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REPORTING IN - 1/24/06
      #241045 - 01/24/06 08:35 AM
Shell Marr

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Everyone post their report for what you did on 1/24 here....

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241256 - 01/24/06 03:40 PM
Little Minnie

Reged: 04/16/04
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Loc: Minnesota

Ex: 40 min bike 200 cals
food: chex
1 banana
orange
peaches
4 snaps
pita and chicken curry
PB noodles
1400 total
may have dessert


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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241311 - 01/24/06 06:38 PM
jaime g

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Loc: new york city

2 low-fat graham crackers (gotta say these really aren't as good as the regular kind. is it worth the 10 calories less per cookie? i'm thinking no.)

peach soy yogurt
corn flakes

fake bologna sandwich (on white w/ reduced fat mayonaise)

cinnamon spice instant oatmeal

2 small pieces white bread
fresh pasta w/ tomato sauce & portabello mushrooms (mmm)
peach sorbet

1 low-fat graham cracker
1 cup lite soy milk


not so great with the fruits and veggies - money concerns are starting to interfere with fresh produce. we'll see how that goes.



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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241316 - 01/24/06 06:50 PM
lalala

Reged: 02/14/05
Posts: 2634


Luna Bar

Crispix
toast

Ginger Thins

bean & rice burrito
corn
pureed papaya

Luna Bar

chicken
broccoli
sweet potatoes
mashed potatoes
cremini crumbles w/ garlic

Snack later this evening...


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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241321 - 01/24/06 07:21 PM
Wind

Reged: 04/02/05
Posts: 3178


egg whites

red swiss chard
portabella mushrooms & red onion

grilled zucchini
field greens & boston lettuce
red pepper
a few kalamata olives
turkey breast

leftover red swiss chard
"faux-taters"

It's so weird! You eat what seems like a lot, but then do the math and the numbers are so low! Thank goodness I just more or less "vegetate."

Shell, you really have me hooked on those no-salt seasonings. They add so much flavour so quickly.

Kate.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241332 - 01/24/06 10:08 PM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA


OK... here is my reporting in......
My BMR = 2083 + I burned 807 calories (50 mintues Body Sculpting Class taught by my Personal Trainer Heather and 10 minutes cardio) - 730 less calories to get to my goal = 2160 calorie food budget.

Pre-Breakfast: 180 calories Nutz Over Choc Luna Bar & Water

Breakfast: 250 calories 1/2 cup Oatmeal w/ Jay Robb Egg White Choc Protein Powder mixed in AFTER cooking & Water

Tea Time: 0 calories 16oz Ginger Tea unsweetened

Snack: 250 calories 1/2 cup Oatmeal w/ Jay Robb Egg White Choc Protein Powder mixed in AFTER cooking & Water my unflavored came in the mail today, so I will try that in the morning and see how it is

Lunch: 356 calories forgot to pack my applesauce 6oz Tuna Low Sodium White Albacore mixed w/Light Mayo, 1/2 peeled and chopped Granny Smith Apple, Teaspoon Lemon Juice, 1/4 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, 1/2 cup Mandarin Oranges & Water

Before Gym: 200 calories 12oz Jay Robb Egg White Protein Powder Drink (Chocolate mixed with water) & Water

At Gym: 13 calories 4 Altoids & Water

Dinner: 348 calories Stir Fry of 5oz Ground Lean Turkey, 1 Tablespoons Diced Onion, 1/2 Teaspoon chopped Garlic, 15 Crimni Mushrooms Crumbled , 1-1/2 cups chopped no salt added canned green beans, 1 Tablespoon NEW Mrs Dash - Zesty Garlic Herb 10 Minute Marinade (no salt), and on the side...Sauted w/Pam - 1 cup Fresh Spinach, 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic WAY too much garlic , 1/2 Teaspoon Lemon Juice & Water

Tea Time: 0 calories 8oz Heather's Fennel Tea unsweetened

Fiber Pills: 3 calories total

Total Water intake (goal 128oz) = 96 oz

Total of 1600 ......in my food budget


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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241337 - 01/24/06 10:48 PM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

Good day for you LM Did you have dessert?

