Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Monday eats

Maybe I'm eating too much? Thoughts?







had 3 pieces

* 1 hour personal training

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's a lot of meals/snacks, but that's supposed to be a good thing. It doesn't seem like a lot of calories. What's on top of the greens on the third photo? Salad dressing? Oil? Is there anything you're eating and not counting? Small things?

Why am I here??? said...

Hey Anony,

Thanks! Salad has Italian salad dressing from Olive Garden. Not sure about the nutrition content. And no I'm not eating anything extra. Every thing that I eat gets photographed -- this has stopped me from munching.

Anonymous said...

It's not eating around the clock that should be troubling you - it's how much you eat at any one time. You have a tendency to mix and match your frequent small nibbles with either one or two other heavy meals (lunch and/or dinner), and that's probably what it making you lose weight slowly while meeting weight loss plateaus. As long as you don't binge at a main meal by eating to no more than 70% fullness (just eat enough to satisfy the taste and to feel that bit of weight pressing down on the lower stomach and pelvis area), then all your frequent nibbling should be fine. You have a variety of food, and it's good to see you have colors mixed in with your different snacks. If and when raw veggies start to get boring, try stir frying the greens - no oil is absolutely needed unless you want to add some for texture, and salt and pepper makes everything taste right.

Why am I here??? said...

SWEET GOOD TO KNOW! So far raw veggies are okay but I will get bored of them. Maybe time to throw in a stirfry or something along those lines. Because of my crazy work schedule I need a lot of snacking type food because some of my meals are eaten in the car driving from one workplace to the next. UGHHHH, life is so busy!

Amanda said...

I have to add though, oil is not evil. In fact, oil can make nutrients more readily available and fat can help keep you full longer.

asiangarden said...

Agree with Amanda, you do need fat to feel full and tend to eat less if you do have some fat in your meal. I think you eat great, way better than I do!

Anonymous said...

Instead of pouring the dressing on your salads, put your dressing in a small container on the side. When you eat, dip(not scoop) your fork into the dressing & then pick up the salad. This way, you have the taste of the dressing with every bite, but you'll be consuming far less dressing
(calories and fat)

Why am I here??? said...

GOOD ADVICE ANONY!