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Old 02-26-13, 06:08 AM
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2/26 - I'm pretty tired today. Thinking about making today a rest day. I will probably take a couple of walks during my "smoke breaks" while at work. Once I get home I need to do a water change on one of my fish tanks and replace the kitchen spicket.

Breakfast - Same ole oatmeal, pb, raisins.
Snack- Banana, hot chocolate. Hopefully it will wake me up a bit.
Snack - Donut I AM SO WEAK!!!!
Lunch - 2 slices pizza, couple chicken tenders, lemonade
Dinner - BBQ sandwich and fries

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1 x 1/2 mile walk
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2/27

Breakfast - Oatmeal, pb, raisins
Snack - banana, hot chocolate
Lunch - Campbell's GO Spicy Chorizo & Pulled Chicken w/ black beans.
Dinner - Lasagna


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60 minutes on the trainer, sweet spot intervals. 786 kj's (876 calories). http://app.strava.com/activities/42492681
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2/27.....

*crickets*
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Okay, that's just starving yourself...
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Okay, that's just starving yourself...
I wish I had that much will power.
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I wish I had that much will power.
No you don't. It'll just hurt you more. The first time I heard about the HCG diet I just about lost my mind. 500 calories per day? Stupidest weight loss idea I ever heard (not to mention one of the most medically ignorant).
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2/28 - Hopefully I can find some will power today. My diet has been pathetic lately.

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Breakfast - Oatmeal, pb, raisins
Snack - Banana and Hot Chocolate
Snack - Damn girl scout cookies - 4 thin mints
Lunch - Campbells GO soup
Drink - Hot Chocolate. Just got back from a chilly walk.
Dinner - Pork Chop, mixed vegetables


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Physical Therapy (ankle)
5x5 minute threshold intervals, 1 minute recoveries. 691 kj's (770 calories). http://app.strava.com/activities/42608136
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2/28 - Hopefully I can find some will power today. My diet has been pathetic lately...
I've been dealing with my own problems so I haven't been on Bike Forums much for the last five months. Five months of chemotherapy and surgery and I've gained weight. I had gone from 237 to 197 but I'm back up to 220. I've posted my particular diet here in the past (protein + vegetables + beans at every meal, extra meals OK, snacks not, go wild on 7th day of week), and it worked (40# in 5 months with an average of about 140 miles per week).

I have never been able to do what you do - eat regular food but control your portions. I need a restricted diet that allows me to eat larger quantities. It's damn hard getting back into the diet. I start the day on it but my body craves fruit, bread, fig newtons! And I've been caving at night, after dinner (I have 5-6 hours after dinner before bedtime). Today is day 3 without straying. Another 3 days and I can have pizza, oranges, or whatever.

I think your construct of publicizing your progress might be very good. Keep it up, and best of luck.

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For what it's worth, here are my numbers from tonight's workout (5x5 minute thershold with 1 minute recoveries) compared to the first time I did this workout on 1/16/13.

1/16 intervals - 243, 252, 247, 250, 247 watts
2/28 intervals - 295, 291, 296, 290, 300 watts
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I've been dealing with my own problems so I haven't been on Bike Forums much for the last five months. Five months of chemotherapy and surgery and I've gained weight. I had gone from 237 to 197 but I'm back up to 220. I've posted my particular diet here in the past (protein + vegetables + beans at every meal, extra meals OK, snacks not, go wild on 7th day of week), and it worked (40# in 5 months with an average of about 140 miles per week).

I have never been able to do what you do - eat regular food but control your portions. I need a restricted diet that allows me to eat larger quantities. It's damn hard getting back into the diet. I start the day on it but my body craves fruit, bread, fig newtons! And I've been caving at night, after dinner (I have 5-6 hours after dinner before bedtime). Today is day 3 without straying. Another 3 days and I can have pizza, oranges, or whatever.

I think your construct of publicizing your progress might be very good. Keep it up, and best of luck.

