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Food diary March 17

NotSoGIP! I'll update this during the day, I think.



It really was. I'm allowed 1 carb, 1 meat, 1 milk, 1 fruit and 1 fat for breakfast. My mother-in-law assures me I can have a fruit instead of a carb (fruits being carbs) if I choose. Which will make Shabbos and Yom tov much easier.

So.
1/4 cup 1% cottage cheese (1 "meat" ) and
3/4 cup plain nonfat yogurt (1 milk) mixed together with some cinnamon.
1.5 whole wheat crisp breads (1 carb)
1/2 red grapefruit (1 fruit)
1 tsp butter (1 fat)
Coffee

Whole thing was 300 calories and 40 carbs. It took me time to eat. I never eat breakfast.




I think I'm eating more....

2 slices rye bread (2 starch), 2 oz grilled pepper salami (2 meat), 1 cup Israel salad (1 veg/1 fat), 1 small pear (1 fruit). Still not much with the milk.

500 calories, 69 carbs.

Poll!

Poll #692817 Public or Friendslocked?

Should this be public or friendslocked?

Public
15(50.0%)
Friendslocked
2(6.7%)
Opt-in filter
13(43.3%)
Private
0(0.0%)

Ticky?

Ticky!
5(18.5%)
This is a tick question, right?
4(14.8%)
I'm hungry
3(11.1%)

Current Mood: fullfull
Comments

I would confirm the fruit v. carb exchange trade with your dietitian. My exchange-based plan prohibits such trades.

i voted opt-in; that way you get the truly interested reading and commenting. My fitness filter is opt-in for the same reason.

Nod.

You must understand. My mother-in-law doesn't consider nutritionists strict enough...

On the other hand, do you have some good substitutes for milk? That don't require drinking another icky white liquid?

Whoever made up this diet plan did not take non-standard diets into consideration.