Visual Food Blog - Sunday, April 24, 2011

Monday, April 25, 2011

Too much protein; not enough calcium; way too much sodium

Breakfast 360 calories 51 g carbs 6 g fat 40 g protein 19% calcium
1361 mg sodium 11 g fiber 35 g cholesterol

Spinach Feta Tuna Matzah Pie (¾ board matzah, 2 T egg white, 6 T 1% cottage cheese, 2 oz feta, 1.75 oz chunk light tuna in water, garlic onions, 80 grams frozen chopped spinach, olive oil spray)

Red seedless grapes

Lunch 305 calories 24 g carbs 2 g fat 41 g protein 5% calcium
2918 mg sodium 6 g fiber 70 g cholesterol

7 slices turkey breast
1 vegetable patty
Ethiopian braised cabbage
Raw carrots, celery and red pepper

Dinner 715 calories 67 g carbs 16 g fat 78 g protein 23% calcium
1694 mg sodium 11 g fiber 131 g cholesterol

4¾ oz tilapia
4 oz Greek yogurt mixed with 15 g Dijon mustard
2 vegetable patties
Tuscan vegetables in a tomato sauce
1 board gluten-free matzo

Snacks 123 calories 32 g carbs 0 g fat 4 g protein 0% calcium
1260 mg sodium 7 g fiber 0 g cholesterol

Stewed Tomatoes – 1.75 cups

Total for Day 1,503 calories 173 g carbs 24 g fat 162 g protein
49% calcium 7233 mg sodium 34 g fiber 237 g cholesterol
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    Oh man. What an awesome idea! Also, I haven't had breakfast this morning and everything looks so yummeh!
    3373 days ago
    Good grief, why is the sodium so high on lunch and dinner? Is it the turkey and the tomatoes? It definitely pays read labels. It's shameful how much salt they put in stuff.
    3434 days ago
    Wow, you really got your protein in, that's what I have trouble with.
    3434 days ago
    looks great! Have you posted the spinach-feta matzah recipe?
    3434 days ago
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