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~ Day 16 Carb Cycling [LC] ~

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Day 16 [LC] Tuesday:

B: Cottage cheese / strawberries / coffee

L: Trader Joe's Chicken Asada with 2.5 cups of mixed roasted bell pepeprs/onions

D: TJ's gourmet chicken meatballs with provolone cheese/sun-dried tomatoes; 3.5 servings green beans w/bacon and Ginger pear tea

S: Baked cracklin with tabasco sauce

Calories: 1151; Carbs: 58 (45 net carbs) / Fat: 45 / Protein: 112


AM Walk: Mins: 17:00 / Cal: 78 and Mins: 13:00/ Cal: 59
Total time: 30 minutes / Calories: 137

Light exercise today. Took public transportation to work, but walked to the bus stop and to my job after I got off the bus. My boss gave me a cork board and I brought it home this evening... great for my art references and studies, etc.

HC day tomorrow. My goal is to walk to work. I may take the bus home depending on how I feel because I want to get a strength training workout in after work.

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    I just purchased Chris Powell's new book and joined the team on SP. How are you liking your results so far?
    1459 days ago
    I wish you lived closer so I could go walking with you. Hope you are enjoying some cooler temperatures.
    1462 days ago
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    You sure do love your bacon! Can't imagine eating something like cracklin -nothing good about putting that into your system at all! Better to stick with walnuts (higher antioxidants than blueberries!) for a fat serving.. Sure wish they would bring that Trader Joes to Canada!!!
    Good for you getting your walking in in spite of hot temperatures! Hope its reasonable for you to walk to work!
    1464 days ago
    Love your goal. Right now the weather here is good to be outside. It's 64 this morning. Less humid and is supposed to cool off more.
    1464 days ago
    emoticon good workout!
    1464 days ago
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