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8/23/13 9:02 A

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I would add salads with lots of greens and other raw type veggies

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8/19/13 6:21 A

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I agree with BILBY4...Tracking has become routine to me...even though I still need to increase food intake...if I wait til I'm hungry I would never eat..I keep baby containers to store fruits and veggies to eat from every couple hours to make sure I'm eating something and its good for me

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8/19/13 4:37 A

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I think it would be useful if you tracked your food for a month and shared your tracker so we can have a look at it. 'Green smoothie' has no standard. It could be 150 calories or 1000 depending on what you put in it and how much.
Other points to note:
- you haven't mentioned snacks at all. what? how often?
- are weekends any different to your regular routine?
- alcohol and other high calorie splurges?
- how much exercise do you get?
- what are you trying to do? lose, maintain or gain?
- do you have any underlying health issues?

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8/19/13 12:28 A

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I eat 3 times a day and it looks something like this:

Breakfast is a light meal - usually a green smoothie or fruit with soaked flaxseeds on top or a small bowl of oatmeal with flaxseeds and goji berries.

I don't usually have much time in the morning so I like an easy, quick breakfast. Also, I am not very hungry in the morning.

Sometimes I skip breakfast if I'm in a rush or had a big or late dinner the night before.

Lunch is usually my biggest meal (unless I go out for dinner). I have a long lunch break, so I will cook a big vegetable stir-fry with different types of beans and/or egg.

Dinner is also light like breakfast. It may consist of a bit of left overs, soup or a green smoothie if I didn't have one for breakfast.

It's not always like this, especially on the weekend which I don't really diet on

What do you think?

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