What's on your Most Eaten Foods List?

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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 15:31
2% Milk and Coffee.

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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 15:46
Well...this was interesting!

- sushi
- green tea
- edamame
- mixed field greens
- lemon juice
- shrimp
- cucumbers
- balsamic vinaigrette
- tomatoes

The sushi and edamame totally make sense because when I'm working full time, the sushi place near my work is my go-to lunch joint. The shrimp seems weird because I feel like I haven't had shrimp in a really long time...but all the other stuff seems pretty straight forward.

However, I would have thought berries would have been higher in the food rotation since I almost always have some kind of berry for breakfast, in one form or another. Hmmm...obviously my sushi lunches trump my fruity breakfasts!
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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 15:46
Here's mine:

Diet Coke
Egg (large)
Milk (nonfat)
Baby Carrots
Brown Rice
Orange Juice

This tells me I need to:

1. Lay off the caffeine
2. Get more lean protein in my top 10 (just egg and milk in there now)
3. I'm glad I have 4 fruits/veggies in my top 10.
4. I'm glad my only starch on the list is brown rice. Smile

Fun idea! Thanks, K8yK.

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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 18:22
Fuji Apples
Leaf Lettuce
Extra Sharp Cheddar
Red Wine
Light Bread
String Cheese

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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 18:42
My top ten:

Power C Gummy Vitamins - Only 15 calories for 2 and nice little sweet treat
Banana peanut butter milk smoothie - homemade lighter version of Jamba Juice's Peanut Butter Moo'd, almost always start my morning with this delicious treat
campbell's chicken noodle - was sick in January and was eating this a lot for breakfast and dinner
chicken thigh - this one is going down on my list as I am finding it too greasy now
olive oil - my wife add a little to roasted or panfried veggies
banana - think this is here because I used to enter in my smoothie as separate ingredients until I made a recipe for it (which also keeps me accountable because I don't add more than my standard recipe)
eggs - I think this is also going down on my list, I just don't like them it as much as I used to.

This is a fun topic. Looking forward to going back and seeing everyone else's when I get home tonight.

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Posted: 09 Feb 2011, 22:50
Here is my top 10:

Grapefruit (Pink and Red)
Quick Oats
Light Vanilla Soy Milk
Baby Carrots
Cucumber (Peeled)
100% Whole Grain Bread

wow, honestly, I'm surprised how healthy it looks. 7 out of 10 are vegetables or fruit. what can I say?! feeling proud of myself right now Smile

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Posted: 10 Feb 2011, 08:56
Great thread!

1. blueberries
2. olive oil
3. nonfat plain greek yogurt
4. bran buds
5. babybel
6. scotch (oops)
7. banana
8. gala apple
9. dijon
10. baby spinach

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Posted: 10 Feb 2011, 10:16
This was a real eye opener. I gave up coffee, but now I have a new vice.

1. chai tea latte
2. natural yogurt spread
3. nonfat milk
4. onion
5. whole wheat bread
6. carrots
7. fried egg (no fat added)
8. chicken breast (no skin)
9. garlic
10. green peas


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Posted: 10 Feb 2011, 12:49
Boo! My list is comprised of foods that I recorded last year. I haven't been on this lifestyle change long enough to override those other top tens. I would say it would have to be:
1. Eggs
2. Feta Cheese
3. Coffee
4. Splenda
5. CoffeeMate Creamer
6. Wal-mart Bistro Salad
7. Ground Pork Sausage
8. Homemade Turkey Chili
9. Fat-free American Cheese
10.Peanut Butter
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Posted: 10 Feb 2011, 12:56
My top three are:

Steel-cut oats

It's not at all surprising that those three correlate with my daily breakfast-- steel cut oats with a teaspoon of sugar and a tablespoon of cream. Actually, I often replace the sugar with a similar amount of fruit preserves, and I've taken to skipping the cream. I still record the fruit preserves as sugar, though, because it's easier... and because it saves me from having to keep separate records for a dozen different jars of fruit goo. The calories are within about ten, so I can't care too much.

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Posted: 10 Feb 2011, 13:10
Deli Sliced Chicken or Turkey with Sandwich Thin and either 2% Swiss or Reduced Fat Pepper Jack--- have this for breakfast every morning
Beefy Asparagus and Cabbage contraction I made up for Lunch
2% Kraft String Cheese, which now comes in Pepper Jack! Yummers!
Dark Chocolate and Raspberry Weight Watchers Ice Cream Bar-- I love ice cream and this lets me have one every evening for dessert.
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Posted: 01 Mar 2011, 15:41
Sugar free jello with Fat Free Cool Whip, Vitamuffin muffin tops (90cal for the chocolate sugar free / 100 cal for all other varieties); fiber 1 yogurt 50cal with 2 tablespoons of granola 50ish cal....

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Posted: 11 Mar 2011, 14:22
* Hot English Breakfast Tea
* English muffin with Land O'lakes canola oil butter
* Chicken breast w/Brown Rice
* Bananas
* Water
* Baby Spinach

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Posted: 11 Mar 2011, 14:55
Mine change every couple of months, but lately I have been really into what I call "bowl" meals...

soy milk
almond milk
canned no sugar added fruit (peaches, pineapples, pears)
cherry tomatoes
beans, all types
brown rice
cous cous
lara bars (my newest addiction... so good!)
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Posted: 11 Mar 2011, 14:55
I almost forgot a couple other staples

peanut butter
whole grain bread
flax seeds
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Posted: 11 Mar 2011, 15:44
1% Fat Milk
Egg White
GOLEAN Crunch!
Minced Garlic
Honey Nut Cheerios
Red Tomatoes
Real Bacon Bits

Truth be told, I haven't had Honey Nut Cheerios in about a month and a half. This may not be 100% accurate because I've been entering recipes into the cookbook and putting in full meals.
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Posted: 11 Mar 2011, 15:55
Never saw that before ... good stuff!

Here are mine:

100% Whey Protein Gold Standard
LiveActive for Digestive Health Lowfat Cottage Cheese
Baby Spinach
Cantaloupe Melons
Chicken Breast
Blue Cheese Crumbles
Publix Carrots
Cabernet Sauvignon Wine

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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 08:26
Been on here for two years and I don't remember ever entering coffee (negligible cals and nutrient content) but I guess I used to.

Here are mine:
-olive oil
-half & half (every day in my coffee.)
-Jackie's Vegetable Soup (mix of broc, carrots, spinach or kale, coconut milk, cilantro, ginger, garlic, hot pepper flakes and sometimes garam masala--I ate it for breakfast/snacks/lived on it for much of last year: LOVE IT. So yummy, satisfying easy and healthy.)
-sweet bell pepper
-baby spinach*
-coconut water*
-yogurt (full fat cream-top, grass-fed, plain, unsweetened)

*All in the "green smoothie" I apparently ate a ton of last year.

Kinda shocked there is no chocolate on this list! And if I always entered wine under the same entry it would DEFINITELY be up there. But I'm glad to see these are all whole foods. Nothing processed. Go me.
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Posted: 12 Mar 2011, 08:37
chicken sausage
red wine vinegar
red pepper
chicken breast
sour cream

I thought for sure heavy cream would be number one... Smile
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Posted: 13 Mar 2011, 12:07
1. Turkey Bacon
2. Egg Beaters
3. Low fat Cottage cheese with Mango)
4. Tons of Water (or should I say Gallons?)
5. Salads, roughage
6. Flat out flat bread for wraps
7. lo carb whole grain tortillas
8. Chicken breast
9. Turkey Breast
10 Bananas
11. Apples and other fruits
12. any kind of steamed veggie.
13. Black coffee.
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