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Oxygen Bikini Ready/Eat Clean Challenge Day #6--Food Log

Sunday, May 01, 2011

This menu was to be a "Eat Clean cooler 1 menu". As always I made some modifications based on what my schedule was and what foods I had available, so it is more of a cooler 2 kinds thing

Day 6, Saturday April 30

~Egg white casserole (Rachel Mac's recipe)
~1 slice eziekiel bread
~Coffee with stevia
~1 cup non-sweetened almond milk

~1 cup non-fat plain greek yogurt with vanilla, stevia, 1/2 Tbsp unsweetened coconut, 1/2 tsp flax seed, cinnamon and 1/2cup raspberries
~water with lemon

~grilled chicken on a big old green salad with balsamic vinegar
~1/2 cup grapes
~water with lemon

~Hummus with radishes, cucumber and carrots
~water with lemon
~scant handful cashews

~Chicken Nasi Goreng (from the first Eat Clean cookbook--THIS WAS PRETTY GOOD!)
~1/2 cup brown rice
~Water with lemon

~Green monster (protein powder, 1 cup non-sweetened almond milk, fresh spinach, 1/2 frozen banana and 1/2 tsp flax seed)

I did well--everything was clean. I did add some cashews in that I had not planned on, but I felt like I needed some at the time. I also had some greek yogurt today which is not cooler 1, but I really wanted some so I just went for it. Better to have a few unplanned cashews and eat some Greek yogurt then binge on candy, right?

~Ran 5 miles
~Bicep, triceps, abs strength training
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    2001 days ago
    Your menu sounds GOOD!
    Is this a diet?
    Where can I find out More?

    I just looked up the Eat Clean diet....
    gonna read and SEE if its for Me............
    2001 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/1/2011 7:14:07 PM
    Mmm, all that food sounds so incredible! I'd be interested in trying this!
    2001 days ago
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