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PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
1/2/13 9:56 P

chicken and avocado

1STARVINGARTIST Posts: 567
1/1/13 11:08 P

oatmeal, brown rice, pinto beans, kidney beans, peas, almond milk

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1/1/13 9:55 P

peanut butter, milk, turkey, veggie lasagna
total protein for day: 81 grams

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PAXTONBLUE Posts: 299
1/1/13 9:07 P

I like making a fruit smoothie. I put in my blender one 6 oz. container of greek yogurt (my favorite is chobani, but any kind will work), then a cup of any frozen fruit that you like (get the unsweetened kind), lastly put in about a 8 oz of your choice of juice (orange and apple are great choices but any will work). The greek yogurt is awesome for protein and the drink is a great way to get in your daily intake of fruit. If you want you can even sneak in a handful of spinach and that will also up your health levels :)

CLOBBERELLA Posts: 521
1/1/13 8:57 P

4 eggs (3 whites/1 yolk)
1 can of tuna

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GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,326
1/1/13 8:25 P

The majority from egg -pork roast - cheese and milk.

People!
read the INGREDIENTS!

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MEANREDS92 Posts: 818
1/1/13 8:09 P

Milk with my cereal, a turkey sandwich at lunch, chicken and a glass of milk for dinner

PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
1/1/13 7:55 P

salmon from a can and a small strip loin steak

SDROCHELLE SparkPoints: (5,027)
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12/27/12 10:53 P

I started with 2 extra large eggs this morning, and then had chicken and black beans in my lunch and dinner choices. I actually ended up going OVER in my protein (personally, my body works better going over in the protein category vs. the carbs category, if I have to be over in either).

"If a man knows not what harbor he seeks, no light will guide him."

GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,326
12/27/12 10:03 P

So I went back and checked my tracker. Almost all the food I ate had a least a little protein. My 80 gr were made up mostly from London broil, turkey (in soup), Greek yogurt, cream cheese and milk.

People!
read the INGREDIENTS!

"It's not what you eat between Christmas and New Years that matters, it's what you eat between New Years and Christmas that counts. "

Sharon from Florida



PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
12/27/12 7:51 P

salmon and chicken emoticon

FEMMEFATALE11 SparkPoints: (62,011)
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12/27/12 4:52 P

eggs
broccoli

AILEBBELIA SparkPoints: (13,410)
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12/27/12 3:33 P

DUBNUTRITION

gets his protein from spam

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RUNNINGYOGINIRE Posts: 28,763
12/22/12 7:50 P

Protein bar

MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
12/22/12 4:43 P

Eggs, spinach, chicken, almond cheddar cheese, pumpkin seeds, flaxmeal bread, tofu... small amounts in vegetables add up.

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PENGUINPIE Posts: 3,146
12/21/12 5:39 P

Hard boiled egg with breakfast, ricotta cheese with lunch, beans and cheese with dinner.

ADIOSALL Posts: 5,197
12/21/12 3:36 P

1 egg for breakfast, a large bowl of beef/vegetable soup for lunch, and Greek yogurt for snack.

RUNNINGYOGINIRE Posts: 28,763
12/21/12 2:03 P

eggs for breakfast. steak tonight.

WIDARLING SparkPoints: (77,438)
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Posts: 1,186
12/21/12 12:12 A

chicken breast, fish, almonds, and greek yogurt .

ACKWARDATTIMES Posts: 140
12/18/12 11:10 P

Full fat greek yogurt...dill havarti cheese and homemade bread, sauted greens then for dinner chickpeas and brown rice with slivered almonds toasted on top of curry roasted cauliflower...omg so good! I think there was some peanut butter in there somewhere too..

KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (74,463)
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12/18/12 10:59 P

peanut butter, whole wheat bread, clif bar, butternut squash mac and cheese.

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PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
12/18/12 9:24 P

beans and hamburger

WATERDIAMONDS Posts: 14,777
12/18/12 5:30 P

tofu and hummus

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AJBOTV SparkPoints: (11,534)
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12/18/12 4:02 P

I made dill chickpeas last night...then ate the whole can! Oops. Least they're healthy and gave me some protein!

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,789)
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12/18/12 11:18 A

Yesterday I got 62 grams of protein from my Baked Chicken stuffed with Pesto and Cheese. It's one of my favorite things to eat. It's 492 calories but I think it's a great bang for my buck and is super duper filling. It's a large piece of chicken breast (8oz) stuffed with 1 tbsp each of pesto, sour cream, and shredded mozzarella cheese, so all items that have good protein in them. Also, I didn't track it, but I also had a large slice of cheese pizza for lunch (sadly one of the healthiest things on the menu where I ate with my boss) which probably had a decent amount of protein too because of the cheese.

Today I will be getting it from leftover ground beef enchiladas for lunch, which aren't super good on the calorie range at 618 (I'm in maintenance so I can eat more), but it's 46 grams of protein for 2 of them, and I will probably be super full after eating them. My dinner is a baked penne with chicken sausage. I get protein from the whole grain pasta, the cheese, and the chicken sausage, and it's 31 grams of protein for 494 calories.

I also have a cheese stick and yogurt every day for a snack, together those are 14 grams of protein but only 170 calories.

So, most days, the bulk of my protein comes from larger portions of meat, and then supplemented with dairy. If I find I'm short for the day and I'm OK on sodium, I'll have 1oz of beef jerky which is 10 grams of protein for only 90 calories... one of the best bangs for your "calorie" buck.

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DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
12/18/12 8:52 A

mainly through my greens. I had 1/2 serving of protein powder in my smoothie and a little bit of nutbutter.

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BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,979
12/18/12 4:31 A

Greek yogurt and coffee with soy milk for breakfast
Mini babybel cheese for snack
Smoked salmon for lunch
Yogurt for afternoon snack
Prawns for dinner

I came in just above my protein target for the day

~Jess~

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RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
12/18/12 3:41 A

My protein today comes from:

6 XL eggs
2 ozs. extra sharp cheddar
12 ozs b/s chicken thighs ( 3 )
8 ozs pork chops.

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JORDANIE25 SparkPoints: (8,086)
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12/18/12 12:58 A

I seem to be having trouble fitting in my protein, so how did you get yours today?

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