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6 Month Sparkiversary Review - Streak One

Thursday, April 29, 2010

I just passed the 6 month mark of being active on SparkPeople. SP has definitely been a great help to me. I am doing strength training consistently for the first time in my life, and I can see some results. I track my cardio and am at least as consistent as I've ever been with heart pumping exercise. I track more nutrients and eat as well as I've ever eaten, and far better than I have done most of my life. For the first time, I have drastically reduced my sodium intake. I drink 8 glasses of water daily. I make a real effort to get to bed on time. I have lost about 14 pounds since coming to SP. I did not set a goal to lose more weight. My emphasis was on increasing my strength and improving my nutrition. Losing down to my current weight was just a great side effect.

It is now time to review my program and perhaps make some adjustments. I'm going to look at each of my streaks, deciding which ones to keep and what new ones to add. I want my streaks to be motivating, a little stretch, not just a given. I want them to be meaningful in contributing to my health; not insignificant. I need fewer streaks, but more targeted streaks.

My first streak is to log in and spin the wheel. I have a total of 186 days, starting October 26, 2009. My longest streak is 174 days, from November 7, 2009 to present. I don't think I can delete this streak. SP tracks it automatically. But I log in to SP to get help and motivation, not to keep this streak going. If when we are traveling this summer the streak gets broken, so be it. Even though the points won on the wheel are kind of irrelevant, SP decidedly contributes to my health and my participation is meaningful. So this streak meets the criteria to continue anyway. I'll look at some of my other streaks in later blogs.

Are your streaks meaningful? Have you deleted any streaks because you had other priorities? What streaks are a challenge? Which ones have you struggled with and won? Overall, have your streaks motivated you? emoticon

  
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BAGGYPANTS5 4/30/2010 3:13AM

    I think you have to work out what's important for you and stick to it. I've given up the points wheel as it seems a bit pointless(!!!) but continue to track food and exercise.
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JHADZHIA 4/30/2010 1:55AM

    I am not much of a goal setter or pay attention to streaking. One day I found I could not spin the wheel. When tech help had finally got around to it, the next, day, my spin streak was broken. Too much happens outside of your control to worry about it. Not having access to a computer in Hawaii for 12 days broke all my streaks, although I was faithful to drinking water. I was drinking lots of water long before I ever found Sparks. I am not a specific goal setter. I have only one plan, full steam ahead and damn the torpedoes! The results will be what they will be. I learned not to sweat the small stuff. Life is too short to nit pick! I don't need any more stress in my life or worries. This is why I will only weigh myself once a week at the same time and day. I am not going to get into microscopic scale watching every little ounce like some people do.
I don't even know what my ideal weight should be. I think it should be based on body fat %, whether I have too much or not. I won't know that until I can finally get back to Curves, At the rate my elbow is going doesn't sound like any time too soon :(
Good luck with your goals!

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RISSASPIECES 4/29/2010 10:12PM

    I had to let most of my steaks go based on two surgeries in the last year. LOL That said, I do like to see them. I think my longest is for getting 8 glasses of water which is a SLOW water day for me. :-) Congrats on your Spark-a-versary! I passed three years in November...and I am just as active now as I was three years ago...that certainly says a lot for the site!

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/29/2010 7:07PM

    Happy Spark-a-versary!

I weed out my streaks periodically, too. One I have trouble keeping is the one about X hours of sleep a night. It's rare for me to rub more that two or three days in a row together.

One I'm proudest of and has kept me motivated the best to do something very good for me: today is my 123rd day (I'm the Count from Sesame Street) with no bubbles! I had my last diet soda at Christmas Dinner, which we held on December 27th.

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KAKIPOPUP 4/29/2010 6:46PM

    I've deleted a couple of streaks because it was too easy to achieve them. I like my streaks/go als to be a mild stretch, but not too far ahead of where I am. It is a delicate balance.

My streaks do motivate me - knowing that I will break my streak if I do (or don't do) something will usually get me to where I need to be.

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Eight Days to Greater Confidence

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

It has been eight days since I reduced my exercise in order to allow my minor hip injury to heal and reduced my calorie range in order to maintain my weight while exercising less. It truly has been eight good days. Although the results are decidedly preliminary, it appears that I don't have to workout 90-120 minutes per day to maintain my weight. At least for this past week I was able to do it in 30 not so vigorous minutes. So, I may have quite a few more choices about how to live my life at goal weight than I previously thought.

