Well, yes and no.
What are your calorie requirements for a day? If you do the SP weight goal track thing, it will calculate how many calories a day you should eat. You build up from there.
There are a lot of variables with what you gave. What kind of cereal? How big of a bowl? What kind of bread on the sandwich? What kind of sandwich? How much string cheese? Lowfat yoplait, full calorie yoplait?
If, say, your calorie range is 1500 per day..you start subtracting from there:
Yoplait 200 cals (I've no idea I don't eat yogurt)
Apple 100 cals
2 pieces bread 200 cals
cereal 150 cals
Milk 90 cals
Right there (these are just guesses on the numbers here) you are at almost 700 calories. Then you keep subtracting as you eat. Does that make sense?
Otherwise the food it's self sounds healthy.....
Use the SP tracker for entering food, the more you do, the more you learn how to get the most food for your bang.
I used to think "Clean Eating" was devouring cupcakes while mopping the floor.
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