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Photo Food Journal ... + feeling much better

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Im feeling much better today... dont know what my problem last night was, I just felt blah. I really appreciate all the supportive comments I got on my blog though last night, reading them really helped me from making a stupid desision. I ended up eating a huge salad.... It was like 5 points that I dident have but I knew it would fill me up so I wouldent want to eat more. Plus I exercised, even though I really dident want to. I slept on it and felt really good today.

Anywhoo, I did something totaly pointless today.... I took pictures of everything I ate. It actually kept me pretty honest though... who wants to take a picture of a handfull of triscuits or a spoon full of peanut butter. so I dident eat thouse snacky foods that I was tempted to eat.... plus I had fun taking pictures of all the things I ate.

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Breakfast - strawberrie wheat thins, glass of milk, banana



Lunch - Whole wheat pasta with steamed veggies and tomato pesto / salad with light ranch/ glass water



Snack - 1/2 can progresso chicken noodle soup



Dinner - Jambalya with turkey sausage, yellow corn, slice toasted bread



Snack- Mixed drink with 8oz Diet Mnt. Dew and 1 oz Vanilla Vodka



Snack - 3/4 cup light ice cream / 5 mini chocolate chips



Snack - cup mint tea, 1 tsp honey, 1 square dove dark chocolate



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Did great today .... ate right on target :-)
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  • 2010CHEETAH
    This was an awesome idea you had. I want to try doing this. Very motivating.
    2601 days ago
  • SLYNNK821
    Love the photo food journal... just goes to show that eating right doesn't have to look like rabbit food!
    2609 days ago
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