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Mia's Food Diary (Red days)

#1
I am a newbie, so please bare with me until i get used to this! Any advise from you would be fab :)

Saturday EE


B: 2 Weetabix & Semi skimmed milk
L: 2 small slices wholemeal toast with tin of baked beans
D: Rice with Stir fry veg and fry light,

6 syns - olive oil for dinner
2 syns - highlights choc drink
- weight watchers fruit cake slice (not sure how many syns)
 
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#2
Sunday: EE

B: 2 weetabix (HE) with semi skimmed milk (HE)

L: scrambled eggs with ham

D: steak with couscous and veg (the coucous is ready made)

Some grapes

Always have some sort of low fat snack or cake in the evening. When i can log into website i think i can find out how many syns this is.
 
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#3
Monday: Original/Red day
B: 2 small wholemeal toast (HE) with turkey rashers
L: SW quiche (cottage cheese, ham, mushrooms, eggs)
D: SW cottage pie (no potatoes) cheese (HE) salad olive oil (HE)

Semi skimmed milk (HE)


Syns:buttons 35g bag - 8.5 syns & 1 syn muller cheesecake flavour yoghurt


Only realised yesterday that i can have 2 HE from a & b!


I'm going to stick to mostly red days and add some carbs using healthy extras, i know from last time that i wont loose much weight doing a lot of green days :)
 
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#4
Tuesday (using left overs from Monday)

Orginal/red day

B: 2 x Weetabix (HEB) milk (HEA)

L: SW Quiche syn free, (eggs, cottage cheese, ham, mushroom)

D: SW Cottage Pie (no potatoes) syn free, cheese (HEA) Salad (olive oil HEB)



Syns:
 
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#5
Can someone please let me know if i am doing okay, im doing it from home so i want to make sure im not making any mistakes, Thanks x

Think i need to eat more fruit
 

kayla6002

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S: 16st2.0lb C: 13st10.0lb G: 11st0.0lb BMI: 30.1 Loss: 2st6lb(15.04%)
#6
Hi when you have an extra easy day you need to have a 1/3 of superfree food in your meal, i struggle with this but i believe it will speed up your weightloss.
 

kayla6002

Silver Member
S: 16st2.0lb C: 13st10.0lb G: 11st0.0lb BMI: 30.1 Loss: 2st6lb(15.04%)
#8
yeah thats fine you aint put that on your food diary lol, i find it heard to have a 1/3 of superfree on my plate though, maybe just go through your book and write a list of the superfree foods that you like and then stick it on your fridge to remind you.
 
#10
Tuesday (using left overs from Monday)

Orginal/red day

B: 2 x Weetabix (HEB) milk (HEA)

L: SW Quiche syn free, (eggs, cottage cheese, ham, mushroom) tomatoes

D: SW Cottage Pie (no potatoes) syn free, cheese (HEA) Salad (olive oil HEB) some fromaige frais

Snack: Orange


Syns: 2 light alpen bars 9 syns, muller light cheescake flavour 2 syns = 11 syns today

(someone mentioned they crumbled alpen bars and yoghurt together, thought id try it later!)
 
#11
Wednesday:

Red day

B: 2 x weetabix (HEB) milk (HEA)

L: smoked salmon, thousand island dressing (4 syns)

D: Tuna salad - 1 tbsp olive oil (syn 6) 2 small slices wholemeal bread (HEB)


Snacks: 42g light cathedral cheese (HEA)
Pineapple chunks (tesco pack)

treat size curly wurly 4 syns

Syns: 14
 
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#13
looks okay, but the only thing I would say is on some days I dont think you have eaten enough, especially today, I would think that is way way under what your daily intake should be.

I also suggest trying to add a bit more variety to your days, as I noticed 3 days in a row you had almost the same meals. It isn't really a problem as such, but variety definately helps with better weight losses.

good luck!!
 
#14
thank you! once ive sorted out some recipes i will have some different things for dinner, i always have weetabix for breakfast anyway and two of the same days were because i had leftovers :)

what more could i eat, fruit and veg you mean?
 
#15
There's a list in the food optimising book of superfree foods, these include eggs, quorn products and most fruit and veg (not potatoes). Do you have the books?
 
#18
Strange, says in my food optimising book that they're Superfree, have they changed since last summer?
 


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