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241339 - 01/24/06 10:58 PM
Shell Marr

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Quote:

2 low-fat graham crackers (gotta say these really aren't as good as the regular kind. is it worth the 10 calories less per cookie? i'm thinking no.)

I know the feeling...

peach soy yogurt
corn flakes

fake bologna sandwich (on white w/ reduced fat mayonaise)

cinnamon spice instant oatmeal

2 small pieces white bread
fresh pasta w/ tomato sauce & portabello mushrooms (mmm)
peach sorbet

Oh, that pasta sounds good!!

1 low-fat graham cracker
1 cup lite soy milk


not so great with the fruits and veggies - money concerns are starting to interfere with fresh produce. we'll see how that goes.

that sucks.... good luck






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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241340 - 01/24/06 11:00 PM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

Quote:

Luna Bar

Crispix
toast

Ginger Thins

bean & rice burrito
corn
pureed papaya that sounds good...is that an IS fiber?

Luna Bar

chicken
broccoli
sweet potatoes
mashed potatoes
cremini crumbles w/ garlic

Snack later this evening...





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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241341 - 01/24/06 11:02 PM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

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egg whites

red swiss chard
portabella mushrooms & red onion I'm gonna have to try red onion with mine too!!

grilled zucchini
field greens & boston lettuce
red pepper
a few kalamata olives
turkey breast

leftover red swiss chard
"faux-taters"

It's so weird! You eat what seems like a lot, but then do the math and the numbers are so low! Thank goodness I just more or less "vegetate." LOL I know...here I had my spinach..and it was ONLY 10 calories!!

Shell, you really have me hooked on those no-salt seasonings. They add so much flavour so quickly. I KNOW!! Which flavors are you using?

Kate.




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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241343 - 01/24/06 11:52 PM
Draupadi

Reged: 07/16/05
Posts: 218
Loc: Santa Cruz, California

A pretty good day:

*tea with soymilk

*1/2 bagel, a few raspberries

*crackers with tuna fish (lite mayo) and carrot sticks

*kombucha tea

*some peanut butter covered pretzels

*tofu scramble with bell pepper, mushroom, and zucchini

*pear, mixed nuts



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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241345 - 01/25/06 02:48 AM
Lynx

Reged: 04/21/05
Posts: 160


Awesome day!

4 bowels of apple & cinnamon oatmeal

handful of raisins

Went to school today and added a ceramics class. It was awesome! The teacher is total lax (artists are so lazy!) I made this really cool little dragon head sculpture that is now on the greenware waiting to be put in the kiln. Can't wait to paint it! Also, this cute guy who I heard thinks I'm totally hot decided to take the class with me, hehehe.

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Re: Shell new
      #241443 - 01/25/06 09:57 AM
lalala

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The pureed papaya is actually a jar of baby food! I felt silly writing down "baby food," so it's low on IF. But I'm trying to work my way to eating more IF and trying out different fruits and thought this would be a good first step.

I do eat whole/"real" satsuma tangerines and find them to be a lot easier to digest than oranges. I can also tolerate canned pineapple, peaches, and pears.

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Re: Shell new
      #241458 - 01/25/06 10:41 AM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

Quote:

The pureed papaya is actually a jar of baby food! I felt silly writing down "baby food," so it's low on IF. But I'm trying to work my way to eating more IF and trying out different fruits and thought this would be a good first step. yes, good step

I do eat whole/"real" satsuma tangerines and find them to be a lot easier to digest than oranges. I can also tolerate canned pineapple, peaches, and pears. I do well with canned mandiran oranges, fruit cocktail.... pears are SF so I bought some of those in the litte single serving cups on sale and brought them to work for a snack for today (1/25) , but would also work well for my lunch in place of the applesauce...




