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LEB0401 Posts: 301
12/17/12 4:02 P

I used to eat huge handful of baby spring mix with every meal. I didn't put any dressing or add other toppings, I just ate it alongside whatever else I was having.

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12/14/12 10:44 A

For me it was 100 calorie snack packs ... I needed to have the same taste but i needed them to be less than the real thing .. not sure that makes much sense though .

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12/13/12 9:04 P

Don't know that ever had a real go to food
Just ate what was in the home
Being aware of portion size
One day at a time

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,852)
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12/13/12 4:59 P

2oz of tuna
1 tsp low fat mayo
1/2 small whole wheat pita

I ate this every day for an entire summer

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,981)
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12/13/12 2:18 P

At the beginning I kind of ate crappy food. Mostly frozen meals...I had to relearn portions and I also worked full time and went to school at night, so I heavily relied on pre-prepared foods to get me to stay in my calorie ranges.

But, I'm rediscovering carrots and celery with hummus or some other kind of dip. Sounds silly but I hadn't actually eaten them for months. I had some out at a party the other night and now I keep eating them. Right now I'm eating them with an onion sour cream dip from the store, which happens to only be 60 calories for 2tbsp...about the same as hummus.

LOGOULD SparkPoints: (111,666)
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12/13/12 2:14 P

So many great reminders.....salsa on anything instead of fat laden sauces and dressings. oh, and peanut flour to make into a very lowfat and healthy peanut butter - lots of tasty filling protein!

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12/13/12 12:17 P

Nectarines and red pears. But they are seasonal and I try to get them when they are available.

ROSE-LITE Posts: 1,930
12/13/12 11:49 A


DUKEFAN86 SparkPoints: (110,939)
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12/13/12 11:43 A

Brussel sprouts have been an consistant favorite. New favorite? Frozen fruit.

12/13/12 10:55 A

veggie soups. i ate 0.5-1 litre as my dinner. Fatless, of course.

12/13/12 9:51 A

Spinach salad for me. With a variety of berries and a small amount of dressing. Still a favourite.

ONLINEASLLOU SparkPoints: (73,365)
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12/12/12 9:47 P

I ate more green vegetables with my dinner than I did before -- more than I do now.

JEANNINEW1 Posts: 548
12/12/12 8:40 P


JJGETMOVING789 Posts: 27
12/12/12 7:36 P

I love brussel sprouts too! I try to prepare a new vegetable each week. Sometimes that is a grain or fruit instead, but the idea is to get more nutrition and flavor and variety in my life.

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12/12/12 7:33 P

Brussell sprouts! Yes, I know, I'm weird but a big bowl of brussell sprouts are my go to snack to get me thru the evening.

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12/12/12 5:31 P

Grapefruit! Love it, and it's just getting to be the peak season pretty soon, when they're sweet and juicy and loaded with vitamins :) Mmmm

12/12/12 3:33 P

I've only been at this for 6 months, but nothing really sticks out in my mind. I just try to get as much variety as possible in the fruit and veggie catgory. I never used to eat veggies and now I can't get enough.

NAUSIKAA Posts: 4,848
12/12/12 2:57 P

It was so long ago I can barely remember. But I did eat a lot of Laughing Cow Light cheese and egg whites.

BASKETLADY13 Posts: 301
12/12/12 9:24 A

Trail mix because of the protein.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
12/12/12 9:00 A

Mine was carrots and celery with Peanut butter. I still eat them now as part of a healthy raw food diet, but the pb is now nut butter.

KKKAREN Posts: 12,754
12/12/12 8:43 A

grapefruit salad for snack. One grapefruit sectioned out, one banana, and few strawberries. Grapefruit just came in season but strawberries are incredibly high priced.

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12/12/12 8:23 A

It was grapes and fish for me.

GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,786
12/12/12 8:20 A

Did you have a favorite go-to food when you first lost weight? Now that I track on line I find it harder to go back to see what I ate when I was most successful...not impossible though.

For me it was melon - either watermelon or cantelope. Also low fat string cheese.

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