - a small handfull of pistachios UUmm.... those would taste really good inside some ice cream...hehehe JUST KIDDING!!
Water - despite the fact that I had a yucky tummy until the evening, I somehow managed to consume more than 64oz. YAH!
Exercise - I was going to do some cardio at the gym, but because of my tummy, I never left the house. You poor thing.....I hope your feeling better today.




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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153623 - 02/24/05 09:15 AM
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Feeling a little better, so yesterday was a little better than the day before... Glad to hear that...

Breakfast: toasted plain bagel with pumpkin butter (do I need to send you some next time I make it, Shell? ) LOL... that is sweet... nah...I'll get around to it...in my spare time! LOL Thanks for the offer.
At work: cup of unsweetened applesauce, piece of spinach bread, plain bagel with smidge of peanut butter and seedless strawberry jelly, plain white rice with cheddar rice cheese
During class: 1 1/2 oz FF sourdough pretzel nuggets

water: 42 oz (a little better, working on it) me too!

exercise: 20 minute walk to work with laptop bag, 20 minute walk home without laptop bag (bf insisted on carrying it home) LOL...

Question for Shell: How do you figure out your BMR? I will reply to this....but have to think it out before posting... LOL I'll be back!!




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but canned/tinned fruit... new
      #153656 - 02/24/05 10:04 AM
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has less fiber. Most of the cans of peaches, for example list 0 grams of fiber or >1 gram. That's why I try to go for the fresher fruit and peel and/or cook it.

Am I wrong?

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spinach bread? new
      #153657 - 02/24/05 10:06 AM
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Do you need a breadmaker to make this bread. I saw the recipe on an earlier post to Casey, but it required a breadmaker. Is this the only way to make it?

Also, how do you make pumpkin butter safely and how long does it last? I need a recipe without much spice.

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Re: spinach bread? new
      #153663 - 02/24/05 10:31 AM
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I make the spinach bread in a bread machine, so I'm not sure how to do it without one, because it would probably need to a few good kneadings and some rise time, so it would be a lot of work.

As for the pumpkin butter, I use this recipe from the boards: Pumpkin Butter

You can adjust the spices to your liking. I tend to use a 28 oz can of pumpkin to make an about 3 cup batch, but I only add about 1 1/2 cups of sugar instead of the 3 that it should have. I usually use the 3 cups up in about 2 weeks since I eat it every morning, but I think the recipe says it'll keep for 4-6 weeks in the fridge.

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Re: spinach bread? new
      #153673 - 02/24/05 10:40 AM
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I make the spinach bread in a bread machine, so I'm not sure how to do it without one, because it would probably need to a few good kneadings and some rise time, so it would be a lot of work.

As for the pumpkin butter, I use this recipe from the boards: Pumpkin Butter

You can adjust the spices to your liking. I tend to use a 28 oz can of pumpkin to make an about 3 cup batch, but I only add about 1 1/2 cups of sugar instead of the 3 that it should have. I usually use the 3 cups up in about 2 weeks since I eat it every morning, but I think the recipe says it'll keep for 4-6 weeks in the fridge.




So, if I did the math right....this is what YOU make??

Fat-free Spicy Pumpkin Butter

28oz canned pureed pumpkin
1-1/2 cup sugar
3 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
3/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves (maybe a little less)
6 tablespoons lemon juice

Combine all in a glass bowl (for microwave) or nonreactive saucepan (for stovetop). Microwave on high for 5 minutes, stirring twice, or, on stovetop over medium-high heat, stir until boiling and continue to boil 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Cool. Store, refrigerated, for 4 to 6 weeks. Makes about 3.5 cups.


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Oh neat! new
      #153674 - 02/24/05 10:40 AM
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I'm bookmarking that site for sure! That rules! Thank you!

The thing with the bellydancing is that I only really *danced* for about 20 minutes... the rest was learning the moves and warming up, which is pretty much just stretching. I wouldn't really consider that "bellydancing", so I just put in what I thought it would be, and it came to 128 calories burned. I wasn't too far off!

It also told me my BMR was only 1300 calories a day though. I have enough trouble keeping it under 2000 - I think that's way off base! LOL

Anyway, thanks Shell!

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Re: spinach bread? new
      #153691 - 02/24/05 11:17 AM
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I make the spinach bread in a bread machine, so I'm not sure how to do it without one, because it would probably need to a few good kneadings and some rise time, so it would be a lot of work.

As for the pumpkin butter, I use this recipe from the boards: Pumpkin Butter

You can adjust the spices to your liking. I tend to use a 28 oz can of pumpkin to make an about 3 cup batch, but I only add about 1 1/2 cups of sugar instead of the 3 that it should have. I usually use the 3 cups up in about 2 weeks since I eat it every morning, but I think the recipe says it'll keep for 4-6 weeks in the fridge.




So, if I did the math right....this is what YOU make??

Fat-free Spicy Pumpkin Butter

28oz canned pureed pumpkin
1-1/2 cup sugar
3 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
3/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves (maybe a little less)
6 tablespoons lemon juice

Combine all in a glass bowl (for microwave) or nonreactive saucepan (for stovetop). Microwave on high for 5 minutes, stirring twice, or, on stovetop over medium-high heat, stir until boiling and continue to boil 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Cool. Store, refrigerated, for 4 to 6 weeks. Makes about 3.5 cups.





Pretty much. I do it on the stove instead of in the microwave, and I don't think I add the whole 6 tbsp of lemon juice, I think I added 3 or 4 last time, adding all 6 makes it a little watery. I do add all of the spices though because I love those

It's just easier for me to make the big batch every few weeks since I eat it all the time (my bf does too when he's over, he loves it as well), than to make a smaller batch like the recipe calls for. You might want to make a smaller batch the first time to make sure you like it and it works for your tummy.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153718 - 02/24/05 12:21 PM
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I do cardio whenever I can but I have to go to the gym for it, which means needing a babysitter. I make it for sure on Sat and Sun and I do 45 minutes each time (just walking on the treadmill but still).

