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Old 10-28-2011, 06:58 PM   #31
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B: coffee w h&h
Apple

S: 100 cal popcorn

L: meal bar

S: 10 jelly bellies.
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:30 PM   #32
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DD for me!!

B. 70 cals 1/4 cup egg beater on 1 slice Lcal bread

L. 80 cals 1 FF hot dog on 1 slice Lcal bread

D. 294 cals 1 serving (2 cups) DD Chicken Sausage Tuscano Soup (post # 55 on the DD only Recipe thread) 1 slice Italian Herb Fococcia bread

S. 183 cals (60 of which was the FF half and half/SF coffee mate) 3 pieces SF hard candy, 1 whole DD pumpkin pie (post # 797 on the regular JUDDD Recipe Sticky Thread) 1 glass FF Calorie Countdown milk, FF half and half, SF coffee mate, tea and coffee throughout the day.

TOTAL FOR DAY: 627 Cals.....81 Carbs
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:38 PM   #33
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My 2nd DD for me and I'm over my calories at 800

B light yogurt and raspberries
L guacamole, lettuce, chicken breast
S low fat cottage cheese and grape tomato
S feta cheese
D brussel sprouts
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:44 PM   #34
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UD for me. So far, I know i am going to have an apple and i just put the crock pot on w /homemade chili. I'm sure there will be other things, just have not planned it out yet.

Let me ask, do you all plan ( pre-plan) out your UD meals in advance? Or do you just go-with-the-flow? I'm reading and learning as much as i can. I need to make sure that i don't "diet" on my UD, but at the same time, i don't wanna go over board either, meaning lots of junk food...Guess I'm a tad confused . Like right now, I'm hungry, but making myself wait

Please advise...
Thanks..
I use to plan but now kinda know what I like to eat on my UDs and the calorie count so it's kinda easy to just think of what I want to have and then go from there. I still journal everything I can but don't stress about when I go out to eat and don't know the calorie count. If I think it's going to be a high cal dinner I only eat half!
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:47 PM   #35
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My 2nd DD for me and I'm over my calories at 800

B light yogurt and raspberries
L guacamole, lettuce, chicken breast
S low fat cottage cheese and grape tomato
S feta cheese
D brussel sprouts
Hi Sunnilou and I think I may have missed your coming on board with us!!

I would like to suggest something to help your DDs stay within your calorie limit. Many of us find that eating lots of veggies and some protein works the best to give us more "bang" for your calorie buck and to keep us full, plus it also gives us LOTS of food to chew on! I'm not sure if you are someone who doesn't eat meat, but there seems to be a lot of cheese/dairy in your DD menu and those, unless FF, are calorie dense food items that add up quickly.

Just a thought, and nothing more, and thought it might help some.
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Old 10-29-2011, 05:46 AM   #36
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I did much better on my UD( thought is was going to be a MD)...but ended up going out to lunch with my sister in law for her birthday and decided to make it an up day.

My first big accomplishment is that I calculated everything!

I ended up 500 calories over (approx.) Which is much much better

It is really hard to calculate restaurant food.


I ate:

chips and queso
fried shrimp
a few fries
coleslaw
cake
and wine
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Old 10-29-2011, 06:38 AM   #37
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Hey RileyWorm, what part of Illinois do you live in? Hopefully not Chicago!
i live just outside of STL. did waaayy too much celebrating last night. we love our cardinals!!!


just saw you are from illinois too

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