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Old 03-30-2012, 04:04 AM   #1
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It's Friday - what are you eating?

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B: coffee + a cappuccino (keurig one 80 cals)
D: Mexican restaurant, maybe fish tacos
S: no idea lol
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:24 AM   #2
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I just realised I posted in yesterday's thread, so here goes again:

my first DD today:

- fat free quark (very German, delicious and filling) 250 grams, 178 cals
- tuna packed in water, 90 grams, 96 cals
- wild tomatoes, 100 grams, 17 cals
- garden cucumber (they are tastier than the big watery ones) 100 gams, 12 cals
- lightly smoked turkey breast, sliced, 150 grams, 179 cals.

This brings my total to 482, so I could add some raspberry protein powder (no soy!) to my quark for flavour which would up my protein and add 16 cals for a TB scoop, which would bring my cals up to 498...

I'm new too!!!

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Old 03-30-2012, 04:55 AM   #3
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I've been reading through some of the Atkins for Life menus Dr. Atkins planned out. He wrote this book prior to his death.. it came out in 2003, the same year as he died. I was wondering what all he would have given us in these ensuing years if he had not passed so early.

Breakfast from Atkins Menu Plan 12:
. cheese & mushroom omelet
. 1 slice light rye toast
. 1 orange

Lunch from Atkins Menu Plan 1
. large green salad w/dressing
. 1/2 tomato
. hamburger patty
. 1/3 cup green peas

don't know what for supper yet
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:58 AM   #4
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B - one egg/two egg white omelet, coffee with HWC ( 275)
L - soup with added Miracle rice (80)
D - tilapia , spinach and ketchup(140)
total 485
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:06 AM   #5
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:47 AM   #6
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DD here but I have an evening meal to eat at a friend's home which will not be DD friendly.

She is preparing a slow roast belly pork.... and that is one of my favourite meals.

I will not eat until we go there, I am managing on broth until then.

So I may be over my calories today, but so what? I saw 120.6 this week.
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Old 03-30-2012, 07:20 AM   #7
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DD and I am on the road running so need to do some processed stuff
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breakfast and lunch 2 shakes and a full bar 290 calories
supper cabbage with chicken, kale soup, and a salad 220 calories total for day 510
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I've been reading through some of the Atkins for Life menus Dr. Atkins planned out. He wrote this book prior to his death.. it came out in 2003, the same year as he died. I was wondering what all he would have given us in these ensuing years if he had not passed so early.

Breakfast from Atkins Menu Plan 12:
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. 1 slice light rye toast
. 1 orange

Lunch from Atkins Menu Plan 1
. large green salad w/dressing
. 1/2 tomato
. hamburger patty
. 1/3 cup green peas

don't know what for supper yet
That's interesting, Pat, and I wonder how his plan would have evolved over time as well. The lunch looks like it could be a "hamburger salad" (except for the peas) like I would sometimes have on LC, where I'd crumbled up a cooked hamburger into the salad (with cheese though) and lettuce, tomato, little onion, and use mayo & a bit of mustard and ketchup as the dressing.
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Old 03-30-2012, 08:35 AM   #9
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Intermittent near-fasting til 5 p.m. or what I refer to as my DD/FD rotation....

B
-blend of white tea, decaf Earl grey and decaf green tea with stevia
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Old 03-30-2012, 08:38 AM   #10
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Good morning, Happy Friday!! Didn't have a need to throw a MD in there after all, so back to my regular course of a DD today (I so love JUDDDing!!)
B: Vitatops Banana nut muffin top (100)
L: Lean Cuisine Shrimp Alfredo (210)
D: Breakstone's lowfat cottage cheese w/pineapple (individ. serving) - (100), one large scrambled egg (101)
S: Dannon Lite and Fit Carb and Sugar Control yogurt (45)
Total: 556 - a bit over my 500 limit, but wanted to throw in some good protein, so all's good!!
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Old 03-30-2012, 08:46 AM   #11
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DD and meatless
B dannon yoggie,coffee w hwc
L:some kind of meatless soup
D:gonna treat me to Carl jr takeout to help keep the house clean as I need to pack not clean tonite. Anyway bought their lc style fried fish and zuchinni fries the other day yum gonna repeat it today.
snacks if needed string cheese, almonds, grapefruit
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Old 03-30-2012, 08:58 AM   #12
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DD Here.

