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My diary!


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i couldnt find a food diary bit so i thought this is the best place to put this!!

i just realised that although im eating better than i used to.... i just counted up the calories of my breakfast and they came to over 500!! im thinking this isnt good!!

heres what i had and feel free to correct me on the amount of calories. i just got them off a website

Plains toast *2 176
Scrambled egg *2 168
Cup Tea (no sugar) 29
Banana 143


seems to much for breakfast to me but if anyone can help me ill be happy to take any advice
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Was there milk in your tea?

I use The Daily Plate to count calories, they have a pretty good database. How many daily calories are you planning to have?


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well i counted one from last week and it wa just over 1000 so might go for 1000, that way im bound to lose it right??... can u put on the link of the site u say u use?? and yes i have to have milk in my tea


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well had me din dins for the day and added up all my calories for the day and although i was aiming for 1000 i did go abit over. managed 1150 cals and im quite suprised i managed to get that low lol!! although i will have a banana before bed to tire me over. so didnt do to bad for the first day i tried plus going for a jog soon!!


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havent wrote in here for afew days now.
still not losing the pounds i think the problem is im not eating enough or in the right sizes.... yesterday i had breakfast and dinner and that was it all day.... so today i have cut breakfast size down and i hear its better to eat little and often so im goin to give that a try.

todays breakfast:
1 pc plain toast (60)
1 scrambled egg (70)
small bit of plain yoghurt (40 approx)
cuppa Tea (26)

196 cals for breakfast is quite low for me as the other day it was over 500 :rolleyes: guess you just have to think bout what you eat bit more

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