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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,089
1/29/13 6:49 A

I'd recommend tracking all of these foods in your nutrition tracker to compare it to your recommended calorie and nutrient ranges. Then you'll know where you might need to make changes and if you're eating enough.

At first glance, I don't see enough fruit (and perhaps veggies depending on your serving sizes), and I'd wonder if you're getting enough calcium.

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1/29/13 12:17 A

So I'm eating healthier and I would love some advice.

I do weight training 2- 3 times a week, and I do cardio and burn around 400 calories atleast 6 days a week.

This is what I eat:

Breakfast:

Usually a cup of cereal with almond milk
OR
Greek yogurt with honey
OR
Oatmeal

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Snack

protein special k 170 calorie chocolate bar


Lunch:

Grilled Chicken, brown rice, vegetables

Dinner:

Wheat bread sandwich with tapenade, turkey breast, veggies
Banana
90 calorie ooatmeal bar
Water

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I usually add in a protein shake


How does this sound? Should I eat more?

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