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Beating cancer is better than losing weight any day. Congratulations and god luck on reaching your goals.
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3/1

Food:

Breakfast - Lucky Charms
Lunch - Chile Colorado and 2 Dos Equis



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Treadmill - 30 minute, 1.5 miles, 188 calories.
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Good job on getting the intervals consistently high.
I had to look up what Lucky Charms are, that seems like lots of fast sugars that you would want to avoid in order not to become hungry again soon after....

Almost a year ago I decided I needed to loose about 35 pounds and I was ready to go for the same FAD diet that had worked in the past until I came across this: http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/articles
I have spent lots of time reading the various articles and managed to change my way of eating such that I lost the weight and am having no problem keeping it off.
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3/2 - Weight 218

Food

Breakfast - Raisin Bran
During ride - 1 Peanut Butter Gu
Lunch - 1 Pork Chop
Dinner - 2 slices pizza, one beer
Snack - 1 piece birthday cake


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41.9 miles, 4,936 feet of climbing, 1,862 kj's (2,076 calories). A nice balmy 25 degree real feel.
Ride Information click here.
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Figure you guys would find this article relevant. It's lengthy -- 14 pages! -- but worth the time to read. Think about how processed food is engineered to sell better.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/ma...=1&_r=2&nl=el&
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Figure you guys would find this article relevant. It's lengthy -- 14 pages! -- but worth the time to read. Think about how processed food is engineered to sell better.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/ma...=1&_r=2&nl=el&
Thanks, I'll check that out later.
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3/3

Food

Breakfast - Raisin Bran
Pre-ride fuel - piece of birthday cake.
Ride snack - power bar
Dinner - Chicken Tortellini

Activity

Cold, snowy ride. 37.7 miles, 3,305 feet of climbing, 1,496 kj's (1,668 calories).

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3/4 ...... It's a new week, hopefully something good comes from it. To start with I am happy that I saw 218 on the scales this morning, I am only one pound away from where I was before my dad got sick. Hopefully by this time next weekend I'll be setting a new "record" for the year.

I haven't mentioned it but I drink no soft drinks. My only drinks are water, oj, hot chocolate, and the occasional beer(s).

Food:

Breakfast - Oatmeal, raisins, pb
Lunch - Chicken and rice (aka Chinese food). Bad Bruce!!!!
Dinner - Italian Ice (Really a snack but since I skipped dinner figured I would throw it on here.)

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22.5 mile recovery ride, 798 kj's (890 calories). http://app.strava.com/activities/43182249
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3/4 ...... It's a new week, hopefully something good comes from it. To start with I am happy that I saw 218 on the scales this morning, I am only one pound away from where I was before my dad got sick. Hopefully by this time next weekend I'll be setting a new "record" for the year.

I haven't mentioned it but I drink no soft drinks. My only drinks are water, oj, hot chocolate, and the occasional beer(s).

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Breakfast - Oatmeal, raisins, pb
Lunch - Chicken and rice (aka Chinese food). Bad Bruce!!!!

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Nitpicking (hope you don't mind) --

Water, good; OJ, eh, pretty sugary...; Hot chocolate, nah, do tea (green or Earl Grey) or black coffee instead for a hot drink; Beer, maybe okay in single servings once or twice a week.

Chicken and rice can be decent. As usual, it depends on the preparation. Steamed rice is always better than fried rice (really, frying it is the best way to ruin perfectly good rice), and brown rice is better than white, too. If the chicken is flavored with spices and peppers instead of oils and salt, it's still good. The only healthy dish at Cheesecake Factory, for example, is grilled chicken on steamed rice with veggies.
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Nitpicking (hope you don't mind) --

Water, good; OJ, eh, pretty sugary...; Hot chocolate, nah, do tea (green or Earl Grey) or black coffee instead for a hot drink; Beer, maybe okay in single servings once or twice a week.

