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4/10/12 5:57 A

I did when I was heavier too. What works really well is throwing in 2 or 3 chicken breasts into the cooking.
If you prefer, measure out about 100 calories of ground beef x 5 as it is for 5 days meal, and throw that in,
Gives you protien. Will even bulk it up alot so you have enough for 2 medium sized lunchs.
Will still stay way under your required calories.

I did this for a few months.

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4/5/12 6:45 P

I'm glad you found something that works for you! I wouldn't be able to survive on that, I don't think... I would need more protein. :)

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3/22/12 3:43 P

I have found a menu that works amazing for me, that is filling and healthy, and leaves lots of calories for 'fun' stuff

Through out the day 1 to 4 cups of tea with 1/3 cup of 1% milk & 2 tsp sugar

Breakfast: 50 grams all-bran
1/2 to 1 cup 1% milk
1 tsp sugar (or stevia sugar as stevia is a plant that is actually very good for you!)

Lunch - My quinoa stew (see topic saying under 200 calorie lunch) - very tasty

Snack Banana

Dinner
pasta bowl full of spinach
1/2 TBSP olive oil
1/2 TBSP balsamic vinegar
the next part is VERY important - without it, you won't stay full
salt
pepper
rosemary
1/4 cup grated parmesan
a cupploe of chopped up anchovies/sundried tomatoes
a couple of cherry tomatoes.

Still have around 500 calories to play with.
enjoy


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