Water Water Decaf Coffee Water Water

2tbs HWC

I will have 2HB eggs and a can of Tuna later IF I need them.
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Old 03-30-2012, 09:36 AM   #13
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UD but it's also a steak day (per hcg) after a bad DD involving vodka and a pizza pocket I'm up 2 lbs

b: nothing
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Old 03-30-2012, 09:47 AM   #14
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B: coffee
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D: 6 slices bacon, 1/2 bag shirataki noodles with ham + spicy chicken andouille sausage + LC blue cheese wedge + fresh hot salsa verde

460 calories total. Attempting shirataki noodles again because they're so much easier to get than the kelp noodles and are cheaper for me. They caused awful bloating and digestive issues the last couple times I tried, but maybe if I have just half a bag instead of the full bag it'll be ok?
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I have been looking at numbers of this meal this evening, and I think I may try a MUDDD day like you Sophie. I have had only 75 cals since 10 last night, so at 7.30 this evening I could start a FD. My day tomorrow is a quiet one with no commitments so I could enjoy a nice breakfast and lunch then do a DD fast until Sunday evening when I am entertaining family.

Any comments?
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DD. Happy Friday everyone!

B: coffee
L: --
D: 6 slices bacon, 1/2 bag shirataki noodles with ham + spicy chicken andouille sausage + LC blue cheese wedge + fresh hot salsa verde

460 calories total. Attempting shirataki noodles again because they're so much easier to get than the kelp noodles and are cheaper for me. They caused awful bloating and digestive issues the last couple times I tried, but maybe if I have just half a bag instead of the full bag it'll be ok?
I have the same problem with miracle noodles! It is SO weird to me because I generally tolerate fiber better than others, but the noodles give me major gas! I do well with half a bag, but it is harder to make a main dish bulk with that amount. I like some of the smaller shapes in soups and stuff (rice, orzo) and don't seem to bloat as much with those.
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Good morning, Happy Friday!! Didn't have a need to throw a MD in there after all, so back to my regular course of a DD today (I so love JUDDDing!!)
B: Vitatops Banana nut muffin top (100)
L: Lean Cuisine Shrimp Alfredo (210)
D: Breakstone's lowfat cottage cheese w/pineapple (individ. serving) - (100), one large scrambled egg (101)
S: Dannon Lite and Fit Carb and Sugar Control yogurt (45)
Total: 556 - a bit over my 500 limit, but wanted to throw in some good protein, so all's good!!
Hello, I decided to have 3 egg whites (51) rather than the one whole egg; more to eat, and I saved half the calories, bringing my total down to 506!!
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I have the same problem with miracle noodles! It is SO weird to me because I generally tolerate fiber better than others, but the noodles give me major gas! I do well with half a bag, but it is harder to make a main dish bulk with that amount. I like some of the smaller shapes in soups and stuff (rice, orzo) and don't seem to bloat as much with those.
Thanks for the tip. I'll definitely try the rice and orzo shapes if this doesn't work out well because I really want this to work. The half bag definitely makes it a smaller dish, so I'm hoping that I can increase my tolerance for it if I try the half bag for some time and work up to the full bag.
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I have been looking at numbers of this meal this evening, and I think I may try a MUDDD day like you Sophie. I have had only 75 cals since 10 last night, so at 7.30 this evening I could start a FD. My day tomorrow is a quiet one with no commitments so I could enjoy a nice breakfast and lunch then do a DD fast until Sunday evening when I am entertaining family.

