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Wednesday's Food Blog with Pics

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Accountability Blog. I did so well at WI that I want to repeat my success next Wednesday.

Gluten Free Steel Cut Oats with Almond Milk, Cinnamon, Sliced Almonds, 1c Fresh Blueberries and 1 Sausage link and Passion Fruit Tea with NuNatural

It was cool this morning so I went for a run and make it a bit longer since I didn’t have to deal with the humidity today. I ran 4.63 miles in about 48 minutes.

Post-Workout Snack
Quest Banana Nut Muffin Protein Bar and Water

Rudi Plain Gluten Free Wrap with Tuna with Organic Vegenaise Dressing and NSA Relish. Carrots and this Vegan Collard Green Pesto I picked up at a farmer’s market. Not sure how to track it so I just put it in as regular Pesto.

Afternoon Snack
Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds (I’ve been waiting for WI day to eat these.)

I was really hungry to so instead of eating I drank one of these. For some reason, it seems to fill me up better than just plain water

Spring Mix, Tomatoes, Carrot, Cucumber, FFBV and Sweet Potato and Pork Chop

Snack (I was hungry so I hope this holds me over)
Apple with 1/2T Almond Butter

Calories 1,710; Carb 167g; Fat 74g; Protein 116; Fiber 44

Not bad being that Wednesday's are usually my splurge day and I seemed to have kept it in check. According to the new nutrition tracker I still have 115 more calories to be in my low range but if I hadn't burned any calories I would have been at the high end of my range. So I'm cool ending the day here. The kitchen is officially closed at 7pm. If I'm only allowed water or zero calorie drinks.

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    1675 days ago
    1675 days ago
    Nice going! your supper looks so good! so does the chocolate if I could only get myself to like dark chocolate life would be so much better. LOL
    Keep it up!!

    1675 days ago
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