and now that your tracker is public:
-try finding a different brand of american cheese. i buy publix and it has [for a 3/4 oz slice] 70 cals and 5 g fat and 4 g protein
- if you're eating three square meals a day, each meal needs to have about 20 g protein in it.
- a serving of protein/meat is 3-4 oz. a big reason why you aren't getting enough is that your standard breakfast has little, and you don't seem to be eating more than half a serving at a meal. two half servings of protein equal a single serving and you should be aiming for 2-3 per day.
-the biscuits and cornbread need to be cut down. i love bread, but three corn muffins and a biscuit are too much for one day.
-perhaps try replacing the cornbread with your pork and beans concoction with polenta. it's cornmeal, you're not adding nearly as much fat and if you want to add fat you can add some cheese.
-also on the 9th, you have just over a Tablespoon [a Tablespoon would be .0625 cups and you have .08 cups] of two different soups tracked for dinner. and pork and beans you have just over half a Tablespoon tracked. i'm not sure if this is just a measuring or entering error, but if it is not, i am absolutely curious as to what meal uses 1/6 a cup of liquid, less than an ounce of ground beef, and three corn muffins.
- i would say you need to add some grains to your diet. 100 cals is going to add no fat and about 3.5 grams of protein. put that with your veggies and you should be able to cut back on the muffins
-1.3 cups of ice cream just isn't feasible when you are eating that few calories. those calories need to be going to things that will actually provide nutrients to your body, not empty calories. especially on days when you are already eating 200 cals of muffins.
-google first. ask questions later.