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    I was going alright... and then I went to the shops and had a spinach cheese roll and a custard profiterole lol.. Oooops!


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    My diet is not going great this week. My gastro finally left and AF arrived. Consequently after the gastro left nothing I'm so bloated, you'd never know I lost any weight.

    Great idea Tracey with the water. I'm like you it's a habit. After my kidneys didn't do so well with pregnancy I've had to be aware or pay.

    Kaz naughty girl! but you do become obsessed don't you.

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    Tracy that is a fabo idea with the water. I do something similar though I try and drink out of bottles. I find it easy to drink out of say a pump 750mls. So I try to get through one by lunch and one by the end of the night. When I was doing that I was also having 600mls of water with a berocca in the morning. I might have to go back to doing that again!

    OMG Lucy that is fantastic!! WTG chicky!!!!

    So I guess I did alright today...

    Breakfast
    Piece of toast with peanut butter

    Lunch
    Bowl of chow mein
    One pancake with maple syrup

    Snack
    Spinach and cheese roll
    Bite size custard profiterole

    Dinner
    Bowl of chow mein

    Drinks
    1 cup of Pepsi max
    Well over 2l of water

    And will probably have some sort of snack before bed even though you're not meant to snack this late at night... I am finding that habit really hard to break!

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    Me too Nat. Nights are my biggest downfall....

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    we eat our dinner quite late, which has always annoyed me, but its just the way it works out.... anyways it stops me snacking, as if i eat at 8pm thats it for the night.... although i know its not good to eat that late, at least it means i don't eat anything extra, plus we've just been having light meals and salads, so i guess its not as bad as eating a big heavy meal late at night.

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    Water
    6x 750ml bottle water

    Drinks
    1x Coffee - milk no sugar5x RTD vodka & Cokes... naughty i know, but oh so yum LOL

    Breakfast
    Low fat yoghurt
    banana

    Snacks
    nashi pear
    large handful - nut, seed, rasin mix
    2x fruit toast with low fat marg


    Lunch
    chicken burger with salad & cheese


    Dinner
    Left over Chicken strog pasta

    Exercise
    30 min brisk walk before lunch
    20 mins on bike
    Last edited by *mitch*; January 19th, 2008 at 10:58 AM.

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    18/01/08

    breakie


    TF shake
    corn fritter oopps

    600ml water

    morning tea
    WW ginger kiss


    lunch
    WW lasange(sp)
    WW caramel sundae
    390 ml soda water

    afternnon
    1.5 litre water


    tea
    Tf shake and WW ginger kiss
    Last edited by ~shazz~; January 19th, 2008 at 06:22 AM.

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    is anyone counting their calories/kilojoules?? i have stumbled across a pretty cool site that lets you set up a free profile, and basically it tells you how many calories (energy) you should be consuming a day in order to reach your weight loss goals, and basically you record everything you are eating, and also any exercise you are doing and it shows your deficit of energy consumed compared to energy burned... i was recording my eating and exercise on an excel spreadsheet so i could keep track, but this program calculates it all for you, and also breaks down your diet and shows you what percentage of protein, carbs, fats etc you are consuming and gives your diet a nutritional rating...

    ok it is a little tricky finding the foods to record, as it is american, but once you have found a similar food (ie i had 97% fat free ham, so i found an american brand which was 96% fat free and used that one), you 'tag' the food and it saves it so you can easily find it next time you have that same meal. im sort of eating a lot of foods over and over, so for me its not too bad as i dont have to keep searching for foods to add...

    anyways sorry ive wrambled, i just thought id mention it, as ive never seen anything like it, and potentially once u get the hang of it and work out how to find the most similar foods to what u are eating, i think it could be a really, really good tool in tracking your progress etc.

    if you google calorie count plus you will find it. im hooked.

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    calorie king is australian I think, and sounds very similar
    there is also Food.com.au - Nutritional Information:

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    dam i wish i knew there was an aussie one before i started filling out the yank one!!

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    Friday
    Before Breakfast
    Yogurt

    Breakfast
    1 scrambled egg
    1 mixed grain toast
    1 coffee with 1 sugar

    Morning Snack
    Cake (thank goodness thats gone!)

    Lunch
    Tuna on mixed grain toast
    Apple

    Afternoon Snack
    coffee with milk and 1 sugar

    Dinner
    Lightly battered fish with half a turkish roll and salad

    Water
    2l

    OK my cake is gone - thank goodness!! I am NOT going to make another cake for a while now. I actually feel a little sick from it

    Not much on the exercise front today.. 10mins slow walk followed by a 15min jog. I did do all the house work today tho!!

    Last edited by Ngala; January 21st, 2008 at 01:44 PM.

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    SATURDAY

    Water
    4x 750ml bottle water

    Drinks
    1 coffee - milk & 1 sugar
    2x cup Tea - milk no sugar
    3x vodka & cola

    Breakfast
    Cup on Tea - milk no sugar

    Snacks
    2 apricots
    1 nectarine
    1 licorice log

    Lunch
    Bacon 2 pcs
    toast 2 pcs - no marg
    2 eggs (poached not fried)
    tomatoes


    Dinner
    small portion roast pork
    2 small roast potatoes
    coleslaw with WW balsamic dressing
    2 tbs gravy

    Exercise
    2 hour - 12km walk to SILs - then got DH to drive me home LOL
    10min cycle
    Last edited by *mitch*; January 19th, 2008 at 06:38 PM.

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    19/01 /08

    Breakie
    TF shake
    2 slices of whole meal toast
    morning tea
    handful of cashews

    lunch

    ww ginger kiss
    water

    didn't feel hungry


    afternoon tea

    5.44 pm ww caramel sundae



    tea

    ?

    1,5 litre water
    Last edited by ~shazz~; January 19th, 2008 at 05:44 PM.

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    20/01/08

    ....OFF THE WAGON ....

    Breakie
    TF shake

    5 banana lollies
    2 panadol from the sugar rush

    lunch

    8 prawns
    12 calamari rings crumbed deep fried
    and a handful of chips
    and seafood sauce = 2 billion points

    afternoon tea



    tea

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    Hi everyone.

    I have almost made it through a week of ww online,and so far so good. Have lost almost another kilo, and thats with AF arriving this morning. Hope next week is even better.

    Well I am off to make honey mustard chicken and rice for tea... yummo.

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    well done leanne

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    Thanks Shazz... It's bloomin hard work isn't it!!!. That's why I have a tortoise in my ticker LOL. IT's going to take a looooong time to get to goal me thinks.

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    Water
    5x 750ml bottle water

    Drinks
    4x coffee - milk


    Breakfast

    Banana
    Nashi pear
    5 plums
    2 apricots
    handful cherries

    Snacks
    3 pieces toast with chutney... was starving at morning tea!!!
    Boysenberry moritz icecream - boss shouted for smoko... really hot here & I love boysenberry icecream & couldnt resist LOL


    Lunch

    Chicken strog pasta


    Dinner

    Bread roll with marg
    2 small sausages
    1 med/large potato

    Exercise
    Aqua sport class
    15 min walk to get lunch!
    Last edited by *mitch*; January 21st, 2008 at 06:45 PM.

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