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THEEASYKILL30 Posts: 560
2/29/12 4:03 P

That's a great start! I love how you had that cup of ice cream. It's important not to deprive yourself. If you feel like you can NEVER have a food, it is such a demotivator and encourages you to binge. Good luck!

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PPEARSON6011 SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (100)
Posts: 15
2/27/12 2:07 P

I believe that u can do it. just remember, one day at a time.

KAMUAKIN Posts: 3
2/27/12 10:23 A

Ok i get what u said, thanx

KAMUAKIN Posts: 3
2/27/12 10:22 A

thank u

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,972
2/27/12 10:07 A

I'd say the orange juice was a big waste of calories, adding lots of empty calories from all the sugar in it.

Snack on an actual orange to get some real nutritional benefits, less calories and actually feel fuller from eating rather than drinking.

MEL5BRADY SparkPoints: (2,729)
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2/27/12 9:43 A

Not bad for your first day. You may want to incorporate a little bit more protein -- maybe with a few nuts as a snack? Good luck to you!!!

KAMUAKIN Posts: 3
2/27/12 8:19 A

Breakfast:
Kellogs berries sp K (1 cup) - 110
Skim milk (1/4 cup) - 20
Medium red apple (1) - 81.5
=211.5

Morning Snack:
Danon Activia Light strawberry yogurt (1) - 70

Lunch:
McDonald Grilled chicken Salad (1) - 280
Fruit salad (2 cups) - 147
=427

Afternoon Snack:
Orange juice (1 glass) - 109.6

Dinner:
Grilled Lamb chops (4 oz) - 170
Steamed mixed vegetables (2 cups) - 60
Vanilla ice cream (1 cup) - 265.3
=495.3

1313.4 calories

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