Steph's food diary...

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Food Diaries' started by StephC84, 26 February 2014.

  1. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Figured this was the best way to keep track and make sure I'm doing this SW thing right!

    Breakfast - 2 x SW breakfast muffins

    snack - banana

    lunch - chicken Caesar salad (2 tbsps hellmanns Caesar dressing, 5 syns), cooked prawns, muller light, no added sugar jelly (1/2 syn)

    snack - tangerines, small lotus biscuit, (1 syn), revitalized flatbread crisp (2 syns)

    dinner - SW burger and chips, wholewheat bun (heb) slice reduced fat cheese (2 syns), tsp light mayo (1 syn), beans, muller light

    3 cups of tea with hea milk

    total sys - 11 1/2
  2. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Stupid autocorrect, ryvita not revitalized!
  3. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    I've forgotten my little food book so going to add as I go today!

    Breakfast - 2 SW breakfast muffins

    Lunch - Dolmio pastavita (3 1/2 syns), Muller light

    Do have a syn free burger in the fridge but really didn't fancy it - oh well!
  4. Target_Rose

    Target_Rose Well-Known Member

    Hi here to subscribe, good luck x
  5. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Thanks rosie! Need to add 2 1/2 for a naughty caramel bite from m&s :/ they are tiny!
  6. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    Here to subscribe as well. I was thinking " mm revitalised....I need to find those" LOL :8855:
  7. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Dinner - SW chicken, lemon and garlic casserole (free), mash made with fat free natural yoghurt, whole meal roll (heb), 1 tsp I can't believe it's not butter (1 1/2 syns), muller light

    100ml white wine - I know 125ml is 4 syns so I've put 3 for 100 ml - hope that works.

    Total syns today - 10 1/2
  8. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Lol Lydia! I will need some revitalize after this week is over! X
  9. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Happy Friday! Thank GOD!

    Not been too bad today...

    Breakfast - 2 hard boiled eggs

    Lunch - M&S layered prawn pasta (3 1/2 syns), melon and grapes, handful of pistachios (heb)

    I am out tonight so trying not to have any more syns today and save them for a few rum and diet cokes :) x
  10. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    I went massively off plan last night. A few drinks turned into a lot of drinks, and that turned in to cheese on toast and more drinks.

    Back on plan today , not going to beat myself up too much and be good for the rest of the weekend.

    Breakfast is a SW fry up (3 syns)
  11. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Oh bugger.... Looks like I still have a lot to learn. Drank loads of orange juice without even thinking about syns. No idea exactly how much I've drunk but at least 3 glasses. Am gutted :(
  12. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Ok, I've obviously gone massively over this weekend :( I'm going to out it down to a blow out and leave it there, move on and have a better Sunday.

    Had lots of cold meat and a mullet light as a snack when I got home, and dinner was SW chips, peas and gammon - trimmed of fat, and I added a couple of spoons of honey to the whole joint so I'll put it as 2 syns to be safe.

    Sigh - I was doing so well!
  13. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Feeling much better today and have been food shopping in prep for the week.

    Made a syn free quiche with pasta n sauce and oh my word it's gorgeous... Have enough left for 3 lunches, does anyone know how long it will keep for in the fridge?

    Food today...

    B - magic porridge made with 35g oats (heb) and vanilla mullerlight

    No lunch as woke up really late

    D - roast chicken made with Coleman's season and shake garlic and herb (5 syns for whole bag and I'm only going to have the breast so I'm putting 2 for this), syn free roasties made with fry light, veg, 1 aunt Bessie's Yorkshire (2.5 syns) 142ml bisto best chicken gravy (2 syns)

    Babybel light (hea)
    125ml red wine (4 syns)

    Syns today - 10.5
  14. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    B - magic porridge (heb)

    L - SW quiche, salad, sweetfire beetroot (2 syns) salad dressing (1 syn).

    Dinner is SW cottage pie which is free on EE.

    First weigh in at 7.30 tonight... eek
  15. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    Looking good. DOn't worry about going off plan we all do it hun, the main thing is that you get back on plan, which you did. Have a good week.
  16. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    Thanks Lydia - 1.5 off this week :) x
  17. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    Well done hun thats brilliant x
  18. hatchlings

    hatchlings Well-Known Member

    Subbed and starting mine today!
    Hope all continues to go well and congrats on the loss :) x
  19. StephC84

    StephC84 Well-Known Member

    I'll definitely follow hatchlings!

    Breakfast today was magic porridge (heb), lunch quiche and salad again (2 1/2 syns for dressing) with a babybel light (hea) and a muller light.

    Accidentally had sugar and a biccie at a client meeting so adding 3 syns - total for today is 5 1/2. Dinner will be SE fish and chops so I'm going to treat myself to a pancake! x
  20. lickthelid

    lickthelid Lives here....

    Hi Steph,

    After your post elsewhere I popped along to have a look at your food diary and the one thing that strikes me is that you don't have much emphasis on the 1/3 suprefree? Obviously it may be built in to foodstuffs, like where you had your casserole but there are quite a few meals that are lacking. Incorporating 1/3 superfree into each meal works not only to increase your vitamin intake etc etc yadayadayada but also fills you up on relatively few kcal and naturally limits the amount of free food and syns you pop onto your plate.

    We all fall off the wagon and we all have times where we just can't face any more broccoli but as it's early days I would highly recommend that you put more emphasis on it in order to begin a downward trend in losing and then you can be a bit cheekier in what you have when you work out, over time what works for you. :)
    Last edited: 4 March 2014

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