Food Diary – June 3, 2011

Day three!

Breakfast! (I feel like I have seen this far too many times before – do I need a new breakfast routine?)

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Mug of milky coffee with a margarine-d cinnamon and raisin bagel.

I believe in even blood sugars, partially because it means a mid-morning snack.

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A banana with two large dollops cottage cheese.

My phone-camera then decided to somehow fuse the picture of lunch with a previous picture, so I only have a thumbnail to give you.

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Rice, celery, tuna, onion gravy.

It looks weird but it did not taste bad at all. Followed by cold dairy goodness.

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Yup. These will definitely count as "sweets" when totting-up day arrives, but do they get a tick for dairy too?

Mid-afternoon snack at around 1630 hours.

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Mug of tea; two margarine-d sultana scones.

Dinner around 2030 hours. (Too late? Let me know what you think!)

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Cooked a sort of casserole with plum tomatoes, German Sausage, broccoli, onion, chilli, garlic, and slightly too much curry powder, which I tried to neutralise with some cheese. Ate all of that with white rice.

Post-dinner sweet.

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Low fat Greek yoghurt with blackcurrant jam.

Forgot about yesterday’s water count, but I think I drank 3.5 litres (if my bottles are anything to go by) between these two days.

I am also attempting a slight overhaul on the exercise front: I used to take long powerwalks on five out of seven days; now, I run three times a week, try to fit in a badminton session a week, and will probably still be doing long powerwalks three times a week. Does anybody have good advice on eating ‘around’ exercise? Thank you!

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