SHANNONC714

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My first try at a food blog, and why I'm happy I tried it!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

So today I decided to take pics of everything I ate. We'll I was a meal late when I decided to. So I did my took pics of my 3 snacks and lunch. When dinner rolled around I was over it and didn't take a picture.
Well right now I was looking at the pictures and realized I never logged the egg and dressing I put on my salad!!! That's an extra 160 calories. I'm so glad that the photos helped me remember everything I put in my mouth.
So my first food blog goes like this-
Breakfast-
2 slices of whole wheat toast with smart balance and honey. Coffee with a splash of milk. 5.5 oz low sodium V8
Snacks- Strawberry Cottage Doubles, 1 egg white, cup of 1% Milk, .5 oz of Emerald Cinnamon Almonds, 1/2 of grapefruit.

Lunch- I grilled Chicken Breasts marinated in teriyaki and pineapple, a huge salad with balsamic dressing, parmesan cheese and a egg.

Dinner-
Leftover Chicken, baked potato, smart balance, steamed veggies, 1/2 cup of grapes, 1 cup of carrots.
Dessert-
Sugar Free Jello Mousse
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  • NUTS4NUTELLA
    Looks like you did good yesterday! Food blogs always make me so damn hungry. emoticon
    3751 days ago
  • MELLYBEANS0919
    Mmm yummy! Great food blog!
    3752 days ago
  • THIRTEENREASONS
    Your lunch looks soooo good! I tried the "picture food blog" thing and it's hard. It's fun to look at what other people are eating, but when I try it myself it's hard to remember to snap a picture before I eat it... but it really does make me think about what I'm eating.
    3752 days ago
  • JO*ANNE*IE
    Wow!!!!! Great job on your first try, Sweetie!! I look forward to seeing -- and reading -- future entries!
    3752 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6298005
    I have a food blog and I love it!
    www.jenslosinit.com
    3753 days ago
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