I was somewhat scared to reduce the exercise, but I feel more confident that I can handle whatever comes along. If I decide to go back to work, I am not going to give up. I am not going to assume that I am going to gain weight. I am going to adjust my food (calorie intake), my cardio exercise (calories burned), and keep strength training. I will also remind myself often when stressed that food is the answer only when hunger is the question. -Marsha

  
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AQUAGIRL08 4/29/2010 5:37PM

    I overdid the exercise last spring and had a stress fracture in my heel that took forever to mend. When you hurt yourself by overdoing it, it isn't worth it. Everything in moderation right?

It sounds like you've got a good handle on your goals. Good job! If you do go back to work you now have the skills to stay with your program. I like the way you've thought about this ahead of time. Keep up the good work!

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KALIGIRL 4/29/2010 2:09PM

    Sounds like a blessing in disguise. Amazing how an injury can move us in another direction, yet one that allows us to grow.
Congrats on maintaining in a new way!

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NOTSPEEDY 4/29/2010 10:23AM

    Marsha, it sounds like this was a good learning time for you. We can all benefit from your experience. Thanks for sharing.

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MONTY68 4/28/2010 11:38PM

    Marsha
It is a exciting time when we go on maintenance. Like you said, we have choices in what we eat and exercise. I continue to walk a lot because as I said in my blog the other day, that it for me is fun. But I can plan the day also. One thing I won't do is quit tracking. for me it is so important. I know that you will enjoy and I found the only thing different( and I mean from a stand point of everyday living like others) is being so aware of what calories I am consuming. So enjoy your new journey, you are an example on how to reach a goal.

Monty

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JOHAL52 4/28/2010 11:17PM

    Great insights Marsha. When I was recovering from surgery last year, I followed a similar plan--reduced calories for reduced exercise then as I increased my exercise, I went back to a more "normal" eating pattern.

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JHADZHIA 4/28/2010 9:07PM

    Well done Marsha!! I certainly am not at that place yet. Exercise, exercise, exercise is still my mantra!
Keep up the great work!!! You are showing me there is hope for me yet lol.
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PERSISTANT123 4/28/2010 7:54PM

    Great insight. As you have more confidence in your ability to maintain, I too believe that when I get to goal I will be able to maintain!

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BESTSUSIEYET 4/28/2010 7:46PM

    Good news - and good insights, Marsha! Glad you shared!! Keep on letting yourself heal!

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RISSASPIECES 4/28/2010 7:05PM

    I have been there...I cut back my exercise significantly before surgery...then total bed rest...and I am just now getting back to a regular schedule. :-) I not only maintained, I lost...so it can be done. LOL Also, my hope is that now that I am kicking things back up a little, I might dip down a little more.

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WATERMELLEN 4/28/2010 5:56PM

    For me at least 70% of weight loss/maintenance is calorie control: I can't exercise enough to stay slim . . . sadly, I'm confident of that!!

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WILD4STARS 4/28/2010 5:16PM

    I love the last part of the last line, "Food is the answer only when hunger is the question." Very powerful. Food is NOT the answer when boredom is the question, when anger is the question, when upset is the question. ONLY when hunger is the question. Jumped out at me - Mmmm.... , guess I maybe should look at that.

Thanks so much.

Vikki

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WALKINGANNIE 4/28/2010 4:50PM

    Thanks for sharing this experience. It builds other people's confidence as well as your own to know that we have some choices.

It's so good to know that you had a good 8 days despite your injury.

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Coffee with an Old Friend

Monday, April 26, 2010

I went to lunch with an old friend recently. It was great to see her and get caught up. I remember her as a big coffee drinker who loved real cream in her dark roast coffee. I was surprised to see her drink black coffee. She commented that she had vowed to go with fat free drinks only. Fat free coffee?

Of course, she is right. Cream (or half and half) does have a lot of fat. But somehow I'd usually thought of it as a minor indulgence or something just a little richer than milk. I never thought of the cream as fat. At home I always use skim milk, but when I'm out I often put a little (1/4-1/3 of a creamer) in my coffee, just lighten it up a bit color wise and taste wise.

From now on I'll be more aware that the cream is fat. And if my friend can go with fat free drinks, I just might be able to as well.

(PS Teeth whitening progress to be addressed later.)

  
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AMANDAJCD 4/27/2010 8:16AM

    I almost always drink my coffee black. On occasion, I'll add some skim. And even more rarely, when I have some heavy cream left over from baking, I'll add a dollop of that. It's an indulgence, pure and simple LOL. And I mark that "dollop" (max 1 tbsp) in my calories... because "leftover" cream or not, it counts!

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DONNABRIGHT 4/27/2010 7:34AM

    Those little things do add up, don't they!

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WATERMELLEN 4/26/2010 8:34PM

    Old dogs, new tricks: old friends, new approaches!! (Do love my coffee: but black!)

