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Monday, May 21, 2012

Just went shopping. I have decided to go back to what I know I can do. I am going to have shakes for breakfast. Chocolate, peanut butter, and banana shakes or fruit shakes. Whichever I feel like in the morning. Lunch will be either a frozen dinner or a deli meat sandwich. Snack on some carrots and hummus or spinach and squash. The spinach and squash is different, I've never done it before. But I love yellow squash, and if I put some good seasoning on it, the spinach won't be bad either. For dinner I'm going to do brown rice with broccoli and almonds or chicken breast. For a nighttime treat I'll have some popcorn.

There is not much variety to this plan, but there are little ways to alter each meal to give me some different flavours. I know how to prepare these meals the way I like them. I also did the math. I will be right around 1200-1500 calories with this plan.

I'm really excited, and I know this is going help me get to where I know I can be.
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    I hear you on that one, do what works for you and what you know you can stick to. emoticon
    3172 days ago
    I love summer squash too :) And chicken and brown rice are both staples in my kitchen!

    I don't like cooked spinach by itself - but try putting a handful in the rice as it is cooking or even frozen dinners and canned soup. You can also mix it raw with salads or use it in place of lettuce on your sandwiches. It's so good for you I try to put it in everything I can and I rarely even notice it!


    p.s. I have re-started the Spark Team 150+. I'd love to have you come back and post and build the team up into a place where we can all find lots of motivation!
    3173 days ago
    Watch the sodium in those frozen meals and deli meats-- DRINK WATER!!! Sounds great!
    3173 days ago
    Soundss great. Don't forget to add in some excercise.
    3173 days ago
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