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A day in the life of my eating habits

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

With this diet I lost 5 lbs. the first week. Always remember to use measuring cups and use your nutrition tracker to count your calories. Always remember to read the back of nutrition label, so you can know what one serving is. You can google these products to see how they look before you go grocery shopping. These are all inexpensive items. This is just one option. If you add all the calories up on the nutrition tracker you will see that this is less than 1200 calories. It also taste amazing and you don't have to feel guilty.

breakfast: 3/4 cup of general mills cereal, 1/2 cup of 2% milk (cinnamon toast crunch, cheerios, fiber one, etc) their cereal has whole grain in it 8g.
1 medium apple or orange.
2 cups water

Lunch: Morningstar buffalo wings (vegetarian chicken nuggets, soy) 1 serving
1 tbsp of kraft bbq sauce
celery/ carrots
2 cups water

snack: (between meals) Dannon light and fit yogurt
blue bunny Raspberry Vanilla AspenĀ® Frozen Yogurt Granola Bar
2 cups of water

Dinner: Fresh express salad 2 cups
1 tyson boneless chicken breast
wishbone salad spritzer
2 cups of water

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    I think I will try this. thanks
    3897 days ago
    I will definitely give this one a try! Thanks for sharing, and for the add =)
    3998 days ago
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    Keep up the good work! I got lost in the shuffle myself and did not do anything because the weather has not been good down here in Thomasville, Ga. A lot of rain and I get lazy, I let my eating habits slide also but I am getting back on track! I will get back to my exercise routine no matter what, I am determined!! Take care and let me know how you are doing! We can keep each other motivated so drop me a line ok? emoticon
    4000 days ago
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