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MYUTMOST4HIM Posts: 11,453
12/14/12 9:06 A

I know this is late but I would have done the banana and peanut butter but I don't mash them together - I use the PB as a dip

KKKAREN Posts: 12,753
12/14/12 6:44 A

I'm always heavy on the protein for lunch then have a piece of fruit before I start cooking dinner

SUSANBEAMON Posts: 10,101
12/14/12 3:55 A

me, i'd mash the banana and some peanut butter together, becausse i find PB is just too dry by itself, and toast the bread, put the PB and banana mix on the open face toast, and enjoy. cold days, i'd run the whole thing in the toaster oven for 30 seconds to warm it up.

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12/13/12 6:22 P

In looking at what you ate for lunch, was there any protein? Didn't sound like it to me. If minestrone soup has beans/meat, it's minimal. You might try upping your protein intake at lunch.

Either PB and wheat toast ... or yogurt and fruit. Both contain protein and good carbs.

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12/13/12 5:52 P

If you have the calorie room, I'd probably do a piece of wheat bread with peanut butter on it. The banana too if there's room.

LRUMBLY Posts: 31
12/13/12 5:39 P

I had minestrone soup for lunch, an apple and pretzels.
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I'm hungry and very tempted to start eating the cookies, chocolate and crap in the office...
I have saltine crackers, pretzels, banana, peanut butter, wheat bread and chocolate graham crackers and yogurt and hard boiled egg available here.
What would be the best choice. I have 3 more hours left and then I'm heading to the gym.

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