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Planning for success

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Tomorrow morning, will have a serving of steel cooked oats with a banana, cinnamon and sweetener + 1 ounce cooked ham

Lunch- 1 cup of green beans with diced onion and 1 tsp olive oil
3 ounce cube steak country fried
1 small baked potato

Out to dinner for
chicken fajita mix with corn chips and salsa

Plan snack with Orange and 5 crackers with tuna 2 oz
This my preparation for a successful day with good eating
2 cups coffee, 6 glasses of h20

Go to Y and ride the elliptical for at least 15 min.

Okay here we go.
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    Yay, completed day of planned menus, except went out to dinner. Stayed good at diner had a Mediterranean chicken salad with balsamic vinaigrette on the side and rosemary bread with olive oil dipping sauce. Stayed well within calorie range.
    At grocer found turkey wings on sale. Boiled them and skinned them to make some low fat Greek Turkey Salad: 1 pound diced white meat turkey or chicken
    2 boiled eggs diced
    1/2 cup diced onion
    1 cup peeled, seeded and diced cucumber
    2.25 ounce can of sliced black olives
    5 T. of light mayo
    I weighed out whole mix per measurements above.
    It was 1062 grams mixed.
    _ total calories for mix was 1074.4; fat-54.5,
    protein 96.3; and K-1860

    Using grams I can portion out servings by weight and then plug in grams eaten and get accurate counts for what eat.

    The other good thing is I have much left for several days.

    As my husband said tonight I am getting back up on that horse again to ride forward to my goal.
    1798 days ago
    Great plan and hey you can do it!!!!
    1799 days ago
    1799 days ago
    emoticon Great Plan!! Good Luck!!
    1799 days ago
    Great plan! You have named it ....now to follow through! emoticon
    1800 days ago
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