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153723 - 02/24/05 12:33 PM
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I do cardio whenever I can but I have to go to the gym for it, which means needing a babysitter. I make it for sure on Sat and Sun and I do 45 minutes each time (just walking on the treadmill but still).




That is great that you do that on Sat & Sun and 45 mins is perfect.... Question.... can you put the kids in a stroller if needed and go for a walk in your neighborhood? Even 20-30 mins?

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153725 - 02/24/05 12:41 PM
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I have to get my 3 year old to walk on the sidewalk. It will be good practice once the weather warms up. The stroller is too hard to push with snow and slush around. I'm hoping once the weather is warmer I can take them out to my in-law's farm and walk in the back 40. Maybe they'll even babysit if I try to take it as a run.... Can't wait for this nasty weather to go away!

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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #153737 - 02/24/05 01:04 PM
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I have to get my 3 year old to walk on the sidewalk. It will be good practice once the weather warms up. The stroller is too hard to push with snow and slush around. I'm hoping once the weather is warmer I can take them out to my in-law's farm and walk in the back 40. Maybe they'll even babysit if I try to take it as a run.... Can't wait for this nasty weather to go away!




Oh, I did not even think about the weathe being different where you are.... I've got sun out and the door open to my office so I can hear the birds chirping.... yea, when the weather changes that will be nice.... you could always get that strip tease video for home....LOL

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Well... new
      #153860 - 02/24/05 09:20 PM
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Insoluble fiber is insoluble fiber, period. It doesn't matter if you cook it, mash it, etc, it's still insoluble fiber. I don't think the amount of fiber in something decreases when you cook/mash it - I think it just breaks down a little so it's easier to digest.

What DOES drastically reduce the fiber in something is peeling it, so if you're not eating the skin, you're probably getting about the same amount of fiber as you would from canned.

(I've done a lot of home canning, btw. The process of canning is essentially cooking the fruit... so if you're eating it straight out of a can, or if you're peeling it and then cooking it yourself, it's essentially the same thing. The biggest difference is sugar content, but if you buy juice-packed fruit, you minimize that as well. Mind you, fresh fruit in season definitely TASTES better than stuff out of a can, but nutritionally, it shouldn't be all that different if you're essentially "processing" it the same way.)

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Amie, I'm confused... new
      #153875 - 02/24/05 10:33 PM
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last night when I made more I baked them in the oven because I was making a cake too... mostly I nuke them... 2 at a time, 1 for then and one for later.. 7- 8 minutes... and fill core with cinnamon and some brown sugar... then drizzle 2 tbs water into the dish..

I also sometimes bake moms apple cake, but I can't as easily as my apple machine is in the storage locker...

About this: slice apples and layer them with cinamon and some brown sugar and 1 egg (beaten with the cinnamon and brown sugar or just drizzled) into a springform till full.. 1 egg is normally enough to help it hold its shape for serving, and its YUMMY basically a baked apple but in cake form... Would you mind giving us more specifics? It sounds great..but only 4 ingredients? And how many apples/eggs to what size springform? This is new to me. Thanks, Kandee




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Re: REPORTING IN - 2/23/05 new
      #154571 - 02/26/05 09:58 PM
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First off.... you look like someone I've seen before but can't figure out where or who! LOL

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 No that sounds like a nice filling lunch! YUM
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 (is this what you always drink after working out, or just on days that you lift?)
D - 1.5 servings Chik'n Nuggets REAL or tofu? 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 GREAT workout!!







Hi Shell!

I always drink a protein shake after lifting (which I do 3 days a week), but I try to do so after doing just cardio (1 day a week) and swimming (2 days a week). You have a great routine!! Could you do me a favor and figure out the calories in one of your shakes for me? Yours sounds really good... I might like to start drinking one on Tues & Thurs when I do weights...

The Chik'n Nuggets are tofu - Morningstar Farms brand, I believe. SO good! Thanks, I'll have to give those a try sometime.







The protein shakes are made from 8th Continent Lite Chocolate Soymilk, which is 90 cal per cup, and GNC's Chocolate Soy Protein Powder, which has 130 cal per scoop. I typically use 1.5 cups soymilk to 1 scoop protein powder, so a typical shake would be 265 cal, with 3.5g fat and 36g protein. I also add about a tsp or so of unsweetened cocoa powder to the shake before I blend it to make it a bit more chocolatey (which doesn't seem to bother my tummy at all). The shake is pretty filling and I like to blend it with a few ice cubes to make it thicker. Enjoy!

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I have to find the recipe to post it.. new
      #154618 - 02/27/05 07:38 AM
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if I don't find it today or tomorrow I'll ask mom to send it... she has it.. I think the book I have it written in is in the storage locker...

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baked apples... new
      #154620 - 02/27/05 07:40 AM
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if I cut them up I tend to peel them, but when I do them just cored I leave them hole and skins on... I can either eat the skins (most people I serve them to do) or I can scoop out the apple and leave the skin at the end... depends on my IF quota for the day if I eat the skin or not... if I eat too much I have issues but I also have issues if I don't eat enough (hard lesson learned being an A)

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Ok Amie, I'll be waiting. Thank you for going to all this trouble... new
      #154754 - 02/27/05 04:34 PM
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but it sounds sooo interesting..(not to mention easy) and I'm curious as to how it turns out. Although I NEED the apple peels, being a C, I can't tolerate them most of the time. Go figure.Kandee

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