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NIRERIN Posts: 12,228
12/12/12 8:04 A

how much fat is in there? to me it looks a little low in that.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,778)
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12/12/12 6:02 A

I think you're doing great!
Personally, I avoid flavored yogurt and breaded meats, and I prefer stevia over agave. When I'm trying to lean out, I focus more on veggies than fruit.

BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,979
12/12/12 2:59 A

Sounds like a balanced day to me! We're you looking for any specific feedback?

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (58,132)
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12/12/12 1:49 A

your evening snack sounds especially tasty!

MCAFEE34 SparkPoints: (5,987)
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12/12/12 12:37 A

sounds great! emoticon

FTSOLK Posts: 1,294
12/12/12 12:17 A

Breakfast: 6 oz.Blood Orange 0% Chobani greek yogurt with frozen berries

Lunch: Simply smart chicken nuggets with Franks Sweet Chili dipping sauce. Baby carrots. Cucumbers. Pan fried (no oil) okra.

Evening snack (church night, so I'll be eating it around 6:45pm): 1 cup plain FF greek yogurt, 1 tablespoon agave, cinnamon, and cold grilled pineapple)

Emergency snacks (to be eaten when needed): Banana, pepperjack cheese bar (.75 oz), baby carrots, grape tomatoes. I find I do best if I snack a lot between meals, but I try to make sure the snacks are mostly fruits and veggies, though I will often include at least a string cheese or pepper jack cheese bar in the mix.

Dinner is undecided.

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