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WALKINGANNIE 4/26/2010 5:51PM

    Glad that you enjoyed your reunion Marsha. It's great to meet up with old friends.

I avoid cream (because of gallstones) but love adding a small amount of warm skimmed milk to my morning coffee - made strong from fresh grounds in a cafetiere. Caffeine is one of my remaining weaknesses and I love it!!

Hope you had fun with Natalie.

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PO_PAZZA 4/26/2010 5:38PM

    Isn't it great to catch up with old friends? Often we can pick up right where we left off. I guess that's what made them friends in the first place.

I had always loved half and half in my coffee and couldn't abide fat free milk in it. My way around it is that now I foam up fat free milk with my coffee machine's steam unit. Then I dollop it on my espresso or coffee. It's rich, creamy and devoid of fat. The great thing is that non-fat milk foams better than milk with fat in it. I would use it even if I weren't trying to watch fat intake. Here's another little trick I learned from an Italian friend. After steam/foaming the milk or using those little battery-operated frothers like Aerolatte brand, if you pop the cup in the micro for 10-12 seconds, it billows way up.

Cheering you with a cuppa.
Mary

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AQUAGIRL08 4/26/2010 5:26PM

    I don't drink coffee any more but when I did, I always made sure that some sort of creamer (skim milk, non dairy creamer etc.) was in it. I found that the coffee was easier on the tummy that way.

I'm glad that you got to see your friend. Catching up on what has been going on is so much fun. And that part is fat free too!

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RAYLINSTEPHENS 4/26/2010 5:18PM

    We need a certain percentage of fat in our diets - regardless of where it comes from.

So pick and choose what is best for you!

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AZURE14 4/26/2010 3:31PM

    I drink my coffee black for the same reason, although it hasn't helped me get out of the rut I'm stuck in. Still trying.

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Next Smaller Size, Please

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Two days ago, perhaps you read my blog, I tried on a formal just for fun and felt like a princess. Well, a grey-haired princess, but regal and slender just the same. Yesterday I bought a new pair of pants (another size 4 - hard to believe) and several cute blouses on sale. I enjoy clothes shopping now and feeling good in my new clothes. When I was a size 2x if I could get an item of clothing on and it looked half way good, I got it. Choices were limited. Now, there are so many things that look fine, there are almost too many choices.

Okay, and then I had a real reality check. Yesterday I decided to buy a new bathing suit. I would enjoy going swimming at the Y, both laps for exercise and for fun with my granddaughter, if only I had a suit that fit. Well, I had hoped to have that same proud feeling, to find many suits that looked okay, and to have a lot of choices. Well, I tried on a couple hundred suits. Nothing really looked like I had hoped. The shape is there, but the skin is so saggy. Most suits in my size have no support. And, of course, nothing hides the inner thigh sag. (Oh, well. Just accept that one.)

As I tried on suits it brought back a memory from my high school. My dad's oldest sister was put on a drastic sleep diet in the 1960's. She stayed in bed for weeks and only ate 600 calories a day. I was there on the day she was allowed to get up for the first time. She knew she had lost a lot of weight, but was horrified as she looked in the mirror at the wrinkled skin hanging from her posterior half the way down the back of her thigh. I thought "elephant butt." Fortunately I didn't say it.

Although my skin doesn't hang down that far, I have my own version of wrinkled elephant butt, I'm afraid. I really wanted a suit that hid the sag below my glutes. That limited my choice to very few suits.

But I finally found a suit that I thought was okay. I look slender, but very conservative. It comes up high on the chest and down low on the leg. It is black with a blue flower pattern. I bought a really cute black terry cloth cover up, matching flip flops, visor, and beach towel. I can see myself swimming laps for exercise, then walking down the corridor to the child care area and getting Natalie for a swim together. I can see me in it at the beach even. It will do just fine.

Maybe my skin will tighten up a little as I adjust to this new body. Maybe building muscle will help. Maybe not. Maybe I'll get better at bathing suit shopping. Maybe not. Maybe I'll even find a bikini that looks acceptable. Maybe not.

You know, that is okay. I'm happy in my clothes. And truth of the matter is I'm happy in my skin, too, even though I wish I could purchase the skin in the next smaller size.

  
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MONARCHCT 4/26/2010 8:57AM

    There is nothing worse than bathing suit shopping...at any age. But you are right, even when we are "right sized" it is depressing. I too have wrinkly skin on my thighs. I'm not sure if it from losing weight or from age, but it is not attractive! I'm hoping a little tan will help & that maybe things will tighten up with my running. But my experience has been that at most beaches/pools there are far, far worse looking folks in far, far smaller suits than I am wearing & they seem to be totally comfortable. Helps me keep a healthy perspective.