Any comments?
I think it will work very well for you, Cindy. You don't even have to stay on MUDDD, but could mix it into your JUDDD plan now and then. For example, MUDDD on the weekends if you wanted and then go back to regular rotation during the week. Or just throw in a MUDDD day or two when you need/want them. Try it and see what you think. You're in maintenance and can be even more flexible now.

I do MUDDD often but then while I'm doing it I often will mix in other IF, such as Fast 5. For example, I might have several days in a row that are dd/FD, where I eat up to (or less than, it doesn't seem to matter) my normal DD calories during the day, then start my FD at 5 p.m. or so and go until bedtime. Then repeat the next day as needed/desired. This works out great for me when there is going to be an evening function or I know I'll be making something great and calorific for dinner and want to be able to join in. I get about 20 hours of DD level calories which is still an admirable intermittent fast in my book, and has worked well for me.

Anyway, I'm rambling on now, and I don't want to confuse you. Just don't be surprised if you lose even more weight in maintenance now if you do some MUDDDg.
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12:30 p.m. lunch:
-1 c. Stoneyfield Farms whole milk plain yogurt mixed with 1/2 scoop chocolate protein powder and blackberries & blueberries.

Approx. 270 calories.
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Thanks for that Sophie, I shall do what I can, and certainly tonight dinner will be enjoyed.
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chia almond milk warmed with hemp seeds and raw buckwheat granola, couple drops of vanilla stevia YUMMMMM

chicken and veg soup I have to finish today, just picked up some more organic saltines

a packet of pb2 thins (they aren't sweet, love the salty peanutiness, but dang is it a small amount for 100cal pack)

thinking buffalo brats for dinner with oven fried eggplant in almond/parm coating
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Attempting shirataki noodles again because they're so much easier to get than the kelp noodles and are cheaper for me. They caused awful bloating and digestive issues the last couple times I tried, but maybe if I have just half a bag instead of the full bag it'll be ok?
It may be the glucomannan, but could be that stinky bleepin lime (not the fruit) they are made with to keep the shapes. I rinse, soak, rinse, soak, rinse mine before using, then I dry them out in a hot dry skillet and get as much of that liquid out of them (blot with clean tea towel) before using. I noticed I get tummy troubles if I don't do this well enough or skip something, but have no troubles when I go through the whole dang process.
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I want to Xerox my DD today, because I want all DDs to be like this!! Hunger is just about non-existent and when it does come, it goes away in an instant.

B - nothing
L - 1/2 of OMM, coffee w/1T cream
D - 1/2 of OMM
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DD here

just had a few light snacks

2x childrens apple & ginger biscuits - 60cals
5x childrens mini carrot cake bites - 200cals
turnip 'fries', bit of tofu & salsa - under 100cals
mug brownie - about 100cals
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S/C/F/P/C = 1/30/27/78/526
B: coconut oil (43)
B: Protein Shake Nectar Sweets (120)
S: Glucomannan Hot Breakfast (20)
L: cream cheese (1T), lox (2oz) (116)
S: Peach Glucomannan (0)
D: Amy Lu Chicken Burger (150)
S: Protein Shake Nectar Sweets (120)
I wasn't hungry so I changed my plan a bit:
B: coconut oil (43)
S: Glucomannan Hot Breakfast (20)
L: Trader Joe's Chipolte Caesar Salad (180 incl dressing), 1 oz lox (33)
S: Peach Glucomannan (0)
D: Amy Lu Chicken Burger (150)
S: Protein Shake Nectar Sweets (120)
503 cal for the day
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Old 03-30-2012, 01:44 PM   #30
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B: Coffee (8)
S: Broth with serrano (7)
L: Cucumber, roma tomato, tuna, Miracle Whip light (159) Have to check my tuna for soy.
D: ??
My tuna does have soy. Still going to eat it, but I'll be on the lookout for soy-free tuna from now on.
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