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RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
2/8/13 7:05 A

Hope you had a good birthday. You may have gone over a bit, but the food was healthy.

Fitting the cake in may be a bit tougher, but it is your birthday, and it is better to make a few concessions, than to just take the day off. Lamb, potato, and salad, sounds great depending on what you drank, and what salad dressing you used. I wouldn't worry too much about it though. Even if you went over by a few hundred calories, averaged out over the week, it will make no difference at all, if you eat in range the other 6 days.

PAT4PROG Posts: 652
2/8/13 6:16 A


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2/7/13 3:19 P

Happy Birthday! Lamb is a good choice, 4oz is only 150ish calories according to the tracker.

2/7/13 3:18 P

I don't eat lamb, but I'm replying because I want to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

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2/7/13 3:01 P

Today is my birthday. A friend took me out for lunch and I chose carefully. I still have 600-some calories+ left for the day. And that's good because my husband is taking me out for dinner. On Sat. my daughter is having our whole family over for cake and ice cream, and I plan to have a thin slice of cake.

I've looked over the menu for tonight and am planning to have a lamb chop. Is lamb a healthy choice? I'll have a baked potato (with just a little butter, no sour cream), and a salad. I think I should be all right. I'm getting in my water and exercise.

Wish me luck.

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