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Today's Progress - SSSSWWWWEEEETTTT!

Monday, March 30, 2009

I started off loggin my info under my nutrition tracker and am happy with my progress today. My goals included: 5+ servings of fruits/veggies, 8-10 water.... log EVERYTHING.... and Cardio.....

My "Normal" Ranges
Calories 1350-1700,
Carbs 180-260,
Fat 36-62
protein 60-140
LUNCHTIME UPDATE: 5 cups water, 3 fruits, and got a 30 minute mall walk in and it's only lunchtime! Approx 650 calories.
END OF DAY: 10 cups of water, 1511 Calories, 183 carbs, 75 Fat, 54 protein, low on calcium 92/100, iron 44/100-150& fiber 16/25-35. I actually was dancing and running in the mall tonight, there was a kids Read Across America event, and we had a great time, but I am now exhausted (and proud, cause this is a much needed improvement). So, it's off to bed for me!
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  • GAYLESKI_
    Great numbers lady!! I'm proud of you for sticking with it. And no I totally cant believe you did say the one hot momma thing on my page. lol!! We shall see...supposed to be getting a visitor around 4/9 but maybe, maybe not. lol!!! Take care lady and you are looking fabulous. I know...i totally need to get some new pics up. emoticon
    4393 days ago
  • SMYLEERED
    FABULOUS! You're doing emoticon
    4394 days ago
  • BIBS4664
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    4394 days ago
  • MOXIE-IN-MOTION
    Fabulous job! The right combo of eating correctly and exercising will make you feel wonderful! emoticon
    4395 days ago
  • SHIITAKE
    Yes, but it's a "good" exhausted ! Sounds as if you are doing just fine ! Keep up the good work ! Just don't try and do too much, my friend ! Don't want you getting sick again !
    emoticon ~ MommaJoani
    4395 days ago
  • ALLELUIA525
    emoticon That is great progress! Keep it up!!!
    4395 days ago
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