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DONNABRIGHT 4/25/2010 8:58PM

    Good for you.

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JOHAL52 4/25/2010 5:42PM

    Bathing suit shopping--ugh!! I found an ideal thing for the beach/poolside. A sarong!! I wear it as close to the water as possible and then, just before I go in, I pull it off, leaving it right by the water. Kudos to you though for being a size 4 in clothes!!! Wow!!

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WALKINGANNIE 4/25/2010 3:29PM

    I'm right there with you Marsha. In fact you could be ghost-writing for me when you describe the physical effects of your weight loss.

I'm also pleased with my size and shape when I'm dressed but self-conscious about areas of crepey skin. My upper arms are slim now but the 'old lady skin' embarrasses me and rules out sleeveless dresses and tops. My inner thighs are also trouble spots. The only hope that I have is that the skin on my midriff is definitely tightening and improving.

I'm still not allowed to swim in public pools since my illness last year because of the risk of cross-infection but I wonder if I could get away with a wetsuit to cover the problem areas!

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AQUAGIRL08 4/25/2010 2:26PM

    Marsha,
You are an amazing woman. You've come so far and have much to be proud of. A size 4! WOW! Can't beat that! Keep on doing what ever you've been doing because it's working!

Hugs,
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PERSISTANT123 4/25/2010 1:44PM

    As I read your blog, I realized that the sagging skin was one reason why I avoided seriously losing much weight. I think that I am going to have to get over that fear and just be happy with the new body I have when all the weight is gone.

Thanks for your honesty. It made me take a closer look at myself.
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JHADZHIA 4/25/2010 12:37PM

    Marsha,
Congrats on the lower sizes! That is just plain scary about your dad's poor sister! I had never heard of that kind of a diet before, yikes! It was amazing she could even walk being laid up like that, she must have lost a lot of muscle and bone mass too :(
I am somewhat fortunate, my butt is fine, but my belly is where the flap is, and some around my thighs, with, of course all the massive stretch marks. I also have those wavy sacs under my arms. A speedo style swim suit works for me and keeps the saggy breasts inline, another unfortunate side effect, they flap and sag down to my navel now, and I am not even a granny!! I have always hated the way women's swim suits are so very tight, form fitting and revealing, while guys get off with those nice comfy, baggy shorts down to their knees. Why the discrimination?? I have never seen a suit like you describe, wish I could find one like that!!
Welcome to the saggy, baggy club!
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MONTY68 4/25/2010 11:23AM

    Marsha
Cute blog but also very truthful. I am so fortunate that when I lost the 84 pounds, I had no sagging and lose skin. I don't understand, friends were amazed , well i do have a bit around the belly but the coach at the gym is working on it.
It does have to be a good feeling that you have choices in buying clothing. The bathing suit you bought sounds like it is beautiful. be proud when you walk by in it.
You have worked so hard to get to where you are. Let the world see you.

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BAGGYPANTS5 4/25/2010 11:14AM

    None of us is going to have the body of a 19 year old, or even a 30 year old, no matter how slim we get! We just have to accept it and enjoy the benefits that we have. No point wishing for more.
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PO_PAZZA 4/25/2010 11:07AM

    So, I'm not alone? That's comforting. I went through the same bathing suit revelation a few weeks ago. Sigh. I suppose if it must come down to a choice, we'll take the sags over the lumps, eh?

Thanks for a well-written, thought-provoking blog. I identify with everything you said.

Mary

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/25/2010 10:58AM

    Thanks for an honest and realistic look at the way our bodies look post-loss. I note the same thing in my own mirror... those little crepe-y bits on the inner thighs and the tummy.

They are getting smaller, but loose skin is loose skin, and you know what? So be it. This is me. This is real.

But serious thanks for the idea of a more conservative bathing suit... if I got one with legs to the knee, and arms to the elbow, I think I might look pretty decent in it and not scare the teenagers! emoticon

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Great Find!

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Today I did something I hadn't done for a long time, grocery shopping. My hubby likes to grocery shop because he likes to choose things to eat. But today he was content to let me go do the chore. I took the opportunity to pick up things he would never buy: boca burgers, tofu, unsalted nuts, grape tomatoes, frozen veggies (he likes canned), no salt added canned vegetables, unsweetened applesauce, string cheese, etc. I bought things we both like and use, too: fresh spinach, asparagus, corn on cob, bell peppers, pork loin, chicken, skim milk, paper products, etc. I bought wax paper to help Natalie slide on a park slide that sticks.

