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4/18/11 10:32 P

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That's great MRITECH! Keep up the good work and pat yourself on the back! emoticon

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4/18/11 10:05 P

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I am new to the Eat Clean Diet and have only been doing it for about 10 days now. I am feeling amazing and do not even feel hungry throughout the day...my cravings for sugary snacks are gone. Here is my typical day:
Breakfast-1/2 cup (dry) old fashioned oats, 1/2 c. skim milk, 1/2 c. water, 1/4 c. fresh blueberries, dash of cinnamon (mix all together and microwave for 1 minute) along with 3 large egg whites (scrambled and eaten separate from the oatmeal)
Snack#1-1 can tuna in water (drained), 1/2 cucumber sliced
Lunch-4 oz. chicken breast, 1/2 sweet potato, 1 cup veggies (fresh, frozen, or canned)
Snack#2-1 can chicken breast in water (drained), 1/2 apple
Dinner-4 oz. lean meat, 1/2 sweet potato (or 1/2 c. brown rice), 1 cup veggies (fresh, frozen, or canned)

I space these "meals" out every 3 hours and in 10 days I have lost 5 pounds! Last night I made an amazing clean pizza using whole wheat tortilla shell, diced tomatoes, g. pepper, mushrooms, onion, ground turkey, and fat free mozerella cheese...yummo:)

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4/17/11 9:09 P

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Breakfast- oatmeal with cinnamon and cranberries and walnuts and four egg whites
Snack- strawberries and blackberries (or a banana with a little peanut butter and flax seed on top when berries aren't in season)
lunch- veggies with hummus and some yogurt with berries or an apple
Snack- "trail mix" high protein cereal from Trader Joe's with unsulfured dried fruit and some almond slivers OR a yam with some cinnamon sprinkled on top and some walnuts heated up with a little pure maple syrup
Dinner- veggies (steamed, roasted, fresh, etc.) and some kind of protein
Don't always have an after dinner snack but if I'm hungry I'll have a bowl of cereal or a wrap with a small amount of cheese.

Basically- I eat when I'm hungry. I work out every day. I make new recipes for "on the go" foods once a week or so so that I don't get bored and I allow a little wiggle room for not "clean" items if I so choose. :)


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3/13/11 7:59 A

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Breakfast
4 egg whites, 1 egg, sprinkle of cheese (that way I don't need salt), ~.5c spinach (cooked first)
and then either bread with PB + flaxseed meal and jam or cereal (.5c if oats, 1 cup of wheat based) with .5 c FF milk mixed with .5 scoop protein powder, tiny bit of honey. Blueberries if I've got them

AM Snack
.5-1C cottage cheese with walnuts on top, if after a work out piece of fruit is added.

Lunch
4-5 oz protein plus .5 C carb (ie rice) and vegetables fresh and/or frozen

Second Lunch
Protein ~3oz and fresh veggies

Dinner
Protein and veggies, a carb is after a workout.

Workout
1c FFmilk + I scoop Protein powder, a fruit if is was really rough.

My after lunch meals are far less defined, but I am working on that,

LV

Indianapolis IN - Eastern Time Zone.

Ran my first Marathon, Indianapolis Indiana October 16th 2010.

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I miss you Dad (I know you'd be proud of me).
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3/11/11 2:58 P

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When i am consistent my meal plan looks like the following:

Breakfast: Pancake (cottage cheese, oats, one egg) topped with almonds raisins & a little honey.

Snack 1: Banana & Light Cheese string

Lunch: Sandwich (typically soy burger on a wholewheat bun) with side of spinach & feta salad.

Snack: 2 Snack bar or piece of fruit

Dinner: Roasted or frozen vegetables with lean protein (chicken breast, salmon, tuna)
and carb (potato, rice, couscous etc) etc

Post workout snack protein brownie (1 scoop PP topped with 1 tbs Peanut butter)

Not sure just how 'clean' it is.

Edited by: FEED_ME_SHOES at: 3/11/2011 (14:59)
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3/11/11 1:39 P

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I am consistently a "clean" eater but not always consistent in balance or portion control.
So I don't really have a "typical" day I guess.

Yesterday's meals:
AM - poached egg on a bed of steamed spinach along side a handful of fresh orange segments and about 2 tablespoons of fermented veggies

Middle of the day:
About 2 tablespoons yogurt cheese sprinkled with chopped roasted almonds and a small drizzle of maple syrup

PM: Acorn squash soup sprinkled with a little grated Parmesan and drizzled with olive oil and a small glop of yogurt cheese on top

Now that was a menu I am happy with. The portions were good, the meals were tasty and I felt satisfied.

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3/11/11 12:14 P

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Here is my typical day:

Meal one: 1/2 serving muesli cereal with 1/2 soy milk (just to put something in my belly before going to the gym).

Meal two: 1 scoop protein & carb power (200 calories)

Meal three: 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 Tablespoon pecans, 1 T raisins, dash of cinnamon

Meal four: Large salad with beans (either kidney, black or garbanzo), veggie protein - black bean burger patty, balsamic vinegar, Banana for dessert

Meal five: Apple and raw nuts (cashews and almonds)

Meal six: celery sticks with peanut butter and raisins

Meal seven: dinner - chicken, whole wheat couscous, broccoli



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3/11/11 11:11 A

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Fit Artist: your menu looks so delicious! I love stir-frying with coconut oil.

Flex Chef: thanks for the resources, I will definitely have to check out the links!



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3/11/11 10:31 A

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There are many public nutrition logs you could easily go snoop on other people's spark page, namely many of the ones on my friends list and you will learn volumes. I am also leaving you a few of my blogs to look over granted its enough food to feed a large man so keep that in perspective but hopefully you get some good principles to follow.

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www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
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3/11/11 10:24 A

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Today's menu


Pre workout: small galss of veggie juice
post workout: cottage cheese with fresh raspberries
lunch: shrimp, peppers, onion & garlic stir fried in coconut oil
snack:Greek yogurt, whey protein and fresh raspeberries (gotta eat them while their fresh!)
dinner: chicken Caesar
dessert; chocolate almont halvah (not that clean but it is all natural, and I deserve a treat today. It also fits into my calorie, protein, carb and fat range)

12 glasses of water
1 cup of tea before bed

Edited by: FIT_ARTIST at: 3/11/2011 (10:24)
~Laura

"If it tastes good; Spit it out!" ~ Jack Lalanne

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3/11/11 9:25 A

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Hey all,

I would find it so helpful if any of you who consistently eat clean would post a typical daily menu? I'd like to get a better picture of what it would look like to eat all clean meals and snacks. Ideas and inspiration are sure to follow! Thank you :)



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