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Re: Shell/papaya puree new
      #241470 - 01/25/06 10:54 AM
Wind

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I love this most especially in the summer. On a hot day I have been known to eat A WHOLE BIG RED PAPAYA, puree. Add a squirt of fresh lime juice and super yum.

It's so creamy & pure SF!!!

It's great grilled with fish/chicken, as well, by the way. It has that "mango" effect.

I think the big red ones taste infinitely superior to the puny suckers.

Sometimes I make papaya smoothies, usually papaya/strawberry, heavy on the papaya part of the quotient.
Pop it in the freezer for an hour and it's like sorbet. Definitely a low cal./high nutrient treat. Wonderful for your skin!

Kate.

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"Garlic & Herb," however-- new
      #241485 - 01/25/06 11:20 AM
Wind

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...they're all so good! I love even just the silly table shake! Yes, warped, I know...but you're so right on about them! The Chipolte ones rock, too!

Which ones are your favourites?

Re: red onion--definitely compliments the bitterness of the spinach.

A quick spinach tip: I've been microwaving my baby spinach right in the bag (I get 1 lb.'ers really cheap from Cost Co. as I eat lots of the stuff & fresh is infintely superior to the frozen!) I just poke the bag for a little air circulation & zap for a few minutes & then more or less warm it up with the red onion on the stove. Baby spinach is so naturally high in water that it doesn't need any to micro-cook. So...no water = no nutrients lost. And yes, I've microwaved minced red onion as well, in the past & it turns out lovely. I just Pam spray the plate & "zap."

You're right about garlic, though--a little goes a long way & I've been known to just use the seasoning. So, indeed, I am a lazy-a$$ed cook!

Do you like "Thai Chili Garlic" sauces? Sometimes, a little heat goes a long way, with baby spinach! Chilis are lovely.
Basil is nice with spinach, too. Heck, sometimes I like the zingy sweet tang of a little rice vinegar or seasoned rice vinegar, although lately I favour balsalmic & either a little lemon or lime. I've been avoiding sweet peppers lately, but a few red & yellow pepper strips really compliment spinach & the vitamin C helps make the iron more absorbable to the body. (I have a bit of an anemia problem!) I used to eat eat raw by the pound, pre-IBS & now I just eat it as a cooked salad.

It does "shrink" alot, though, in cooked form, so what appears to be a huge quantity actually isn't after it has been cooked!

Kate.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241560 - 01/25/06 03:20 PM
CMBickel

Reged: 04/25/03
Posts: 81
Loc: Sandy, UT

WOW - thanks for the chuckle of the day. "4 bowels of cereal"
I hope you meant 4 bowls.......

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241571 - 01/25/06 04:02 PM
Shell Marr

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Loc: Seattle, WA USA

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WOW - thanks for the chuckle of the day. "4 bowels of cereal"
I hope you meant 4 bowls.......




LOL.... Thanks... I needed that laugh too!!

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REPORTING IN - 1/24/06 new
      #241785 - 01/26/06 12:20 PM
Stephie

Reged: 03/10/04
Posts: 2696
Loc: Vancouver, Canada

Here we go again!

Exercise: 30 minutes, dog walking. "Body Blast" aerobics class at the gym. 10 extra minutes stretching (and had waaaaaay less muscle pain this time, thanks for all the tips guys! )

Breakfast: S'mores Luna Bar

Snack: 2 arrowroot cookies (bad tummy)

Lunch: Leftover grilled chicken with "confetti rice" (rice, mushrooms, carrots, peas)

Dinner: Grilled chicken breast, marinated in balsamic vinegrette, 3 potato and onion periogies, peas and corn.

Good Day this day. Exercise = good. Calories = maybe a little low. Veggies = Not too good, but a little better than some days. Sweets, etc = good, didn't have any.

Cheers!
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sherbet -nt new
      #241906 - 01/26/06 05:43 PM
Little Minnie

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Loc: Minnesota



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