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KYLAR_STERN SparkPoints: (22,234)
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6/5/14 11:31 A

Thanks for that Russell. I'm just trying to get the best estimate I can. Definitely not going to go through the Hassel if weighing the dang thing piece by piece. Yeah, chicken spinach salad is a pretty light dinner, but when I'm working out or training that late in the evening I like something light right before bed. I generally eat a big snack/almost small meal in the late afternoon before going so it's basically like my dinner gets split in half. That's what I do when I'm in the office. Right now I'm traveling so going out for lunch are generally bigger and less protein than I'm used to, and there's always the option of bigger breakfast the next day. That's what I did this morning. Was still hungry while eating so I had some oatmeal and Greek yogurt on top of my typical Omlette and fruit breakfast at the hotel. At least I avoided all the freaking muffins out everywhere! Man I love those things.

Edited by: KYLAR_STERN at: 6/5/2014 (11:32)
SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,257
6/5/14 9:21 A

Rotisserie Chicken is very high in salt...

maybe go to the supermarket deli and see if they have Boars Head chicken....they have Lower Sodium Chicken is heart healthy, saturated fat free and rich in protein.

Boars head also has No Salt Added Oven Roasted Turkey Breast which has only 55 mg of sodium per 2 oz serving and they even have Low Sodium Oven Roasted Beef with 80mg of sodium and 90 Calories for 2 ounces....

After I read all the ingredients in a Rotisserie Chicken, the sodium content and unhealthy fats I don't ever touch them.

Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 6/5/2014 (09:23)
SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (247,280)
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6/5/14 7:38 A

This threat caught my eye because guess what I had for dinner tonight? Yep..... Rotisserie Chicken. If you check my Nutrition Page you will see that I had a whole drumstick/thigh with skin on (naughty me, but it is the only time I eat chicken skin :-) but the bone wasn't included. 142 grams is 5 oz. Hopefully that will give you some idea.


MARTHA324 Posts: 5,843
6/4/14 9:34 P

I'd buy one at home and weigh the portion that you'll probably eat so you'll know about how much you are eating. Or figure 3 oz of chicken is about the size of a deck of cards. Just look up roasted chicken.

RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
6/4/14 9:01 P

EELPIE Posts: 2,700
6/4/14 8:28 P

For something like that, I use this:
3oz is about the size of a deck of cards.

KYLAR_STERN SparkPoints: (22,234)
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6/4/14 8:19 P

So I'll be living out of a hotel for work for a while and I picked one of these up, a bag of spinach, and a small bottle of dressing for a light dinner for after I walk to the gym to train instead of going out to eat with the other guys every other day.

My question is how to track it. It's not a Costco, but I figure using their entry is good enough. It's labeled as 24 ounces, but that includes bone and stuff right? Obviously white and dark and skin will all have different amounts, but I was thinking of just taking equal parts from each each time to mix light and dark meat.

Maybe the easiest way would be to figure how many ounces of meat total would be there? Like, would I get 3 6 ounce servings of meat out of a listed 24 oz chicken? Then I could just eyeball a third of it each time.

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