scottiecla

Start Weight:(16 Nov 10) 175.0 lb
Current Weight:(23 May 14) 181.4 lb
Goal Weight:125.0 lb
following: Calorie Count
performance: losing 0.2 lb a week

FatSecret member since: 23 Dec 09

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scottiecla's Cookbook

cals: 169kcal | fat: 5.77g | carbs: 0.82g | prot: 26.68g
Parmesan Crusted Chicken Tenders
Sensational low carb chicken dish.
cals: 165kcal | fat: 14.07g | carbs: 5.90g | prot: 6.62g
Flaxmeal Bread
Low carb bread made with flaxseed meal.
cals: 76kcal | fat: 2.33g | carbs: 4.21g | prot: 10.13g
Spinach Pie
An excellent, addictive spinach pie that's sure to please everyone.
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Exercise Entry
I'm not sure how they don't add up... that is FS's estimate of the total calories expended in a 24 hour period, not just your exercise specifically. It includes sleeping and resting as well as exercise.

Are you saying that the number at the top is not equal to the sum of all your activities?
posted 25 Sep 2012, 06:40
exercise
I fill up 5 water bottles and set them on my desk, putting a different flavor in each one. I keep a straw in the water and sip on it without thinking too much about it.

When I have to go to the bathroom (which is often!) I go to the furthest away bathroom in the building (up 4 flights of stairs) and take the stairs back down as well.

5-6 stair climbs a day really gives a workout.
posted 24 Sep 2012, 07:56
diet coke
Wondering about this, I did some research. There is no conclusive evidence that Diet Coke has any affect on your diet, unless you think (as some researchers assume) that drinking Diet Coke cancels any other calories you are eating.

(I think that is a ridiculous assumption and there is no research to back up the idea that people think diet drinks mean they can eat whatever they want. There's not even a survey to go on- it's pure guesstimation that fat people must be that stupid.)

One of the articles is even written by a woman who says you should stop drinking diet sodas because "they may be bad" but admits on her own blog that she drinks them daily.

If drinking a diet soda causes you to crave sweets, you should definitely find a way to stop drinking them.

I know for me, they are the one sweet thing I look forward to in my restrictive diet and they satisfy the need for something that "feels" indulgent. Drinking a diet coke does not make me crave a chocolate bar. I don't feel "fooled" into wanting more food by drinking one.

If they work for you, drink 'em! If you believe diet sodas are causing problems for you, stop drinking them.
posted 24 Sep 2012, 07:30
Sick of String Cheese!?!?!?!
Love the mini Babybells. I get the light version. I also like the Laughing Cow light wedges with whole wheat crackers.
posted 11 Nov 2010, 07:54
Green Line!!!!
Congratulations! That's really awesome.
posted 11 Nov 2010, 07:43
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23 May 2014

Must refocus and get serious. Low carb, high protein diet for the upcoming week!
on diet Calorie Count  losing 0.2 lb a week

02 May 2014

Week 1, biggest loser
on diet Calorie Count  losing 4.0 lb a week

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