Chicken and rice can be decent. As usual, it depends on the preparation. Steamed rice is always better than fried rice (really, frying it is the best way to ruin perfectly good rice), and brown rice is better than white, too. If the chicken is flavored with spices and peppers instead of oils and salt, it's still good. The only healthy dish at Cheesecake Factory, for example, is grilled chicken on steamed rice with veggies.
Don't mind at all. If anything I appreciate you taking the time.

Hot Chocolate is kind of my only hot drink. I can't have caffeine, the only caffeine I get is from chocolate. Tea's and Coffee's are not regulated as far as "decaf" goes. Some companies decaf's have as much as other companies regular blends.

As far as the "chicken and rice" I had today, that was kind of an understatement. It was more like the Chinese buffet. I know, I suck!!!
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When I make lunch, we drink left-over black tea from another breakfast or herb tea from last night. That cuts a few calories and feels fine. If you have a gas stove, this tea pot is one of the best purchases we ever made. Goes right on the flame, keeps the tea hot for a long time:
http://www.amazon.com/Joyce-Chen-90-.../dp/B00004RBTN

160.2 this morning. Stoker and I left it all on the road yesterday, lost 1.2 lbs. Won't stay off, I know, but satisfying. Polar HRM said Recovered this morning. Must have done something right. Maybe the 1.5 schooners of Porter after the ride.
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When I make lunch, we drink left-over black tea from another breakfast or herb tea from last night. That cuts a few calories and feels fine. If you have a gas stove, this tea pot is one of the best purchases we ever made. Goes right on the flame, keeps the tea hot for a long time:
http://www.amazon.com/Joyce-Chen-90-.../dp/B00004RBTN

160.2 this morning. Stoker and I left it all on the road yesterday, lost 1.2 lbs. Won't stay off, I know, but satisfying. Polar HRM said Recovered this morning. Must have done something right. Maybe the 1.5 schooners of Porter after the ride.
Unfortunately tea has caffeine, caffeine sends me to the emergency room. I don't like the emergency room.
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Unfortunately tea has caffeine, caffeine sends me to the emergency room. I don't like the emergency room.
Not herb tea! We buy herb tea in bulk from our local food co-op. They and now we probably have 20 different caffeine-free herbs that make good tea. Much better than that packaged junk. We find a cup of hot tea or glass of cold makes a small meal go further.
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Not herb tea! We buy herb tea in bulk from our local food co-op. They and now we probably have 20 different caffeine-free herbs that make good tea. Much better than that packaged junk. We find a cup of hot tea or glass of cold makes a small meal go further.
That is great news, I'll have to swing by the Healthy Market some time this week. Thank you.
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May I suggest that you add your own estimation of the number of calories at each meal? It will make it easier to spot problem spots in your diet, you could for example be miss-estimating how much is in your food or you could be eating to little at certain meals and over-compensating in other meals.
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May I suggest that you add your own estimation of the number of calories at each meal? It will make it easier to spot problem spots in your diet, you could for example be miss-estimating how much is in your food or you could be eating to little at certain meals and over-compensating in other meals.
+1, and I'll add to it --

Simply counting calories doesn't seem like it'll do very much at first, but when you dig into it, it shows you how nutrient-empty a lot of calorie-rich foods can be. A grande Starbucks hot chocolate has more calories than a 6" turkey sandwich at Subway, but it doesn't have much to offer besides sugar and fat.
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I might also add that there don't seem to be a lot of vegetables in your diet. In addition to providing you with all sorts of nutritional benefit (vitamins, minerals etc), veggies are great at filling you up for very low caloric cost. A huge plate of steamed veggies tastes great and really fills you up while not adding many calories to your day.

Even just adding in carrot sticks, celery, more fresh fruits etc ...

(You could also make huge pots of veggie stew or soup and have those as leftovers in place of some of your packaged meals. It's cheaper, more nutritionally dense, and it is pretty easy to figure out the caloric amounts / serving size.)
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