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    Food and exercise for 10/22/10
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    Jis4Judy posted:
    Hi here is my friday food I will start today

    breakfast
    6.7 oz orange
    1/4 cup each bran flakes heart to heart and great grains crunchy pecan
    1/2 C fat free milk
    4.1 Oz strawberries
    2 black coffee

    walk 45 minutes


    Lunch /Dinner

    4.2 oz boneless skinless chicken breast
    20 small spears asparagus
    1 tiny red potato
    my usual salad
    2 C green tea with lemon
    4 c water

    afternoon snack
    4.5 OZ Apple with 1 T natural peanut butter
    1 C fat free milk


    supper
    5 C air popped popcorn
    1.5 oz pistachios

    dessert

    7 oz strawberries
    1/3 C fat free plain yogurt
    1/4 T honey
    banana 2.6 oz

    5.5 oz plum



    Grams Calories %-Cals

    Calories 1,585
    Fat
    42.7 369 24 %
    Saturated
    6.9 59 4 %

    Polyunsaturated
    9.7 82 5 %
    Monounsaturated
    15.3 131 8 %
    Carbohydrate
    239.0 860 55 %
    Dietary Fiber
    44.7
    Protein
    87.6 325 21 %
    Alcohol
    0.0 0 0 %

    this was a good day to follow my over done it day
    did weight lifting in the afternnon
    hugs Judy:)
    SW 247 CW 153ish maintaining

    Remember the Gold is not in the prize it's in the Journey

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    Babypodof4 responded:
    Yesterday's intake

    Jogged 2.1miles
    Pedometer reading: 11722 steps

    Intake:
    whole wheat toast X2 with 1/2 pat butter split between the two
    water (I am trying)

    double decker taco - with the outer layer removed
    Cheese beefy burrito (yah - we went to Taco bell - should have just eaten one of these)
    Diet pepsi

    Water
    3oz rotisserie chicken
    Rice 3/4c
    Cream style corn 1/2c
    1c left over mac and cheese

    Water.

    Stress eating - can't wait until my husband gets back. . .
    SW 192, CW 194 (yuck!), GW 155 We can do anything we put our minds to!!
     
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    Babypodof4 responded:
    Judy - popcorn for supper? A woman after my own heart - I so love popcorn!
    SW 192, CW 194 (yuck!), GW 155 We can do anything we put our minds to!!
     
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    Jis4Judy replied to Babypodof4's response:
    Lol I wouldn;t know what to do without my air popper..
    I like to have it sometimes for supper...with some nuts and water too I had more water than I listed at least 6 cups// in the begining of my plan I had air popped popcorn for supper nearly every day // it is a whole grain and a very healthy choice
    Hugs Judy:)
    SW 247 CW 153ish maintaining Remember the Gold is not in the prize it's in the Journey


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