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Thursday 07/12/06

Postby KimE » Thu Dec 07, 2006 5:47 pm

Breakfast: shredded wheat, skinny milk, lsa

Morning meal: tuna, brown rice, cottage cheese and corn mixed together. kiwifruit

Lunch: well I have been seconded by another team to work for them for 2-3 months and my team did me a late morning tea I was unaware of so I had this in place of my healthy lunch :roll: So....5 ritz crackers with a serve of cheese and chives dip, handful of doritos nacho cheese and 3 chocolate chip bikkies, 1 lindt ball.

Afternoon Snack: light crackers with l/f cheese and tomato

Dinner: tofu salad

Somehow still managed around 1650 cals today, fat content a little higher than usual though.


Tomorrow is our team christmas lunch at the savoy. Sit down and eat till you drop then roll back to work. Luckily there are heaps of reasonably healthy options and the alcohol is out for me. Looking forward to some yummy prawns.
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Dec 07, 2006 6:41 pm

hey kim

sorry to be rude, but what sort of job are you in? im so nosy sorry! lol. im sure you wouldve burnt off that lunch today with your workout. hows your home gym going?

enjoy lunch tomorrow, im sure with sensible portions- which you are very capable of doing, you will be right ;)

p.s. i hate prawns *shudder* lol ;)
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Postby SarahC » Fri Dec 08, 2006 7:33 am

A free lunch! I'm jealous. We had one last year, but unfortunately I'm not strong enough to resist the free alcohol... so the afternoon back at work was quite interesting lol.

Right here we go again..

Overnight/early morning: Banana, Dark rye toast w/ cashew spread.

Breakfast: Wheat bran, protein crunch, LSA, soy milk

Morning tea: 1/4 HPLC Bar

Lunch: Thai Tofu w/ steamed veg

Afternoon tea: Apple (a giant one!)

Early dinner: Tuna w/ salad

Drinks: 1 gls chardonnay (it was "organic" wine, very interesting)

Late night snack(s): Felafel balls (x2) w/ veggie sticks
Soy yoghurt
Dates (x4)
PC's Protein Crisps

I went a bit overboard with the late night eating :oops: I had a tiny "dinner" at 4:30pm as I was going out after work and assumed there would be food there, which there wasn't. Not too much damage done anyway :roll: And I drove my car in the peak hour traffic so that I wouldn't be able to drink too much, good aren't I :P
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:05 am

good work sarah! is cashew spread like peanut butter?
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Postby Ally » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:40 am

It is a spread Kate, very yummy apparently!! I was just going to ask Sarah, what is the calorie content on 1 tablespoon please??
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Postby FatGarfield » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:13 am

Breakfast: 1 soy-linseed toast, no butter
Lunch: Fried chicken (just 1 piece) with l/f vegie and brown rice.
Snack: 1 kiwi fruit
Dinner: Fried chicken and boiled noodles
Snack: 1 kiwi fruit, 1/2 cup of coffee, 1/4 Almond finger
More Snack: 3 table spoons of noodles with 40g chicken and lots of fresh lemon juice.

Drank 3.5 litres of water, 0.5 litre of green tea. 300ml warm milk
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Postby SarahC » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:18 am

The one I get is hazlenut, almond and cashew (too lazy to type that out every time lol). Per 100g it is around the 2500kJ mark, so you wouldn't want to go crazy on it! Hope that helps... sorry the jar is at home and I'm not :oops:
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