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Old 03-18-2012, 07:16 PM   #1
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HELP!

Tomorrow is my first DD at my clinical, I'm go go go all morning until 2. I packed a lunch but I fear if I eat it i'll be done for the day I packed:
an orange -first break
apple sauce-just in case
quinoa with a few prunes cut up and lightly drizzled with agave
soya drink( 170 cal! so I might just stick to water)

How will I survive a DD being so busy!
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:21 PM   #2
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OMGosh! You need protein! Protein, girl. Then you will survive.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:26 PM   #3
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Hi I'm brand new to Juddd but have been reading this forum for a couple months. Honestly if I were you I'd take a hard boiled egg in place of at least one of the fruits...70 cals/per and you'll get a bit of protein and fat to keep you going.

Hope tomorrow is a great day for you!

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Old 03-18-2012, 07:29 PM   #4
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OMGosh! You need protein! Protein, girl. Then you will survive.
Quinoa is high in protein, a complete protein and a super food. My issue is these almost take my whole day allotment
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:46 PM   #5
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I'd skip the soya drink and sip lots of water. Can you plan something to have in the evening, even if it's an egg or other protein, then work your remaining cals into your work day food? Unless you're one who prefers to eat during the day and isn't as hungry at night. But I have to say, DDs are much easier when you are busy, 'cause you just don't think about food.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:59 PM   #6
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I absolutely love to be busy on DD! It makes me completely forget that I am fasting. I definitely do not drink my cals on DD, but that is just my way. I have at least 200 cals in protein for breakfast and that seems to carry me through till dinner.
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I absolutely love to be busy on DD! It makes me completely forget that I am fasting. I definitely do not drink my cals on DD, but that is just my way. I have at least 200 cals in protein for breakfast and that seems to carry me through till dinner.
Same for me and I really agree with the "up your protein" suggestions here. If you are not a meat eater than fill that protein with beans, and other "filling" proteins. Quinoa, for me, though a great source of protein actually leaves me hungry after I eat it. The same goes for brown rice and pasta. Oatmeal or bread on the other hand will fill me for hours on end. Plus, chicken fills me better than beef or pork. Why? Have no idea about I have found what has worked for me through trial and error and now know exactly what I should eat on a busy DD to keep me going for hours, if needed.
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Hard boiled eggs are my go to food for quick, filling for a long time and easy to transport.
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I agree with skipping the orange and applesauce - which could trigger more hunger -and having a pouch of tuna and a hard boiled egg in place of those.
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Tomorrow is my first DD at my clinical, I'm go go go all morning until 2. I packed a lunch but I fear if I eat it i'll be done for the day I packed:
an orange -first break
apple sauce-just in case
quinoa with a few prunes cut up and lightly drizzled with agave
soya drink( 170 cal! so I might just stick to water)

How will I survive a DD being so busy!
I get very busy at work to! I am in home health. Even when I did atkins, I found that if I carried a baggie of snap peas in my pocket. I did really good! Maybe that would help if you get in a "snacky" mood! But yes do like everyone else has mentioned have an egg or even a few slices of turkey bacon (30 cals or so a slice) for breakfast. It really does help to have protein first thing! Seriously save the fruit for later in the evening, as Dottie said it could spark cravings!!

In fact I bought a bag of snap pea's today! I am saving them though. For thursday night, my daughter, son and I are going to the midnight showing of the hunger games, and its a DD for me. So instead of extra butter popcorn, I am having snap peas that I am hiding in my purse lol!!!
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:23 PM   #11
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I'll make a egg for breakfast before I head out, orange for snack( need to really boost Vitamin C right now and I'm allergic to the vitamin pills) eat the quinoa for lunch, forgo the applesauce. For dinner I was going to have sauteed mushrooms(20 cals)and edamame beans(120 per 11/8 cup). I'm not too big on meat, I do eat it just not often. I'll drink tea and water to help carry me through. Thank you for all the ideas.
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I do find keeping hydrated and being busy is way for me to forget all about food/hunger. I hope that works for you!
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Did you know a green bell pepper has more vitamin C than an orange?
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Did you know a green bell pepper has more vitamin C than an orange?
Huh. That's really interesting. I don't really like oranges, but I love bell peppers. Thanks Dottie!
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Old 03-19-2012, 12:41 PM   #15
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Well,I made it past my clinical. I ate a boiled egg for BF, lunch the quinoa and not the other food, just now a 100 cal bag of jerky...lets see how tonight goes.
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Well,I made it past my clinical. I ate a boiled egg for BF, lunch the quinoa and not the other food, just now a 100 cal bag of jerky...lets see how tonight goes.
Good job! I always have those light babybels with me and some fruit for a snack. Throw in an extra protein shake if you need it. I allow myself up to 750 for DDs, just in case.
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