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219 2/27/14 9:59 A
thanks for the advice i will use this to my advantage,
i gotta stick with my goal. i can see my way through this this and i will succeed.
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6,100 2/9/14 7:24 P
Those are great ideas! Thanks!
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116 11/25/13 1:46 P
thanks allot for this useful info the hand measure will sure make it much more easier
There are 58 calories in 1 ounce of Meat Loaf (97% lean ground beef) Jennie O Ground Turkey 99% Fat Free ...4 ounces is only 120 Calories...add Kitchen Bouquet seasoning sauce and I find it tastes even better than ground beef..
Maybe try... Portabella Burger SAUTE Mushroom cap 3 minutes with cavity side down turn over and stuff with Shredded Mozzarella Chopped tomato 1 clove of minced garlic chopped red onion Cover and saute another 3 minutes Top with Kraft Horseradish Sauce 1 tbsp. Serve on Rye bread toasted
Here are some other way to help with portion control
48 calories in 1 ounce of lean roast beef ( 3 slices of deli beef 150 calories) Lamb 3 ounces 237 calories lean pork chop 172 calories Canadian Bacon 33 calories per slice There are 35 calories in 1 ounce of boneless Chicken Breast. Approx 38 calories in each 1 oz of turkey breast, skin removed Look for low-fat cheeses, but be aware of higher sodium content in some reduced-fat varieties Opt for low-sodium deli meats such as reduced-sodium turkey breast, or use leftover cooked chicken or turkey you've prepared from scratch with minimal salt
Add non~starchy vegetables, such as cucumber slices, shredded carrot, lettuce, and tomato slices to salads and sandwiches. Use rye bread and toast it...rye digest slowly and keeps you full....Opt for low-fat condiments such as mustard, low-fat salad dressing, low-fat mayonnaise, and vinegar. Add a source of lean protein, such as grilled chicken, canned tuna (packed in water, not tuna salad), or drained beans, to help you feel full. Use only a small number of croutons or skip them altogether. Top with more non~starchy veggies, such as tomatoes, broccoli, cucumbers, and onions
A deck of cards is about the size of a 3-4 ounce portion of meat, fish, poultry, or 1/2 cup of starch.... such as rice or cut-up fruit. A baseball or tennis ball is the size of a piece of fruit about 80 calories The size of an Apricot or plum around 40-60 calories The palm of an average woman's hand equals about 4 ounces or 1/2 cup. A fist equals about 1 cup. A thumb is about 1 tablespoon. The tip of the thumb to the first knuckle is about 1 teaspoon. Pasta, the size of a quarter, raw is 200 calories, the size of a light bulb cooked...add broccoli or green beans to make the meal more dense.
Words like "juice drink" or "juice cocktail" are a huge dose of sugar water. Need juice... get Ocean Spray DIET Cranberry which has only 3 sugars ...mix 1/2 cran with 1/2 water or get Traders Joe's Kettle Brewed Black Tea which has no sugar no artificial sweeteners.
Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 11/25/2013 (07:57)
Fitness Minutes: (60)
116 11/24/13 12:18 P
how do i know the perfect portion size of beef i need for home cooked burger !
and what if i dont have a gram scale only per cup or ml !
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