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CEEMAY SparkPoints: (9,882)
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1/26/13 10:34 A

Salad with lots of veggies and seasoned cottage cheese to replace the dressing.

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TENNISJIM Posts: 11,385
1/26/13 7:45 A

what did you end up eating for dinner?

BLUBEL1 Posts: 1,003
1/26/13 7:38 A

Omelet, salad with very little dressing, fruit cup with yogurt, soup

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VATRUCKER SparkPoints: (20,629)
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1/25/13 5:54 P

If I was going to try and stay in the calorie range mentioned I would bake a 3oz salmon, with whatever dash I liked, not salt, plus a big fat banana with plenty of water emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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2LILMONKEYS1981 Posts: 47
1/25/13 8:54 A

I stayed Strong :) my kids wanted CHEESE....so we ate quesadillas....i only ate 180 calories :) And it was warm and stringy lol :) we were all happy!!!!!

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (107,996)
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1/25/13 6:14 A

Go for a walk to burn some more calories or exercise in your house by going up and down the stairs for 20 minutes

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (227,978)
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1/25/13 5:15 A

How about a nice vege omelet with cheese.

Karen
JUSTKLH Posts: 1,489
1/24/13 11:06 P

I agree that soup is a great low-cal option and great as a comfort food. Stay strong! :)

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RTHOM28 SparkPoints: (2,254)
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1/24/13 8:13 P

homemade chicken veggie noodle soup very good & very low cal.

JAZZTHEJAZZ Posts: 197
1/24/13 7:36 P

With almost 300 calories, you could even make it chicken-vegetable soup. Or vegetable soup and a low cal dessert like a fudgesicle, or sugar-free swiss miss hot chocolate.

ABERKSON SparkPoints: (6,116)
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1/24/13 5:40 P

Veggie soup sounds perfect.

Abra
2LILMONKEYS1981 Posts: 47
1/24/13 5:32 P

Lol thats why there is a range :)
See thats why I like sp ..I sometimes Use my map my fitness but when i add my activity it tells me I can eat more and i like spakrs cause it doesn't do that :)

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 13,726
1/24/13 5:30 P

sparks usually gives you a range of your daily calories. say 1200 - 1500. some days I find I need to eat at the other end of the range other days around 1200 is ok.

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2LILMONKEYS1981 Posts: 47
1/24/13 5:20 P

Like I have already consumed 906 calories all day ;(
ohh veggie soup does sound good!

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 13,726
1/24/13 5:18 P

is that your lower end or the other end?

how about a big bowl of veggie soup

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2LILMONKEYS1981 Posts: 47
1/24/13 5:10 P

I only have 294 calories to eat the rest of the day ;(
what should i make for dinner.......
and its cold so i almost want fatty comfort food..

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