I also found something I'd never tried before, but had read about over and over on SparkPeople -- greek yogurt. I just tried it. It deserves the raves. The one I tried was Chobani strawberry (fruit on the bottom) non fat. It is positively delicious. What a great find!

  
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MONTY68 4/28/2010 5:01PM

    Hi Marsha

I get Publix's sale items on wed. Tomorrow Chobani Greek Yogurt goes on sal 10 for $10.00
Thought you would like to know

Monty

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AQUAGIRL08 4/25/2010 2:14PM

    Chobani is my favorite yogurt. All of the flavors are good. My favorites are strawberry and pineapple. You can even buy the plain and add a spoonful of Polanar's all fruit jelly as flavoring. Chobani's is a little more expensive but well worth the cost. It sounds like you're ready to do some healthy eating this week. Good for you (my idol!)! Keep up the great work!

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MONTY68 4/25/2010 9:58AM

    Marsha
I liked everything you bought at the store today, only thing, I wouldn't have bought the tofu because I wouldn't know what to do with it. I know that I saw something on TV about the Greek Yogurt and I think it was on the Biggest loser. Good Raves. emoticon

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DWKINSEY 4/24/2010 11:38PM

    I'm so glad you discovered the Chobani yogurt. It is my favorite brand and I eat it every morning for breakfast. I especially like the pomegranate flavor. Not only does Greek yogurt taste better, but it is higher in protein than regular yogurt. Fage is also a good brand to try--the cherry is yummy. Yoplait also makes a Greek yogurt.

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DWKINSEY 4/24/2010 11:38PM

    I'm so glad you discovered the Chobani yogurt. It is my favorite brand and I eat it every morning for breakfast. I especially like the pomegranate flavor. Not only does Greek yogurt taste better, but it is higher in protein than regular yogurt. Fage is also a good brand to try--the cherry is yummy. Yoplait also makes a Greek yogurt.

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SLIMLILA 4/24/2010 8:27PM

    I have looked everywhere for the Greek yogurt and no one has heard of it here in Alberta... I don't have a Costco membership being out in the boonies, I will have to ask my sil to look for me. She is Lebanese and she too has looked or it...

I couldn't imagine not buying my own groceries.....I recently found the Special K fruit crisp bars someone had shown me. coulnd't find them anywhere then I found them in a couple of places, so now I have strrawberry and blueberry.... Very nice!

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PINKSAINT247 4/24/2010 8:14PM

    I'll be honest, i do not dig the boca burgers. I will take the time to make lean turkey burgers any day. Even my non-picky monkey won't touch them.
Homemade yogurt is pretty easy to make as well and is less expensive. Google crock pot yogurt. Make sure to make it with whole milk as less fat milk doesn't turn out quite right (i've done both).

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UUCEEJAY 4/24/2010 7:55PM

    Love Greek yogurt in my smoothies. The things you buy that your hubby doesn't sounds just like the stuff I get for myself. I usually go to the store every other week to get "my stuff". My husband shops every week for the things we both use.

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JHADZHIA 4/24/2010 7:48PM

    I have never tried this Greek yogurt. I like my veggies fresh, can't imagine canned or frozen! Never heard of boca burgers, will have to look that one up!
Its interesting, but I find I have to look for products with fat in them as I am not getting in my fat range most of the time. I used to buy absolutely everything non fat, but that doesn't go with a raw fruit and veggies diet -no fat in those.. Even adding a natural almond butter didn't help.
Glad you found something new that you like!
Enjoy your weekend!

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RISSASPIECES 4/24/2010 6:25PM

    I am with you on the frozen veggies and greek yogurt! :-)

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PO_PAZZA 4/24/2010 6:09PM

    Isn't it wonderful? I eat it almost every day. Fage 0% fat plain yogurt tastes richer than ordinary high fat yogurts. I buy it plain and add my own fruit. Today, I added fresh strawberries. Oh, wow. Trader Joe's brand of Greek 0% fat yogurt is good, too, but I personally like the thicker texture of Fage's better.
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DAMOTIVATION 4/24/2010 6:08PM

    BTW, they sell Chobani Greek Yogurt at Costco if you have one near you. I love the peach flavor the best.

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/24/2010 5:31PM

    Oh, going to have to modify my grocery list now... you reminded me of a few things that I forgot to put on it! I've never tried the Greek yogurt, sounds like I'm going to have a new food adventure based on your raves!

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TANSIE3 4/24/2010 5:13PM

  I have never tried Greek yogurt but know I am inspired....
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FIT4MYLIFETIME 4/24/2010 4:53PM

    Greek yogurt rocks doesn't it???

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