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REPORTING IN - 8/8/05
      #203429 - 08/07/05 08:40 PM
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Everyone post their report for what you did on 8/8 here....

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Re: REPORTING IN - 8/8/05 new
      #203508 - 08/08/05 09:00 AM
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Starting a new diet (food plan) today...per my PT. Time to change things up a little.... increasing my protein and reducing my carbs in the evenings.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 8/8/05 new
      #203688 - 08/08/05 05:57 PM
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B: MOM
snacks and lunch: 2 banana, luna, pretzels, carrots, PB&J
D: coconut rice with shrimp and brocoli
De: mango
Total around 1550? fat around 14%
Add 150 cals for zucchini bread in evening.
Exercise: worked 5 hours pretty fast walking
Other: took 2 pep caps this morning before I went out in the heat. Was a little bloated in PM but not bad. My stress is abating now too.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 8/8/05 new
      #203698 - 08/08/05 07:58 PM
Wind

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In typical hobbit habit, random order, etc. et cetera:

--710 ml Gatorade
--1/2 c. applesauce (x2)
--1 c. cranberry juice
--1 c. "Mock Mashed Potatoes" (Cauliflower) with 1 c.
baby carrots
--Salad: yellow and green zucchini
and Portabella Mushrooms
--1 more cup "Mock Mashed Potatoes" (for dessert/snack!) with 1 c. baby carrots
--2 Jolly Ranchers

That's all folks!
Note: Those "Faux Potatoes" are really really really yummy, especially with steamed baby carrots as "dippers!" I suspect that they'd be good with zucchini as well, not to mention mushrooms, or adapted as a crazy "white sauce." Adding a splash of pickle water and mustard makes a huge difference.

Kate.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 8/8/05 new
      #203704 - 08/08/05 08:29 PM
retrograde

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Ooh I've been wanting to try those mashed cauliflower things for a while... thanks for the good review!

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Little Minnie what is MOM? -nt new
      #203717 - 08/08/05 09:05 PM
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Re: Little Minnie what is MOM? Malt O Meal -nt new
      #203718 - 08/08/05 09:16 PM
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Re: Mashed cauliflower/Laurel new
      #203743 - 08/09/05 02:55 AM
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It went down really well with steamed baby carrots!!! I just cooked it and then food processed to to the texture of mashed potatoes. I didn't add a drop of soy milk/margarine as in the index recipe...just a little salt. Adding a little pickle juice made a huge difference and MUSTARD. A wee bit of veggie bouillion, or even a tiny squirt of Thai chilli sauce would be supremely funky...and now that I consider it even a little wasabi...it just depends on your mood. IT DIDN'T give me a GAS ATTACK or SPASMS!!! Don't laugh, but it's got the quality of a comfort food.

You can easily adapt it into a pattie or casserole. A little egg white as adhesive to give it a nice brown glaze?
Maybe a few bread crumbs for that "crispy" effect? Cauliflower croquettes...now there's a fun though for us improv. cooks.
Stick it in some sprayed muffin cups for 20 minutes or so for that crispy/golden effect?

I'm just elated that it didn't offend my gut and that it was just so simply delicious as a baby carrot dunker/side. It did get me moving a wee bit faster, though!!!

Kate.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 8/8/05 new
      #203865 - 08/09/05 09:52 AM
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Starting a new diet (food plan) today...per my PT. Time to change things up a little.... increasing my protein and reducing my carbs in the evenings.

OK... here is my reporting in......
My BMR = 2083 + I burned 716 calories (45 minutes on the Eliptical, 10 minutes Abs) - 730 less calories to get to my goal = 2083 calorie food budget.

Pre-Breakfast (around 6:00am) : 210 calories Soytein Energy Drink (Banana w/Vanilla Silk Soy Milk) & Water

Breakfast (around 8:30-9am): 170 calories Toasted Nutz N Cranberry Luna Bar & Water

Snack (around 10-10:30am): 50 calories 4oz Unsweetened Applesauce & Water

Snack (around 12:00pm): 210 calories Soytein Energy Drink (Chocolate Peanut Butter w/Vanilla Silk Soy Milk) & Water

Snack (around 1:30pm): 50 calories 4oz Unsweetened Applesauce & Water

Lunch (around 2:30pm): 458 calories 6oz Tuna w/Light Mayo, 1 cup Long Grain Rice, 4oz Unsweetented Applesauce & Water

Before Gym(around 5:30pm): 210 calories Soytein Energy Drink (Banana w/Vanilla Silk Soy Milk) & Water

At The Gym (around 6-8pm): 7 calories 2 Altoids & Water

Dinner (between 8:30-9pm, after the gym): 313 calories 10" Flour Tortilla w/3oz Chicken Breast, 4 Tablespoons Fresh Pico de Gallo Salsa, 1/4 Teaspoon Garlic Powder & Water

Tea Time (around 10-10:30pm): 0 calories 8oz Heather's Fennel Tea (love the bags)

Fiber Pills: 3 calories total

Total Water intake (goal 128oz) = 88 oz

Total of 1681 .....still in my food budget


I'm also going to do another 5K this Sunday!!

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Hi Shell new
      #203886 - 08/09/05 11:03 AM
Stephie

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Hey,

Sounds like are still doing awesome, as usual! Does your trainer want you to lower your carb intake just at night time, or overall? I want to try and have less sugar, but I get so freaked at the thought of lowering my carbs 'cause of the ol' stomach!
Those protein drinks sure come in handy, eh? What a good, easy way to get extra protien in every day! I still haven't tried that one that you gave me, I keep saying I will wait for a really stable day and I haven't really had one yet!
Do those flour tortillas have many fewer calories/carbs than regular bread? 'cause that seems like a good way to cut back a little..
Anyway, yay for you! Sounds good with that walk coming up, that whole area is so beautiful it'd be easy to walk around without it feeling like QUITE as much of a chore!
Good luck!
**hugs**
--Steph

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