Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Food Today - On the mark!


Workout went well last night. Ariel is really sore today :-D Bill went with us, as he's learning her routines so that I can be freed up a bit schedule-wise. I upped my weights in parts of my routine, so I'm sore today too, lol!

Food... all in place and on track. Tonight is bowling, so after the gym, I'll be cleaning up then taking my cooler along to the bowling alley. I've got a wrap (chicken breast, spinach, cabbage & feta) that will be my dinner, and it's all ready to go. Today's calories including dinner and a post-dinner snack, hit the mark at 1795 calories with 41% from protein, 31% from carbs, and 28% from fat.
Chelle's clean eating cooler - Wed., Mar 23, 20111
Contents
Breakfast -
   Oatmeal w/protein powder, ground flax, cinnamon plus half a grapefruit 
Snack 1
2 hard boiled eggs + 2 whites   
Lunch
 -   5 oz chicken breast, 1/2 cup brown rice, 1.5 cup steamed zucchini with the other half of my grapefruit 
Snack 2 -
 1 cup 0% Chobani Greek Yogurt (plain) with 1/4 cup of granola & 12 almonds   
Dinner
 - Wrap (bowling night): 6 oz grilled chicken, 1 cup spinach, 1 cup shredded cabbage, & feta.
Snack 3 
- protein pudding (protein powder mixed with water) with almost a 1/2 cup blueberries.  

**Ignore the banana in the pic, I ended up cutting it from today's menu**

Note 2: Coolers for the boys (hubby Bill & his dad): Chelle's breakfast burrito,  2 hard boiled eggs, banana, string cheese, and a fruit/veggie fiber bar from Trader Joe's - totally clean! 
     



2 comments:

  1. Hi,

    I was wondering when you make your wrap are you cooking your spinach and cabbage or putting it in "fresh"? Also, you may have mentioned this before but what program do you use to know your p/c/f numbers for each item and for your daily intake? You and your family are such an inspiration through this blog on my family's goal to clean eating/healthy lifestyle. eileen

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  2. Hi Eileen!
    I use fresh/raw veggies in my wraps.
    For my ratios & calories, I use fitday.com It's free, relatively easy to use (though time-consuming to set up), and it provides me with a wealth of info. My only beef with it is that it doesn't track sugar, but I have very, very little added sugar in my diet anyway.
    I use nutritiondata.com to get the nutrition info for my recipes, then I plug that in as a custom food on fitday.
    :-)

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