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NATHELESS
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Eating well - photo food journal - Thursday, March 28

Friday, March 29, 2013

Thursday was another day of good gorgeous eats. It feels wonderful to be treating my one-and-only body to happy healthy sane meals, and my body is letting me know it appreciates my efforts!

Breakfast:
Coffee, milk, sugar
Greek yogurt and almonds
2 Clementines



Lunch:
Last of the green bean salad, tomatoes, last of the beets, hard boiled egg, whole grain crackers



Dinner:
Quinoa w/corn and peas, cheese



Grapefruit juice

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  • NATHELESS
    Bill, that's interesting - it certainly didn't feel like it was too little food. I may need to do a little calorie/nutrient estimating and make sure I'm not going too light!

    LJCANNON - thanks!! I strive for delicious!
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    1278 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/30/2013 9:51:05 AM
  • LJCANNON
    emoticon It is True that we "Eat with Our Eyes". I am just happy that Spark does not have Smell-A-Vision!!! Your meals look DELICIOUS!!!
    1278 days ago
  • BILL60
    You are incredibly disciplined. I could not consume that Little Food. Good for you!!
    1278 days ago
  • NATHELESS
    Thanks, Tug!

    One of the things that helps me with portion control is small plates. Then my portions look bounteous when they are really quite reasonable.

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    1279 days ago
  • TUGBOAT88
    Wow, beautiful pix from a beautiful woman! It really helps me to see what normal portions look like. I love it.
    1279 days ago
  • NATHELESS
    Thanks for the good wishes, Vic!

    In this context it is very true... Giving my body good quality food in reasonable quantities will give me a bumper harvest of health!
    1279 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Remember, that what we sow we shall reap. God Bless YOU! Vic.
    1279 days ago
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