Wednesday, May 4, 2016

What I Eat In A Day (1500 calories)

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Today, I wanted to share what I typically eat in a day. 2 months ago, I started documenting what I eat. My body responds quickly to healthy eating. I lost 5 pounds in 2 weeks (not necessarily a good thing) but I am slowly adjusting to these changes and wanted to share what I eat in a typical day. My food choices are boring and plain for the most part. The biggest thing I changed about my diet is cutting down on refined sugar, carbs and processed food. I used to go to Starbucks 7 times a week (I now cut it down to twice a week). Whenever I order, I ask for half the amount of syrup required in a drink.

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My typical day of eating:

Breakfast:
My breakfast usually consists of something quick like oatmeal with whatever toppings I have that day. My favorite brand is Oat Fit by Better Oats. Each pouch contains 100 calories and no sugar added. I usually make it with hot water at work. On the weekend, I sometimes make it with almond milk.

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Snack:
I recently discovered Clif dark chocolate and coconut bars and am hooked. They are a bit high in calories but not too bad. I usually just eat half of the bar and save the other half for later. I am definitely a dark chocolate girl. Dark chocolate + coconut = tasty combination!



Lunch:
I do pack my lunch a couple of times a week but when I don't, Panera Bread is my go-to choice for a lunch out. Their salads are the bomb! They are in the 400-450 calorie range but very filling and tasty. My favorites are the Asian sesame chicken salad (400 calories) and the chicken Caesar salad (430 calories). I usually skip the bread.

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Dinner:
We have homemade dinner most nights. I recently switched to brown rice and only eat one cup at a time (215 calories). Zucchini noodles are my new favorite. I don't eat red meat during the week at all. I do sometimes go out for a hamburger once or twice a month but no more than that. I usually don't eat after 7:00 p.m. If I am hungry, I opt for an apple or something light (definitely no sugar). I hope you find this post helpful. If you have healthy favorites of your own, please share in the comments section below

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My daily calorie intake:
8:00 a.m -  Breakfast: Oatmeal and toppings (150 calories)
10:00 a.m - Morning snack: A Clif snack bar (200 calories)
11:30  a.m - Lunch: Panera Bread chicken salad (400 calories)
2:30 p.m - A variety of snacks (typically under 200 calories): An apple (100 calories), one serving of Blue Diamond almonds *low sodium version* (170 calories), one serving of Terra sweet potato chips (160 calories/10 mg sodium).
6:00 p.m - Dinner: Zucchini noodles shrimp (300 calories)

2 comments:

jbt

Your zucchini noodles + shrimp looks so good! Can you share the recipe please? Also, what kind of zoodler do you have and how do you like it?

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@jbt Thanks! The recipe is adapted from this original recipe

 
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